Jamaica welcomes Kenyan delegation for three-day state visit, Prime Minister launches electronic business registration form and leads celebration of Jamaica’s 57th anniversary of Independence.
Prime Minister attends National Emancipation and Independence Thanksgiving Service as well as Armed Forces Day Parade. He also calls on Jamaicans to unite “under God as one Nation, One People”.
Prime Minister tours Corporate Area road works and HOPE projects, hands over new Spanish Ridge housing development and commends new UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson.
On today’s edition of Jamaica House Weekly, State of Emergency in St. Andrew South extended, Prime Minister endorses USAID support for Disaster Finance Recovery Initiative; and visits students at Liberty Academy.
On today’s edition of Jamaica House Weekly, Prime Minister declares state of emergency in St Andrew South, mourns the passing of Ambassador Elinor Felix and sees Reggae Girls off to Netball World Cup in Liverpool.
On today’s edition of Jamaica House Weekly, Prime Minister Holness returns from the Cayman Islands in time to attend the 40th CARICOM heads Meeting in St Lucia.
On today’s edition of Jamaica House Weekly: Prime Minister Andrew Holness bids final farewell to Edward Seaga, breaks ground for the new Morant Bay Urban Centre and awards 40 stalwarts in the education sector.
On today’s edition of Jamaica House Weekly, Prime Minister Holness pays tribute to former Prime Minister Edward Seaga; opens the 8th Biennial Diaspora Conference and appoints new ambassador for Investment and Philanthropy.
On today’s edition of Jamaica House Weekly, Prime Minister Holness attends ILO centenary conference in Switzerland and celebrates World Day against Child Labour.
On today’s edition of Jamaica House Weekly, Prime Minister Holness tours Cockpit Country, Opens R Hotel and takes time out to read to children in St Andrew.
Prime Minister Holness meets with National Security Council, opens new facilities for Grace and Seprod; and breaks ground for housing solutions in Clarendon.
Prime Minister participates in Labour Day Project, Gives update on Meteorological and Rainfall Conditions; and attends 18th Caribbean Shipping Executives Conference.
Water tanks distribution drive, Government to ramp up raw water storage and NWC replace pipelines on Spanish Town Road.
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.