No limit to what we can achieve when we work together

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Independence message from Audrey Marks, Jamaica’s ambassador to the USA. 

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PM says all is not well, but Jamaicans can feel proud

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PRIME Minister Andrew Holness yesterday used the release of his annual Independence Day Message to respond to critics of his Government’s efforts to protect the environment and reduce crime and corruption.

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PM says all is not well, but Jamaicans can feel proud

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PRIME Minister Andrew Holness yesterday used the release of his annual Independence Day Message to respond to critics of his Government’s efforts to protect the environment and reduce crime and corruption.

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Jamaica pushing for pension plan regulations to be in place early 2020

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REGULATORY amendments aimed at strengthening the legislative framework to safeguard the assets of pension plans are expected to be in place by early next year.This was disclosed by minister without portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation Senator Pearnel Charles Jr, who moved the Pensions (Superannuation Funds and Retirement Schemes) (Investment) (Amendment) Regulations, 2019 in the Upper House last Friday.

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No limit to what we can achieve when we work together

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Independence message from Audrey Marks, Jamaica’s ambassador to the USA. 

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Chinese Benevolent Association donates bed linen to Kingston Public and Jubilee hospitals

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More than 580 bed sheets and pillowcases were donated to Kingston Public Hospital (KPH) and Victoria Jubilee Hospital (VJH) by the Chinese Benevolent Association (CBA) on Wednesday, July 31.Approximately 500 patients will benefit from the donations which the association said was made “in a gesture of community spirit”.

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Jamaica pushing for pension plan regulations to be in place early 2020

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REGULATORY amendments aimed at strengthening the legislative framework to safeguard the assets of pension plans are expected to be in place by early next year.This was disclosed by minister without portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation Senator Pearnel Charles Jr, who moved the Pensions (Superannuation Funds and Retirement Schemes) (Investment) (Amendment) Regulations, 2019 in the Upper House last Friday.

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No vengeance!

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The father of a six-year-old who received cuts to his genitals in a vicious attack last week in White Horses, St Thomas, is trying to dissuade the lad from seeking to exact vengeance on the 16-year-old boy who is accused of committing the act.

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Shaw’s drought plan

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Small farmers now facing the impact of severe drought will soon have access to drip irrigation technology as a primary response to climate change.The announcement was made by minister of industry, commerce, agriculture and fisheries, Audley Shaw on day two of the Denbigh Agricultural, Industrial and Food Show yesterday in Clarendon. Shaw was delivering the main address.

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Shaw’s drought plan

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Small farmers now facing the impact of severe drought will soon have access to drip irrigation technology as a primary response to climate change.The announcement was made by minister of industry, commerce, agriculture and fisheries, Audley Shaw on day two of the Denbigh Agricultural, Industrial and Food Show yesterday in Clarendon. Shaw was delivering the main address.

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