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What exactly is the windrush generation? What does it mean? And what is all the fuss about? We answered but also disected it to provide a clearer understanding.
I woke up to his message on JIS and thought I'd share it with you as we celebrate Labour Day 2019 here in Jamaica. We have a proud and rich heritage to
Travelling or vacationing in Jamaica? Worried about making some costly mistakes? Lucky you... here are my top tips on what NOT to do in Jamaica.
Protecting the environment is even more important for us in Jamaica because we depend on tourism for jobs - economy inevitably grows when tourism does
Real question... Are there any good Jamaican men left? Oh yes! And not an ordinary man either. Meet Winston Barr, double amputee, who is inspiring lives
Wellesley: I am so excited to be a part of you page. I recently visited Jamaica and spent about 2 weeks taking care of business and doing some site seeing.
The Jamaica Agricultural Society (JAS) Hanover Association of Branch Societies (HABS), the pioneers for agricultural development and sustainability in
QUESTION: My husband & I went to Montego Bay for our honeymoon in May 2011. We stayed at the Sandals Resort and had a wonderful time. Jamaica is so absolutely
The class that entered Glenmuir High School in 1979 is hosting a Fundraising Dinner & Dance on Saturday, October 12, 2019 at the School's Auditorium located
Question: Where did Bob Marley die? Answer by W. Gayle Bob Marley died at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Miami, Florida on the morning of May 11, 1981
While looking for recipes for salted herring and Solomon A Gundy showed up from this website. I actually bought package of smoked, salted herring in
June Plum was actually brought to Jamaica by Captain Bligh in 1782 - yes the same breadfruit man :-) But funny enough, this tangy tasting fruit is not
The Jamaica National Awards & Honours program was established under THE NATIONAL HONOURS AND AWARDS ACT on July 18, 1969. This Act made it possible for
QUESTION:I was wondering if is it really romantic to get engaged in Jamaica. ANSWER: by Wellesley Hi there Brent! Interesting question, but great timing
Growing Up I spend the first 17 years of my life in this wonderful country. I remember planting/selling callaloo and pak choy in / from my father's garden
Report from: The Joyful Learning Seminar at the Knutsford Court Hotel, March 5. There have been many advancements in our collective understanding of brain
QUESTION:Do internationals students need a student visa to attend colleges in Jamaica? ANSWER: by Wellesley November 27 Hello Kelly, In most cases,
Yes, indeed! Beaches Resorts Is Home To Jamaica's First Autism-Friendly Resort I was just reading it on the Beaches Resorts Website which is reporting
Want to relive (or get a feel of) an authentic Jamaican beach day experience? This is it.
Jamaica is ready for another National Hero. The time is right. This is your opportunity to make this happen by signing this petition. A hero is a person