Prime Minister urges greater care on nation’s roads; commits to greater protection of workers; and calls on communities to renovate open spaces and parks for Labour Day.
State of Public Emergency has declared in Western Parishes and multilateral funding received to support key Social Safety Net Programmes.
Chinese firm to build Naggo Head Technology Park and Morant Bay Urban Centre; Prime Minister addresses at Jamaica Chamber of Commerce in Atlanta; and breaks ground for Silver Sun Estate housing development in St. Catherine.
Additional Zones of Special Operations to be rolled out; Prime Minister reaffirms commitment to eliminate unnecessary bureaucracy in Government; and bids farewell to former West Indies Cricket Board president, Pat Rousseau.
Wigton Windfarm launches Initial Public Offer; St. Catherine High School boasts renovated science lab; and Prime Minister Andrew Holness breaks ground at Perth Estate in Mandeville.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness urges greater care on our roads; Green Climate Fund makes 582,000 US dollar investment to counter climate change; and Animation…a means of preserving Jamaica’s culture.
In Jamaica House Weekly this week: Construction of new parliament building to begin 2021; Prime Minister meets executive leadership of Education Ministry, and pays tribute to late radio and television broadcaster Dorraine Samuels.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness meets with US President; OPM assumes oversight responsibility for Education Ministry; and new governance systems established for Petrojam.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness commits to gender equality as a priority for the government; salutes all women for their efforts in building Jamaica and announces plans to make significant infrastructural improvements to the historic old capital of Spanish Town.
On today’s programme, Prime Minister meets with National Security Council, Celebrates International Women’s Day and Attends Seventh Day Adventist Church Fundraising Banquet.
On today’s programme, Prime Minister attends 30th Intersessional Meeting of the CARICOM Heads of Government in St. Kitts and Nevis. And, Estonia hailed as a model digital society.
Prime Minister opens debate on a bill for compulsory acquisition of 49 percent shares in PetroJam, new Ashenheim Stadium opens at Jamaica College and ground broken for work to begin on Closed Harbour Beach in Montego Bay.
Prime Minister and other Parliamentarians attend the ceremonial opening of parliament, Fayval Williams named new Energy Minister and Bill tabled for full acquisition of Petrojam shares.
Prime Minister meets with agencies directly within his portfolio, announces extension of the Zones of Special Operations and breaks ground for new Hotel in Trelawny.
Prime Minister meets with National Security Council, tours Kingston Freeport Terminal, attends official openings of both the new S Hotel and the Global Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management Centre.
Prime Minister meets with Leader of the opposition on security matters; social housing component of HOPE programme to be implemented this year; and members of the National Violence commission to be named shortly.
In Jamaica House Weekly, Prime Minister pays tribute to former National Security Minister Dwight Nelson, meets with Churches to discuss States of Public Emergency and; calls on Jamaicans to reinforce the values of a peaceful society.
Reggae girls feted; Gordon Butch Stewart lauded and meeting requested with Opposition Leader on States of Public emergency.
Prime Minister addressed issues stemming from Auditor General’s report on Petrojam; announced plans to improve lockups and secured extensions for the Mount Salem and Denham Town Zones of Special operations.
Prime Minister responds to Auditor General’s report on Petrojam and the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica; hosts Christmas treat for the elderly; and chairs 18th special meeting of the Conference of CARICOM Heads of Government.