On today’s programme, 7th Diaspora Conference launched; development of Falmouth, Trelawny to be prioritized, and trust fund established for survivors of Coral Gardens incident.
On today’s programme, Prime Minister receives CARICOM Review Report; public sector early retirement programme introduced; and Corporate area to become drought resilient.
On today’s programme, Prime Minister tables new anti-crime bill; pledges to apologize for two incidents of state inflicted violence; and Government to support castor bean production project.
On today’s programme, ground broken for serviced lots in Westmoreland, Prime Minister hails former Executive Director of the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission; and National Housing Trust committed to executing mandate.
On today’s programme, first batch of Jamaica House Fellowship awardees unveiled, MoU signed for creation of Government complex; and Jamaica to step up use of public private partnerships.
On today’s programme, Jamaica receives new maritime surveillance vessels; Housing solutions to be built in St. Catherine and St. James; and Government finalising Protected Areas Policy.
On today’s programme, Government committed to amicable public sector pension reform negotiations; Prime Minister officially opens Royal DeCameron Cornwall Beach resort and Government moving to develop national water supply policy.
On today’s programme, ground broken for business process outsourcing facility in Portmore, Jamaica on track to meet IMF targets; and National Water Commission to address non-revenue water challenges.
On today’s programme, Prime Minister outlines measures to tackle violence against women and children; national policy on emissions to be drafted; and inner city communities urged to take a stand against crime and violence.
On today’s programme, House of Representatives passes Integrity Commission Act; Academics urged to assist growth agenda; and Prime Minister to monitor merger of Heart Trust NTA, National Youth Service and Jamaican Foundation for Lifelong Learning.
On today’s programme, Jamaicans urged to make road safety a priority; Jamaican and Singaporean governments to partner on special economic zone; and
On today’s programme, Prime Minister lauds J Wray and Nephew; attends 37th National Leadership Prayer Breakfast; and addresses salary uniformity in the public sector.
On today’s programme, Jamaica and Israel to pursue cooperation agreements; Prime Minister moves to reassure public sector workers ahead of transformation plans; and traffic management in Montego Bay to be improved
On today’s programme, Prime Minister Appoints Public Sector Transformation and Implementation Team, outlines new security measures to tackle crime; and work to begin on Dragon Bay Hotel in Portland.
On today’s programme, public urged to maintain peace during festive season; Commercial banks called on to lend more to MSMEs; and health tourism sector poised for growth.
On today’s programme, Caribbean Terrace residents to receive new homes; Housing Agency of Jamaica to be restructured; and Government lauds Tortuga International Holdings.
On today’s programme Government undertaking sewerage repair programme; Seven Business Process Outsourcing companies to come on stream in short order; and Prime Minister meets with members of the Opposition.
On today’s programme, Prime Minister signs Partnership for Prosperous Jamaica, and hails I Am Bolt film; and announces implementation period for LEGS programme.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness paying tribute to former President of Cuba, Fidel Castro, Prime Minister Andrew Holness received a telephone call from Vice President-Elect of the United States of America, Governor Mike Pence.
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.