Jun 26th

TASTE MAKERS: Chantrelle and Fung share a close up at the festival's launch on Tuesday.

Jun 26th

Earlier this year Kevin Downswell revealed to TALLAWAH readers that he was in the process of completing a motivational tome that would provide fresh insight into his evolution as a musician and Christian minister, while sharing some...

Jun 26th

Asafa Powell was in sizzling form on Thursday as he cruised to victory in the men’s 100m quarterfinal heat at the JAAA/Supreme Ventures National Championships. The former world record holder seemed to hardly break a sweat as he cruised to a 9.98s victory ahead of Yohan Blake 10.24 seconds and Kemarley Brown who clocked the same time. In quarterfinal 2 ...

Jun 25th

Due to our family visitor duties (albeit very pleasant duties) I have missed several events. Here is one important one. Over the years, the Jamaica Environment Trust has persevered with its programs that seek to educate our children on a range of environmental issues. It is interesting that the rural schools have done particularly well this...

Jun 25th

” Dem dweet again, dem  mismanage even mismanagement “
That was the expression that greeted me, when I got news that Jamaica largest ever infrastructural development project was still born.
Some-how the PNP seems able to select the least experience, least knowledge, least capable both financially and otherwise to manage their...

Jun 25th

I’ve beheld this scene located in Temple Hall – St Andrew numerous times while travelling to Kingston. For a long time I’ve imagined how wonderful a painting it could make but never found the time to actually paint it. I finally found some time to do it and I think it turned out well though I prefer larger paintings. Check...

Jun 25th

I know I am going to get in trouble for this one, but I am willing to go ahead and make the point for what its worth.
It has been said that remittances is Jamaica’s  largest foreign exchange earner, contributing over US$2B per year .( I would like to make a point here.

Jun 25th

When one fails to use history as a guide for moving forward, you are bound to make serious mistakes and is more likely than not to fail.
The civil servants signed a “historic” MOU with the PNP government, where they agreed to another two years of wage freeze.

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