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JMMB hosts ‘Bonfire on the Beach’

The JMMB Group hosted an invitation-only client mixer, dubbed, ‘Bonfire on the Beach’ last Saturday, at the picturesque Laughing Waters beach in St Ann. The evening provided a relaxed atmosphere for the JMMB team to fete current and prospective…

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Tech exec: Artificial intelligence won't lead to wide-scale job cuts

A top executive of a leading outsourcing firm has rubbished the popular notion that the imminent implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) in commercial operations would result in a mass loss of jobs. Speaking to The…

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Jamaica wooed by Mexican wave – Head of mission talks up trade fortunes after investment summit – Jamaica Gleaner

Jamaica wooed by Mexican wave - Head of mission talks up trade fortunes after investment summit  Jamaica GleanerJamaica stands to benefit tremendously from a massive jump in trade if a recent Business Summit for Investment between the Mexico ...

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Racquel Johnson making macramé modern

Macramé, is the art of knotting strings/ropes/cordinto patterns. Accessories, caps, hats, bags, clothes, household items, hammocks,etc., can be made with the macramé technique. Yet, it is an ancient art from whose popularity had been gradually…

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Racquel Johnson making macramé modern

Macramé, is the art of knotting strings/ropes/cordinto patterns. Accessories, caps, hats, bags, clothes, household items, hammocks,etc., can be made with the macramé technique. Yet, it is an ancient art from whose popularity had been gradually…

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President of JANN says future of animation looks bright

President of the Jamaica Animation Nation Network (JANN) Kevin Jackson says the future is looking bright for the animation sector, owing to the increased demand for local professionals in the field, exposure to international markets, and…

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Trafficking task force, CISOCA boosted by donations

 Public sensitisation should consume the bulk of a $500,000 donation to the National Task Force Against Trafficking in Persons (NATFATIP) by the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association (JHTA). Meanwhile, the JHTA donated…

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No more traffic gridlock in MoBay

Western Bureau: The new traffic management plan, which is an integral part of the St. James police’s overall drive to contain lawlessness, is producing the desired result, according to Superintendent Vernon Ellis, the…

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Free flu vaccine now available in Hanover

Western Bureau: The Hanover Health Department has launched an initiative, inviting persons in the parish to get the flu vaccine. This comes against the background of a low take-up rate of the vaccine locally which…

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