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  • PNP will solve squatting problem, says Phillips
    OPPOSITION Leader Dr Peter Phillips has said that the next People's National Party (PNP) Government will put an end to squatting and ensure that people living on unregistered land have access to titles.Dr Phillips gave the assurance Sunday night at a…
    - 1 Jan 70, 1:00am -
  • BOJ unionised staff enraged by exclusion from pay windfall
     THE administration of the Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) and employees are headed for a possible confrontation this week resulting from recent increases in salaries paid only to the executive staff.The current fury is being fanned by a recent newspaper repo…
    - 1 Jan 70, 1:00am -
  • Juveniles learn to read in remand centre
    HAVING one's freedom restricted is not ideal, but for two juveniles at the Metcalfe Street Secure Juvenile Remand Centre, it has been a blessing in disguise.For the past seven months, the duo have called the remand centre home.Prior to entering the i…
    - 1 Jan 70, 1:00am -
  • A basic school in dire need
    An uphill drive through rugged terrain and one mile of woodlands in Mount Industry, St Catherine, will take you to Mount Ebenezer Basic School, nestled in a small farming community known as Aberdeen.Above the entrance door to the wooden structure are…
    - 1 Jan 70, 1:00am -
  • Tufton says public/private sector pharmacy programme successful
     MONTEGO BAY, St James — Minister of Health Dr Christopher Tufton has described the Public/Private Sector Pharmacy Partner Programme, piloted by the National Health Fund in 2016 in three parishes, as an immense success.Under the arrangement, priva…
    - 1 Jan 70, 1:00am -
  • HOPE for areas under enhanced security measures
    EFFORTS are being made to forge tangible partnerships between the Housing, Opportunity, Production and Employment (HOPE) Programme and security forces on duty in communities declared zones of special operations (ZOSOs) and areas where states of publi…
    - 1 Jan 70, 1:00am -
  • St Thomas dairy farmers benefit from Nutramix seminar
    Animal feed manufacturer and distributor Nutramix recently conducted a seminar for dairy farmers in St Thomas as part of its efforts to help develop the local industry.The seminar saw presentations and demonstrations by two animal nutritionists from…
    - 1 Jan 70, 1:00am -
  • Windrush windfall
    LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — The UK Government said yesterday that emigrants to Britain decades ago who have been wrongly targeted over their immigration statuses will be eligible for free citizenship as it tries to contain the continuing crisis.
    - 1 Jan 70, 1:00am -
  • Trendsetter
    JAMAICA is set to hold talks with the registrar of the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) next month in a bid to ensure that the regional examinations are fully aligned to the island's National Standards Curriculum (NSC).
    - 1 Jan 70, 1:00am -
  • One killed, three wounded in Westmoreland
    NEGRIL, Westmoreland — Gunmen reportedly went on a bloody rampage in the Negril community of Red Ground in Westmoreland on Sunday, leaving one dead and three others wounded in two separate incidents.In the first incident, three men were shot and in…
    - 1 Jan 70, 1:00am -

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