In this week’s Get the facts we look at Safe Storage of pesticides and harmful chemicals around the home.
In this week’s edition of Get the Facts we give you tips on what to do at the scene of a motor vehicle accident.
In this week’s Get the facts we take a look at the importance of Immunization as we gear up for Back to School.
On this edition of Get the Facts, we’ll guide you along the process of upgrading your Jamaica Urban Transit Company, JUTC, Smarter Card.
The start of the new academic year is less than three weeks away, bringing lots of activities in homes schools and on the roads.In this edition of Get the Facts, we provide you with a few road safety tips for children to make back to school travelling a safer process.
The Passport Immigration and Citizenship Agency, PICA outlet in Black River, St. Elizabeth was closed at the end of July this year. In this week’s Get the Facts we bring you details on the closure and all you need to know on PICA’s next step.
This week’s Get the Facts takes you to history class as we present a refresher on Jamaica’s Independence.
On the first of August each year Jamaicans observe Emancipation Day in commemoration of the Abolition of Slavery in 1834.
In Jamaica and across the world, marijuana has been widely used for reasons varying from medicine to religion. To legally handle marijuana in Jamaica, whether for medical, scientific or therapeutic purposes, you must have a license. But how do you get one?
What If I told you that one of the keys to fighting non communicable diseases such as hypertension and diabetes was just upstairs or around your back yard? Home Fitness
The National Flag – the black, green and gold – is a symbol of pride for many Jamaicans. This national emblem must be treated with respect at all times. On this week’s edition of Get the Facts we take a look at some of the rules and guidelines governing the proper handling of the Jamaican flag.
Whether you walk, ride, drive or push a hand cart chances are the road is a big part of your daily routine in going to school, work or your favourite hang out spot. As road users, safety comes first, so buckle up for this edition of Get the Facts as we explore safety on our roads.
Ivan, Dennis, Gustav and Dean are just some of the storms and hurricanes that have left a lasting impact on the island during previous Hurricane Seasons. As we continue preparations for the 2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season, how much do you know about hurricanes?
Jerk chicken, roast breadfruit, sweet potato pudding, these are just some of the meals we love to eat from our favourite food establishment. But did you know that a Food handler’s permit is needed before anyone specialising in food preparation can legally operate in Jamaica? Find out how you can obtain a Food handler’s permit on this edition
Starting July 1, low income earners will be able to access increased benefits from the National Housing Trust (NHT).
Parenting does not come with a manual so every parent will tell you that a little extra help is more than appreciated. On today program we share how the National Parenting Support Commission is helping Jamaican parents raise our future leaders.
In today’s programme, we tell you about the role of the Office of the Children’s Registry, OCR, in protecting children
In Today programme we share the role of the Child Development Agency in protecting children
In today’s programme, we take you through the process of applying for a Loan from the Students’ Loan Bureau (SLB).
In today’s programme, we take you through the process of applying for a CSME Skills certificate