High Number of PEP Students Placed in Preferred School

Thirty-one thousand, four hundred and seventy-nine or approximately 84 per cent of the students who sat the 2021 Primary Exit Profile (PEP) examinations have been placed in one of their preferred schools.

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Adelphi Police Station Officially Reopened

The Adelphi Police Station in St. James has been officially reopened following a rehabilitation exercise valued at approximately 47.3 million dollars.

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Portsmouth Primary Students Receive Tablet Donation – July 8, 2021

Students of the Portsmouth Primary School in Portmore, St. Catherine recently benefitted from a donation of 50 tablets, valued at 1.4 million dollars, from the Toll Authority of Jamaica under the Government’s ‘One Laptop or Tablet per Child’ Initiative.

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Plastic Bottle Separation Drive In Falmouth – July 2, 2021

The National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) and Recycling Partners of Jamaica recently held a plastic bottle separation drive in Falmouth, Trelawny to raise awareness and interest in the national plastic separation and recycling campaign.

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Registration Programme Coming For MoBay Vendors – June 28, 2021

Mayor of Montego Bay, Councillor Leeroy Williams, says starting in July the St. James Municipal Corporation will embark on a registration programme for vendors who wish to ply their wares legally along designated streets in the Second City.

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SRC Hosting Workshops For CSEC Students – June 24, 2021

The Scientific Research Council (SRC) is hosting a series of workshops for STEM students who are preparing to sit their CSEC examinations in the areas of Chemistry, Biology, Human and Social Biology and Information Technology (IT).

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