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Inspector Receives Sam Sharpe Award

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) continues to benefit from the service of members who uphold the principles governing the organization, performing their duties with responsibility and integrity. One such member is 53-year-old Inspector, Ralph Medley, a native of St. Elizabeth, who has given approximately 35 years to the force.  He…

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Major Road Patching Starts in St. Elizabeth

The National Works Agency (NWA) has commenced a major road patching exercise in the parish of St. Elizabeth, aimed at arresting some of the poor road conditions that exist in that parish. Under the programme, 57 kilometers of roadway will be targeted with approximately 900 square meters of patching being…

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3,000 Residents to Benefit From Improved Access to Potable Water

Approximately 3,000 residents of communities in North Eastern and South Western St. Elizabeth are to benefit from improved access to potable water, under the Burnt Savannah/Knoxwood Water Supply Mains Replacement and Upgrading Project. The project, which is slated to cost $59.6 million, will be undertaken over 20 months and is…

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Thousands of Students to Take Part in Empowerment Programme in St. Elizabeth

Thousands of students from primary and secondary schools in St. Elizabeth will participate in an Empowerment Programme to kick start the St. Elizabeth Homecoming Week of activities. The programme, to run from November 11 to 29, is part of activities for the 21st annual staging of the Homecoming Week celebrations,…

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Firefighting Display in Junction on Wednesday

The Jamaica Fire Brigade (JFB) will be staging a major showcase of fire fighting activities in St. Elizabeth on Wednesday, October 30, as part of activities to mark Fire Awareness Week 2013. Senior Deputy Superintendent, Floyd McLean, who addressed a recent JIS Think Tank, informed that the fire brigade will…

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