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Jamaica Looking to Increase Investments with China – PM Holness

Jamaica Looking to Increase Investments with China – PM Holness

Prime Minister Andrew Holness this morning (November 4) held bilateral talks with the President of the People’s Republic of China His Excellency Xi Jingping in Shanghai.   Prime Minister Holness who is on an official working visit, spoke on a number of areas of cooperation between the two countries.   The Prime Minister expressed his...

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The FLA Warns Against Back-door Deals

The FLA Warns Against Back-door Deals

KINGSTON, Jamaica The Firearm Licensing Authority is once again cautioning prospective applicants against making informal, illicit or ‘back door’ licence arrangements with individuals purporting to be agents of the FLA. This practice is prohibited whether or not it is done in exchange for money or other benefits. To be approved for a Firearm Licence, an...

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Public Procurement Order Passed in Senate

Public Procurement Order Passed in Senate

Conversations about the recent developments in Senate, in addition to water for Christmas with Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Senator Pearnel Charles JR. Stay tuned for the details.

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Rest Ja | Jamaica’s Education System

Rest Ja | Jamaica’s Education System

Every child can learn and every child must learn, However, are we doing what we need to do to secure the future? Find out the kind of system that is implemented to ensure that your child is learning. Stay tuned to find out what that is all about!

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CASE Students Protesting Over Deplorable Living Conditions

CASE Students Protesting Over Deplorable Living Conditions

Another wave of protest is happening within the education sector. This time, students at the College of Agriculture, Science and Education (CASE) in Portland are protesting over what they claim are deplorable living conditions at the institution. They are calling on the Ministries of Education, Health and Agriculture along with the administration of the college...

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Victims of Fire Receive New Houses

Victims of Fire Receive New Houses

The 11 adults and 14 children whose homes perished in a fire on Bayfarm Road have received the keys to their new homes. The residents were gifted with refurbished houses as part of the Housing, Opportunity, Production, and Employment (HOPE) Programme yesterday.

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Politicians Visas Revoked

Politicians Visas Revoked

The United states Embassy has revoked the visa of cabinet member Minister Daryl Vaz and shadow Minister in the opposition Phillip Paulwell. Vaz indicated that he is now actively trying to ascertain the reason/s his Visa was revoked.