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Protecting Jamaican Bananas

As Jamaica moves to implement measures to address the potential threat of the Tropical Race 4 (TR4) disease, which affects bananas, plantains and Heliconia, the national task force, assigned by the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries held its first official meeting at the Ministry’s Hope Gardens offices. Taskforce meets on Tropical Race 4 […]

All-Inclusive Festival – Rebel Salute 2020

My outlook on Jamaica as a British Jamaican – PART 2 // Identity and Culture

Hopefully, you have read part 1 of my blog series ‘Welcome Home’. In part 2, I talk more about celebrating identity, my cross-cultural identity as a Black British and how it’s perceived overseas. Read part 1 first then continue on to part 2. Identity Clash – Who Am I? I have never watched so much […]

Why UNESCO was right to declare reggae a cultural treasure

Johnson Smith Brainstorms How To Boost Trade-In The Commonwealth

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator the Honourable Kamina Johnson Smith will join 52 Trade Ministers within the Commonwealth grouping, to explore strategies to boost trade with a special focus on inclusive and sustainable trade and the Connectivity Agenda across the Commonwealth. This Second Meeting of the Commonwealth Trade Ministers will be held […]

All-Inclusive Festival – Rebel Salute 2020

Health Ministry Moves Against Trans Fats

The Ministry of Health and Wellness is on a mission to ensure that the people of Jamaica are living healthier lives. Jamaica has endorsed the Action Plan to Eliminate Trans-fatty Acids from Industrial Production 2020-2025, which was approved by the 57th Directing Council of the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) this week.

Ten Children at BHC to Benefit from Cardiac Surgery