Child friendly Centre in Portland offering support to young victims, Jamaica to be represented at Regional Water Dialogues in Chile and Voting extended for Global Jamaica Diaspora Council and Youth Council Elections.
New five-year development programme launched for Jamaica; Cari-Med Group to recruit Bernard Lodge residents for New Distribution Centre; and Churches encouraged to help expand Jamaica’s Reggae Gospel industry.
Prime Minister calls for patience with the work on Southern Highway Improvement Project; Island Traffic Authority ramping up driver education programmes; and Education Ministry providing PEP support to schools.
Prime Minister instructs Ministers to disclose relationships between Government organizations and SSL; Government seeking to increase mandatory minimum sentences for murder; and RADA offers online training for farmers.
Government reiterates commitment to investigating fraudulent activity at SSL; Education Ministry proposing new date for staging of Primary Exit Profile exam; and Jamaica seeking to expand export opportunities in Guyana.
Prime Minister urging Jamaicans to take care of their health, Finance Minister to make comprehensive policy address on SSL fraud on Monday, and Ministry of Education announces date for Jamaica Day celebrations.
Financial Services Commission commits to full disclosure of SSL fraud investigation, seven Agencies under Industry Ministry receive ISO certification and JCDC accepting large groups for performing arts competitions