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PM UNDERSCORES INPORTANCE OF RESILIENT LABOUR MARKET

As the world charts a new course towards economic recovery, due to COVID-19, Prime Minister Andrew Holness has stressed the importance of laying the...

CLINIC HOURS EXTENDED FOR HIV PATIENTS

The Ministry of Health and Wellness will be resuming its extended clinic hours for the treatment of persons with HIV as well as to...

TONY AWARDS RATINGS HIT NEW LOW

The US TV audience for the Tony Awards hit a new low despite a star-studded cast promoting Broadway's return. CBS said 2.6 million people tuned...

LIONEL MESSI SCORES HIS FIRST PSG GOAL AGAINST MAN CITY

Lionel Messi scored his first Paris St-Germain goal in stunning fashion as they beat Manchester City how to get cialis without prescription in an enthralling Champions League group game. Messi, making...

WEATHER UPDATE – SEPTEMBER 28

There is a Trough across Jamaica. The Trough is expected to remain across Jamaica over the next couple days. Tonight should become fair, while tomorrow morning should be partly...

Amendments Coming To Deal With Prohibited Items In Prisons

Cabinet has approved the drafting instructions for legislative amendments to various sections of the Corrections Act, 1985 and the Correctional Institutional (Adult Correctional Centre)...

HIGH DRUG LEVELS FOUND IN RIVERS RUNNING THROUGH GLASTONBURY SITE

Environmentally damaging levels of drugs have been found in the river running through the Glastonbury Festival site. Scientists have warned there are "dangerous" levels of...

UDC START WORK TO BUILD PARK IN PORTMORE

The Urban Development Corporation (UDC) will be building on the work which is better viagra or cialis started by the Portmore City Municipality to construct a park in the community. UDC...

SLB’S JUMP START SCHOLARSHIP EXTENDED UNTIL OCTOBER 11

Students now have until October 11 to apply for the Students’ Loan Bureau (SLB) Jump Start Scholarship. SLB Executive Director, Nickeisha Walsh says the entity...

MOH LOOKING TO MOVE AWAY FROM PAPER-BASED VACCINATION CARDS TO DIGITIZED...

  Health and Wellness Minister, Dr Christopher Tufton says the Ministry is looking to move away from paper-based vaccination cards to a digitized system. He says...
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