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Govt Increasing Water Supply

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller says the government is implementing several projects in an effort to increase water supply to various sections of the island....

Treat Water Before Use

Director of Health Promotion and Protection, Dr. Sonia Copeland, is urging persons to treat their water before consuming, in light of the present drought conditions. Dr....

Police Chief Slams Media

The Commissioner of Police, Dr Carl Williams, is slamming the news media. He says they’re not focussing on the right things. The Commissioner’s comment...

NWC Signs Multi-Billion Agreement with Israeli Company

The National Water Commission has signed a co-management agreement with the Israeli based Miya company to help it save billions of dollars in lost revenue each year. The...

Water Restrictions Hampering Businesses

Several businesses in the Corporate Area say the new alternating day water restrictions are affecting their operations. Rashawn Thompson has more. The business district...

Corporate Area Water Restrictions

The National Water Commission has announced new water restrictions which will see most people in the Kingston Metropolitan Area getting water on alternating days. The...

No Bush Fire-Climate Change Connection – Fire Commish

Commissioner of the Jamaica Fire Brigade, Errol Mowatt, says the dramatic rise in the number of bush fires across the country in the last two years has nothing to do...

Entrepreneurs Mentoring Boys

Approximately 70 boys from 18 high schools were today paired with entrepreneurs as part of a new project of the Ministry of Education to tackle the underachievement of...

Sickle Cell Now Covered Under NHF

People with Sickle Cell are now able to get subsidies for their medicines from the National Health Fund. That’s according to the Chief Executive Officer of NHF,...

Banking on Literacy Test Mastery

Education Minister Ronald Thwaites, says the government is banking on the results from this year’s Grade Four Literacy Test, to achieve its target of 100 percent...