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The Jamaica Public Service (JPS) is assuring customers affected by power outages in the Corporate Area that efforts are being made to have full restoration of power by this evening (August 1).The outages have been affecting...
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The Ministry of Health says it will continue its daily monitoring of the Ebola situation in West Africa through the world health organization’s event information website.This along with other...
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Education Minister reverend Ronald Thwaites has urged stakeholders in the education sector not to underestimate the necessity of the English Language.He states that many Jamaicans are missing out on...
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Water Minister Robert Pickersgill is urging citizens especially farmers not to set fires to land for clearing, considering the current drought and the limited water available to fight fires.Speaking...
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The Jamaica Agricultural Society (JAS) will be using the Denbigh Agricultural, Industrial and Food show to launch a campaign against the slash and burn technique used by farmers to clear lands.The...
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Governor General Sir Patrick Allen says it is time for Jamaicans to stand together and combine all efforts to free the country from every form of barrier, tribalism and hindrance to its progress as a...
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The police are warning the public to beware of unscrupulous individuals who have been soliciting payment for an opportunity to be selected for the overseas farm work program in USA and Canada and UK....
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