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Prime Minister Reassures All Persons as State of Public Emergency is Announced in the Parish of St. James


Prime Minister Reassures All Persons as State of Public Emergency is Announced in the Parish of St. James

Prime Minister Andrew Holness says consideration has been given to the citizens and businesses even as the parish of St. James is now under a State of Public Emergency. The State of Public Emergency for the Parish of St. James was announced today (January 18) during a press briefing held at Jamaica House. Prime Minister […]

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Creative Solutions Can be Brought into the Mix – PM Holness


Creative Solutions Can be Brought into the Mix – PM Holness

Prime Minister Andrew Holness says he appreciates and acknowledges the sacrifice public sector workers have made and is asking for consideration and understanding. The Prime Minister called a special meeting this morning (January 17) with union representatives to discuss the ongoing wage negotiations. The meeting was held at the Banquet Hall, Jamaica House. Mr Holness […]

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Cabinet Retreat Underway


Cabinet Retreat Underway

The Cabinet commenced day one of its three-day retreat today (January 10).  The meeting began at 10:30 this morning. It’s the first Cabinet Retreat for 2018 and is being held at the Office of the Prime Minister in Kingston. Prime Minister Andrew Holness opened discussions this morning with an overview of the government’s programmes last […]

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Three-Day Cabinet Retreat Begins Tomorrow


Three-Day Cabinet Retreat Begins Tomorrow

Prime Minister Andrew Holness is set to lead the Cabinet into a three-day Retreat beginning tomorrow, Wednesday, January 10. Prime Minister Holness and members of his Cabinet will discuss several important national matters including the ongoing public sector wage negotiations, issues of national security and safety, economic growth, as well as plans for the 2018/2019 […]

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Issue of Crime and Violence must be taken to the Pulpit – PM Holness


Issue of Crime and Violence must be taken to the Pulpit – PM Holness

Prime Minister Andrew Holness has once again urged the Church to be advocates in the fight against crime and violence. The Prime Minister reiterated that “the church can play an important role in dealing with this issue of violence”. Prime Minister Holness made the comments yesterday (January 3) while addressing the congregation at the 13th […]

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