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Further teacher migration expected in September following salary increase to political class – Harrison
The education sector could further suffer from the mass migration of teachers in the upcoming school year. That’s according to
JTA to announce action plan in response to massive pay increase for parliamentarians
President of the Jamaica Teachers’ Association (JTA) Lasonja Harrison says an action plan is to be announced in response to the
Evangelical Alliance leader urges citizens to boycott labour day to protest massive pay increase for parliamentarians
Leader of the Jamaica Evangelical Alliance Bishop Dr. Alvin Bailey has called on Jamaicans to boycott labour day activities, in protest
Dr Peter Phillips signals intent to leave representational politics
Former Leader of the Opposition and Member of Parliament for East Central St Andrew, Dr Peter Phillips, has officially signalled his
Several detained in joint police/military operation in Spaulding
Several persons were detained on Friday, during a joint police / military operation in Spaulding, located at the border of Clarendon
Over 1.2 million tourists expected this summer – Bartlett
Approximately 1.23 million tourists are expected to visit the island this summer. That’s according to tourism minister Edmund
PM Holness to outline plans for up skilling work force
Prime Minister Andrew Holness said government will soon outline plans to up-skill the work force, to meet the demands of investors.
PM says performance based remuneration system will hold politicians to account
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has sought to assure that members of the political directorate will be held to account when a performance
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