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Housing developers are being urged to use water adaptation systems, and to install mechanisms to harvest and recycle rainwater for use in new housing developments.
The 2019 Jamaican Rhodes Scholar, Chevano Baker, is thrilled to be named this year’s recipient, as he sets to make a second UK-based study programme to pursue his PhD at the University of Oxford.
Educator Heather Lyn drives past Hazard Primary School in Clarendon twice daily, a routine that has been the same for many years.
Eighteen schools across the country are to benefit from physical improvements to their school zones road infrastructure over the next three years, which will be implemented by the JN Foundation’s “
Often referred to as an underdeveloped parish, which is plagued with youth unemployment,residents in St Thomas can now anticipate a “positive wave of change” emerging during the next few years, if
Several experts in the financial, education and employment sectors agree that exposing young people to basic financial concepts at an early age in a classroom setting will assist them to make bette
Randy McLaren (centre), co-founder & managing director of Bresheh takes a photo with members of Ashe performing arts group.
Jason McNeish (right) , marketing manager, The Jamaica National Group examines one of the bags produced by Bresheh with Randy McLaren, co-founder & managing director of Bresheh.
Alexx Antaeus (left), owner, Opa Greek Restaurant and Lounge examines his shell made by social enterprise, 360 Recycle Manufacturing Limited with Ana Toby, Marketing, Communication & Events Of
Three years after establishing their social enterprise, Randy and Davian McLaren, operators of Bresheh, a company, which manufactures local customized bags, have launched their new line of bags cal
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