To promote literacy and reading among the nation’s children, Prime Minister, Portia Simpson Miller, on Tuesday, May 5 participated in Read Across Jamaica Day activities at the Jamaica House Basic School, in St. Andrew.
On Thursday, April 30, Prime Minister, Portia Simpson Miller attended the official launch of the third United Nations Global Road Safety Week 2015, at Appliance Traders Limited (ATL) Autohaus, in Kingston.
The Kingston to May Pen leg of Highway 2000 was on April 17 renamed the P.J. Patterson Highway, in honour of Jamaica’s sixth Prime Minister, who was instrumental in the corridor’s development.
Prime Minister, Portia Simpson Miller is urging residents of the Monymusk Housing Scheme and surrounding communities of Hayes, Clarendon to work with the Police by telling what they know about last Wednesday’s murder of three teenaged boys and a man in the area.
Country still on a high from historic visit of United States President, Barak Obama and Prime Minister Simpson Miller leads Jamaica’s delegation to the Summit of the Americas in Panama.
Prime Minister addresses first ever Inter-American Congress on the Environmental Rule of Law; City and Guilds of London Institute gets high praises; and Government announces plans to privatize the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PETCOM).
Prime Minister Simpson Miller unveils memorial honoring Victims of Slavery and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade; meets with the Jamaican community in New York, and promises stiffer penalties for those who murder children.
President Obama to visit Jamaica next month; Prime Minister Simpson Miller commends stakeholder groups for efforts to contain fire at Riverton disposal site; and ground broken for the renovation of the running track at GC Foster College of Physical Education and Sports.
Prime Minister invites investment in non-traditional sectors; Information Minister attends 59th Meeting of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women; and Sports Minister breaks ground for new sports field at Bog Walk High School.
Prime Minister encourages Jamaicans to invest in nutraceutical industry; urges parents and guardians to safeguard the nation’s children; and Sports Minister hails Jamaica Table Tennis Association.
Prime Minister Simpson Miller attends 26th Inter-Sessional Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of CARICOM, and extends congratulations to cricketers Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels after their world cup exploits.
Government outlines plans for economic and social development in 2015; Prime Minister lauds Diaspora groups; and keys handed over to new homeowners in Hellshire, St. Catherine
Prime Minister calls for greater partnership among nation states to advance sustainable development; Jamaica to expand diplomatic influence in new territories, and citizens urged to participate in non-traditional sports.
Prime Minister Simpson Miller acknowledges the 70th anniversary of the birth of reggae icon Bob Marley; Government to assist sports associations wishing to rent sports venues; and plans are outlined for increasing access to digital technology.
On this week’s programme, Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller addresses Caribbean Energy Summit and Congressional Black Caucus in Washington D.C; and Sports Minister addresses JADCO Symposium.
On this week’s programme, Prime Minister Simpson Miller encourages support for the Caribbean Court of Justice, Jamaica Social Investment Fund Launches its Integrated Community Development Project, and Holmwood Technical High School to benefit under the High School Sports Infrastructure Improvement Project.
Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller is challenging members of the private sector to help spur economic growth by expanding their operations.
Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller on Thursday sent condolences to the people of France, after the European nation suffered its worst terrorist attack in recent history.
Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller in her New Year’s message urged Jamaicans far and wide to reflect on the achievements and successes made as a country in 2014. These, she said, will be the platform from which further growth and development will emerge in 2015.
Earlier this week United States President Barack Obama announced that his country would be taking steps to re-establish diplomatic ties with Cuba, easing over 50 years of political tension between both countries.