The Steak House on The Veranda honoured the Jamaica Hockey Federation’s Field Hockey teams to celebrate their next challenge in the Central America and Caribbean qualifiers.
Gender equality has been a long-standing struggle for centuries. Today, we honour the women of globally who continue to make progress toward ensuring that future generations are not exposed to the same gender disparities as previous and current generations.
A woman’s choice to give birth is the foundation of our civilization. Why don’t we utilize it as a foundation for appreciating the value of every woman we know? Treat women as equals who deserve to be treated fairly.
Captain I CAN and the I CAN family are on a mission to leave an indelible impression on the lives of our children. With the 60-school trip marking Jamaica’s 60th anniversary, team Captain I CAN hopes to expand their positive influence and effect with each school on the tour.
The long awaited final of Echoes of Sound System saw Kush International and Ruff Cut going to war musically to see who would be crowned the champion sound. At the end of the sound war, Ruff Cut sound emerged winners.
A 35-piece orchestra has never been staged before in Jamaica until now. Gracing the stage with this orchestra is international reggae artist Sizzla. Reggae month 2022 has set the bar with this epic performance that will live on for years to come.
The 2nd semi-final of the Echoes of Sound System clash has been completed. The two sounds remain for what promises to be a HOT showdown in the finals. Kush International and Ruff Cut Sound will battle to see who get the crown for the Reggae Month 2022 Echoes of Sound System Its A Dancehall Thing!
Where were you for the first of two semi-final rounds in the Echoes of Sound Systems clash? The encounter between Ruff Cut and Nexxt Level sound systems was sizzling.
How many of us are knowledgeable about the period that Jamaica was a member of the West Indies Federation of 1956? A group of seasoned musicians and historians of that era shared their experiences of our music and culture throughout that period.
The handing over of tablets depicts hope for our youth. Due to the current pandemic student’s education has been affected as a result of the lack of electronic devices that hinder their ability to take part in online courses. With the help of numerous donors, the Ministry of Education and Youth is gradually improving the lives of our children with the one laptop, one tablet per child initiative.