Tag: The Gleaner

6 Things You Need To Know Today – June 7, 2016

Full Disclosure – NIA Wants Lawmakers To Make Integrity Commission Reports Public. Head of the National Integrity Action (NIA), Trevor Munroe, has praised member of parliament (MP) for St Andrew South Eastern, Julian Robinson, for publicly disclosing his statutory declarations,

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Introducing Notes From Cabinet

Starting today, diGJamaica will be sharing The Gleaner‘s Notes from Cabinet, highlighting decisions taken, announcements and any other pertinent information coming from the weekly meetings. The notes are from the office of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information. The first publication,

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6 Things You Need To Know Today – February 18, 2016

‘A JLP Manifesto With A Difference’. Leader of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) Andrew Holness has promised that the party’s manifesto, to be launched today, will be far-reaching as it is fundamentally different from that of the People’s National Party… Read

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Facts & Data: Countries That Allow the Diaspora to Vote

Election fever is in the air. From Trinidad to the United States of America, politics is the talk of the day. diGJamaica and The Gleaner co-hosted a Twitter chat September 10, 2015 under the theme: Your Voice, Your Choice last night

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#ObamaInJA – Town Hall with Caribbean Youth Leaders At UWI Mona

In case you missed it, President of the United States, Barack Obama, recently spent for 22 hours in Jamaica for a  bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller. While here, he was also hosted at the University of the West Indies, Mona,

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Food Month Pot-pourri – The Gleaner’s Cookbooks

The Gleaner has been publishing Easter and Christmas cookbooks for a number of years, each filled with hearty recipes that evoke warm memories of moments spent in the kitchen with Mommy or Grandma or at the dinner table with the

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#TBT – Gleaner 180

The Gleaner Company celebrated an incredible 180 years of existence this past September 13. diGJamaica.com may be the ‘baby’ of the Gleaner family, but we know our history and are proud of it, so we created a number of posts throughout the month

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6 Things You Need To Know Today – October 28, 2014

Tivoli Enquiry Flaw: Lack Of Deadline For Statements Could Hurt Inquest, Says Lawyer. An attorney for the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) has pointed to a flaw in the procedures for the handling of witness statements that will be used in the

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So Much Things To Say – Gleaner Columnists

The Gleaner has showcased and nurtured the talents of a great number of columnists over the years. Many of them have become household names in Jamaica, and some are still mentioned in respectful tones even after they have passed on. Click here

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Gleaner Alumni

Theodore Sealy, when he was editor of the Gleaner, had a pithy saying: “We train people for Jamaica.” That statement was not a boast. It was a simple declaration of the fact that many young people gained knowledge and experience

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