Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | April 20, 2014
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Housing on wheels
The National Housing Trust (NHT) has officially gone mobile. The government organisation mandated with providing housing financing and solutions unveiled its first mobile unit in Mile Gully, Manchester, last Wednesday, under the patronage of Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller.

New rules test drivers
The battles promise to be hot and electrifying on Easter Monday. Only the best prepared and reliable cars are expected to survive the intense rivalry at the Carnival of Speed meet, which officially gets under way tomorrow at Dover Raceway, St Ann.

Hard road in Japan - Long process to driver's licence for Jamaicans
Some Jamaicans now living in Japan, who aced the driving test at home, are finding it hard to do so in the Land of the Rising Sun, forcing them to give up on getting a driver's licence there. Claiming frustration with the Japanese driving exam, they have resigned themselves to the bicycle or train.


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