Mark Golding and Lisa Hanna are the only candidates vying for the presidency of the 82 year old People's National Party.
Author: Robian Williams (Robian Williams)
Operators of Nursing Homes across the island are being warned by the Ministry of Health and Wellness to implement adequate COVID-19 measures or they will be closed down.
Both candidates vying for the presidency within the People's National Party (PNP) have promised an open door policy of working together when the dust settles on November 7.
The Parole Board within the Department of Correctional Services will be meeting more frequently to review cases of offenders that should be released from prison.
As the People’s National Party (PNP) Presidential Election draws nigh, both candidates have been making their pitch to Delegates. While support for Mark Golding continues to rise, Lisa Hanna received a major endorsement yesterday from Member of Parliament for East Kingston and Port Royal, Phillip Paulwell.
s the country continues to grapple with the increase in positive coronavirus cases, learning to live with the COVID -19 reality, is again being echoed by the Government.
A study containing over 2,000 teachers island-wide, shows that online learning is still a challenge. According to the President of the Jamaica Teacher’s Association (JTA), Jasford Gabriel, only one-third of Jamaica’s students are accessing online classes.
Both presidential aspirants of the People's National Party are on the campaign trail and have been preaching unity to the delegates who will on November 7, elect a leader.
A CVM LIVE follow up now on the breakaway along the Washington Boulevard in St Andrew on Wednesday found that vehicular traffic on the Westbound lane along the major thoroughfare has been restored.
The race is on for the next President of the People's National Party. The candidates so far, Lisa Hanna and Mark Golding yesterday, committed to conducting a fair campaign.