Advertisement

Evening News for January 3 2020

ODPEM to launch public Education Campaign on Disaster Risk Management act this year; BOJ issues almost 3 billion in currency for the last week in December; and Marlie Mount Primary to be taken off shift system

Listen

Radio Programmes

Midday News January 3 2020

Over 700 million spent on infirmaries: ODPEM urges public to comply with evacuation orders; and Agriculture Ministry says local Romaine lettuce safe for consumption

Listen

Radio Programmes

Evening News December 31 2019

National Solid Waste Management Authority to acquire 100 new trucks in 2020, Government to utilize lands at the Bustamante Children’s Hospital and Special permits needed for fireworks.

Listen

Radio Programmes

Evening News December 30 2019

Prime Minister says aviation upgrades to have a positive impact on the economy; Government to speed up farm road rehabilitation programme; and 18 bed hostel to be constructed at the Bustamante Hospital for Children.

Listen

Radio Programmes

Midday News December 30 2019

Bank of Jamaica intervention in foreign exchange market working for small businesses, increased revenue expected from aviation and water disruptions in Westmoreland and St Elizabeth to be resolved today.

Listen

Radio Programmes

Midday News December 31 2019

Ban on the local manufacture and distribution of polystyrene to come in effect tomorrow; NSWMA to launch composting campaign; and 200 MSME operators to be trained in business continuity planning.

Listen

Radio Programmes

Sunday News Recap December 29 2019

Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Senator Pearnel Charles Jr. says the Ministry will be partnering with the Ministry of Local Government and Community Development and other relevant stakeholders to develop a drought management committee. He says the committee will be a sub-committee of the integrated water resource management council and will be used to develop a strategy to prepare for future drought conditions.

Listen

Radio Programmes

Saturday News Recap December 28 2019

The temporary extension for party lock offs during the Christmas period may go longer than initially planned. Minister of Local Government and Community Development, Desmond McKenzie, says the Government is reviewing the short-term measure and will take a decision in the coming weeks. In the meantime, he is calling on party-goers and promotors to honor the terms of the extension efforts made by the Government. Under the temporary adjustment, the government extended event activities to 2:00 a.m. during the week and 4:00 a.m. on weekends.

Listen

Radio Programmes

Evening News December 27 2019

Prime Minister donates one million dollars to Bustamante Children’s Hospital; Party goers reminded to abide by road code; and Public urged not to consume food items that have come in contact with rats.

Listen

Radio Programmes

Midday News December 27 2019

Fire safety infrastructure to be improved, Tax Administration Jamaica introducing mandatory e-filing of income tax returns; and Bank of Jamaica reports 11.2 percent increase in currency circulation.

Listen

Radio Programmes

Evening News December 24 2019

Jamaica Fire Brigade and JCF join calls for holiday vigilance, more water shops to be built and Local Government Minister commends work of the NSWMA.

Listen

Radio Programmes

Midday News December 24 2019

Ministries of Economic Growth and Local Government partnering on drought mitigation strategy; NSWMA adds 50 tipper trucks to Christmas fleet; and parents urged to vigilant this holiday season.

Listen

Radio Programmes

Evening News December 23 2019

Nursery in St Thomas Women’s Centre to be named in honor of Miss World 2019, Jamaicans urged to utilize tyre retreading company and Government announces activities for rural water supply for 2020.

Listen

Radio Programmes

Midday News December 23 2019

Public urged to buy from reputable e-commerce platforms, Government mulls extension of new noise abatement cut off times; and Police offering free cash escort services.

Listen

Radio Programmes

Saturday News Recap December 21 2019

The upgraded Kingston Air Traffic Control Centre at the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority headquarters in St. Andrew has been officially reopened. The multimillion dollar upgrading project, included the installation of a new voice communication control system, system-wide air traffic management automation surveillance system, and a new global positioning system, GPS. Prime Minister Andrew Holness said the upgrading of the Air Traffic Control Centre will strengthen the island’s air transport sector.

Listen

Radio Programmes

Evening News December 20 2019

Government to ramp up its delivery of housing in 2020; public reminded to drink responsibly; and Central And Western Jamaica Inner-City Youth Trained in Event Production.

Listen

Radio Programmes

Midday News December 20 2019

Trust Fund established for victims of Coral Gardens Incident; JCF illegal vehicle lights removal operation bearing fruit and KPH receives 2 million dollar equipment donation.

Listen

Radio Programmes

Evening News December 19 2019

Violence Prevention Commission to be established, Increased Deployment of Police Officers for Holiday Season and Island-wide clean up exercise set for January 2020.

Listen

Radio Programmes

Midday News December 19 2019

Kingston air Traffic Control Tower re-opened; Cabinet approves land acquisition for new St. Catherine North Police Division headquarters; and consumers urged to be vigilant when purchasing meat.

Listen

Radio Programmes