Prime Minister Andrew Holness spent all of last week in the city of Marrakech in Morocco, as he participated in the 22nd Session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 22) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
On today’s programme, Prime Minister congratulates president elect of the United States Donald Trump; appoints National Security Advisor; and welcomes the establishment of new ship repair company German Ship Repair Jamaica.
On today’s programme, Jamaica joins Global Partnership to End Violence against Children; Youth Advisory Council launched; and Government affirms commitment to human rights protection.
On today’s programme, Prime Minister Names Enterprise team for solid waste management; lauds IDB for Helping to Create Investor-Friendly Business Environment; and Attends High level Caribbean Forum in Trinidad and Tobago.
Prime Minister wants region to be less dependent on oil; OUR commended for its work in protecting the rights of consumers; and late President and CEO of Supreme Ventures Limited, Brian George, hailed as a believer in Jamaica.
On today’s programme, Peter Tosh Museum officially opened; waste to energy solution being developed, and Prime Minister lobbies for stricter quality assurance standards for agriculture.
On today’s programme Government reaches agreement on successor programme with International Monetary Fund (IMF); new initiatives coming to mortgage market; and National Identification System to be rolled out in January 2018.
The government was not willing to leave anything to chance as it prepared the country to withstand the possible impact of Hurricane Matthew. And Prime Minister Andrew Holness leads conservation efforts on National Tree Planting Day
On today’s programme, Public urged to prepare for Hurricane Matthew; Coast Guard to set up post in Montego Bay
On this week’s programme, Prime Minister attends United Nations 71st General Assembly; addresses Jamaican Diaspora in New York; and Jamaica signs International Labour Organisation, ILO Domestic Worker’s Convention.
On today’s programme Cabinet grants spectrum license to Symbiote Investments Limited; steps being taken to address concerns over Factories Corporation of Jamaica; and Right to Know Week to be observed later this month.
On today’s programme, Crime plan to be developed for Jamaica; Prime Minister urges parents to avoid use of corporal punishment; and outlines plans to visit all Ministries in the near future.
On today’s programme, Jamaica House Fellowship programme begins selection process; seven Business Process Outsourcing projects to come on stream; and Planning Institute of Jamaica projects growth for July to September quarter.
On today’s programme, Prime Minister breaks ground for new Business Process Outsourcing facility; reaffirms Government’s commitment to universal access to secondary education; and new LAMP Administration Committees to be established.
On today’s programme, Prime Minister pays tribute to Olympic athletes; more tourists expected to visit Jamaica following Olympics; and Government awaits report from Economic Growth Council on growth inducing projects
On today’s programme, Prime Minister visits Olympic athletes in Brazil; arranges meetings with stakeholders in sale of Alpart bauxite plant; and urges citizens to protect the nation’s children.
On this week’s programme, Prime Minister to visit Trinidad and Tobago; motorists urged to exercise caution; and Jamaica to expand trade relations with Trinidad and Tobago
On today’s programme, Prime Minister keeping close watch on investigations into the murder of three year old St. Ann girl; NHT to be reviewed; and Prime Minister opens Empowerment Park.
On today’s programme, Prime Minister attends CARICOM Heads of Government Meeting in Guyana; and expresses condolences on the passing of former Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Patrick Manning.
On today’s programme, Jamaica to remain in CARICOM; Prime Minister requests staging of National Disaster Simulation exercise; and over 800 billion dollars in investment projects in the pipeline for Jamaica.