Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Thursday | January 31, 2013
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LIME executing positive change... in an effort to boost national productivity
The LIME Foundation turned its focus on national productivity and the well-being of LIME Jamaica employees' children when it opened the LIME Foundation Homework Centre on Tuesday, January 29.The centre, brainchild of LIME CEO Garfield Sinclair...

3,000 persons to get free birth certificates
SPANISH TOWN, St Catherine:SOME 3,000 persons from 12 inner-city communities in the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF) Inner-City Basic Services Project are to be provided with free birth certificates, under phase two...

'Jamaica needs independent anti-corruption agency'
A WEST African anti-corruption official has declared that the establishment of a single anti-corruption agency with prosecutorial powers in Jamaica would make a significant difference in the fight against corruption....

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