KINGSTON, Jamaica — The National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) says $45 million will be spent to clean-up, clear, transport and dispose of solid waste over the festive season.
The NSWMA said that $25 million is earmarked for public cleansing activities, while another $20 million will go toward the remov ...more »
MINISTER of Youth and Culture is urging parents to be vigilant in monitoring their children and know what they are doing on social media.
"Know who your child's friends are. Know what they are doing on Facebook, know what they are doing on BB, know what they are doing on Skype, know what they are doing on Whatsapp," she advised, noting that this does not only apply to the teenagers, but the "six, seven, eight, nine and 10-year old" children as well.
She noted that pornography is the number one most visited Internet site worldwide. These sites are easily accessible to children, so parents should keep close tabs on what their children are doing in a bid to shield and protect them.
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