Author Archive: Myesha Broadie

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    Elaine Stars as Jamaica sweep 1.2.3!
    Jamaica’s female sprinting dominance rose to the top on the world stage once again as Defending Champion Elaine Thompson, Herah
UNICEF Education Specialist recommends alternative forms of discipline to corporal punishment
In light of renewed calls for corporal punishment to be banned, an education specialist from the United Nations Children’s Fund,
Jamaica records 122 new Covid-19 cases and 5 deaths
For the first time in weeks, Jamaica has recorded more than a hundred new Covid-19 cases. The positivity rate has also increased, and
Significant increase in Consumer and Business Confidence in the second quarter of 2021
There has been a significant increase in Consumer and Business Confidence in the second quarter of 2021; however both indices are still
UNICEF renews call for gov’t to ban the use of corporal punishment in all settings
The United Nation’s Children’s Fund, UNICEF has renewed its call for the government to ban the use of corporal punishment

ZOSOs extended

by July 21st, 2021
ZOSOs extended
The five Zones of Special Operations, ZOSOs across the island have been extended. The 60 day extension for the Denham Town, Greenwich
Shooting incidents in Corporate Area leave 4 alleged gunmen dead and 1 police officer wounded
Four alleged gunmen were shot and killed and a police officer wounded, during separate incidents in Kingston, yesterday (July 20). In
Gov’t considers ban on corporal punishment, following death of 4 y/o boy who was beaten
The government has indicated that its contemplating imposing a ban on corporal punishment. The matter came up in the Lower House
Health officials worried about rise in Covid infection rate and new cases
National Epidemiologist Dr. Karen Webster-Kerr is reporting that the country has been seeing an uptick in Covid-19 cases, over the past