You could tell that Adam Stewart has been deeply touched by the passing of Flanker community activist Marilyn Nash.
He spoke with such emotion last Thursday about her work in the tough Montego Bay neighbourhood that it was clear he and his Sandals Resorts group had lost a very close and dear…Continue
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Bouton gets connected: Principal of the Bouton School Marian Southwell with Country Manager Sean Auguste (left) and a member of the LIME technical team.
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Harlem New York will never be the same after being exposed to the passion and energy that Marva Allen brings to the conference table. Single-handedly her activism has brought unity and structure to a floundering community. She has taken on a role that has been uniquely American and designed for politicians, but like most West Indians with a vision, she refuses to accept mediocrity and living beneath the threshold of success. At the time of her birth… Continue
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The move from being in…Continue
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MILK RIVER; Clarendon, [date of release]: The Milk River Tourism Organization [MIRTO] has embarked on an initiative to enhance the Local, Regional and International Tourism potential of the historical community of Milk…
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NINE Jamaicans yesterday emerged winners from a strong list of 35 finalists to be named recipients of the inaugural Butch Stewart Community Awards.
The ceremony, held at the Sandals Grande Riviera Beach and Villa Golf Resort in Ocho Rios, St Ann,…Continue
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The Community of Choiseul has been deeply involved in community carnivals for more than two decades. Among their features have been the calypso show and popular j’ouvert. In 2001, Choiseul took a giant leap by organizing their very own Carnival queen pageant, which was a huge success. Since then the community has not looked back, and the pageant has become their hallmark.
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BELMOPAN, Belize, Monday July 26, 2010 – The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) is supporting the Government of Belize in its effort to raise the standard of living of the poor and vulnerable in that country. CDB’s Board of Directors has approved a loan equivalent to US$15 million to the Belize Social Investment Fund to invest in social and economic infrastructure, social services and organisational strengthening sub-projects.
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BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter email@example.com
SIZZLA is working to bring cultural and historical awareness within his August Town community through his Sizzla Youth Foundation.…Continue
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MIAMI - On Friday (Aug. 6), at dusk, the Miami Tower, formerly the Bank of America tower, at International Place in downtown in Miami, will illuminate in the colours of the Jamaican flag – black, green and gold, in celebration of Jamaica’s 48th anniversary of Independence and Emancipation. The Miami landmark will remain lit throughout the weekend into Monday morning (August 9), as a tribute to the positive impact of the Jamaican community in South… Continue
Tired of not having the news within your Jamaican communities showcased by traditional media houses in Jamaica.
Well join us in showing the world the things that need highlighting in Jamaica Land we love.
Maia Chung Television (MCTV) will be rolling out MCTV News this September 2013.
This will be a showcase of the news, issues and important events in your various communities with the pictures you send us.
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Miami – After three months of fundraising efforts in response to the tragic earthquake in Haiti this past January, Miami Dade College (MDC) officials recently presented a check for nearly $42,000 to World Vision’s Operation Hope for Haiti (OHH). The funds were raised through combined efforts of the College’s students, faculty and staff, that began immediately following the Jan. 12 disaster.
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(From left) Winsome Wilkins of United Way, Elsa Sommerville (partially hidden), chief public health inspector; Luretta Rankine, community health aid, and Vinnel Menzies of Clarks Town PC Bank look on as Usain Bolt (right) unveils the plague at the official reopening of the Sherwood Content Health Centre last Saturday.SHERWOOD CONTENT, Trelawny — A health centre in this rustic community is now operational after undergoing a major renovation costing… Continue
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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Friday June 4, 2010 – The Barbados government has announced plans for the establishment of a National Park, stretching from the north to the east of the island, as a priority.
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April 16, 2013
So MCTV is a platform that seeks to do well and good things.
Our environment is being degraded here, regionally and internationally.
It is never too late for a shower of rain so please note this MCTV endorsed effort. Please join with C-CAM as…
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US President Barack Obama has told America's oldest civil rights organisation that African Americans should take charge of their lives. He said there were "no excuses" for ethnic minority children not to work hard and succeed. Mr Obama's comments came in a speech at a dinner marking the 100th anniversary of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).
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Jounen Kwéyòl Entenasyonal (International Creole Day) is officially October 28. However, Saint Lucians across the island participated in activities leading up to the day this past weekend. Throughout the island the sounds of Creole and folk music filled the air mixed with the aroma of locally prepared dishes.
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