On this week’s House Matters, verification process for the BEST Cash programme to get started, Finance minister gives update on distribution of compassionate grants and persons collecting compassionate grants through remittance companies have until June 30 to collect funds.
House Matters is a 5 minute feature sharng highlights of the happening in the Houses of Parliament. On this week’s edition, Education Ministry signs agreement with REDI TV, Sandals to provide COVID grants to members of parliament and Telecom companies to offer special education packages to teachers. Press play to get the details.
On House Matters this week; Health Ministry to comply with Police High Command investigation into death of Jodian Fearon, draft of new National Identification System policy approved, and results of CARE programme has been distributed.
On this week’s House Matters: Tourism Minister tables pension regulations, Government make changes to the registration of titles act and the functions of the national land agency has been expanded.
On this week’s House matters, anti-price gouging order passed, Senate passes MOCA code of conduct regulations and Prime Minister tables exemptions to islandwide curfew order.
Minister of Finance and the Public Service Dr Nigel Clarke opens the 2020/2021 budget debate. Press play to hear the highlights of his presentation on this edition of house matters.
On House Matters this week: Finance Minister tables estimates of expenditure for the 2020/2021 fiscal year; we’ll also bring you highlights of the throne speech delivered by the Governor General.
On House Matters this week, Mount Salem and Denham Town zones of special operations extended, second supplementary estimates approved and members pay tribute to Rudyard Spencer.
On this special edition of House Matters, We present highlights of the 2019 Parliamentary year.
On House Matters this week: Zones of Special operations in Denham Town and Mount Salem extended; Noise Abatement Act amended and State of Public Emergency extended.
On House Matters this week: New sexual harassment policy for Edna Manley College in 2020, State of Public Emergency Extension resolution tabled, and Terrorism prevention resolution tabled.
On House Matters this week: ICT infrastructure works to begin under National Identification System (NIDS), new patents and designs act tabled, and two initiatives launched in support of victims of gender based violence in the disabled community. Listen to House Matters to find out what’s happening in the Houses of Parliament.
On House Matters this week: Government launches national plan of action to end violence against children, lower house passes heart trust act and Prime Minister says JISCO working hard to reopen ALPART.
On House Matters this week: Several libraries to be upgraded, stiffer penalties recommended for perpetrators of gender based violence, and proceeds of crime act regulations approved. Listen to House Matters to get the details
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.