|Rose Hall embraces sports tourism
ROSE HALL, the scenic tourism corridor on the outskirts of the city of Montego Bay, is poised for sporting excitement in October, with the inaugural staging of the Rose Hall Triathlon and Wellness Festival.
Climate change may affect unplanned country settlements
A group of environmentalists based in western Jamaica are warning of the potential negative impact of global climate change to informal and unplanned settlements in the country.
Pamela Monroe Ellis - Aiming to make a positive difference
A 'craftsman' in the field of auditing at the auditor general's department, Pamela Monroe Ellis knows quite well that it will not be easy to maintain or accelerate the pace set by the man who has left a legacy of excellence at one of Jamaica's key government departments.
Maternal health risks - Family health doctors say more funding required for improvement
MORE FUNDING and urgent supporting legislation are needed in order to reduce deaths and improve maternal health in Jamaica, family health practitioners disclose.
Farewell to the coffee king
Family, friends and colleagues of Keble Aubrey Munn, a man who many hailed as the 'coffee king' bade him farewell at a thanksgiving mass held yesterday at the Sts Peter and Paul's Catholic church in St Andrew. Politicians and other dignitaries came out in their numbers to pay final respect to a man many called a father, friend and employer.