We bring you another HOPE update on today’s programme.
Ground has been broken for the construction of 230 housing units in South West St. Andrew, as part of the Foreshore Estate housing development.
On this week’s programme, we give some math tips to parents.
The Government has earmarked some 9 million dollars to boost air quality management this year.
What you need to know this week.
Damian Jr Gong Marley recounts his latest Grammy win.
On Adulting 101 today. we give you some budgeting tips.
According to data from the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), youth are perpetrators and victims of a significant percentage of criminal activities, with 2017 statistics indicating that 86 young persons were arrested for murder, 78 for shooting and 148 for robbery.
Manager of the Poverty Eradication Coordination Unit at the PIOJ, Shelly Ann Edwards, recently visited JIS Radio’s Studio 58A, where she outlined some of the focus areas of the poverty reduction programme. She was speaking with host Vaughn Davis.
The Mandela Highway Improvement Project is about 75 per cent complete.
The Outsource2Jamaica Symposium and Expo was put on by the Business Process Industry Association of Jamaica (BPIAJ) and its members and partners, including JAMPRO.
The Sutherland Community Technology Center (CTC) recently hosted its 2nd graduation ceremony for 2018 for 260 persons who were certified during the March to December 2017 period.
Just over a month ago, gas distributer IGL Limited became the first company in Jamaica to introduce liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a source of fuel for its trailers.
A stakeholder working group has been formed in the St. Catherine North Police Division in an effort to sustain the positive results of the State of Public Emergency in the area.
Minister of Local Government and Community Development, Desmond McKenzie, says the Government will be pumping 150 million dollars into improving the aesthetic appeal of markets across the island.
We give you information on the Agri-Linkage Exchange Platform
What you need to know this week on WYNK
Today we’ll be borrowing 5 minutes of your time to help you use the rest of your hours a little better.
We recap Dr. Clarke’s presentation at the 10th Labour Market Forum on today’s programme.
Data from the latest National Education Inspectorate (NEI) Report has revealed that many Jamaican schools have made improvements in a number of key areas, including leadership, school governance and student learning.