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JAMAICA | Cabinet Grants Official Funeral for Former Ministers Pringle, Nelson

KINGSTON, January 21, 2019 - Cabinet has approved official funeral services for two former Government Ministers. Former Government Minister and trade unionist Dwight Nelson was accorded an official funeral during a session of Cabinet earlier this month, while former Tourism Minister Frank Pringle has also been accorded an official funeral.

Prime Minister Hails Accompong Town Maroons

ACCOMPONG, St. Elizabeth, January 7, 2019 - Prime Minister Andrew Holness, has hailed the Accompong Town Maroons in St. Elizabeth, noting that their togetherness is a shining example of peace for the rest of Jamaica.

Do Black Lives Matter in Israel?

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, January 6, 2018 - The Andrew Holness led JLP administration, not unlike former Jamaica Labour Party administrations since Edward Seaga, continue to have a better than cordial relationship with the state of Israel, despite the fact that the Israelis have been hostile to Black people in general, and have displayed outright racist tendencies to black Jews, Palestinians, Africans  and all people of colour who have chosen to settle in Israel.

JAMAICA |Security Forces Remain Committed to Safety and Security

KINGSTON, Jamaica, January 3, 2019 - The Government of Jamaica and Security Forces remain resolute in their commitment to safety and security in the country. Thgis is the word from Prime Minister Andrew Holness and his security chiefs, after an intense two-day consultation meeting, reaffirmed the Government’s position on tackling crime and restoring security and safety across the island.

JAMAICA | Prime Minister and Opposition Leader hold Private Meeting

KINGSTON, Jamaica, January 2, 2019 - Despite the fall-through of a meeting called with Opposition Leader Dr. Peter Phillips for ten o'clock this morning to discuss security matters, which the Opposition Leader said he was unable to make due to scheduling conflicts, both leaders at the urging of civil society and the private sector, held private discussions this afternoon at Vale Royal.
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