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Young People Combatting The Effects Of Climate Change

Roundabout JA | October 5, 2015
On today’s programme, Young people combatting the effects of climate change
Presenter: Vanessa Silvera
Producer: Vanessa Silvera
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Roundabout JA | October 11, 2019
Residents of Top Hill and Retirement District in Malvern, St. Elizabeth, now have access to free potable water, following the opening of two water shops in the parish. The two communities are the latest to benefit under the Government’s initiative which involves setting up tanks and a storage facility to ease water shortage.
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
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Roundabout JA | October 10, 2019
Students of the Caribbean Christian Centre for the Deaf (CCCD) now have the benefit of a community access point CAP, with the provision of Internet and other computer-related services. The centre, the newest of 312 to be established across the island, is outfitted with 15 desktop computers, one Internet broadband server and supporting network capability. The facility was established by the Universal Service Fund, USF at a cost of approximately 7.6 million dollars.
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
Producer: Twila Wheelan
Roundabout JA | October 9, 2019
Prime Minister Andrew Holness says the government is working to procure new pipelines to replace older water mains in the areas of Olympic and Molynes Gardens and the wider western St. Andrew area. The pipelines are over 60 years old and can no longer effectively carry the pressure and volume of water flowing through them, without breaking. Prime Minister Andrew Holness says the line that runs along Spanish Town Road is in need of attention due to its fragile state.
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
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Roundabout JA | October 8, 2019
Prime Minister Andrew Holness, has announced that upgrades to Penwood High School in West Central St. Andrew will begin in short order. Among the renovations being targeted are improvements to the auditorium, staff room and general administrative building as well as the addition of new classrooms. The Prime Minister says the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information has already scoped the project and the design plans have been submitted.
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
Producer: Twila Wheelan
Roundabout JA | October 7, 2019
This year Customer Service Week, which runs from Sunday October 6 to Saturday October 12 is being observed under the theme: Service Excellence: Our Service Our Life. This year’s theme was selected not only to highlight the importance of customer service but to go beyond that concept to the idea of service excellence. Deputy Chairman of the Jamaica Customer Service Association Richard Rowe says service excellence affects both businesses and the lives of who they serve. He says employers are also being encouraged to use the week to celebrate customer service providers in their organisations.
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
Producer: Twila Wheelan
Roundabout JA | October 7, 2019
The Seville Heritage Expo is coming to the Seville Heritage Park in St. Ann on Wednesday October 16, promising excitement and a culturally educational experience for patrons. What started as a small open day cultural celebration 22 years ago has morphed into an iconic cultural event attracting 4000 patrons last year alone. Heritage Event Consultant for the Expo Joan Seagears says this year the expo will target schools and young people in an effort at raising cultural awareness and interest.
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
Producer: Twila Wheelan