REMI LARIVIERE, media relations officer, Citizenship and Immigration Canada, has declared that the government of Canada takes any kind of immigration fraud very seriously and will continue to crack down on crooked consultants.
THE ST ANN Parish Library and the National Council for Senior Citizens (NCSC) came in for much praise from educator Keisha-Ann Tingle, regional literacy coordinator with the Ministry of Education Region 3, as yet another group of seniors graduated after completing a computer course at the parish library.
WHILE THE public waits, the Government is even now mulling the future of Jamaica's Cockpit Country, with an assessment of the area's value to the bauxite industry now in hand.
WESTERN BUREAU: The creative juices of Half Moon's sous chef, Omar Sybblis, were unveiled while monetary matters were discussed at the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry's (MCCI) luncheon at the resort's convention centre on Wednesday afternoon.
This year's Arthur Guinness Projects/Ashoka Changemakers Makers of More Summit ended on a high note for social entrepreneurs at London's Oval Space last Thursday night.
The popular Health Home and Garden Expo has officially been rescheduled from its previously announced date, making a switch from the end of this month to the end of May in 2015.
On Tuesday night, the Caribbean Development Bank hosted Caribbean nationals at a reception held at the Jamaican, Canadian Association in Toronto.
An oft-used Jamaican adage, 'encouragement sweetens labour', resonates with Ann Palmer, customer service champion for the Paymaster Jamaica Limited, Greater Portmore, St Catherine location.
Five stalwarts were inducted into the Munro College Old Boys' Association Hall of Fame on Friday, October 17, at the Mona Visitors' Lodge, University of the West Indies, Mona.
As a group of students at the Mandeville Primary and Junior High School in Manchester huddled inside the IT lab for their reading session, their expression was one of relaxation and contentment.
A 40-foot trailer loaded with medical equipment and supplies valued at millions of Jamaican dollars left Orange, New Jersey recently for Ulster Spring, Trelawny.