Somerton Road getting $21.8-m rehabilitation

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THE National Works Agency (NWA) is currently undertaking a $21.8-million project to rehabilitate the 800-metre Somerton to Virgin Valley roadway in St James.Community relations officer at the NWA’s Western Office Janel Ricketts told JIS News that the work commenced on April 15 of this year and has a six-month duration.

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Somerton Road getting $21.8-m rehabilitation

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THE National Works Agency (NWA) is currently undertaking a $21.8-million project to rehabilitate the 800-metre Somerton to Virgin Valley roadway in St James.Community relations officer at the NWA’s Western Office Janel Ricketts told JIS News that the work commenced on April 15 of this year and has a six-month duration.

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Gangsters gave police information with hope of escaping arrest

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TWO alleged members of the Uchence Wilson Gang, who are on trial in the Home Circuit Court, reportedly gave the police information with the hope of avoiding arrest, it was revealed in court yesterday

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Gangsters gave police information with hope of escaping arrest

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TWO alleged members of the Uchence Wilson Gang, who are on trial in the Home Circuit Court, reportedly gave the police information with the hope of avoiding arrest, it was revealed in court yesterday

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PHOTO: Reading time

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Wife of the governor general, Lady Allen (left), introduces a book to St Richard’s Primary School students during the launch of the 2019 staging of the Western Union ‘I Pledge’ (Reading) Programme on May 1 at the Jamaica Conference Centre in Kingston. The objective of the programme is to promote and encourage the nation’s youth in each parish to continuously read for their individual growth and development. The programme was established by GraceKennedy Money Services, in collaboration with…

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No need for alarm as regional labelling standard is being revised, said BSJ

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A regional standard for the labelling of pre-packaged foods is currently being revised, and is being led by the Caricom Regional Organisation for Standards and Quality (CROSQ) – the regional standards development body.

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No need for alarm as regional labelling standard is being revised, said BSJ

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A regional standard for the labelling of pre-packaged foods is currently being revised, and is being led by the Caricom Regional Organisation for Standards and Quality (CROSQ) – the regional standards development body.

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KSAMC moves to educate residents about disaster risk management

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THE Kingston and St Andrew Municipal Corporation (KSAMC) on Thursday launched its inaugural Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change Education Programme Poster Competition.

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PHOTO: Reading time

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Wife of the governor general, Lady Allen (left), introduces a book to St Richard’s Primary School students during the launch of the 2019 staging of the Western Union ‘I Pledge’ (Reading) Programme on May 1 at the Jamaica Conference Centre in Kingston. The objective of the programme is to promote and encourage the nation’s youth in each parish to continuously read for their individual growth and development. The programme was established by GraceKennedy Money Services, in collaboration with…

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Water thieves!

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MORE than 60 Corporate Area communities have been fingered in the theft of water, even as the National Water Commission (NWC) struggles to provide steady flow to 35,000 paying customers.The disclosure was made by Corporate Public Relations Manager Charles Buchanan, who also revealed that there has been frequent theft of meters installed by the entity at both private and public places.

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