In the immortal words of Gerald Bogle Levy, “Everybody can dance, but a nuh everybody a dancer!” But we’re sure that if he could have seen the dancing prowess and versatility of Kimiko Versatile in the dancehall space, the late great dancing icon would have given her his blessing.
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The ceremonial opening of parliament on Thursday, February 15, marked the formal start of the 2024–2025 legislative year and as usual Governor General Sir Patrick Allen delivered the Throne Speech, outlining a number of programmes and policies to be pursued by the Government in the new fiscal year, which commences on April 1.
Students at the Half -Way Tree Primary School in St. Andrew will soon have a new, fully equipped playground on which they can engage in fun and exciting. The facility is being provided by the Kiwanis Club of Trafalgar, who are currently embarking on a $10 million Park Project Grant. The project, funded by the Kiwanis Division 23 East, aims...
Mothers in one volatile community are using the Restorative Justice Programme to shield their children from the harsh realities of crime. Stay tuned to hear more.
They say the proof of the pudding is in the eating. With that in mind, who better to speak on the impact of restorative justice is having on the judicial system than an active practitioner in the field. Stay with us as Chief Judge of the Parish Courts, Justice Chester Crooks hands down the ruling on Restorative Justice.
On today’s programme, JPs urged to help reduce the murder toll! And later, another Reggae Month Fact!
The Kiwanis Clubs in Jamaica recently launched a behaviour change programme to encourage positive values, attitudes, courtesies, and a strong sense of pride among children and youth. Dubbed PACE for Positive Attitudes, Courtesies and Ethics, the initiative is expected to impact students from approximately 300 early-childhood institutions and primary schools through established Kiwanis service leadership programs such as K-Kids and...
The National Council on Drug Abuse (NCDA) has several initiatives to help parents educate their children about drug use and its harmful effects. The goal is to ensure that parents are equipped with information and trained to have those difficult conversations about substance abuse. NCDA Research Analyst, Uki Atkinson recently sat down with Theodore Henry on the JIS Televisión programme...
Christiana, Manchester the latest area to benefit under the Universal Service Fund’s Community WI-FI Programme, we share the details. And later a reggae month fact
Disabled students making strides in agricultural production.
Prime Minister, Andrew Holness in officially opening the Harbour View to Yallahs Leg of the Southern Coastal Highway Improvement Project, declared St Thomas the new frontier of development. Stay with us as we journey along Jamaica’s newest stretch of roadway.