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Jamaican Students in Cuba to Receive Needed Shipment

After a bit of a wait, the Jamaican students that are in Cuba will finally receive care packages and essentials. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade has worked with Corporate Jamaica to fill the shipment.

Judges to ‘Ensure robust, effective and impartial judgement’

Governor-General Sir Patrick Allen has encouraged newly sworn Judges to the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court to continue to ensure robust, effective and impartial administration of justice. Speaking at the Swearing-in ceremony at King’s House on Wednesday, September 15, 2021, Sir Patrick said, “It is your responsibility to assure the public that your […]

Sandals Foundation’s Care for Kids Scholarship

It takes the big heart of an organization to recognize the need for students to continue their education and not have to worry about how. The Sandals Foundation has created a programme that covers the cost of tuition, books, uniforms, annual medical and tutoring. This type of mindset is the giving back that makes investors happy.

WGIA Hosts The AI4IA Global Gathering in Sep.

2nd Annual Artificial Intelligence for Information Accessibility (AI4IA) Conference Highlights the International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI).

School’s In Session and Edufocal is Ready

Students have another company that is thinking of how to keep them all engaged. EduFocal now is available to those who don't have data and are eager to learn and prepare for PEP.

Terrelonge proud of Paralympic Team

The representation of the Paralympic team during the 2020 Olympics is something to make you smile. They put out the Jamaican best, and we are proud to see them in black, gold, and green. We salute you all.

Research Underway at Two St Ann Fish Sanctuaries

To better understand the ideal conditions for fish and conch's in the Parish of St. Ann, the Jamaica Conservation Partners have issued two grants to local organizations. The grant is to last over two years.

University Student Wins Jamaica 60 Design Competition

Jamaica commemorates her 60th Independence with the launch of a 60th Logo Competition. Bobby Smith, a student of UWI Mona, won the competition with a prize of US$2,500.

Jamaica’s New Permanent Representative to the United Nations

The years of service that Brian Wallace has lived has new dividends. He has been appointed the new Permanent Representative to the United Nations. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade made the announcement.

Virtual Symposium In Honour Of Marcus Garvey

The unification of our people is the only way to take control of our experiences. As Marcus Garvey taught, we will understand just how powerful our vice is when we depend on ourselves. This understanding is the sentiment of the symposium hosted by the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment, and Sport in collaboration with the Jamaican Consul in Namibia.

Real Life Returns to TVJ for the Second Season

Sundays nuh good again, because Denvo and Kiki are back for season number 2 of "Real Life". Would you please sit back and relax as you enjoy the journey? These two influential personalities lead you through loads of fun and exploration of our unique rock.

NWC And M&M Jamaica Limited Partner To Facilitate Skills Development For Young Engineers

The NWC and M & M Jamaica Jamaica have partnered again to develop the skills among young engineers. The program involves a six-month internship of students and recent engineer graduates deployed to work on significant projects.