J.H.W. Nov 3-7

Jamaica’s ability to deliver service in the areas of justice, environment, climate change and public financial management, have been significantly boosted.This through a 46 million Euro grant from the European Union, EU

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JHW Oct 27 -31

The Government will be placing renewed emphasis on science, technology and innovation, including a focus on the development of nutraceuticals from Jamaican plants

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JWH October 21-24

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller broke ground last week for the construction of a Total Logistics Facility, at the Kingston Wharves.

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The Government and the Plans For Ebola Virus

The Government is implementing a National Action Plan to effectively address the Ebola virus, and to deal with the disease, in the event it spreads to Jamaica.

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October 6-10

500 million has been allocated towards the national health emergency response to the current Chikungunya outbreak.

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JHW Sept 29 – Oct 3

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller convened a special meeting at Jamaica House to review the Health Ministry’s preparedness mechanisms for the Ebola virus disease.

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JHW September 15-19

The communities of Barry and Springvale, in St. Catherine, now have electricity, following the commissioning of light for the area by Prime Minister, Portia Simpson Miller.

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J.H.W. September 8-12

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller, several members of her cabinet and former Prime Minister PJ Patterson were at the Norman Manley International Airport last Wednesday, September 10 for the arrival of the body of late Agriculture Minister, Roger Clarke

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J.H.W. September 1-5

The Government will accord an official funeral to the late Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries and Member of Parliament for Central Westmoreland, Roger Clarke.

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J.H.W. August 25-29

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller, speaking on the passing of Agriculture Minister, Roger Clarke.

 

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J.H.W. July 28- August 1

Last week Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller met with the Prime Minister of Japan His Excellency Shinzo Abe for bilateral talks in Trinidad and Tobago.

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JHW July 21-25

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller At the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the International Seabed Authority, ISA at the Jamaica Conference Centre, downtown Kingston last week.

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J.H.W. July 14-18

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller has expressed sadness at the passing of former governor General , Sir Howard Cooke.

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J.H.W. July 7-11

Former Member of Parliament, Councillor, and Custos of Westmoreland, James Thompson, was laid to rest on the grounds of the Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Grange Hill, Westmoreland last week.

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J.W.H. June 30 To July 4

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller led a delegation to St. Johns, Antigua and Barbuda. This to attend the 35th Regular Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of CARICOM, July 1-4.

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J.H.W June 23-27

Managing Director, IMF makes three day visit to Jamaica, OPM takes steps to prevent match fixing and temporary location identified for sports museum.

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J.H.W. June 16-20

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller chaired the annual National Disaster Committee meeting at Jamaica House.

 

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J.H.W. June 9-13

Forty of the nation’s distinguished teachers were recognized by Prime Minister, Portia Simpson Miller for their outstanding contribution to the development of Jamaica in the field of Education last week.

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J.H.W. June 2-6

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller is urging Jamaicans to show respect for male household workers, even as the country steps up gender equality advocacy efforts.

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J.H.W. May 26 – 30

Prime Minster Portia Simpson Miller made the disclosure during her keynote address at the Jamaica Civil Service Association’s 95th Annual General Meeting, at the Jamaica Conference Centre last week.

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