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PM Holness and Minister McKenzie Tours Vaccination Sites

PM Holness and Minister McKenzie Tours Vaccination Sites

Prime Minister Andrew Holness and Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Hon. Desmond McKenzie tour sections of Olympic Gardens including the China Jamaica Goodwill Infant school where vaccinations are underway. While addressing a group of reporters in his constituency, the Prime Minister said the main deliverable of the task force is to ensure the...

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CVM At Sunrise: Thursday, September 9, 2021

CVM At Sunrise: Thursday, September 9, 2021

September 9: Missed the morning show? You can watch it all below! share the link with your family and friends. Restore Hair Loss with Yolande Kumea Our guest began making hair care products out of her own need to achieve healthy hair; her organic product boost moisture, prevent breakage and restore hair loss. She also...

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Mangroves Destroyed in Palisadoes for Pipe Repair

Mangroves Destroyed in Palisadoes for Pipe Repair

Mangroves Destroyed in Palisadoes for Pipe Repair – Both the Jamaica Environment Trust and Shadow Minister on Land, Environment and Climate Change have condemned the destruction of mangroves in Palisadoes, Port Royal allegedly by the National Water Commission (NWC). The Jamaica Environment Trust (JET) shared their growing concern about the continuous destruction of mangrove forests.  Reports...

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No Individual Charge for Vaccines During PSVI

No Individual Charge for Vaccines During PSVI

The Private Sector Vaccine Initiative (PSVI) is on a mission to support the Ministry of Health and Wellness (MOHW) in its national vaccination plan. Through working with companies over twelve thousand people have been vaccinated. The model of the PSVI incurs a cost for companies that want their employees to access the vaccines. Most recently the...

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Phillip Paulwell Gifts Tablets and Grants to Students

Phillip Paulwell Gifts Tablets and Grants to Students

Back-to-school is here; students of east Kingston and Port Royal received tablets and grants that would equip them for the school year. This was done during the annual back-to-school presentation hosted by Member of Parliament Phillip Paulwell. Phillip Paulwell Member of Parliament for Kingston Eastern, Port Royal hosted a back-to-school function for primary school and university students. ...

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Dr. Dayton Campbell Demands Health Minister’s Resignation

Dr. Dayton Campbell Demands Health Minister’s Resignation

The Demand for the resignation of Health and Wellness Minister, Dr. Christopher Tufton was initiated on Thursday, September 2, by PNP’s General Secretary Dr. Dayton Campbell. According to a letter that was released to the public, the demand is due to Dr. Tufton’s “mishandling of the COVID-19 pandemic” Read the Release below: On March 10,...

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Jamaican Educators:  Back to School Anxiety in 2021

Jamaican Educators: Back to School Anxiety in 2021

Jamaican Educators: Back to school is around the corner! Teaching online has pushed creativity to great lengths because there is a need to grab and keep the attention of students. The struggles a teacher faces can vary based on the age group they facilitate during school hours. It is easy to get consumed by keeping...

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Talking Subconjunctival Hemorrhage with Dr. Angela Mattis

Talking Subconjunctival Hemorrhage with Dr. Angela Mattis

A subconjunctival hemorrhage occurs when a small blood vessel breaks just underneath the clear surface of your eye (conjunctiva). The conjunctiva cannot absorb blood very quickly, so the blood gets trapped. We turn our focus on subconjunctival hemorrhage and the underlying factors that can cause this. Ophthalmologist, Dr. Angela Mattis will educate us in this interview: Watch more...

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Is Sixth Form A Step In the Right Direction?

Is Sixth Form A Step In the Right Direction?

The Education Ministry recently announced that in September 2022 high school students who are completing fifth form will have to complete Sixth Form – an additional two years of post-secondary education to better prepare for higher education and or the workforce. Many individuals have already started to criticise this decision and so we ask, is...

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50 Year Old St. Ann Woman Found Dead in Her Tank

50 Year Old St. Ann Woman Found Dead in Her Tank

Residents in Brown’s Town, St Ann are questioning the death of a 50-Year-Old teacher whose body was found floating in her tank on Saturday morning. The teacher’s death has left her 78-year-old mother pondering her daughter’s final moments. The Goshen Community in Brown’s Town St. Ann is again grieving another death in less than a week, this time involving a...