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    Feature | October 28, 2019
    More and more persons are opting to strike out on their own instead of looking for a nine to five. And those who are in gainful employment are choosing to start side hustles to help achieve financial freedom. Whatever your reason for starting a business, at some point you will need some guidance. For that purpose there’s no better to place to turn than the Jamaica Business Development Corporation JBDC. Listen to this programme to learn more.
    Presenter: Andrae Palmer
    Producer: Andrae Palmer
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    Feature | December 5, 2019
    The Grand Old Lady of Downtown, Kingston, the Ward Theatre is scheduled for reopening by the end of 2020. The 107 year old national monument is undergoing refurbishing works being overseen by the Kingston and St Andrew Municipal Corporation and the Ward Theatre Foundation. Listen to this feature to get the updated on works being carried out on this famous.
    Presenter: Vanessa Silvera
    Producer: Vanessa Silvera
    Feature | December 4, 2019
    The Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ) says Jamaica has a window of opportunity for major economic growth due to the current demographic dividend. But what does all that mean? Listen to this programme to find out more.
    Presenter: Anthony Morgan
    Producer: Anthony Morgan
    Feature | December 4, 2019
    Eye on Justice is a 5 minute radio programme brought to you by the Ministry of Justice, focusing on the Justice Sector. On this edition we talk discuss the Ministry's intention to roll out an important piece of legislation that will affect the treatment of children who come into conflict with the law. Listen to this edition of EYE on Justice to learn more
    Presenter: Twila Wheelan
    Producer: Twila Wheelan
    Feature | December 4, 2019
    Presenter: Kalilah Enriquez Reynolds
    Producer: EximBankJA
    Feature | December 4, 2019
    Presenter: Various Artiste
    Producer: MOF&PS
    Feature | December 2, 2019
    The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information wrapped up an eventful Youth Month calendar in November under the theme Jamaican Youth R LIT: Leading, Inspiring and Transforming our World.” The National Youth Policy 2017-2030 was also launched. Listen to State Minister, Alando Terrelonge at his visit JIS Radio’s Studio 58A to shed light on the importance of a national policy guiding youth development with host, Vanessa Silvera.
    Presenter: Vanessa Silvera
    Producer: Vanessa Silvera