The Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment, through the Tourism Product Development Company –TPDCo- has embarked on a Language Skills Training Programme, aimed at equipping persons within the industry in conversational Russian and Spanish.
More Jamaicans now have access to the internet as the government recently opened its 160th Information and Communication Technology, ICT centre in Potsdam District, in St. Elizabeth.
Approximately 4 thousand residents in Rose Town, Kingston are benefitting from improved roads, water supply, and sewage systems the completion of a 2 million US dollar project in their community
Graduates finding it difficult to enter the labour force can now breathe a sigh of relief following the roll out of the National Youth Service NYS Graduate Work Experience Programme GWEP
Eleven year old grade six student of Watford Hill Primary School, in Eastern Hanover, Clinton Brown, is the 2013/2014 Youth Mayor for Hanover
Several activities are taking place across the island in observance of November as Local government and Community development month. The activities aim to engage and inform persons on the roles and responsibility of the local government
Some 20,000 residents in south western St. Andrew and its environs will be benefiting from improved health services with the upgrading and renovation of the Oak Glade Health Centre
Brown’s Town Community College “Students Earning Opportunities Drive’
In observance of November as Science and Technology, S&T month, the Scientific Research Council will be putting on a number of activities geared towards highlighting the use of science and Technology in everyday life.
Residents of Trench Town will be showcasing their skills and creativity at the inaugural Trench Town Trade and Investment Fair on Saturday November 16.
The rehabilitation of the Moreland Hill Primary School in Westmoreland… and in glimpses of Jamaica… duppy umbrella
Twenty-seven residents of Allman Town in Kingston, have successfully completed a four-day decorative painting course, which was carried out by the Ministry of Finance and Planning, in collaboration with global paint company, Sherwin-Williams
This as the nation celebrates Veterans’ Day Sunday, November 10, with the annual Memorial Day ceremony at the War Memorial Epitaph, National Heroes Park Jamaicans will once again honour its stalwarts who served the country in World War II.
Efforts to rehabilitate near three hundred community catchment tanks…
October 26 – November 2 is being commemorated as Fire Safety Awareness Week.
The Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) on October 24 conducted a dry run of a designated bus lane on the Mandela Highway from 6 to 9 am, as part of plans to reduce traffic congestion during peak hours.
Over t he years, thousands of Jamaicans have benefitted from the services provided by the Atlanta/Montego Bay Sister Cities Annual Health Mission.
Several sponsors have come on board to participate in this year’s Jamaica Information Service Heritage Essay competition.