Slowley lobbies for HEART campus 6:20 pm
MEMBER of Parliament for St Elizabeth North Eastern Delroy Slowley says he intends to lobby the HEART/NSTA Trust to establish a HEART campus or community training institution within the constituency that could train more than 100 youth per year.
Scholarships for students pursuing agricultural studies
Minister of Industry, Investment, and Commerce Audley Shaw (centre), who also has responsibility for agriculture and fisheries, observes as Rio Tinto Alcan Legacy Fund Scholarship Steering Committee member Villet Kelly-Bennett (right), presents a symbolic cheque in the sum of $15.1...
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