Ground broken for serviced lots in Jacksonville, Clarendon; Government taking steps to retain nurses in public sector; and Accountant General’s Department urging Pensioners to submit banking information forms by Monday, September 17.
Work to begin shortly on Morant Bay to Port Antonio highway project; Tourism Ministry confirms 9 of 13 board members for Global Centre for Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management; and sewage treatment plant in Monymusk Housing Scheme to be upgraded.
New High Dependency Units to be built at Bustamante, Cornwall Regional and Victoria Jubilee Hospitals, UWI opens Engineering faculty and Former Cabinet Minister, Easton Douglas, to be accorded State funeral.
Government appeals for patience with ongoing infrastructure development works, Health Ministry to expand compassionate care programme and measures to be implemented to alleviate traffic congestion in the corporate area.
Jamaica to host inaugural Tourism Resilience Summit on Thursday; National Youth in Agriculture Policy to be submitted to Cabinet, and Cornwall Regional Hospital to benefit from upcoming International Marlin Tournament.
169 new recruits added to the Jamaica Constabulary Force, Social Security Ministry resolving overseas pension payment challenges; and inspection bodies urged to utilize JANAAC’s free Pre-assessment offer.