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Angeria Savory (centre), president of the Fortis 79Hers, along with members of the group, donated vitamins to the Mustard Seed Communities recently. Accepting for the charity organisation are Karlene Palmer (second left), assistant administrator, and Nicola Bennett (left), nurse/caregiver.

The beaming faces of the boys would have melted any heart. They radiated such joy, as the ladies from the Fortis 79Hers, decked in their purple and white, sat with them on a sunny Saturday afternoon, chatting and sharing stories and jokes, each...
From left: Barbara Bailey, widow of the Reverend Cyril Evans Bailey, and other family members – Carolyn Bailey, Michael Bailey, Daryl Bailey, Stephen Bailey and Kerry-Ann Bailey – at the funeral for the former RJR chairman at the University Chapel yesterday.

Scores of relatives, friends, associates and former colleagues gathered at the University Chapel at The University of the West Indies, Mona, in St Andrew, yesterday to pay their last respects to the Reverend Cyril Evans Bailey, They painted a...
Head of Nation Branding at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sweden, Gabriella Augustsson (left), presents the Global Swede Award to Sanjay Thompson on May 21 at Sweden’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Jamaica-born Global Swede Awardee for 2019, Sanjay Thompson, is hoping to use his background in criminology to make an impact on reducing the levels of crime in the society. Thompson, who hails from the parish of St Catherine, was awarded a...

President of the Jamaica Network of Rural Women Producers (JNRWP), Tamisha Lee, finds that access to market and lack of funding are huge challenges for female farmers, but while taking a loan might be a solution to both problems, she believes that...

A cashier at Tax Administration Jamaica has escaped a six-month prison sentence after paying an $80,000 fine on being convicted for larceny as a servant. Tamarla Peart, who worked at the King Street tax office was sentenced on Friday by senior...

The Jamaica International Exhibition (JIE) opened with a bang at the Montego Bay Convention Centre in Rose Hall, St James, where international and local buyers viewed Jamaican products for retail and distribution. The conference was held from May...

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) is to establish a technology branch, Police Commissioner Major General Antony Anderson has announced.

Despite Jamaica’s youth unemployment rate being at a record low in half a century, a youth advocate is calling for the Government to pay special attention to the marginalised group. Kemesha Kelly, lecturer at The University of the West Indies, Mona...

Acting President of the International University of the Caribbean (IUC) Dr Makesha Evans says she is upset by unsavoury sentiments from aggrieved members of the faculty and is disputing claims that the troubled college has been callous in its...

Masculinity and its inherent value in Jamaica today will be thoroughly examined in a public forum to be hosted by the Kencot Christian Fellowship tomorrow. The highly anticipated discussions, under the theme, ‘Man Worries – the Net Value of...
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