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World Cancer Day

Roundabout JA | February 2, 2017
On today’s programme, Saturday to be observed as World Cancer Day.
Presenter: Vanessa Silvera
Producer: Vanessa Silvera
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Roundabout JA | January 21, 2020
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has donated one million dollars to the Bustamante Hospital for Children through his Positive Jamaica Foundation. Mr. Holness presented the cheque during a tour and toy distribution visit to the facility on December 22. Among other things the funds will be used to assist with the purchase of monitors for the hospital. Listen to this edition of Round About Ja to get the details.
Presenter: Vaughn Davis
Producer: Vaughn Davis
Roundabout JA | January 21, 2020
On today’s programme ODPEM to launch Public Education Campaign
Presenter: Vaughn Davis
Producer: Twila Wheelan
Roundabout JA | January 21, 2020
A wreath laying ceremony was held on Sunday December 22, at the Zong Monument in Black River, St Elizabeth, to honour and remember the lives of the African slaves who died in the Zong Massacre of 1781. The Zong Massacre saw the throwing overboard of 132 slaves to lighten the slave ship, The Zong, which left the western coast of Africa, bound for Black River with approximately 440 enslaved Africans. Find out more on this edition of Round About Ja.
Presenter: Vaughn Davis
Producer: Vaughn Davis
Roundabout JA | January 15, 2020
Jamaica’s darling and Miss World 2019 and Toni Ann Singh made a grand return to her home parish of St. Thomas on the weekend, energy. Hundreds of residents lined the streets of St. Thomas on Sunday December 22 to catch a glimpse of the woman who for the next year will embody the slogan, Beauty with a Purpose. Get the details here on Round About Ja
Presenter: Vaughn Davis
Producer: Vaughn Davis
Roundabout JA | January 15, 2020
Safety is a big concern especially during the holidays. That’s why the Jamaica Constabulary Force will be deploying the majority of its members during the yuletide season to bolster safety and security in public spaces. Head of the Constabulary Communications Unit CCU, Senior Superintendent of Police SSP Stephanie Lindsay says the number of boots on the ground will include those operating in non-core roles and those in training.
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
Producer: Twila Wheelan
Roundabout JA | January 14, 2020
The American Friends of Jamaica, officially handed over 2 million dollars’ worth of equipment and accessories to the Kingston Public Hospital KPH. The donations include a Cogent Transport Stretcher, eight Tanita Physician Digital Beam Scales, and Mobile Stand with Basket and accessories. Programmes Analyst at the American Friends of Jamaica, Frances Fulton, says the organisation welcomed the opportunity to assist the KPH by providing much needed equipment.
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
Producer: Twila Wheelan