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The PR Chick’s Guide To Starting the New Year

The PR Chick’s Guide To Starting the New Year

Naomi Garrick is a PR Consultant and Personal Brand Coach. She designed the ‘PR Chick’s Guide To Starting The New Year 2023’ which was created to help individuals find clarity and purpose as they venture into the new year. She has several primary strategies to help you have achieved your goals. She joined us on...

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CPFSA Breaches Duty Of Care

CPFSA Breaches Duty Of Care

Recommending ways to improve the Child Protection System, UNICEF is now calling on the government to seriously examine the findings of the Office of the Children’s Advocate into recent misconduct claims, some of which pointed to several breaches in the duty of care. The report found that in 2018 the CPFSA learned about the antecedents of Embracing Orphans founder, Carl Robankse and...

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Manchester Fire Leaves 8 Homeless 

Manchester Fire Leaves 8 Homeless 

Now, only the bathroom remains. But the structural damage to the family home is but a surface-level analysis of the loss the family suffered.  Sunday morning, one of the occupants of this Craighead Manchester home drew the family’s attention to the overwhelming heat coming from one of the doors, a sign of fire in the outdoor kitchen.  When the...

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Assessing the Mental Health of Police

Assessing the Mental Health of Police

Oftentimes overlooked by society, the mental health of police officers has sharply come into focus, particularly given recent cases of suicide within the police force. With mental and physical trauma, part of a police officer’s life, high-quality support mechanisms for the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) must be reinforced. Researcher of Strategic Planning, Social Development and entrepreneurship at the University of...

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Student Tag Drive Initiative

Student Tag Drive Initiative

A study conducted at the University of Technology, Jamaica revealed that approximately 51% of their students are suffering from severe food insecurity, 31.2% suffering from moderate food insecurity and on the flip side a mere 17.9% experiencing food security. These horrific findings mean that 82.2% of our approximately 10,000 students are unable to afford or...

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What’s Cooking:  Cookie & Cream Rosette Cake

What’s Cooking:  Cookie & Cream Rosette Cake

Kii’s  Kitchen was established in 2020. It is owned and operated by  Kianna Simpson 21-year-old who is passionate about baking. Simpson is also a pastry chef. She does customized cakes and sells a wide variety of baking products such as cookies, brownies, novelty cupcakes and more. She joins us on Sunrise to showcase her baking...

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Security Alert: January 9, 2023

Security Alert: January 9, 2023

Inspector ShaunJaye Mitchell talks about the launch of the Jamaica Constabulary Force’s new Station Record Management System and the digitation of several processes including obtaining a police record. Watch the interview below to learn more. Watch more Sunrise here: https://www.cvmtv.com/category/cvm-at-sunrise/

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Customizable Crochet Handbags by Kay

Customizable Crochet Handbags by Kay

Audre-kay Williams is the founder of Crochets by Kay. Crochets by Kay is a high-quality boutique that specializes in handcrafted customizable crochet apparel, including handbags, swim wears, and purses among other items. Each product is handmade with care and great detail resulting in one-of-a-kind creations that guarantee customer satisfaction. Founder of CrochetsbyKay, Audre-kay Williams joins...

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Exploring the Renewed Concerns Amid Covid-19

Exploring the Renewed Concerns Amid Covid-19

With Covid-19 numbers and deaths reportedly on the increase, there is an imposition of mask-wearing and other protocols, new travel advisories, and shutdowns in some of the most developed and largest countries globally. We ask what is the situation in Jamaica. What are Jamaicans now expected to do? We discuss this with  Epidemiologist and Professor...

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TODSS: Commuters Could See Further Strike Actions in February 

TODSS: Commuters Could See Further Strike Actions in February 

A request for the government to wipe the slate clean and start anew that is the word coming from the President of the Transport Operators Development Sustainable Services (TODSS), Egeton Newman. This comes after requests for a traffic ticket amnesty or payment plan was flatly denied by the government last year. Refusing to accept Justice Minister Delroy...