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Jamaica has reportedly signalled its intent to propose an alternate use of the funds that were allocated for component one of its Adaptation Fund (AF) project, which, up to last year, was subject to public scrutiny amid opposition from Negril...

AS THE world continues the waltz towards a secure climate future, the 23rd global climate talks set for November in Bonn, Germany, is to be led by a small-island developing state (SIDS) - Fiji.For some, this is a timely development and one that...

MORE THAN 300 people received information on Jamaica's climate-change adaptation efforts when they visited the exhibit of the Adaptation Programme and Financing Mechanism (AP...

FOUR PATHS, Clarendon:Most persons look forward to receiving gifts on their birthday, but Four Paths, Clarendon resident Tameka Hill used the occasion to start a foundation where she could give back to the community.The Tameka Hill Foundation which...

DENBIGH, Clarendon:Thanks to mechanical engineer Paul Jackson, food processing has bigger and better options than using the Nutri-bullet or a blender.His grating and coconut-dicing machines at the St Catherine Pavilion at the recently concluded 65th...

MANDEVILLE, Manchester:A rise in criminal activities across the island remains a serious area of concern for citizens and, while there are no quick fixes, president of Northern Caribbean University (NCU), Dr Lincoln Edwards, is firm in the belief...

ANNOTTO BAY, St Mary:As part of the Government's plan to bring all of Jamaica online, Minister of Science, Energy and Technology, Dr Andrew Wheatley, and the chief executive officer of the Universal Service Fund (USF), Suzette Buchanan, were among...

What's On diGJamaica?See our recap of Jamaica's performance at the recent #London2017 World Championships:1. Bronze is the New Gold: Usain Bolt's Legacy Still IntactAfter almost a decade and a half of domination, the sprint legend hung up his spikes...

PROSPECT, St Thomas:St Thomas' Truddiann Ashmead was the epitome of character and elegance coupled with intelligence and a thorough understanding of the agricultural sector, thus securing her place as the 2017 National Farm Queen competition held...

The Council of Voluntary Social Services (CVSS) Summer Games, an annual event, caters to children and young adults aged 10 to 25 years, providing a platform to reach and engage youths who ordinarily would not have the chance to participate in a...
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