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Tiffany Janice McLeggon

Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in Heaven. It is important that we let our lives be a positive example to the people we encounter. Everything that I am and everything that I do should reflect the glory of God.

Global Reggae Nights Left Audiences In A Trance Of Love

Two nights of impeccable performances. This concert shows how Jamaica invited the world to #ComeKetchDdRiddim for Reggae Month. Virtual audiences enjoyed Reggae Month's Global Reggae Nights and had a ball rocking, dancing, singing and commenting.

Emancipation Square: The Heart of the Nation’s History

Our history has become an intricate aspect of black history. Our effort to celebrate that history speaks volumes to our respect for the makers of it. So, we use every day to pay tribute to the happenings which shaped our now. Let's look at some physical structures and discuss their significance to our today.

Connected to Our Past: Facing Our Strong History and Ourselves

The more you know about your history, the better you can prepare for the future. It's also one of the best ways to understand ourselves. A lot of who we are comes from who came before us, so get to know by being curious.

Basil Dawkins: The Lauded Playwright

What can we say about a man who has done it all in his profession? Nothing really, you have to sit, listen, learn and enjoy the moment when you meet him face to face. We had such a moment when we sat with Basil Dawkins. We hope you enjoy part one as much as we did. Don't forget to check our YouTube Channel (Good News Jamaica TV) for part 2 soon.

The Binding Factor of Football

Football is said to have the power to bring people from all walks of life together. Football, in the words of avid fans, is "a lifestyle". We had a reason with some football enthusiasts. What you'll find in this article will either deepen your love for the sport or spark an interest.

The Story Behind Stony Gut

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.

M’Power Women’s Group: Uplifting Women Through Work and Education

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.

Turn Yuh Hand Mek Fashion: Sorrel Cake from Sorrel Pulp

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.

The Amazing, Forever Loved Jamaican Sorrel Drink

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.

Jamaican Christmas Fruit Cake

The artiste who goes by the name Beenie Man said, "Christmas come but only once a year. But this year, this year, yuh betta find some other gear. Pull up yuh sock and steer yuh career." Well, even though this year is DIFFERENT, we still have traditions that must be adhered to. Christmas cake is one. What do you say?

Tradition, Christmas and Memory Lane: Jamaican Style

If you're Jamaican, then you know Christmas cya keep without sorrel and fruit cake. Christmas in Jamaica is something you have to experience to be able to relate to. Every Jamaican and Jamaican at heart knows that there are certain things such as family dinners and grand market that makes Christmas merry. What other traditions do you follow?

End the Stigma: HIV is not a Death Sentence

We can all help end HIV stigma through our words and actions in our everyday lives. We all have an important role in reducing stigma and discrimination by offering support and speaking out to correct myths and stereotypes about HIV. Let us lead others with our supportive behaviours.