Prime Minister attends 43rd National Leadership Prayer Breakfast, pays tribute to former Commissioner of Police Lucius Thomas and presents Diamond Jubilee Awards to men and women of excellence.
Prime Minister announces new States of Public Emergency, reopens Chapelton Community Hospital and meets with security stakeholders in United States.
Prime Minister participates in Black Caucus State Legislators Award in Las Vegas, calls for more investments in the island and hands over new garbage trucks to NSWMA.
BOJ projecting further growth this fiscal year, spurred by Tourism.
Prime Minister celebrates civil servants, provides gun amnesty update and pays tribute to late businessman Dr. Marshall McGowan Hall.
Prime Minister declares States of Emergency across several parishes, discusses restructuring one of the island’s Zone of Special Operation (ZOSO) and leads rejection of calls for a ticket amnesty.
Prime Minister says there are no plans to close or sell Vale Royal, breaks ground for Howard Apartments Housing Development in St. Andrew and hands over more homes under New Social Housing Programme.
Prime Minister shares road damage bill from Tropical Storm Ian, announces increase in funds for Christmas mitigation works and says farewell to second cohort of Jamaica House Fellows.
Prime Minister signs contract for road works in St. James, opens new fire station in St. Thomas and leads landmarking of Jamaica’s first STEAM Academy.
Prime Minister lays wreath at shrine of Jamaica’s first Prime Minister, encourages citizens to be motivated by the legacy of our Heroes and congratulates recipients of National Honours and Awards.
Prime Minister orders investigation into lands scams across the island, first NIDS enrollment centre handed over last week and Information Minister defends Broadcasting Commission’s content ban
Prime Minister Andrew Holness shares preliminary assessment of damage caused by Tropical Storm Ian, hands over water trucks and tours infrastructure works at the National Water Commission.
On today’s edition of Jamaica House Weekly: Prime Minister attends state funeral of the late Queen Elizabeth II and represents Jamaica’s interests at the 77th Session of the United Nations General Assembly.
Prime Minister Holness leaves the island for international engagements, welcomes newest batch of Police officers and signs condolence book to honour late Queen.
Jamaica to observe official period of mourning following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
And later, Prime Minister opens new training and vocational institute in Manchester.
Prime Minister participates in diamond jubilee celebrations in Trinidad and Tobago, breaks ground for housing development in West Kingston and sends sympathies to people of Pakistan, as well as family and friends of broadcaster Francois St. Juste.
Prime Minister breaks ground for Kiln 5-expansion project at Carib Cement and redevelopment of Maverley Park, hands over more homes and awards PEP achievers.
Prime Minister lays wreath at shine of first National Hero, hands over several homes in St. Ann, and is represented by Senator Matthew Samuda at CARICOM Heads of Government meeting.
Prime Minister calls for political consensus on violence prevention, gets phone call from US Vice President and hands over house to family of Delano Tucker.
On today’s show, the Prime Minister mourns with family of Kemesha Wright; opens Kingston Logistics Park and hands over new social housing unit.