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“Water Warrior” Leanne Spence is the co-principal of Instant-Save Conservation. It's an environmental business that provides water efficiency solutions that help people reduce their water, sewerage and energy use by assessing and retrofitting properties with high-efficiency plumbing fixtures and systems. These result in lower utility bills and improved resource management.

Google.org and the Caribbean Open Institute (COI) have joined forces to help reduce the digital divide in the region.

Specifically, the organisations are seeking to empower youth populations of the Caribbean that are detached from the educational systems and the workforce through open data management.

Google.org and the Caribbean Open Institute (COI) joined forces to help reduce the digital divide in our countries, and empower, through open data management, youth populations of the Caribbean that are detached from the educational systems and the workforce.

A retired Jamaican military officer will submit recommendations on “the way forward” as part of an island-wide security audit of the country’s critical tourism sector commissioned by Edmund Bartlett, Jamaica’s Tourism Minister.

Former Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education Dr Maurice D. Smith is the new registrar of The University of the West Indies (UWI). He succeeds C. William Iton, who served for 12 years.

The Jamaica Money Market Brokers (JMMB) Group in their latest report to shareholders outlined some of the activities that they have undertaken within local communities and the wider region. This, JMMB told its shareholders, was undertaken as the company seeks to establish genuine links with the wider community.

My sincere condolences go out to our friends in The Bahamas who have suffered the loss of loved ones, and extreme devastation.

After its 2018 debut in the Times Higher Education (THE) Latin America University Rankings, The University of the West Indies (The UWI) has climbed even higher in the 2019 report published by the prestigious UK-based ranking agency. 

They say opportunity knocks only once, but Owen Brown has experienced an anomaly; the certified scuba instructor has twice received full scholarships from his employer, Sandals Montego Bay, to pursue tertiary studies.

‘Gabby Glam Co’, ‘Carnival Glam Hub’ , ‘Glam Con’: Do these business ventures ring a bell?

“For as long as I can remember, I just wanted to be a corporate girl.” Words of 23-year-old ‘glam boss’, Gabrielle Waite.

If you have been an avid social media user for the past three years, you would have witnessed the rise of a stunning, young girl boss in the local beauty industry.

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