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TWENTY-TWO year old Lavois Cruickshank is the recipient of the 2015 University of Birmingham and Jamaica National Foundation Legacy Scholarship.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – More than 90 students from four rural under-performing high schools in Jamaica are now immersed in two intensive Rhodes Scholar-supported “boot camps,” geared to improve their c
From the comfort of their hotel rooms to the beauty of the North Coast Highway, and the sometimes hilly terrains and winding country roads, 10 specially intrepid guests, delegates at the recently h
JAMAICA: Jamaica National donates CCTV to aid in crime fight in Spanish Town / Jamaica Gleaner / Security surveillance of the Spanish Town Market and bus park were bolstered recently with the donat
Starting tomorrow, more than 90 students from four rural non-traditional high schools will be immersed in an intensive Rhodes Scholar-supported 'boot camp', geared to improve their competence in ma
There were shouts of excitement in the Dennis Scott Theatre at the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts on Friday, July 3, as the top seven school-based drama clubs in the inaugura
DR RENEE Rattray, director of education programmes at the JN Foundation, says narrow perceptions of success have been stifling the country's economic growth.
JAMAICA'S road users can now know where fatal road crashes are occurring daily with the development of the JNGI Fatal Crash Map.
Four months after the launch of his book My 50 Years in Photography, renowned Jamaican photographer Ray Chen, in collaboration with the JN Foundation, donated 10 copies of his recent work to the li
Jamaicans in the diaspora are being called on the act as driving forces for the growth of the local social enterprise sector.
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