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PM Holness fulfilling Jamaicans ‘HOPE’

Jamaican Prime Minister is at the work mode nowadays, on 12thFebruary, he hands over a new housing solution to a mother of two, Vanesia Reid, in St. Andrew Southern. 

‘Prime Minister 2021 Calendar Competition’ winners get applause from Jamaican PM

Prime Minister of Jamaica Andrew Holness congratulates to persons who are  successful in the Office of the Prime Minister 2021 Calendar Competition.

Jamaicans support to Protect Wetlands

The Natural History Museum of Jamaica (NHMJ) is inviting Jamaicans to play their part in protecting & conserving wetlands as it carries out habitat rehabilitation work in the Mason River Protected Area.

Jamaica begins new two-week curfew to combat spike in COVID cases

The Caribbean Island country Jamaica starts a new two-week curfew Wednesday to slow the sudden spike in coronavirus infections. 

Jamaica PM pays tribute to Justice Paul Harrison

Prime Minister of Jamaica Andrew Holness paid tribute to former judge & President of the Court of Appeal, Justice Paul Harrison.

“He continues to inspire so many,” says Jamaica PM on Marley birth anniversary

Prime Minister Jamaica Andrew Holness remembered Robert Nesta Marley, OM, a Jamaican singer, songwriter, and musician, on his birth anniversary. 

Jamaica faces marijuana shortage as farmers struggle

Heavy rains followed by the extended drought, an increase in local consumption, and a drop in the number of marijuana farmers have caused a shortage in the island’s famed but mostly illegal market that authorities say is the worst they’ve seen.

Jamaica Govt moving to perform maintenance programme for 5,000 km roads

Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth Jamaica and Job Creation, Everald Warmington, says the Government is moving to implement a proper maintenance program for 5,000 km of roads under the Central Government's control.

Jamaica gets 300 tablets & 10 laptops from US for needy students

 The United States has reinforced its commitment to education and development in Jamaica by donating 300 tablets and ten laptops to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information of Jamaica for distribution to students in need through the One Laptop or Tablet per Child Initiative.

Jamaica Public service says new scientific methods help keep power lines clear

The Jamaica Public service (JPS) says it has introduced new scientific methods, proving useful in keeping vegetation off the company's power lines. 

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