Author Archive: Myesha Broadie

World Bank commends Jamaica for making strides in disaster resilience efforts
World Bank Country Director for Caribbean Countries, Tahseen Sayed, has commended Jamaica for making significant progress, in its
Trelawny’s economy to be affected by redundancy exercise at 2 Sugar Estates, says MP
There is concern that Trelawny’s economy will suffer greatly, following a major redundancy exercise at the Long Pond and Hampden
Head of baby found in Clarendon
The Chapelton Police in Clarendon have launched a search, for the parents of a newborn, whose head was found in Cocoa Piece District in
JTA President says technology will not replace teachers
While technology is vital to the advancement of education, the demand for its use locally and globally will not replace teachers in the
Classes suspended after watchman found dead at Thompson Town High
Classes at the Thompson Town High School have been suspended for the day as grief counselling is offered to the school population.
Family Therapist says smart devices may be contributing to violence against women
Family Therapist Dr. Sydney Mcgill, said technological devices could be a motivator behind acts of jealous rage and violence
IMF says government must implement supply side reforms to facilitate economic growth
The International Monetary Fund, has indicated that the Jamaican government needs to implement supply side reforms to facilitate
Parliamentary committee wants government to develop waste to energy sector
The Economy and Production Committee of Parliament has recommended that government among other things, focus more attention on