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62 years after the 1955 election
The People’s National Party (PNP), led by Norman Washington Manley, won the third general election under universal adult suffrage in Jamaica on January 12, 1955. The tenure of Norman Manley as chief minister, and later premier, was really the expansion and fleshing out of the ‘Jama ...
No need to panic
The Government has not yet crunched the numbers to determine how many jobs will be shaved as it rolls out the latest in a series of public sector transformation initiatives that have spanned various administrations, but Prime Minister Andrew Holness insists that there is no cause for panic. Addr ...
No new taxes in supplementary budget, says Shaw
MINISTER of Finance and the Public Service Audley Shaw confirmed yesterday that the First Supplementary Estimates for 2016/17 will be tabled in the House of Representatives next Tuesday. The minister, however, denied predictions made by Opposition Leader Portia Simpson Miller, in her New Year&r ...

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