Jamaican Geography

Jamaica is a mountainous island situated in the north of the Caribbean Sea. It is...

Quick Facts

  Jamaica is a mountainous island situated in the north of the Caribbean Sea. It is the third...

Jamaica’s Journey To Independence

Let's take a trek down memory lane to recount Jamaica's journey to Independence. First, our freedom Freedom...

National Symbols

THE FLAG The Jamaican flag was first raised at midnight on August 5, 1962, as the...

National Heroes

Our heroes were first named in the 1960s when Jamaica celebrated its independence and celebrated...

Tell Your MP

Opening up the political process in this way will take some getting used to, but...

#Infographics: Jamaica Local Government Elections 2016

We're giving you way more than just five facts on Jamaica's Local Government Elections.  Here...

What Are The Agencies Of Local Government?

November is observed annually as Local Government and Community Development Month. This year's theme is 'Empowering...

Medicine + Health

  In Jamaica, the Ministry of Health (MOH) is the Government organization ultimately responsible for the...

Governors-General of Jamaica

Governor General Sir Patrick Allen ended his Jamaica 50 parish tour on October 30, 2012...

Amy Ashwood Garvey: The Woman Behind Jamaican Pan-Africanism

Marcus Garvey's fame has been heralded far and wide. He has been honoured as one...

What’s Right With Jamaica: A Blue Mountain Sunrise To Remember

How thankful are Jamaicans for Jamaica? It’s a wonderful country teeming with enthusiasm, brilliance, talent...

What Is It Like Performing At Grand Gala?

One of the events that everyone will be looking forward to during tomorrow’s Independence Day...

10 Things Your Jamaican Parents Have Done/Said To Discipline You

Jamaican parents are a breed like no other. They are the beauty and bane of their children's existence....

Historical Sites In Jamaica – Part 4

We wrap up our 'tour' of historical sites around our beautiful island with Westmoreland, Hanover, St James...

Clear as Crystal Punch: The History of Piped Water in Jamaica

A little known fact is that Jamaica is one of the first nations in the Western...

Then & Now: Harbour Street, Downtown

Back then Tramcars were the main means of transportation. Today, the use of a motor...

Cicely Delphine Williams – A Jamaican Woman Inventor & Scientist

The Hon Dr Cicely Delphine Williams OM, CMG, DM, MD, DSc, FRCP (1893-1992) Cicely Williams, born at...

Lending Help: 10 Historic Facts About the Peace Corps in Jamaica

The United States Peace Corps was established in 1961 by US President John F. Kennedy...

A Moment In History – The World Welcomes The ‘Steppin Razor’

April 20 has been earmarked by the estate of reggae icon Peter Tosh's estate as...

Marcus Garvey People’s Political Party – Jamaica’s First Modern Party

Many Jamaicans believe that the People's National Party (PNP) is Jamaica's first political party. However,...

National Heroes

Our heroes were first named in the 1960s when Jamaica celebrated its independence and celebrated...

National Heroes’ Day: Jamaica’s Super Seven

How much do you know about Jamaica's national heroes? Do you know, for example, that...

Marcus Said: Five Statements That Inspired The World

Marcus Mosiah Garvey is Jamaica's first  National Hero and one of Jamaica's most internationally beloved...

5 Essential Facts Every Jamaican Ought to Know About Nanny of the Maroons

Sometimes it is surprising to find out that nationals in a country are unaware of...

Parish Facts – Portland, St Thomas, Kingston & St Andrew

This week, we conclude our Parish Facts series by venturing east to the county of Surrey, to cover Portland,...

Parish Facts – Westmoreland, Hanover, St James & Trelawny

This week, we continue Parish Pride month by venturing further into the county of Cornwall, with Westmoreland, Hanover, St...

Travel Tuesday – Must-See Places By Parish

As we continue our trek around Jamaica for Parish Pride month, we decided to check...

Must-See Places By Parish

Check our these hot spots in Portland, St Thomas, Kingston and St Andrew that we...

Things to Do and See in St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth has it all.  Fun, adventure, relaxation, a world famous bar and even a...