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FOR YOUR DIARY

Monday, July, 2 2018    

(1) Tuesday July 3Springfield All Age & InfantAnnual Transitional ExerciseSpringfield Moravian ChurchSt Elizabeth - 10:00 am (2) Wednesday July 4ISSA/GraceCricket Awards Ceremony Read More

PHOTO: GOT IT!

Monday, July, 2 2018    

Jahnoy Thompson (left - 195), formerly of Manchester High School, pushes for the line just ahead of Nigel Ellis (centre-87), formerly of St Elizabeth Technical High School, in the men's 200 metres at the Jamaica National Senior and Junior Championships at National Stadium in Kingston recently. Read More

Wigton's gift to Rose Hill Primary

Monday, June, 18 2018    

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Wigton Windfarm Limited at Rose Hill in southern Manchester recently completed a $10-million renovation project at the neighbouring Rose Hill Primary and Infant School. Read More

Green leads Manchester Chamber of Commerce for third term

Monday, June, 18 2018    

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Businessman Garfield Green was elected at the Manchester Chamber of Commerce's annual general meeting on Thursday, June 7 to again lead the organisation. Read More

Cultural shift necessary

BY ALICIA SUTHERLAND Observer staff reporter sutherlanda@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, June, 18 2018    

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Chairman of the Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA) Wayne Chen wants a “revolutionary” approach to building a culture of cleanliness among Jamaicans. Read More

JISCO Alpart Jamaica assists 130 farmers

Monday, June, 18 2018    

NAIN, St Elizabeth — JISCO Alpart Jamaica and its community partners, Manchester Plateau Community Council and Alpart Community Council, have assisted 130 farmers with an agricultural stimulus programme valued at $650,000. Read More

Public Health Inspectors — Safeguarding health in Manchester

Monday, June, 18 2018    

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — The Manchester Health Services has placed particular focus on public health inspectors among its activities for the recognition during the Health Month of June. Read More

PHOTO: Ellis does it!

Monday, June, 18 2018    

Former St Elizabeth Technical High School sprint star Nigel Ellis (left) led the way for central Jamaica athletes recently when he won the men's 200 metres at the JN Racers Grand Prix meet at National Stadium. Running in lane seven, Ellis won in 20.36 seconds ahead of Bryce Robinson of the USA... Read More

Carib Cash now in Mandeville

Monday, June, 18 2018    

Finance company Carib Cash, Jamaica recently bolstered its presence in Jamaica with the addition of a new location at the Annex at Havens Plaza, Shops 3&4 on Manchester Road, Mandeville. The new addition brings the FastCash Caribbean Group total network to 22 business locations across nine... Read More

PHOTO: JOYOUS!

Monday, June, 18 2018    

Students of Richmond Primary School show off their dancing skills at an exposition hosted by public health inspectors in Mandeville last week. Chairman of the Southern Regional Health Authority, Wayne Chen applauded the performance, noting that just as children are taught to sing and dance, they... Read More

FOR YOUR DIARY

Monday, June, 18 2018    

Saturday June 23Ebenezer Home for the Homeless and Mentally ChallengedFundraising BanquetSt John Bosco compoundHatfield, Manchester- 6:00 pmProceeds: To assist homeless and mentally challenged males in Manchester  Read More

Roses Valley health fair still going strong

Monday, June, 4 2018    

SANTA CRUZ, St Elizabeth – For the fourth year in a row, residents of ruggedly mountainous Roses Valley and surrounding communities, close to the south Trelawny border, participated in a health fair organised by the USA-linked Unity Fellowship Jamaica... Read More

JMMB SCORES AGAIN

Monday, June, 4 2018    

The finance management and banking group JMMB recently hosted football fans to a special Champions League viewing party at the Beaux Exchange in Santa Cruz, St Elizabeth. Photo shows excited fans as Real Madrid defeated Liverpool 3-1 in the UEFA Champions League final. (Photo: JMMB) Read More

Health fair for pregnant women

Monday, June, 4 2018    

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — An antenatal health fair dubbed PREGMATE (Pregnant Mothers Advancing Through Education), initiated by the Manchester Midwives Association and the only one of its kind in Jamaica, has been making great strides in empowering pregnant women, according to a... Read More

Culture of Kindness

Monday, June, 4 2018    

MANDEVILLE, Manchester- Evolving out of the labour riots in Jamaica in 1938, meant to secure the rights of workers, the stage was set for what is now recognised as Labour Day on May 23 annually. Read More



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