Equality across all sectors would benefit this country in so many ways. Minister Olivia Grange expresses the need for change. It is this change which will immediately put a well-needed balance in our society. Society looks forward to this happening sooner rather than later.
Service station company Rubis has added another energetic business person to their family by allowing Dave Myrie to own their newest station. Even during the pandemic, the Myrie family realized that this is a great time to join the petrol industry. A lifelong dream come true.
Jamaica will soon reopen the doors for our sporting events. The government has shown interest in sports without spectators. Sports lovers will take part by watching streamed events. The good thing is, the players will be able to get back to what they love. Look out for what happens with Champs.
An MOU has been signed between JAMPRO and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade to increase Jamaica's export of goods and services. This is a great step as it will help alleviate our dependency one one main GDB.
Following the Tablet and Laptop Initiative's launch under the theme-A Device for Every Child – Bridging the Digital Divide, the Consulate General of Jamaica, New York, secured approximately USD 150,000 or JMD 21,825,000 towards this important project. According to Consul General Alsion Roach Wilson who thanked key partners and friends, “the initiative, is aimed at […]
Christmas came early for the children of 25 Jamaican Household Workers in need, who have benefitted from a donation of 25 tablets valued at over J$850,000 from the GraceKennedy (GK) Group. The handover of the digital devices took place at the GK Headquarters on Harbour Street in Kingston yesterday and were received by a small […]
In an effort to spread more Christmas joy this year Boom and Food For The Poor have teamed up to gift houses to 10 people through their Tan Ah Yuh Yard initiative to celebrate 10 years.
To put smiles on the faces of children throughout the region, the Sandals Foundation teamed up with Hasbro for a toy drive. This drive keeps with the Foundation's yearly effort to impact children during Christmas. This year, the initiative aligns with the observance of COVID-19 regulations.
In response to the ongoing need to provide Jamaican children with electronic devices such as tablets and laptops for distance learning, Consul General Oliver Mair will host a Christmas fundraising initiative. The event titled “Mek di Pickney Dem Smile” will feature a Virtual Concert and Telethon, to be held on Sunday, December 20th, 6:00 to […]
It's all hands on deck when dealing with this COVID-19 pandemic. This sentiment is no different anywhere and the business stakeholders have decided to assist the government in curtailing the spread of COVID in Negril.
When the public and private sector team up, the people of the public and private sector benefit continuously. This is a working formula that will always affect change.