KINGSTON, Jamaica - The Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing, says that work is advancing under the Zinc Fence Removal Project for which some $42 million has been allocated.
Minister with responsibility for Housing, Dr Morais Guy, in his contribution to the 2013/14 Sectoral Debate in the House of Representatives ...more »
I would like to express my deepest, heart-felt gratitude to JPS on their superb performance on Sunday, August 5. At what arguably may have been the greatest moment in the history of our nation, I had a power outage. Did Usain win the 100-metre race?
Thanks ever so much, JPS, for the power cut in the middle of the men's 100-metre Olympic finals. I assure you that I will pay every future bill with the utter disgust that I am now feeling.
As I write, one hour later, I can't even find the motivation to leave my house for another location. Thanks to my car radio I got a feel of the atmosphere at the Acropolis. You saved the day for me, RJR 92 FM.
JPS, I look forward to my next light bill with anticipation.
Anthony E McHardy
Montego Bay, St James
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