Month: December 2014

The Biggest Stories Of 2014

What a year 2014 has been! As usual, there were highs and lows; good, bad and ugly. Below, we round up some of the biggest headline-making stories of the year. Look back with us. Prime Minister’s $50M Travel Bill irks Jamaicans,

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6 Things You Need To Know Today – December 31, 2014

A Year Less Deadly. Amid the guarded excitement that the number of persons killed in Jamaica this year will be the lowest over the last decade, one church group has issued a sobering reminder that as a nation, “we have lost

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6 Quick Fixes For A Last-Minute New Year’s Eve Outfit

Usually when we picture our New Year’s Eve, we think of it as perfect. You will know exactly what you’re doing for the night; you will know what to wear; and you have your eyes on the one you’re going

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How To Throw Together A Last-Minute New Year’s Eve Party

Going out this New Year’s Eve may not be on the books for you this time around. Let’s face it, when you add up the cost for the clothes, the party ticket, hair, nails, shoes and transportation, it seems a

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We diG Infographics

Infographics are cool, aren’t they? We think so, too. This year, we decided to incorporate them into our content and that has certainly helped us to share information and data in a whole new way. Below is a roundup of the

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6 Things You Need To Know Today – December 30, 2014

Buyers, Beware – Cops Getting Tough On Stolen Car Purchasers. Armed with information that criminals, some with ties to the country’s most feared gangs, are raking in millions of dollars from the sale of stolen motor vehicles, the police have signalled

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Top 10 Posts On The diGBlog This Year

This has a great year on the diGBlog. We have worked to better connect with our readers and we’re glad to see it bearing fruit. As we close out 2014, we look back at our top 10 most read and shared posts.

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6 Things You Need To Know Today – December 29, 2014

Sweet Goodbye. When Dr Wu Huaixiang replaced Francis He as chief executive officer of Pan Caribbean Sugar Company (PCSC) in June 2013, there was a collective sigh of relief as He was viewed as contentious and hard to relate to… Read

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6 Things You Need To Know Today – December 26, 2014

2015 Prophecies – The Prophetic Word Of The Lord. Prophecies for the year 2015, as delivered Prophetess Doris Hutchinson, Apostle Steve Lyston, Prophetess Michelle Lyston, Prophetess Sophia DiMuccio, Prophetess Nadra Brotherton, and Prophet O. Onesto Jolly… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com

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Merry Christmas!

The diGJamaica team takes this opportunity to wish all our readers, followers and fans a merry Christmas and happy holiday season. Thank you for making us your go-to source for information about Jamaica!

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