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JHW May 23-27

The Prime Minister made his contribution to the 2016/2017 Budget Debate in the House of Representatives.

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JHW May 16-20

On today’s edition, Prime Minister Andrew Holness urges CDB to give priority to Debt Management; Gov’t and World Bank to collaborate on better financing for SME’s; and Logistics hub master plan being developed.

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JHW May 9-13

On today’s programme, 11.2 billion dollars allocated for projects under the new Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation; personal income tax threshold increased to 1.5 million dollars; and team to investigate recent incident at Royalton Resort expanded.

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JWH May 2-6

On today’s edition, Workers’ Week 2016 launched; Prime Minister concludes successful Energy Summit in Washington DC; and Government to assist family of slain police woman, stay with us for the details.

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JHW April 25-29

On today’s programme, Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Review Commission to be appointed, Economic Growth Council launched, and Government addressing recent flood damage in Portland.

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JHW April 18-22

On today’s programme, National Identification System on track, Prime Minister sends condolences to people of Ecuador and Japan, and Jamaica House Fellowship announced.

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JHW April 11-14

On today’s programme, Prime Minister interviewed for Harvard Law Review; addresses town hall meeting in Montego Bay; and Everald Warmington sworn is as State Minister.

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JHW April 4-8

Prime Minister Andrew Holness was the subject of an interview by internationally acclaimed news agency the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

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JHW March 29-April 1

Prime Minister Andrew Holness announced on Friday that the incentives for companies enlisting on the Junior Stock Market will be maintained. Mr. Holness says the move is in keeping with his administration’s objective of encouraging entrepreneurship, and generating opportunities for private investment.

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JHW March 21-25

Prime Minister, Andrew Holness announced a 25 per cent reduction in the toll rates for the North-South leg of Highway 2000.

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JHW March 14-18

Prime Minister Andrew Holness has urged members of the Cabinet to always be driven by the public’s interest and to consistently have Jamaica’s most vulnerable in mind when making policy decisions.

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JHW March 7-11

It was a full week of activities for newly-elected Prime Minister Andrew Holness Just a week after being sworn in as Prime Minister Mr. Holness was in the House of Representatives for the opening of the new Parliament and swearing-in ceremony.

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JHW February 15-19

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller has congratulated the West Indies U-19 cricket team on their historic victory in the ICC Cricket World Cup.

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JHW Feb 8-12

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller has pledged her commitment to adhering to the Political Code of Conduct, which she, along with several nominated candidates, signed on Thursday, February 11.

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JHW February 1-5

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller last Thursday participated in the symbolic opening of the Angels to Linstead section of the North-South Highway.

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JHW January 11-15

On today’s programme, Prime Minister Simpson Miller commissions new JDF unit; Earthquake memorial unveiled in Greenwich Town; and state-of-the-art Infant School opens in South West St. Andrew.

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JHW Jan 4-Jan 8

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller says the assets of the National Insurance Fund, NIF, continues to experience significant growth, now standing at a total of 77 billion dollars.

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JHW Dec 28 – Jan 1

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller says there are encouraging indications that 2016 will be a year of continued positive transformation for Jamaica.

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JHW December 14-18

Prime Minister, Portia Simpson Miller, says the Government has taken steps to ensure the tragedy which occurred at the Armadale juvenile Correctional centre for Girls in 2009 is never repeated at any such facility in Jamaica.

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