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Summer reads

 There’s nothing like reading to ward off summer learning loss and keep children and young adults engaged during the long, lazy days of summer. Whether at the beach, poolside, or on the pillows before bedtime, these titles should keep them more than entertained. Here is our fourth list of three titles.  The Female Persuasion by Meg Read More

Cooking for children

A s she has done for the past seven years, chef, caterer, and event manager Jennifer Esty Davis has carried on the legacy of the late Dr Heather Little-White by continuing to offer Cooking for Children, a three-week summer programme to help children learn how to prepare some of their favourite meals. This year, she Read More

'Better three hours too soon than a minute too late'

Punctuality has been a pet peeve of mine ever since I can remember. It has, somehow, become ingrained in our Jamaican society that lateness is a norm, but lateness without valid reasons should never be seen as the standard and should not be condoned. Click here to read full story

Charles to receive NCU honorary degree

Northern Caribbean University (NCU) has announced that it will be conferring Speaker of the House of Representatives Pearnel Charles with a Doctor of Public Service honoris causa at its 95th commencement service on the university campus next Sunday. Click here to read full story

Three games that build brain power

Most people would find the phrase “educational games” to be an oxymoron, because aren’t games, by definition, supposed to be all fun?As it turns out, many people don’t realise that their favourite games are secretly teaching them problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Here are a few that get your brain working while you’re busy having Read More

Career Advisor

I just graduated from fifth form and I am awaiting my CSEC results. I have applied to two universities and have received provisional acceptance at both, pending my achieving the respective entry requirements. My acceptance is for a different programme in each institution. I completed the applications because the teacher encouraged us to and since Read More

House or car? Which should I buy first?

M any a young person have undoubtedly asked themselves at some point whether they should buy a house first, or a car. And it’s a question which usually elicits strong and passionate discussions in the financial empowerment seminars she hosts across the country, says Rose Miller, grants manager at JN Foundation. Click here to read Read More

Stephen Levy: Sagicor Group's Team Member of the Year

The evening of March 22, 2018 is one that Stephen Levy, business analyst at Sagicor Group Jamaica, will never forget.That was when the 32-year-old was named Team Member of the Year for 2017 at the company’s annual corporate awards.“No one word can truly capture how I felt in that moment, but afterwards, when the reality Read More

I owe it all to JET, says Canadian high commissioner

Canada’s High Commissioner to Jamaica Laurie Peters has attributed her success as a diplomat to the 31-year-old Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme (JET) .Peters, who brought greetings at Thursday evening’s send-off reception for the 2018 cohort of Jamaicans, revealed that she served as an assistant English teacher in the Japanese prefecture of Sendai for two Read More

Summer Summer reads reads

There’s nothing like reading to ward off summer learning loss and keep children and young adults engaged during the long, lazy days of summer. Whether at the beach, poolside, or on the pillows before bedtime, these titles should keep them more than entertained. Here are our first three picks. She Persisted by Chelsea Clinton Click here Read More


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