Farming

Jamaicans Urged To Do Farming

05/05/2021 0

 When contemplating her career path as a youngster, Citerina Atkins did not have farming on her list of options, but three years into her journey as a member of the agricultural sector, she is now [more..]

Insights

The continuing shame of Ocho Rios

12/08/2016 0

Those of us who live and work in Ocho Rios are saddened to see the extent to which the town continues to exist in a state of decay. It is as though the authorities are [more..]

The Captain is Dead. Long Live the Captain

07/06/2017 0

Prime Minister Andrew Holness is this evening mourning the death of national sporting icon, businessman and philanthropist, President of the Jamaica Football Federation, Captain Horace Burrell. Captain Burrell died this afternoon in hospital in the [more..]

That's A Wrap

11/07/2016 0

If you watched last Sunday’s BET Awards, you would have seen International R&B singer, Alicia Keys rocking one on the red carpet – a head wrap!… Powered by WPeMatico

In the Spotlight

The Captain is Dead. Long Live the Captain

by Lemon Hall in Famous 0

Prime Minister Andrew Holness is this evening mourning the death of national sporting icon, businessman and philanthropist, President of the Jamaica Football Federation, Captain Horace Burrell. Captain Burrell died this afternoon in hospital in the [more..]
Health

Who Benefits From Bauxite Mining?

15/08/2019 0

Bauxite mining has now arrived in Walkerswood, Saint Ann. There is large scale mining of bauxite taking place to the east and south of Walkerswood. The bauxite company is carrying out its activities with no [more..]

Popular Posts

Aabuthnott Board Resigns!

11/04/2015 0
The Aabuthnott Gallimore High School in St Ann is to get a new board following the resignation of  the members. GPO understands that the Board resigned due to several disagreements with [more..]

Beach Life For Beach Bums

28/05/2015 0
Do you want to be a beach bum in Jamaica? It’s easy, just be in Jamaica, appear on a beach – any beach – smile and communicate with anyone you [more..]

Crowd Funding Gutter Cleanups

28/05/2015 0
I was walking up main street in Ocho Rios sometime last week, admiring all the offerings from cigar selling shops to money exchange sites and underground money exchange personnel (Dollars [more..]

Farming For Visitors

28/05/2015 0
14,000 Farmers Registered with RADA in St. Ann Farmer registration in the parish of St. Ann is progressing smoothly, with more than 14,000 farmers registered with the Rural Agricultural Development [more..]

A Profile of St. Ann

Alexandria
28/06/2018 0
Parish Name: St. Ann Capital: St. Ann’s Bay Land Area: 1,210.25 sq km (467.3 sq mi) Population: 173,232 History St. Ann was named after Ann Hyde, wife of James II, King of England and is [more..]

BROWN’S TOWN COMMUNITY COLLEGE GRADUATION 2016

Browns Town
15/12/2016 0
Brown’s Town Community College (BTCC) hosted its graduation ceremony for the class of 2016 on Thursday, November 17, at the main campus, in Brown’s Town, St Ann. The ceremony was hosted under the theme “Committed [more..]
Browns Town

Courts Furniture Store Upgraded

01/10/2016 0
Courts, which recently launched its new Ashley store in Liguanea, St Andrew, has continued to invest in its retail outlets with the upgrade of the store in Ocho Rios, St Ann. The store has a [more..]
Alexandria

Hurricane Matthew is Coming

01/10/2016 0
Jamaica’s emergency management agency started deploying supplies to shelters yesterday as Hurricane Matthew gained strength while churning across the warm waters of the central Caribbean, resulting in the Meteorological Service labelling the cyclone “extremely dangerous” [more..]