How much do you know about the history of Jamaica? Did you now that the small village of Stony Gut was more than just the birthplace of Paul Bogle? Join Good News Jamaica, as we travel Jamaica to broadcast our history. Come share, celebrate, boast and debate our Jamaican culture with us.
Following the Tablet and Laptop Initiative's launch under the theme-A Device for Every Child – Bridging the Digital Divide, the Consulate General of Jamaica, New York, secured approximately USD 150,000 or JMD 21,825,000 towards this important project. According to Consul General Alsion Roach Wilson who thanked key partners and friends, “the initiative, is aimed at […]
One of the most critical moments in your life is when you get to know why you are here in the first place. What did the Creator have in mind when you were a thought? This assignment, we call your 'Why'. Today, we hope you will understand that there is no science to figuring it out. There is just a need for introspection. Are you ready to know your 'why'?
2021 is off to a flying start. We hosted a “Mobile Reasoning” with Miss Abigail Kelly. That is to say; highly acclaimed opera singer (soprano), voice teacher, vocal coach and actress. Pure inspiration will become your reality after hearing what this distinguished Jamaican parentage daughter has to say. You will find your passion, believe in […]
We need to listen to life. Sometimes that means we will have to pause to hear the messages. Never get so busy that you miss your cues which lead you to fulfilling lives. Ignoring the alert can turn out to be quite costly. Just pause and reset. Be happy that you can do it.
The Manpower and Maintenance Services Limited is on a mission of propelling women to break glass ceilings. Their Not-for-profit organization 'M'Power Women's Group' is an entity dedicated to the “upliftment” of women “through work and education.” Read this article to learn more about this initiative.
When black workers of 19th century Jamaica asserted their freedom on December 27, 1831, the Right Excellent Samuel Sharpe fueled their resolve. Our physical emancipation was built on this man's dedication, which he carried until his last breath. Today, Jamaica celebrates the day that ended slavery.
Waste not, want not! We hope you didn't discard the sorrel pulps you used to make the sorrel drink. The sorrel pulps can be used to make a sorrel cake. Yes! True, true. First time hearing about it? No worries, we'll tell you how to make it.
Christmas is tomorrow and everyone knows that Christmas cya keep if sorrel nuh present! If you haven't made any sorrel yet, it's not too late. You can still save Christmas! Just follow the simple steps we've outlined in the article. Go now, do it quick! Let us know how the drink turns out.
Christmas came early for the children of 25 Jamaican Household Workers in need, who have benefitted from a donation of 25 tablets valued at over J$850,000 from the GraceKennedy (GK) Group. The handover of the digital devices took place at the GK Headquarters on Harbour Street in Kingston yesterday and were received by a small […]
In an effort to spread more Christmas joy this year Boom and Food For The Poor have teamed up to gift houses to 10 people through their Tan Ah Yuh Yard initiative to celebrate 10 years.