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Earth Today | Don’t underestimate ‘small’ climate impacts – UWI scientist

SMALL ISLAND developing states (SIDS) were cautioned this week to recognise the threat of seemingly small climate-change impacts such as sudden or sustained rain...

Earth Today | Priority for climate change mainstreaming

THE WORK to make climate-change considerations central to national development planning is a priority for the island's Climate Change Division (CCD) this year."The integration...

Search and rescue training for Clarendon residents

Some 30 selected persons will be benefiting from a two-day workshop to be held at the Four Paths Resource Centre in Clarendon this weekend.The...

Parenting head fears Jamaica will have schools filled with diabetics

Kaysia Kerr, head of the National Parenting Support Commission, fears that if nothing is put in place urgently to address the high levels of...

First AngelsJa Successes | A big idea; but the banks weren't...

We continued our series on First AngelsJa Successes yesterday, featuring Danielle Terrelonge Irons, founder and CEO of DRT Communications Limited, a marketing communications agency...

RJRGLEANER Honour Awards | For Voluntary Service (Special): Rise Life Management...

Reaching Individuals through Skills and Education (RISE) Life Management Services, a non-governmental organisation, established in Jamaica in 1989 as Addiction Alert Organisation, has been...

Lover's Leap reopens this week

On Saturday, January 27, the St Elizabeth attraction Lover's Leap reopens its gates to the public after a short period of operational transition.Under the...

MoBay chamber fundraiser supports Gloves over Guns initiative

Despite the restrictions imposed by the security forces during the state of public emergency, the Montego Bay chamber of Commerce and Industry (MBCCI) says...

Hello Mi Neighbour | Wear your kindness cap for a day!

Hello mi neighbour! Work with mi: Let's say we all got up one morning and decided privately to wear our kindness caps all day,...

Health minister criticises WHO Internship Programme

Health minister Dr Christopher Tufton yesterday criticised the Internship Programme of the World Health Organization, WHO, saying that it was "falling far short of...

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