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Education Min. to embark on a programme to impart life skills, such as driving, to secondary level students
The Education Ministry will be embarking on a programme to impart life skills to children at the secondary level, as part of efforts to
Health Minister Dr. Christopher Tufton thanks Massy for $4M donation towards Covid fight
Health Minister Dr. Christopher Tufton has expressed appreciation to the Massy Group of Companies, for the timely donation of funds,
Three killed in two separate motor vehicle accidents in St. Elizabeth, yesterday
Three males were killed in two separate motor vehicle accidents in St. Elizabeth, yesterday (April 27). Dead are sixteen-year-old
Dental Assistants back at work after two-day sick-out over monies owed to them
Dental Assistants, who went on sick out for the past two days over monies owed to them, are back on the job today (April 28). Speaking
Jamaica records 3 more Covid-19 related deaths and 80 new cases
Jamaica yesterday (April 27) recorded 3 more Covid-19 related deaths pushing the tally to 770. The deceased are two males from
32 persons arrested following illegal party on Olympic Way, St. Andrew
Some 32 persons were arrested, following an illegal party on Olympic Way, in St. Andrew, last night (April 27). In a social media post
Social Pension Scheme implementation plan, advanced
The Labour Ministry is advanced in its plans to implement a social pension scheme, later this year. It will allow elderly persons to
Tourism Minister stresses need to ensure that MSMEs, recover from impact of Covid pandemic
Tourism Minister Ed Bartlett has stressed the need to ensure, that Small and Medium Sized Enterprises, MSMEs, recover from the impact