Thursday, August 5, 2021

Yearly Archives: 2021

GOVERNMENT RAMPING UP SPECIALIST TEACHER PROGRAMME

Education Minister Fayval Williams says the government will be ramping up its Specialist Teacher Programme across the nation’s primary schools come September. Minister Williams said a pilot of the programme...

INCREASE IN COVID 19 HOSPITALIZATION

The Health Ministry is reporting that the number of Covid-19 hospitalizations has increased to 215. This is 5 more than the 210 reported yesterday. Among the 215 patients, 34...

JAMAICA SECURES 3RD SPOT IN CARIBBEAN AMATUER JUNIOR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP

Jamaica scored 127 points to nab the 3rd spot in the 33rd Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf Championship held in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. The island's...

GAS PRICES ON THE RISE

Motorists and other interests should see an increase in price of gasoline products tomorrow. According to Petrojam, E-10 87 is to move up by $1.77...

WEATHER UPDATE – AUGUST 4

There is a Trough across Jamaica. The Trough is expected to remain across the island through to tomorrow. A Ridge is briefly expected to build...

MILEY CYRUS ENCOURAGES DABABY TO SEEK OUT INFORMATION ON HIV/AIDS

After other celebrities condemned DaBaby for his homophobic comments made at Rolling Loud Miami, Miley Cyrus is asking her fans to take a different approach. Earlier today, Cyrus posted a message to her Instagram, where she...

THREE ALBUMS WILL BE OUT THIS INDEPENDENCE DAY

Some of the most anticipated projects will be out this Friday, Independence Day. Vybz Kartel's 'Born Fi Dis', Spice’s debut album ‘Ten’ and Sizzler is also...

RIHANNA NOW HAS 1.7 BILLION REASONS NOT TO GIVE US AN...

Pop singer Robyn Fenty more popularly known as Rihanna has officially joined the billionaire group. Forbes estimates that Rihanna is now worth $1.7 billion, making her...

TARRUS RILEY SPEAKING OUT FOR NZINGA

Recording artiste Tarrus Riley is asking, “where is justice?”. This comes after it was reported that a Rastafarian teen's dreadlocks were cut by a...

4 deaths, 96 new cases of COVID-19 recorded

The country recorded 96 new cases of coronavirus and four additional virus-related deaths yesterday pushing the death toll to 1,207. Of the new cases...
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