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Youths Tell the GG Their Vision for Jamaica

Students from high schools and tertiary institutions in the county of Middlesex had the opportunity to share their concerns, dreams, aspirations and vision for Jamaica with Governor-General, His Excellency the Most Honourable Dr. Patrick Allen, at a youth consultative breakfast, … Continued

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Children Urged to Demand that Rights are Protected

Parent Educator with the Rural Family Support Organisation (RUFAMSO), Hyacinth Pinnock, has called on Jamaica’s children to demand that their rights to life and safety are protected at all times. She was addressing students of the Vere Technical High School … Continued

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Protecting Children in Cyberspace

The Internet, cyberspace, represents one of the greatest technological advancements of the 20th century and plays an important role in all aspects of life but most importantly communication, education, commerce and entertainment. It has radically changed global social interactions. Many … Continued

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South St. James Gets Cracking on Labour Day Projects

The Blue Hole Nature Park, located in South St. James, has been chosen as one of four Labour Day projects to be given national focus, under the National Labour Day theme, “Volunteerism, Intervention, Beautification and Empowerment for Success (VIBES).” The … Continued

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NYS to Offer IT Training

The National Youth Service (NYS) will be offering Information Technology (IT) training to participants, with the establishment of three state-of-the-art computer laboratories at its camp sites. Funding for the project, costing some US$316,000, has been made possible through an agreement … Continued

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