He's still stitching his way in a competitive, demanding and fickle business but twenty-nine year old Andre Shirley who has a decade of design under his belt remains undaunted.
It's easily and readily recognised that good, proactive leadership is essential to the organisation of any society.
The International Iguana Foundation today announced the release of a record 52 Jamaican Iguanas in April.
The Jamaican Bar Association's penultimate weekend seminar takes place between June 14 and 16 at the Sunset Jamaica Grande Resort, Ocho Rios, St Ann.
GeneraTION 2000, the affiliate group of young professionals of the Jamaica Labour Party, is contending that the "forced resignation" of Senate President Stanley Redwood has sent the wrong message to struggling Jamaicans who have no means of escape.
The political representative for West Kingston has criticized the People's National Party for its silence on recent comments made by the president of the PNP Youth Organisation who described civilians killed in the 2010 Tivoli incursion as casualties of war.
BACKGROUND checks on controversial dentist, Nigerian-born Dr Christopher Ogunsalu have revealed that he was charged in 2007 with assaulting a female assistant during a dispute at his Montego Bay office in St James.
THE great spirit of generosity exhibited this past week by a number of individuals and institutions in tribute to the life and work of Dr Joyce Robinson, who made her transition last Sunday at the age of 87, is a welcome reminder that there still exists a warm light in the darkness of bile, mean-spiritedness and malice which now threaten to ... (more)
Jamaican singer Derrick Morgan recorded the song "Conquering Ruler" in 1967, and it was no empty boast.
KINGSTON, Jamaica - Toyota Jamaica kicked off their three-month Toyotathon sales event last Saturday at Devon House on St Andrew.
The wheelchair-bound man who was arrested and charged for attempting to smuggle cocaine and ganja out of Jamaica via the Sangster International Airport, in Montego Bay, was handed a mandatory two years and four months sentence and fined $1.3 million in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court on Wednesday.
Natallia Shevanese Graham, who was charged for a number of drug offences including possession, possession with intent to supply, trafficking and importation, was sentenced to 12 months.
Minister of Youth and Culture Lisa Hanna said the annual observance of Labour Day, May 23, can be an opportunity to teach young people the true meaning of service.
GIVEN how the Rev Stanley Redwood gave a good account of himself during his short stint as Senate president, we have no doubt that he will, as he told this newspaper, continue to serve Jamaica from his new home in Canada.
Your guess is as good as ours as to what has SportsMax Caribbean Marketing Manager Tanya Lee in stitches while in conversation with Puma's Juliet Campbell.