“One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” - Bob Marley. Music goes far beyond entertainment. Listening to music can make you feel relaxed, and it is also used in medicine. Jamaica is ranked as the happiest country in the Caribbean, and we believe the music is a contributing factor.
Jamaica's Judicial system needs reinforcement and empowerment. With that in mind, Jamaica's Governor-General appointed eight judges to the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals for the Easter Term. The ceremony took place at King's House. Although their task ahead is not easy, each has sworn to represent society's expectation to uphold a stellar justice system.
As part of efforts to bolster the health and safety measures brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, members of the graduating class of 1989 have donated $600,000 to their alma mater, Oberlin High School, to help with sanitation projects. The donation will significantly enhance the ability of the school to meet the stipulated protocols of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information as well as those of the Ministry of Health and Wellness.
There are two sets of people in the world. Those who do what they do because they "have to" and those who do what they do because they are passionate about their craft. Miss Daisy falls in the second category. Miss Daisy is a meticulous and well respected senior farmer with many lessons to teach.
Our Olympic hopefuls and professionals have received a blessing with a new partnership between Supreme Ventures Limited and the Jamaica Olympic Association. The alliance augments current programmes and help to create others.
Our athletes have represented us on the world stage ever since we were allowed to compete internationally. Once Jamaica is in the mix or match, it's game on. But what happens when the competing comes to an end for our athletic ambassadors. How do they manage? We look into these question in this article.
Sound the Abeng! Health and wellness are central focuses of the Maroon lifestyle. Once you understand that, you will have a greater appreciation of who they are. Shawnafi Dynesen is one Maroon who spends her life representing natural healing taught by her elders. Enjoy our ‘Reasoning’.
Being a victim of sexual assault is one of the worst things that can happen to anyone. You are not alone. Support is available for your recovery. Reach out for help. Most of all, understand that you are never at fault. The criminal who did this to you is at fault.
If there is one thing we have learned from the COVID-19 experience, it is that a healthy life is the better way. There are so many freedoms that come with being healthy. We look at the correlations in this article to give you an understanding of being healthy.
The Library of Congress added The Harder They Come to its archives. The addition signifies the cultural significance of the album. The Jamaican movie was the first, and the soundtrack help transport our culture worldwide. A definite cultural treasure!
The government is committed to protecting the rights of its citizens. Minister Johnson Smith expressed this sentiment during the 46th Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council. Children, the elderly, women and persons with disabilities are all focus groups.