A little late this week… I don’t know where to start. The floods have overwhelmed us, but we are still standing. At least, some of us are. I highlighted some stories in red, this time! Water, water everywhere: After a pretty rainy April in some parts, the weather gods (and climate change) decided to give us … More Wednesday Review: What’s Happening in Jamaica, May 23, 2017
Phew! It’s been quite a week, again. Here’s a taste of what’s been happening! I highlighted the “big” stories in purple… By big I mean those we should keep an eye on, in my view. Click on the links for more details. CHEC land deal: The Office of the Contractor General is continuing his probe. Former … More Monday Review: What’s Happening in Jamaica, May 15, 2017
JET has just announced a new competition for all those communities engaged in Labour Day cleanups across the island – through the Nuh Dutty Up Jamaica campaign. Once again, this is supported by the wonderful Tourism Enhancement Fund and Wisynco Group. When is Labour Day? Surely you must know! It’s Tuesday, May 23. Let’s get busy and … More JET Launches Nuh Dutty Up Jamaica Cleanup Network Photo Competition
It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these. Here’s an update of the week’s news and issues. I hope you find it useful! I am adding more links so you can read more about these stories. I’ve highlighted one or two “big stories” in purple. P.S. Happy Europe Day! That is actually tomorrow, … More Monday Review: What’s Happening in Jamaica, May 8, 2017
Two years ago, if you recall, BirdsCaribbean held its 20th International Conference right here in Kingston, Jamaica – attended by well over 200 scientists, conservationists, students and bird enthusiasts from across the Caribbean and beyond. It was fantastic. Now, unbelievably, two years have already passed and BirdsCaribbean will be in southern Cuba in July! This … More BirdsCaribbean To Meet in Southern Cuba This Year
Saturday, April 22 is Earth Day. The theme is Environmental and Climate Literacy – in other words, the importance of educating ourselves on these complex and wide-ranging topics. Until recently, by the way, I didn’t know the day is also called International Mother Earth Day. The Earth Day Network (Earth Day is primarily a citizen-oriented effort) is … More #EarthDay2017: What’s Happening in Jamaica?
Originally posted on Zaheer's "Facts, Lies & Statistics":
By Zaheer E. Clarke Broadcast: February 18, 2017 on SportsNation Live First published February 20, 2017, Republished April 3, 2017 The standards of sports and opinion journalism in Jamaica are falling. It’s time to lift the standards. President Donald Trump (l) and his counsellor…