|Hot idea pays off for Irwin - First high school to utilise solar energy
Hot, sunny days may be a source of nuisance for many Jamaicans but, at Irwin High, it's welcome relief to cool high utility bills. The St James institution will be etched in the history books of Jamaica as the first public school to...
'St Bess' residents urged to help today - Single mom needs a home as hurricane season looms
BLACK RIVER, St Elizabeth: With the hurricane season fast approaching, a single mother with six children in St Elizabeth is in dire need of a roof over her head and is desperately seeking the help of concerned Jamaicans in building a new house before the expected heavy rains in June.
Across the nation
FALMOUTH, Trelawny: A myriad of upscale tourism projects announced by Government are set to begin early next year.According to Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett, the projects estimated to be undertaken over a 10-year period at a cost of US$16 billion...
Food vendors in fear of Clarendon crime
MAY PEN, Clarendon:Food Vendors in Claren-don are now saying they are afraid to sell their goods in the parish for fear they may become the victims of crime.
Mind and Spirit: Transformation on his
Transformation. That is what the Rev Herro Blair Jr is about as he steers Jamaica Youth for Christ into the future. He took office last January after a distinguished career in ministry in the Cayman Islands.