On House Matters this week, Government signs new bilateral security agreement with the United States, public hospital patients to access diagnostic radiology services at private facilities and bill tabled to formalize merger of Heart Trust and other agencies. Listen to learn all about the details
On House Matters this week, Government to place 2 billion dollars in contingency fund to help the country recover from natural disasters, Jamaica to access grants for climate change projects and Lower House in full support of public procurement order.
On House Matters this week: Business hours to be relaxed in St Andrew South police division, House approves three month extension of tri parish state of public emergency and Debate begins to amend the proceeds of crime act.
On House Matters this week: Health and Wellness Ministry activates vector response centre amidst increasing dengue cases, Agriculture Ministry puts banana farmers on high alert and first supplementary estimates approved.
On House Matters this week: State of Emergency in St Andrew South extended, 215 roads repaired as a result of heavy rains and Justice Minister tables report following review of the sexual offences act.
The Ministry of Transport and Mining will be introducing new security features on the drivers licence to eliminate fraud. Speaking in the House of Representatives on Tuesday, Transport and Mining Minister Robert Montague said changes are being made to the road traffic act to facilitate the introduction of new security features.
Absorbing PCJ into energy ministry will make operations more efficient, States of Emergency in St Catherine and Clarendon extended by 21 days and Education minister issues statement on the collection of finger prints by schools.
Prime Minister leads tributes to former Member of Parliament Dr Ken Baugh, No reports of Jamaican deaths in the Bahamas and ALPART Alumina refinery set for expansion works.
Elimination of the school shift system; full roll out of school furniture repair programme and School Feeding Programme enhanced.
Reggae music of Jamaica gains recognition from UNESCO; Economic Opportunities Workshop for cultural industry stakeholders and SOE in Western Jamaica extended.
On House Matters this week: New projects to be administered by Jamaica Social Investment Fund; Reactivation of Vernam Field Aerodrome Report Card and SOE in South St. Andrew extended.
Funding set aside for farmers affected by drought; digitization of records underway at labour and social security ministry and labour ministry steps in to address working conditions of security guards.
100 percent placement in 7 year high schools; Petrojam Strategic Review recommendations; and Jamaica Energy Council re-established.
On House Matters this week: Attorney General centralizes Public Sector legal services; major milestones reached in institutional strengthening and Tourism Minister closes debate on Tourism Worker’s Pension Bill.
On House Matters this week: Financing for Farmers; build out and repair of farm roads and income tax threshold increased.
On House Matters this week: Audit Report on the Auditor General’s Department tabled; ZOSOs extended and a Veteran Parliamentarian is remembered.
On House Matters this week: New Mining School in operation; Desilting programme for Hermitage Dam; and employment prospects up in cruise and maritime industry.
Produce markets being revamped; Smart Street light Programme to be completed by 2021 and the country says farewell to veteran Parliamentarian and former Prime Minister Edward Seaga.
On House Matters this week: Court facilities upgraded; Amendments proposed for Criminal Records Act; and Government ramps up drought relief efforts.
New solar energy plant commissioned; Urban Traffic Management System for Kingston Metropolitan Area; and Scientific Research Council intensifies science popularization thrust.