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Source: Jamaica Daily Gleaner

Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-04-11 05:30:20 -0700 | technology-news

Portfolio minister Roger Clarke said on Wednesday that the authorities are not convinced about the soil quality at the location. Clarke said some $400 million is to be spent in five agro parks this year, namely Ebony Park, Amity Hall,...
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Source: Jamaica Daily Gleaner

Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-03-19 07:08:22 -0700 | technology-news

Albert Gordon, director general of the Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR), will today meet with the Energy Monitoring Committee (EMC) to provide information which has led him to declare that he would be recommending to Energy Minister Phillip Paulwell that...
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Source: Jamaica Daily Gleaner

Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-04-09 05:09:57 -0700 | technology-news

AND CEO of the Jamaica Tertiary Education Commission, Maxine Henry-Wilson, has described the approach to research at the tertiary level as a "seemingly looming crisis". Henry-Wilson made the disclosure in her keynote address at the International University of the Caribbean...
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Source: Jamaica Daily Gleaner

Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-04-02 10:37:11 -0700 | technology-news

Edmond Campbell, Senior Staff Reporter Former Solicitor General, Michael Hylton, says the ballistics report into the events of May 2010 in west Kingston would greatly assist the proposed commission of enquiry but noted that its unavailability in the short term...
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Source: Jamaica Daily Gleaner

Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-04-15 05:39:50 -0700 | technology-news

Jamaica is expected to achieve the target of 85 per cent mastery in literacy among grade four students by 2015. This was disclosed by Minister of Education Ronald Thwaites at the Western Union Teachers' Workshop, held at the Knutsford Court...
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Source: Jamaica Daily Gleaner

Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-04-15 05:39:52 -0700 | technology-news

A skills-training officer came to my child's school and wanted to do sessions with children who seemed depressed. This person is popular in the community and the principal allowed it. I pulled my child immediately and feel that I should...
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Source: Jamaica Daily Gleaner

Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-04-04 22:39:20 -0700 | technology-news

Overseas Examination Commission (OEC) to tighten the screws on persons who falsify examination results in Jamaica. This comes against the background of a number of incidents in which "unscrupulous persons" manufacture preliminary results slips as well as certificates and sell...
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Source: Jamaica Daily Gleaner

Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-03-27 06:53:43 -0700 | technology-news

The Cybercrimes Unit has launched an investigation to identify the IP address for an online video that shows two young boys gyrating against two women during a street dance, much to the admiration and encouragement of other cheering adults. The...
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Source: Jamaica Daily Gleaner

Port Antonio :: Jamaica | updated 2014-03-09 04:30:40 -0700 | technology-news

Christopher Serju, Sunday Gleaner Writer Jamaica's marine research and development will mark the start of a significant chapter today with the official opening of the Alligator Head Marine Laboratory in San San, Portland. Named after a prominent rocky outcropping which,...
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Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-03-21 06:16:59 -0700 | technology-news

OF the University of Technology (UTech) Professor Errol Morrison is strongly agreeing that there is a critical shortage of all modalities of engineering in Jamaica...Morrison was speaking in response to The Gleaner 's lead story last week Wednesday in which...
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Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-03-19 05:21:31 -0700 | technology-news

Jermaine Francis, Staff Reporter Dr Fritz Pinnock, head of the Caribbean Maritime Institute, has implored the country to change the way it is going about educating the nation's youth as the occupations for which they are being trained may soon...
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Source: Jamaica Daily Gleaner

Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-02-22 00:46:38 -0800 | technology-news

Robert Montague wants bar operators across the island to pay a $5,000 flat fee in order to fund several developmental and social projects in the country. The senator further proposed that the island's parish councils be given the authority to...
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Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-03-10 15:18:52 -0700 | technology-news

During a recent tour of Digicel's Tier III Data Centre, Anthony Hylton, minister of industry, investment and commerce, said information communication technology (ICT) would be a critical part of the technology infrastructure needed to make Jamaica's global logistics hub a...
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Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-02-26 00:35:09 -0800 | technology-news

He was named one of nine Gore Scholars at the University of the West Indies (UWI) in 2013, he is an intern at News Talk 93-FM and makes recurrent contributions writing for Youthlink, The Gleaner's teen supplement. And now that...
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Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-04-09 02:16:43 -0700 | technology-news

Jermaine Francis, Staff Reporter Prominent trade unionists have distanced themselves from the bureaucracy plaguing the private sector, blaming the lacklustre performance of government agencies and departments on a chronic leadership deficit. Not only did they lash middle management for inefficiency,...
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