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Legal assistance was provided for 2,484 cases in the Parish Courts during the 2018/2019 Fiscal Year by the Legal Aid Council. This represents a 17.3 per cent increase in Legal Aid Services in the Parish Courts from the previous Fiscal Year. This...

More than 700 projects have been registered with the Culture Ministry for Labour Day. Portfolio Minister, Olivia Grange, says she expects that Jamaicans will volunteer at any of the projects across the island today. Prime Minister, Andrew Holness,...

WITH THE passage of International Day for Biological Diversity yesterday, Jamaicans have been urged to act in their own interest by taking care of the natural environment, now teeming with life from plants, animals and microorganisms vital to...

Minister of Transport and Mining Robert Montague says the Government will be implementing a number of measures aimed at ensuring order on the nation’s roadways. He said that “very soon”, video surveillance will be utilised to nab persons who...

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) will be increasing expenditure under the ‘X Marks the Spot’ school crosswalk campaign being implemented by the Jamaica National (JN) Foundation. Mariko Kagoshima, country representative, UNICEF Jamaica,...

Deaf Can! the social enterprise that seeks to equip, engage and empower persons within the deaf community through its mobile cafés, has given two thumbs up to the National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited (NCB)mPOS card reader that recently became...
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