6 Things You Need To Know Today – February 19, 2016

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  1. JLP Launches ‘Credible, Realistic, Practical And Bankable’ Manifesto. Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) leader Andrew Holness yesterday brought a surplus of adjectives to describe the party’s 2016 manifesto he dubbed ‘The Partnership for Prosperity’… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com

  2. We Want Work, Says St Mary Western – Gleaner-Commissioned Poll Shows Unemployment The Biggest Problem In Constituency. The people of St Mary Western have one message to whoever is elected to represent them on February 25: “We want work”… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com

  3. PSOJ To Demand Better Governance. The Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) says that it is positioning itself to be more vocal on issues affecting national development, and it would be demanding better governance from the party that forms the next government… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com

  4. Toyotas Are Theft Proof. For several years, the very features which made the Toyota brand of vehicles the first choice for Jamaican motorists were the same ones that made them a favourite with car thieves… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com

  5. Ricardo Allen Selected For Youth Leaders Of The Americas Initiative. The United States Department of State has selected Jamaica’s Ricardo Allen to participate in the Youth Leaders of the Americas Initiative (YLAI), which was announced by President Barack Obama during his historic visit to the island last April… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com

  6. Scorpions Drop Palmer. First-time Jamaica Scorpions captain, Paul Palmer Jr has been relieved of his duties and dropped from the squad for their seventh round WICB First-Class League encounter fixture against the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force, starting today at Sabina Park… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com

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