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Gov’t and Carib Cement sign agreement to facilitate conversion of old tyres to energy
Government and Carib Cement today (July 22) signed an agreement that will enable the company to test out over a 40 day period, a
NWC working to streamline water supply and trucking schedules amidst drought
The National Water Commission NWC, says it’s working to streamline its water supply and trucking schedules, to better respond to the
Fire brigade records 823 bush fires islandwide last month
Some 823 bush fires were recorded across the island in June, threatening the livelihood of scores of persons including farmers. In late
Senate approves SOE St Andrew extension
The Senate today approved the extension for the state of public emergency in St. Andrew, until October 5. Westmoreland, St. James, and
Opposition concerned about slow economic growth
The Opposition People’s National Party has raised concern over the slow growth in the economy.   Opposition Spokesman on
PSOJ President laments that country’s economy is not being managed properly
President of the Private Sector Organisation of the Jamaica, Howard Mitchell has lamented that the country’s economy and the
Opposition to host anti-crime consultation
After months of calling on government to meet with stakeholders to tackle crime, the opposition has decided to host a national
PNP apologizes for past alleged corruption
The Opposition People’s National Party has expressed regret for alleged corrupt practices that may have occurred when the party formed