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Ministry Of Health

National Public Health Laboratory

Laboratory Services

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Engineer Assistant1 SOG ST 2

Laboratory Technician1 SOG ST 2

Female Orderly2 LMO TS 2

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Community Nurse 11 NPG RN 4

Nurse 31 NPG RN 3

Nurse Midwife1

Registered Midwife 31 NPG MW 3

Registered Midwife 24 NPG MW 2

Ward Attendant2 TSS HS 2

Orderly8 LMO TS 1

Cook1 LMO TS 3

Kiwanis Maternity Centre

Incumbents seconded to South East Region with effect from January 1, 1999

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Total - Incumbents seconded to South East Region with effect from January 1, 1999

19 Total - Kiwanis Maternity Centre

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Rehabilitation Officer1 SWG PS 3

Hospital Administrator1 GMG AM 2

Secretary 22 OPS SS 2

Medical Records Assistant 21 OPS CR 4

Executive Officer 11 OPS CR 4

Telephone Operator1 OPS TO 2

Security Supervisor1 PTSG PX 3

Sir John Golding Rehabilitation Centre (formerly Mona Rehabilitation Centre)

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Ministry Of Health

Sir John Golding Rehabilitation Centre (formerly Mona Rehabilitation Centre)

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Security Guard7 PTSG PX 1

Dietetic Assistant1 PMG NDT 1

Head Cook1 LMO TS 4

Cook1 LMO TS 3

Linen Room Attendant1 LMO TS 2

Assistant Cook4 LMO TS 2

Laundry Supervisor1 LMO TS 4

Seamstress3 LMO TS 2

Laundry Attendant8 LMO TS 1

Records Officer 11 PIDG RIM 2

Gardener2 LMO TS 1

Driver 11 LMO DR 1

Chief Orderly1 LMO TS 3

Senior Orderly1 LMO TS 2

Male Orderly12 LMO TS 1

Female Orderly16 LMO TS 1

Supervisor1 TSS HS 5

Orthopaedic Maker And Repairer2 TSS HS 4

Orthopaedic Footwear Maker And Repairer1 TSS HS 3

Ward Attendant2 TSS HS 2

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75 Total - Sir John Golding Rehabilitation Centre (formerly Mona

Rehabilitation Centre)

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Director, Post">Kingston School Of Nursing1 Post [# 37610] formerly NPG/RN 8 reclassified with effect from April 1, 2013.

HPC RN 6

Nursing Tutor 28 Eight (8) posts [#s 37611 - 18] formerly NPG/RN 5 reclassified with effect from April 1, 2013.

HPC RN 4

Sister (Assistant Tutor)1 Post [# 37619] formerly NPG/RN 2 reclassified with effect from April 1, 2013.

HPC RN 2

Training Of Staff Nurses And Midwives

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2. St. Andrew Eastern …untapped leadership potential

Mr. Speaker, St. Andrew Eastern has the capacity to provide leadership. We can build on

the constituency’s enormous assets, which include its vibrant business communities,

primary and high schools, institutions such as the University of Technology, Heart VTDI

on Gordon Town Road, the region’s premier teaching hospital (UHWI) and the university

(UWI). We have an awesome opportunity to bring significantly more students from all

over the world to study our culture, our sports, our music, our flora & fauna and our

people. Then there is Papine Square with its bustling marketplace and the awakening

realization that it is the gateway to the Blue and John Crow Mountains, two of our many

landmarks to the rest of the world.

All our communities in St. Andrew Eastern are within comfortable proximity to

universities, thus allowing them the economic benefit of offering varying levels of

student housing, a product on which we are focused for significantly further

development. We have many communities bursting with talent in music, sports &

entertainment.

But, we are not without issues, Mr. Speaker. Unemployment is the number one problem

for our young people and is highest within the persons with disability community. This is

particularly stark when we consider that St. Andrew Eastern has among the largest

communities of persons living with various forms of disabilities. (I want to acknowledge

the students from Lister Mair Gilby School for the Deaf and to say thanks to our

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given via telephone)

January 6, 2004

13 What was the salary increase for councilors

Full grant of access

Media

January 6, 2004

14 Waiver documents associated with Finsac’s Sale of Island Broadcasting Services Ltd. (KLAS FM) to Wilmington Corporation Ltd.

Access granted Media

January 6, 2004

15 Documents detailing the purchase and renovation of house on Bracknell Avenue as residence for Governor of Bank of Jamaica (BOJ).

Partial access granted and remainder of request transferred to BOJ.

Civil Society

January 6, 2004

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Latest financial statement for Swift Purscel Boys Home (Highgate)

Latest financial statement for Maxfield Children’s Home

Latest financial statement for Pringle’s Children’s Home

Latest financial statement for Mt. Olivet Children’s Home

Transferred to Ministry of Health (MOH)

Public

January 6, 2004

20 Number of persons and companies and their names who have received tax relief under provisions of the Urban Renewal (Tax Relief) Act 1995 in the Downtown Montego Bay special development area

Transferred to UDC

Public

January 6, 2004

21 Copy of Accounts of final cost of Government delegation to Non- Aligned Conference in Malaysia2003

Transferred to Cabinet Office

Civil Society

January 6, 2004

22 Government Agencies that gives grants or loans to people to start small businesses

Referred to MIDA

Public

January 7, 2004

23 Waiver documents associated with the sale of HOT 102 FM.

Full access granted

Media

January 8, 2004

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Latest financial statement for John Bosco Children’s Home

Latest financial statement for Sunbeam Children’s Home

Transferred to Ministry of Health (MOH)

Public

January 12, 2004

26 Which politicians received monies from Finsac’s bailout and the amount

Denied (Exempt documents)

Public

January 14, 2004

27 All business and employee tax forms required at year-end

Referred to Jamaica Revenue Service website: www.jrs.gov.jm

Public

January 14, 2004

28 Names of Finsac borrowers over $25M and amount written off.

Denied (Information exempt)

Public

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“We had a lot of Intelligence operatives within Tivoli Gardens.”

6.36. The video and photographic evidence before us showed

unidentified persons involved in erecting barriers and embattlements. No

evidence was adduced of the arrests of any of these persons and we are

therefore not in a position to name or identify them.

6.37. A large number of residents of Tivoli Gardens gave evidence and,

although many of them spoke of seeing barricades in their community, most of

them seemed unwilling to identify persons who blockaded their community. We

were largely confronted with silence and denial on this issue. At best, we were

told by some residents that they saw the barricading on television.

6.38. John Green was typical of the witnesses from Tivoli Gardens. His

evidence on this issue was –

“I see barriers there. I go to my bed, sleep, wake up, I see barriers. I don’t know who put it there.”

He spoke of “daredevils” running around in the community but he did not see

any of them with guns.

6.39. Three residents who stepped beyond the shelters of ambiguity

and/or silence were Palmer">Troy Palmer, McFarlane">Willis McFarlane and Lovette Bryan. McFarlane

explicitly acknowledged the presence of gunmen within the community and he

admitted that the entrances to the community were barricaded. He told us that

he heard that there were gunmen in the community but he did not know any

details. Palmer admitted under cross-examination that he was aware that

residents were erecting “roadblocks” using old cars and debris and sandbags.

Ms. Lovette Bryan was in no doubt that residents of Tivoli Gardens had fortified

the area to protect Christopher Coke and she said so.

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