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Labour Market Information System Being Revamped

  The Labour Market Information System (LMIS) is being revamped to make it more user-friendly, efficient and secure. The website, which falls under the purview

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Matalon: a passion to serve, a commitment to Jamaica

New chairman of the RJRGLEANER Communications Group, Joseph Mayer Matalon, assumed leadership of the listed group on May 1. Joe M., as he is also

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Wolfe-Mullings: Interest growing in MYF competitions

The MultiCare Youth Foundation (MYF) Inter-Schools’ Girls’ Football and Mixed Basketball competitions were held on Tuesday and Wednesday at the Breezy Castle Centre on Harbour

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NHT Pleased with Response to Guaranteed Purchase Programme

The National Housing Trust (NHT) is expressing pleasure with the response of developers to its Guaranteed Purchase Programme (GPP). GPP is a new initiative through

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BCIC Proud Of Student Athlete Support

ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Athletics Championships standouts Hydel High school and Jamaica College (JC) were the recent beneficiaries of cash and trophy incentives from insurance

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Canadian Volunteers Contribute To Jamaica’s Development

Twenty-nine Canadian volunteers are currently fuelling change in Jamaican organisations by offering a variety of services required by governmental, private-sector and non-governmental organisations. The volunteers


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Economic Independence Requires A New,

Below is an excerpt from a speech delivered at the Mona School of Business & Management Annual Conference on Thursday, July 11. The Enterprise and Entrepreneurship in the Caribbean Region paper by Minto-Coy, et al, (published by the Mona School of Business & Management) focuses on the domestic and enterprise level constraints to entrepreneurship and

BCIC Recommits To Downtown Roots

After 56 years, general insurance company BCIC is betting that downtown Kingston is the place to be. A $50 million renovation of one floor of BCIC’s Duke Street Head Office is just the first phase of a three- to four-year makeover for the company, according to Managing Director Peter Levy. The ribbon was cut on

The MultiCare Youth Foundation Mentors

 The Transitional Living Programme for Children in State Care Project, a partnership between UWI Open Campus, The Child Protection and Family Services Agency, with funding from The United States Agency for International Development , provided training and matching for 14 wards of the state and volunteer mentors on June 22 and 23. The two-day workshop