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Shaw enters the Rainforest

Finance Minister Audley Shaw and a team from his ministry and the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) yesterday toured Rainforest Seafoods’ 30,000 square-foot processing plant at Slipe Road in Kingston, where they received a first-hand look at the operations of the Caribbean’s largest supplier of premium quality seafood. 87 more words

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Jamaica's 2017 National Leadership Prayer Breakfast Launched

Courtney Campbell (left), president and CEO Victoria Mutual Building Society (VMBS) Group, engages in an animated discussion with (from second left) Claudette Pious, executive director Children First; Viviene Bailey Hay, chief corporate affairs and communications at VMBS Group; and Rev Dr Stevenson Samuels, chairman National Leadership Prayer Breakfast. 129 more words

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Transformational Leadership Through God Can Bring About Vision 2030

Transformation among leadership ranks is the primary focus of the 37th National Leadership Prayer Breakfast (NLPB) to be staged at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel on Thursday, January 19. 228 more words

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Swimming Boss Backs Rainforest Seafoods Ambassador Alia Atkinson for Sportswoman Prize

Amateur Swimming Association of Jamaica (ASAJ) President Handel Lamey is throwing full support behind swimming standard bearer Alia Atkinson, whom he is hoping will win her second RJR Sports Foundation National Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year Award next month. 242 more words

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A New Day For Arcadia Basic School

RELIEF has come for parents with children enrolled at the Arcadia Basic School in St Thomas as a new building, donated by Food For the Poor (FFP) Jamaica, has not only provided better learning facilities but also eliminated the payment of tuition fees. 357 more words

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200 Golden Agers Feted By Food For The Poor

Christmas came early for 200 seniors from Clusters D and G at the Golden Age Home in Vineyard Town, Kingston, yesterday. They were treated at the Yuletide festivities that Food For The Poor (FFP) stages annually for them. 342 more words

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