FIFA Women’s World Cup Trophy stops in Jamaica on global tour.
Secondary students to benefit from sensitization sessions about the national budget.
Minister of Industry, Investment and Commerce, Senator Aubyn Hill says work is progressing to make it easier for small-scale cannabis growers to enter the formal industry.
Mayor of Kingston, Senator Councillor Delroy Williams says the modernization and expansion of the Municipality’s infrastructure is critical for the continued growth and development of the area.
The first two days of Expo Jamaica 2023 have been reserved exclusively for buyers to transact business with exhibitors. Senior Sales and Promotion Manager at Jamaica Promotions Corporation (JAMPRO), Ricardo Durant, says April 27 and 28 have been set aside for buyers to meet with local manufacturers and other providers of goods and services, to explore all options for doing...
The Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management (ODPEM) is urging companies to put Business Continuity Planning Procedures in place, to address challenges that will occur in the event the country experiences a major earthquake.
Jamaicans are being encouraged to put electronic devices on a hard surface when charging and away from combustible materials, to prevent unintended fires. The advice comes from Commissioner of the Jamaica Fire Brigade (JFB), Stewart Beckford.
The Government is undertaking several critical infrastructure projects, geared at improving water supply services across the island and increasing the country’s resilience to climate change.
Residents of Macka Hill St Mary and surrounding communities now have more reliable access to potable water following the completion of replacement works by the National Water Commission (NWC).
Prime Minister Andrew Holness says the Factories Corporation of Jamaica (FCJ) has been tasked with developing an urban centre for the town of Negril.
Work to improve water supply for residents in Pepper, Manchester to start in April.
Work is underway to address social cases at public hospitals across the island.
Saturday and Night Court sittings have resumed to better address the backlog of cases associated with close to 400,000 outstanding traffic tickets. The sittings are being carried out at the Traffic Court at the branches at Melbourne and Camp Road in Kingston.