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CABINET DECISION PENDING ON REVISED WATER SECTOR POLICY
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OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED FOR EARLY-CHILDHOOD SECTOR
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FUNDS IDENTIFIED FOR FEASIBILITY STUDY ON GLOBAL IMMIGRATION CARD
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PICA TO IMPLEMENT INITIATIVES TO IMPROVE SERVICE
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TEACHERS RECOGNISED IN SOUTH WEST ST. ELIZABETH
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GOVERNMENT TO TAKE OVER PRIVATE EARLY CHILDHOOD INSTITUTIONS
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COMMUNITIES ENCOURAGED TO BE PROACTIVE IN PROTECTING CHILDREN
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JAMAICA TO EARN FROM REDUCTION OF GHG EMISSIONS
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JPS SIGNS ‘PUBLIC SAFETY AND SECURITY’ MOU WITH MINISTRY OF NATIONAL SECURITY
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BEET ARMY WORM TO IMPACT AVAILABILITY OF ESCALLION

Principal Director, Training, Technology and Technical Information Division, RADA, Marina Young (third left), addresses the impact of Beet Army Worm, while others look on (from left) are Senior Director, Division of Training, Technology and Technical Information, RADA, Winston Shaw; Deputy Research Director, Crop and Plant Protection Unit, Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Michelle Sherwood; and Senior Plant Health and Food Safety Specialist, Francine Webb.


 

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FIRE STATIONS TO BE IMPROVED

MINISTER DESMOND MCKENZIE (LEFT), TRIES OUT THE CONTROLS OF ONE OF THE FIRE TRUCKS DONATED TO THE ST. ELIZABETH FIRE SERVICE BY THE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT, WHILE JAPAN’S AMBASSADOR TO JAMAICA, HIS EXCELLENCY MASANORI NAKANO, LOOKS ON.


 

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