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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. In the words of Charles Hyatt, 'Eat, Walk and Live Good News.'

WORLD OF TECH – OPEN DAY

The future is now and it is fueled by Tech. That's the way CUSO wants young Jamaicans to Think, Imagine and Create. The World of Tech was launched to day at the great Wolmer's Boys School.

Hennessy Artistry: Dancehall Acoustic

Setup to be a cool relaxed night with the stars....NOT!!! The Fire man and Jah Vinci were set to blaze a new path into the hearts of all in attendance. Hennessy Artistry: Dancehall Acoustic started the Christmas season with more heat and More Fiya!!!!

Queens of Reggae Island Honorary Ceremonies (QORIHC)

Last Saturday, the atmosphere of the Courthleigh Auditorium vibrated with excitement and anticipation at the beginning of the ceremony. This year was the fourth staging of QORIHC which aims to honour and recognize hard-working female industry players.

National Heroes’ Day

We are who we are today because of selfless many who toiled before us. These individuals envisioned life beyond oppression and slavery. Not only did they devote their lives to ensuring that their vision came to fruition, but some were also imprisoned while others were killed. Today we refer to these valiant individuals as our “heroes”.

Service ABOVE Self: Mr Sewell and Miss Walford

Chevon Sewell and La Shawn Walford are both student volunteers who attend the University Of Technology, Jamaica and Nothern Caribbean University, respectively. These two students travel to Boys Town Primary and Infant School every Friday to give free Mathematics lessons to the grade six students.

Shelly-Ann Cawley: The Powerhouse

We likkle but wi talawah!!! This is a perfect statement when remembering Shelly-Ann Cawley. She is a powerhouse like no other and is a world renowned professional who we all should look up to.

Windrush Generation: Michael Elliot’s Perception

Seventy years ago, 492 Caribbean nationals migrated to Britain aboard the HMT Empire Windrush. This fairy-tale soon turned into a nightmare as many were deported or detained.

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.

Straight Talk with Michael Elliot

Recently, one of Jamaica's most talented artists volunteered to empower and 'reason' with the Grade 6 Geniuses of Boys Town Primary. The children were left inspired and motivated. Thank you Michael!

Overcoming Fear and Seizing Opportunities

If you are afraid of failure, you might be uncomfortable setting goals and accepting new opportunities. Fear can often be opportunities in disguise. It is imperative that we do not allow it to conquer us nor stop us from achieving our goals.