New River Residents Take Part In Earthquake Drill

Residents of New River District in St. Elizabeth are now better prepared to respond during and after an earthquake, following a recent emergency and evacuation drill in the area.

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Rural Taxi Operators Encouraged To Craft Their Own Routes

Minister of Transport and Mining, Robert Montague is encouraging more licensed and registered Public Passenger Vehicle (PPV) operators in rural sections of the country to apply to the Transport Authority for new routes.

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Ferry Police Station Set To Be Renovated

The Ferry Police Station, in St. Andrew, is to receive a facelift following the recent signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) and the Toll Authority of Jamaica (TAJ).

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CCCJ Celebrating 20th Anniversary

The Council of Community Colleges of Jamaica (CCCJ) will be hosting a slate of activities in commemoration of its 20th anniversary.

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Plans Being Put In Place For Student Transportation

Plans are being put in place to ensure students are transported to school safely as more institutions reopen for face-to-face classes, with special emphasis is being placed on reactivating the rural transportation programme to support students from rural Jamaica.

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Additional Homeless Shelters Coming Soon

The Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development is looking to establish two more homeless shelters, one in Ocho Rios, St Ann and another in Port Antonio, Portland.

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USAID Awards Grants To Community Organizations

Fourteen community organizations have been awarded grants worth a total of 21 million dollars under the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Positive Pathways Initiative.

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Laptop For Teachers Programme Coming in December

Approximately 5,000 public school educators are set to receive electronic vouchers (e-vouchers) to purchase laptop computers under the ‘Laptop for Teachers’ programme, being developed by e- Learning Jamaica Limited (e-Ljam).

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TPDCO Launches mobile App

Locals and visitors to Jamaica can now access information on all licensed and COVID-19 compliant tourist entities within the island’s six resort areas. This thanks to a new mobile app called ‘Xplore Jamaica’.

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Cooler Classrooms Ahead for Rural Schools

Cooler classes are ahead for just over 600 students in three rural schools following a donation of much needed wall and standing fans and other school supplies by Sandals South Coast.

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Jamaica On-Track to Achieve Vision 2030

As the economy continues to show signs of recovery, Prime Minister Andrew Holness is expressing confidence in Jamaica’s ability to achieve the goals of the Vision 2030 National Development Plan.

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Falmouth Artisan Village Officially Open

With the recent return of cruise ships to the Falmouth Pier, Trelawny the Ministry of Tourism used the opportunity to do a soft launch of the newly constructed artisan village at the Hampden Wharf in the parish capital.

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St. James Vendors Reminded Only To Sell In Designated Areas

The St. James Municipal Corporation has reaffirmed its commitment to enforcing no vending areas in downtown Montego Bay with Mayor Leeroy Williams noting that there will be a crackdown on street vendors who continue to operate outside of the designated vending areas in the city.

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Tourism Ministry Hosting Health and Wellness Conference This Week

On Thursday November 18 and Friday November 19, the Ministry of Tourism will host a Health and Wellness Conference at the Montego Bay Convention Centre under the theme “refresh, reboot, reawaken- the new world of health and wellness”.

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Disaster Plan In The Works For St. James

In light of the major flooding, infrastructure damage, and land slippage recently experienced in several sections of St. James following recent heavy rains across the western end of the island, the St. James Municipal Corporation is now actively working on a disaster plan to mitigate the effects of future flooding and other natural disasters on the parish.

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