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Motorbikes and Much Excitement at Boys’ Town

When the students of Boys’ Town Infant and Primary school arrived at school last Friday, they had no idea what was in store for them. A few hours into their otherwise routine school day, the students rushed out of their classrooms to the roar of seven powerful motorbikes. The Charles Hyatt Foundation and Team Revline Raving […]

The UWI Chorale Wows For A Cause

The University of the West Indies (UWI) Chorale presented their annual concert season last weekend. Under the theme “Spectrum of Hope 3.0”, the group of talented young performers highlighted autism awareness in Jamaica, donating the concert proceeds to the Jamaica Autism Support Association. The series of performances were held at the Philip Sherlock Centre for […]

Joint Task Force to Fight Transnational Crime

On Monday March 19, the Defence Attaché Office of the United States Embassy in Jamaica hosted a cocktail reception aboard the 210 foot long U.S. Coast Guard Cutter RESOLUTE, which recently docked at the Kingston Wharves. The event was held to commemorate the signing of an official agreement between the U.S. Southern Command in Miami […]

Five Good Things to Know about Solar Energy in Jamaica

One thing we as Jamaicans can all agree on – sun hot! Sounds like stating the obvious right? But that same hot sun is very important to our survival. Not only is the sun an energy source for our plants to photosynthesize (make food) but it can also be a useful energy source for us. […]

Pioneers (Part 2) – Jamaica: The Space For Young Developers

In my previous article “Jamaicans as Technological Pioneers” I explored different development in Jamaica which could stand up to the test in the rest of the world.  This time around, I explore Jamaica’s young developers and the ground they are shaking. Christopher Gayle (no, not the cricketer) is a young Jamaican tech developer, who has […]