| Developing states get EU help after Cancun meeting
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES are receiving much needed support from the European Union (EU) in the wake of the breakdown of trade talks at the recent Fifth World Trade Organisation (WTO) Ministerial Conference in Cancun, Mexico, says the Government.
Time for education revolution, says Seaga
The House of Representatives last Tuesday began debate on a resolution brought by Opposition Leader Edward Seaga, calling on Government to immediately remove the system of cost-sharing from secondary education.
What is meant by the revolution? 1. Begin with increasing budget expenditure on education from 10 per cent to 15 per cent.
Street light project to be audited
BLACK RIVER: THE ST. ELIZABETH Parish Council has announced that shortly the agency will be carrying out a parish-wide audit verification to determine whether or not they are getting value for money from the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPSCo)...
More J'cans have piped water - census
MORE HOUSEHOLDS have access to public pipe-borne water than before, with that number increasing by 117,910 over the last decade, to 575,494, which represents 76 per cent of the 748,392 households across the island.