Easter Term Update Part 2

The Ministry of Education and Youth is rolling out plans for students at the infant, primary and secondary levels to help improve their academic performances.

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Protecting yourself from Credit Card Fraud

Ecommerce is on the rise in Jamaica, with more and more Jamaicans using the internet to pay for goods and services. The rise in online business has led to increased use of credit cards, but it has also spurred an increase in illegal activities by criminals seeking to compromise the cards.

IT manager at the Consumer Affairs Commission Andrew Evelyn shared some tips for online shoppers to help protect themselves and their credit card information online during a recent interview with host Enthrose Campbell on the JIS discussion programme Get the Facts.

Here’s an Except of that interview.

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Going For Growth, January 17, 2022

Government spending to increase for the current fiscal year with roughly six weeks left. We’ll explain why. Come on, we’re going for growth!

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Online Safety Tips Part 3

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) is encouraging business owners, whose operations are primarily online, to safeguard their personal and/or business information as they conduct transactions online.

We share some safety and security tips for you to consider.

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Update from the Ministry Of Education

We share updates from the Ministry of Education and Youth, about measures in place to keep children safe while they are in the school environment for face-to-face classes.

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NIDS Update- January 10, 2022

The National Identification System (NIDS) is a unique, reliable way of verifying the identity of every Jamaican and the government is looking to begin its roll-out this year!

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Easter Term Back To School Part 1

10 infant schools, 568 primary schools and 30 secondary schools resumed face-to-face classes for the Easter Term, which started on Monday, January 3.

Learn more about what happened during the first week of school.

 

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Online Safety Tips Part 2

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) is encouraging you to make your personal safety and security a top priority as you conduct business transactions online.

We share some safety and security tips for you to consider.

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Online Safety Tips Part 1

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) is encouraging you to make your personal safety and security a top priority as you conduct business transactions online.

We share some safety and security tips for you to consider.

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CAC Redress Policy

Christmas has now come and gone. All gifts have been distributed and people are most likely taking the time to enjoy the tangible I love you’s they received. But what if the gift you received or items you purchased are not working as expected?

IT manager at the Consumer Affairs commission Andrew Evelyn recently spoke with Enthrose Campbell, host of the JIS’s discussion programme Get the Facts, to outline the agency’s redress policy, which seeks to help consumers resolve disputes with business owners.

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Safety Tips For The Festive Season Part 2

As we go through the final days of the year 2021 and make plans for the start of a new year, the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) is encouraging you to make your personal safety and security a top priority.

We share some safety and security tips for you to consider.

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Safety Tips For The Festive Season Part 1

What are your plans for the holiday season? How is the execution of your plans going?

Well, while you and your loved ones move around to get all the plans in place for the last month of the year 2021, the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) is encouraging you to be extra vigilant for the festive season.

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Christmas dinner tips for vegans

Christmas is in the air, and it means food, presents and spending time with family. A typical Jamaican Christmas dinner usually involves ham, baked chicken, beef, chicken foot soup and so on.

But what if you don’t eat meat? does it mean you cannot enjoy a nice Christmas dinner?

Today author of the book Auntie JoJo’s goes Vegan, Jo Ann Richards Goffe, shares some meal ideas for persons who don’t eat meat.

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CPFSA Grant A Wish Programme

For the second year in a row, persons will have the opportunity to provide children in state care a gift from their wish list.

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CAC Christmas online shopping tips

The Christmas season is upon us, and many persons are now busy shopping for gifts for friends, family and Co-workers. With online shopping now widespread in Jamaica it’s very important to put measures in place to protect yourself and your money online.

IT manager at the Consumer Affairs Commission Andrew Evelyn shared some tips to help consumers do so during a recent interview with host Enthrose Campbell on our discussion programme Get the Facts.

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