Category: Special

diG4U: How diGJamaica Works For Researchers

I appreciate this resource. Referred to it quite a bit during research for pieces I wrote over the last few months. — Dominic M. (@DominicM_) January 19, 2018 Here’s why researchers ought to be digging into diGJamaica – a thorough

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What’s Right With Jamaica? 18 Guinness World Records

What’s Right With Jamaica? Jamaicans have always considered themselves to be exceptional, and this is evidenced in how their infectious culture has diffused to pretty much every corner of the globe. Even the Guinness Book of World Records bears testament

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The Jamaica Library Service: Serving Knowledge to Jamaica

The Jamaica Library Service (JLS) is one of the most important information resources in the nation. Since childhood, we have all been taught that the library is the go-to place for access to a full range of information services and resources. Even

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10 Reasons Why You Should #diGJamaica

Jamaica is truly a country like no other. Wherever Jamaicans go, they let patriotism soar and their Jamaican-ness spills over in all its black, green and gold splendour. diGJamaica celebrates this unique culture and heritage. But in case you need convincing, here are our top

Key Findings And Recommendations: Special Audit Of The PAJ

On Tuesday, July 26 a Special Audit of the Port Authority of Jamaica carried out by The Auditor-General’s office was tabled in Parliament. As reported by The Jamaica Gleaner, the findings of the report revealed millions of dollars in improper

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Charts of The Week: Road Fatality Statistics, 1992-2015

June is observed as Road Safety Month. Although the majority of accidents do not result in loss of life, the number of road fatalities in Jamaica continues to climb at a troubling rate. It is important to take a look

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REPORT: West Kingston Commission of Enquiry 2016 [Full Text]

The report on the work and findings of the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry has been released. At several hundred pages, the report is an extensive but worthwhile read as it investigates the lead up to the events of May

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#KeepChildrenSafe – Exposing Online Dangers With Kurt Wright’s ‘Unspoken’

The focus of UNICEF Jamaica’s Keep Children Safe campaign this week has been protecting children from the dangers lurking in the online world. On Monday, we explored a number of these dangers, including cyberbullying, cyberstalking, pornography and sexual predators, and also shared some

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How To Protect Your Child From Online Dangers

This is the final week of fora in UNICEF Jamaica’s Keep Children Safe campaign, and the focus is online safety. There are many dangers lurking on the internet, including cyberbullying, cyberstalking, sexual predators, pornography and more. As more and more children gain

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7 Great Jamaican Musicians For World Creativity and Innovation Week

World Creativity and Innovation Week has ended, but we couldn’t close out the week without looking at some of the great instrumentalists and composers who have helped to shape the ‘Jamaican sound’ over the past seven decades or so. Below

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