Month: July 2021

Lila Iké Delivers Call-To-Action Message To Protect Our Children

Lila Iké continues to turn heads as one of the most promising stars. The fast-rising songbird hailing from Jamaica unleashes her first single “Batty Rider Shorts” since the release of her 2020 debut EP The Experience. The powerful song (produced by Ziah Push) carries an important message of responsibility to protect and nurture our youth.  “Batty Rider Shorts” …

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Guyana Govt liaising with partners to source COVID-19 vaccines for children

The Ministry of Health has been in discussions with several of its partners to procure COVID-19 vaccines for children over the age of 12, who may be eligible to take any of the vaccines with emergency use authorisation. Minister Dr. Frank Anthony, MP, made this disclosure during Thursday’s COVID-19 update. “We have been working with …

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Jamaican Parents Urged To Become Familiar With Children’s Developmental Stages

Children’s Advocate, Diahann Gordon Harrison, is encouraging parents to become familiar with their children’s various developmental stages in order to better understand what they are going through and to be more patient with them. “We need to be guided by what is normal at different stages of our children’s development and try to put ourselves …

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Shouts and jubilation as Jamaica clean sweeps women 100m finals in Tokyo

It was shouts and jubilation on Saturday at Jamaican sprint queens dominated in the 100m finals at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday. Crowd favourite Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce had to settle for second as an unstoppable Elaine Thompson Herah powered to the finish line in Olympic Record-breaking time of 9.61. Thompson-Herah erased the Olympic record set …

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Aston Villa have agreed a deal to sign Jamaican Leon Bailey from Bayer Leverkusen

Aston Villa have agreed a £30million deal for Bayer Leverkusen winger Leon Bailey. A statement on the club’s website said that “Aston Villa and Bayer Leverkusen have reached an agreement for the transfer of Leon Bailey subject to the player completing a medical and finalising personal terms.” Bailey was a part of the Reggae Boyz …

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Preventative COVID-19 measures in place for West Indies/Pakistan T20Is

Minister of Health, Dr. Frank Anthony MP says adequate COVID-19 preventative measures will be in place this weekend for fans attending the West Indies/Pakistan T20Is at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence. During Monday’s COVID-19 update, the Minister said discussions were held with the Guyana Cricket Board, Ministry of Culture Youth and Sport, and the National …

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Mix-up King Ragashanti back on Jamaican airwaves on The Bridge 99 FM

Jamaican radio broadcaster/entertainer Dr. Kingsley ‘Ragashanti’ Stewart is now an official member of the Bridge 99FM, company chairman Bobby Clarke has announced. “The King of mix-up is finally back on the airwaves of Jamaica. Radio will never be the same again” Clarke declared. Ragga, who recently relocated from Florida to New York City will broadcast …

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Jamaica Prime Minister expresses confidence in country’s economic recovery

Andrew Holness, Prime Minister of Jamaica says that the construction sector is experiencing a major boom, which is a clear sign of economic recovery. “We are now seeing a very strong resurgence in building and construction. During the pandemic [it] increased and it is a good sign for the country that persons are taking the …

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Reggae Artiste Stacious Wins Festival Song Competition

Reggae Artiste Stacey Scarlett Bryan’s entry, ‘Jamaican Spirit’ was voted the top song in the 2021 Jamaica Festival Song Competition. The singer also received a trophy and a cheque for $3 million, presented by the Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Hon. Olivia Grange and Digicel Brand Marketing Manager, Reshima Kelly-Williams, at a virtual …

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