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Approximately 160,000 additional jobs are expected to be created during the production stage of a newly patented nutraceutical being championed by the National Commission on Science and Technology. The product, Zon Teason, which was a plant...

The police have issued a High Alert for St Catherine siblings 10-year-old Roxanne Willie and 12-year-old Marlon Willie, both of Cockings Hill district, Guys Hill, who have been missing since yesterday morning. Roxanne and Marlon are of...

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) will be increasing expenditure under the X Marks the Spot School Crosswalk Campaign being implemented by the Jamaica National (JN) Foundation. Country Representative, UNICEF Jamaica, Mariko...

Western Bureau: Alando Terrelonge, state minister in the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information, is calling on parents, early childhood practitioners, and other caregivers to apply discipline with love to the children in their care, saying...

WESTERN BUREAU: Residents of St James are being urged to be more proactive in protecting children from predators, especially in light of a number of recent highly publicised cases of child abuse and murder across the country. Montego Bay Mayor...

The Jonathan Grant High School and Spanish Town Primary and Infant School in St Catherine will benefit from structural and aesthetic improvements on Labour Day. The work will be spearheaded by the JN Foundation in collaboration with other companies...

Minister of Transport and Mining Robert Montague says the Government will be implementing a number of measures aimed at ensuring order on the nation’s roadways. He said that “very soon”, video surveillance will be utilised to nab persons who...

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) will be increasing expenditure under the ‘X Marks the Spot’ school crosswalk campaign being implemented by the Jamaica National (JN) Foundation. Mariko Kagoshima, country representative, UNICEF Jamaica,...

Deaf Can! the social enterprise that seeks to equip, engage and empower persons within the deaf community through its mobile cafés, has given two thumbs up to the National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited (NCB)mPOS card reader that recently became...
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