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Many a young person have undoubtedly asked themselves at some point whether they should buy a house first, or a car.
In 2017, 317 persons died due to crashes on Jamaican roads.
Five wards from the Homestead Place of Safety in Spanish Town, St Catherine, received insight about different careers in the beauty sector; and benefitted from financial empowerment training, when
A typical single family home in Jamaica uses approximately 3,000 to 5,000 gallons of water per month with approximately 10 per cent being wasted, according to data from the National Water Commissio
Four social enterprises, which are part of the Social Enterprise Boost Initiative’s (SEBI) Accelerator Programme, recently participated in a knowledge exchange during a Social Innovation Summit and
Hazard Primary School in Clarendon will benefit from improvements to its road infrastructure, with enhanced safety for students commuting to the educational institution.
As Jamaica and the world celebrate World Oceans Day, Dr.
Current data indicates that most Jamaicans who are currently employed may have no income but the meagre payments from the State-run National Insurance Scheme (NIS) when they retire.
Rose Miller, grants manager at the JN Foundation says that Jamaicans who fail to plan for their retirement could easily find themselves in poverty in their golden years.
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