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There are assurances from the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information that the controversy that broke last week surrounding the sacking of portfolio minister Ruel Reid will not affect the administration of the Primary Exit Profile (PEP)...

Campion College has been named Jamaica’s top-performing school in the 2018 sitting of the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations and the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE). The announcement was made during the...
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JESSICA Cargill has historically qualified as Jamaica’s karate athlete for August’s International Olympic Committee Pan Am Games in Lima, Peru, after successfully competing at the March 18-23 Pan American Senior Championships in Panama. Fighting...

Retired four-star United States Army General Stanley McChrystal says leaders must be careful to ensure that their organisations, on a whole, are achieving their ­purposes, irrespective of the greatness of the individual teams and units which make...

Growing up in the gritty inner-city community of ‘Little Lane’, located off Maxfield Avenue, in St Andrew, Damion Crawford had an inkling from very early that his calling was to help lead a revolution for those who, like him, were at the lower end...

Without batting an eyelid, Ann-Marie Vaz, the Jamaica Labour Party’s (JLP) candidate for Portland Eastern, shattered the ‘bad boy’ image of her husband, Daryl Vaz, when she revealed that when she first laid eyes on him, he was just another ‘Joe...

Ann-Marie Vaz has sought to rewrite the script crafted by her rival that she is a woman of means and privilege, arguing that her humble beginnings were the perfect launching pad into representational politics. “Ann-Marie Vaz is a little girl who...

The acting principal of Calabar High School, Calvin Rowe, has now released a statement rejecting some of the accounts of physics teacher Sanjaye Shaw who claims he was assaulted by two top athletes, DuJour Russell and Christopher Taylor.Shaw said he...

Although Jamaica is considered an emerging hotspot for animation, industry experts lament that there are too many structural hurdles hobbling the sector’s profitability. Award-winning animator and head of ListenMi Caribbean Kenia Mattis says that...

While projections are suggesting favourable returns from the outsourcing sector in the coming years, leading players say that the failure of successive governments to appoint a portfolio minister to concentrate on the development of the industry...
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