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As the Government continues its work to improve the learning environment for the nation’s children, $27 million will be expended this fiscal year towards this objective.

CHILD SAFETY

Current statistics from the Ministry of Youth and Culture, and recent figures from the national Road Safety Programme, indicate that the nation’s children are being...
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FIX IT NOW: OR SUFFER THE CONSEQUENCES!

“Horse a gellup nuh know wha’ him back foot ha seh” is a Jamaican proverb easily applicable to the current situation regarding a reasonably affordable electric...
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CHILD SAFETY

Current statistics from the Ministry of Youth and Culture, and recent figures from the national Road Safety Programme, indicate that the nation’s children are being...
Full story

FIX IT NOW: OR SUFFER THE CONSEQUENCES!

“Horse a gellup nuh know wha’ him back foot ha seh” is a Jamaican proverb easily applicable to the current situation regarding a reasonably affordable electric...
Full story

Schools infrastructure works programme gets $615M

The Government is to spend $615 million this fiscal year to undertake various infra-structural works at several educational institutions across the island. The funds have been...
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    Little London tops Westmoreland LIME Street Challenge

    Little London FC bagged the $100,000 on offer after defeating Grange Hill Alliance 4-1, to top the Westmoreland end of the LIME Street Football at the Manning’s School in Savanna-la –Mar on Sunday ( April 6).
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    Perfect seven

    The seemingly unstoppable Sav Elite Titans continued their stroll through the National Supplies Basketball Associations (WBA) Men’s Championships, dismissing Cornwall Court Chargers 55-42 at the UWI Western Campus, as second round action tipped off.
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    Falcons soar

    Trelawny side Muschett Falcons, Holland Saints and Boys Club Warriors all recorded wins on the weekend, as second round action in the National Supply WBA Men’s Basketball Championships tipped off.
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    Gordon special

    Striker Omar Gordon produced an incisive 20 yard strike twelve minutes from time, to lead Montego Bay United to a hard-fought 1-0 win over a spirited Sporting Central Academy, in third round action in the Red Stripe Premier League at Wespow Park on Sunday.
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    Eslyn Collins is still stylish at 105

    While some persons change their habits during the course of aging, some retain a few. In the case of centenarian Eslyn Collins, she has retained her affinity to dress in a most stylish manner.
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    Ity and Fancy Cat to host UWI WJC seminar

    The dynamic comedic duo of Ity and Fancy Cat will be the hosts this Monday, April14, 2014, at the University of the West Indies, Mona - Western Jamaica Campus, when the final year CARIMAC cohort of 2014 presents a seminar themed ‘Degree Plus’ from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Seminar Room 22.
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    Rastafari Village opened in St. James

    Cultural tourism in St James is expected to be significantly boosted, with the opening of the newly developed a J$23 million Rastafari Indigenous Village, situated at Irwin in the parish.
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  • More improvements for education sector this year

    Seventy basic schools will be converted to infant departments, and infant schools, during this fiscal year.  The initiative is among a number of strategies the Government
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  • CELEBRATE YOUTH EXCELLENCE

    On Sunday, April 6, 2014, the Prime Minister’s Youth Awards for Excellence was presented to 23 outstanding young Jamaicans and two Youth Groups on the
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  • TO SAVE OR NOT TO SAVE

    At a recently held news conference in Kingston, representatives of the Bankers Association of Jamaica disclosed that Jamaicans were not saving enough. While there are
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  • Building a better society

    It’s an issue that has generated much concern in Jamaica – the lack of values and attitudes in the Jamaican society, a trend which continues
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  • A CREDIBLE BUDGET

    The Estimates of Expenditure (budget) for the 2014/2015 financial year will be tabled in the House of Representatives tomorrow, Thursday, April 3, 2014, by Finance
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