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A Look Back At Bob Marley’s Death

Facts About Bob Marley's Death Bob Marley died on May 11, 1981. He was laid to rest in his home in Nine Miles, St...

Jamaican Child Stars

When people hear the words 'child star,' they generally think of American celebrities such as Michael Jackson, but Jamaica has produced its own share...

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What is PM2.5? Will it affect me?

What is PM2.5? PM is an abbreviation for Particulate Matter. Basically, Particulate Matter or PM is a mix of all the solid...

No Unfair Advantages With Plastic Ban – Senator Samuda

Government Senator Matthew Samuda says there will be no unfair advantages for manufacturers and distributors under the impending January 1, 2019,...

diGJamaica’s Top 10 Takeaways from #KBF2018’s Creating Creative Capital Workshop

Kingston Book Festival 2018 (#KBF2018) is on, and has rolled out its vast lineup of events for eight days, from March...

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The output of the Jamaican economy, measured by gross domestic product, is the thirteenth largest in Latin America at an estimated...

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SRC Science and Technology Fairs

The Scientific Research Council (SRC) will partner with the Sustainable Youth Employment in Digital and Animation Industries (YEDAI) Project for Jamaica...

How To: Treat A Sore Throat

Many persons are at their worst when they have a sore throat: difficulty swallowing, loss of appetite, weight loss, and restlessness...

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5 Oldest High Schools In Jamaica

Jamaica has some of the oldest educational institutions in the Caribbean, many of which originated from their benefactors' concerns for the education...

Champs – The Manley Legacy

Many Jamaicans don't know it, but former Chief Minister and Premier Norman Washington Manley was basically a 'jock' back in high...

Champs School Profile – Camperdown High

Camperdown High School has produced a number of top quality sprinters over the years, rightly earning the moniker 'the Sprint Factory.'...

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