On this week’s healthline, COVID-19 vaccines available to all Jamaicans over 18.
On this week’s edition of Career Talk, Bar Supervisor at the Rock House Hotel in Negril, Gossett Brown Jnr shares insights into the career of bartending and mixology.
Persons with disabilities encouraged to join the Jamaica Council for Persons with Disabilities to access benefits.
Acting Director General at the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management
(ODPEM), Richard Thompson, recently sat down with host of JIS Tv’s Get The Facts, Enthrose Campbell,, to discuss how Jamaicans can ensure Hurricane preparedness.
Several hospitals in red zone as bed spaces run low, BPO industry records 15 percent increase in employment and Government working to improve support to students in Cuba.
Ministry of Agriculture to continue its fodder bank programme to help dairy farmers produce year round.
More St. Ann communities join National Plastic Bottle Separation Drive.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness says Portmore is positioned to secure parish status.
Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries to reintroduce dairy farming in schools across the island.
The Global Services Sector (GSS) Project which began in 2019 is progressing steadily. The aim of the project is to upskill the Jamaican workforce to take advantage of jobs in the outsourcing sector.
Students at the Little Bay Primary and Infant School who sat this year’s Primary Exit Profile (PEP) examinations performed excellently, with more than 80 per cent receiving passes for a school of their choice.
This week on Duh Road, we’re breaking down the recently announced changes for the Linstead Transport Centre and the wider transportation network in the town.
The Maxfield Park Children’s Home in Kingston to be repurposed into a Centre of Excellence for Childcare residential and outpatient services in the country