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President of the Small Business Association of Jamaica Hugh Johnson is warning against ignoring the value of the small business sector and its importance in fuelling a strong and sustainable economic growth.He told The Gleaner that while the signs...

Reparation advocate and Member of Parliament for Central Clarendon Mike Henry says he has completed a draft of a petition he plans to pursue all the way to the Privy Council against British Monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, in relation to slavery and...

On February 9, it had been revealed by Her Majesty Treasury that a £20-million loan, used to compensate slave owners at the abolition of slavery in 1833, was being paid back up to 2015."In 1833, Britain used £20 million, 40 per cent of its national...

KEY FEMALE figures from industry and academia have given the Government's move to ensure the participation of women and girls in climate change planning and action the nod, while emphacising that taking stock of gender realities is integral to...

Prime Minister Andrew Holness has signalled that the country will bestow a significant honour on his mentor, former Prime Minister Edward Seaga, for his contribution to the development and modification of a range of national institutions. His...

THE KIWANIS clubs of North St Andrew and Eastern St Andrew are doing their bit to help improve Jamaica's capacity to cope with a changing climate, and they're tapping into the ingenuity of youth to make it happen.Yesterday, the clubs launched the...

Several students of the Mona High School in St Andrew were on Thursday afternoon rushed to the University Hospital of the West Indies following an explosion during a scientific experiment.  It is understood that following the...

YOUTHS AGED 12 to 19 have a shot at winning cash, scholarships, and a variety of other prizes with the launch of the Institute of Jamaica's 'Trash to Cash' Earth Day 2018 competition.The categories are: literary, photo, poster, and design model,...

The Reverend Dr Carla Dunbar, known to some as 'the sex pastor', has added two more accolades to her growing list of personal achievements.She was conferred with an honorary doctorate of philosophy  in the humane letters and a Fellow of the Most...

Making reference to the latest statistics showing that there are some 140,000 unattached youth in the country, chairman of the HEART Trust/National Training Agency, Edward Gabbidon, said he intends is to establish new methods of youth empowerment...
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