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PM Holness Invited to Attend Key Summits Following His Historic Presentation at G7 Summit


PM Holness Invited to Attend Key Summits Following His Historic Presentation at G7 Summit

Prime Minister Andrew Holness has been specially invited to attend the G20 Summit in Buenos Aires Argentina and a Special Oceans Summit in Oslo Norway following his successful historic presentation at the outreach session of the just concluded G7 Summit in Charlevoix Canada. Prime Minister Holness who returned to the island yesterday evening was specially […]

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Mr. Seaga’s Indisputable Work and Service Deserves Recognition – PM Holness


Mr. Seaga’s Indisputable Work and Service Deserves Recognition – PM Holness

The North-South leg of Highway 2000 which links Kingston to Ocho Rios and the wider north coast of Jamaica, has been officially renamed in honour of former Prime Minister, The Most Honourable Edward Phillip George Seaga. The Highway will now be referred to as the Edward Seaga Highway. Prime Minister Andrew Holness officially declared the North-South Leg of Highway 2000 as […]

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Major Infrastructure Development Projects, A Legacy for the Next Generation -PM Holness


Major Infrastructure Development Projects, A Legacy for the Next Generation -PM Holness

Prime Minister Andrew Holness says the major infrastructure development projects being undertaken by the Government are designed to not only to improve traffic flow but also to improve productivity and address issues of safety and security. The Prime Minister was speaking earlier today (June 1) on a tour of the major infrastructure improvement projects in […]

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Government must work in partnership with the voluntary sector – PM Holness


Government must work in partnership with the voluntary sector – PM Holness

Prime Minister Andrew Holness says volunteerism is an important part of national development. Speaking at the Kiwanis Eastern Canada and Caribbean District Convention in Montego Bay recently, the Prime Minister stressed that a stronger partnership between the Government and the private sector including service groups, is needed across the region to improve the quality of […]

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NIDS Is A Most Important Advancement in Modernising Jamaica


NIDS Is A Most Important Advancement in Modernising Jamaica

The National Identification System is one of the most important advancements in the effort to modernise Jamaica. It will ensure that all Jamaicans have access to a universally accepted, secure and efficient system of identity verification. It will also make transactions and access to services easier for all citizens allowing the government to adequately plan […]

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