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Jamaica's Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller Announces State Visit By United States President Barack Obama.

The Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Portia Simpson Miller is pleased to announce that His Excellency Barack Obama, President of the United States of America, will pay a State Visit to Jamaica on 9th April 2015. 230 more words

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The Big Disrespect of Dennis Brown.

So reggae month has come and gone. It might has well had been called “Bob Marley’s month”, as apart from 18 Karat Reggae, no other outlet paid any kind of respect to any other of the great reggae achievers. 400 more words

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Message for Bob Marley 70th from Jamaica's Prime Minister, Portia Simpson.

The most Honorable Portia Simpson, Prime Minister of Jamaica has a message for ALL Jamaicans on Bob Marley’s 70th birthday. Whether you or PNP or JLP, this message is for you. 437 more words

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NHT CANNOT CREATE ANY MORE SINS

                    PM Simpson Miller  expanded on her answer, stating that she had been advised by the board of the NHT that their decision to purchase the property at Orange Grove in Trelawny, and not the attraction known as Outameni Experience, “was firmly grounded in the National Housing Trust Act of 1979”.

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"FIX IT JESUS". Jesus replies..."I CAN'T.."

… the GDP has been reduced…..we are doing less with more money…..we have now stopped the 14 consecutive quarters  of negativity……PM Portia Simpson.

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Nationwide News Network is useless.

One of the main complaints against prime minister Portia Simpson-Miller is her indifference to the Jamaican media. This was highlighted especially by two bloggers, Jay over at Commonsense Jamaica… 944 more words

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Gay Jamaicans launch legal action over island's homophobic laws

Landmark case seeks to abolish colonial-era ‘buggery’ laws and stop murders and violent attacks on Caribbean homosexuals, as Owen Bowcott and aya Wolfe-Robinson report in this article by London’s Guardian. 959 more words

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