Forty poverty-stricken families will have the comfort of new two-bedroom houses from Food For The Poor (FFP) Jamaica later this year
Palladium Hotel Group has announced plans to invest an additional $21 million to upgrade the guest experiences at its Grand Palladium and The Royal Suites by Palladium properties in the Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Mexico. The investment is being made to improve quality and consistency as part of the company’s dedication to offering the same high-quality experiences at each hotel at excellent value. Five million … Continue reading PALLADIUM Hotels Investing $21M In Caribbean/Mexican Market
Marloe Rodman There was a riveting end to the return of the Jamaica Cycling Federation’s Kingston Criterium on Sunday, April 17 at the Kingston Waterfront. National and regional champion, Marloe Rodman showed his mettle as he dominated a strong field in the featured event to finish as the top rider on the day. #Beniton aka #JackFrostt International Artist/Producer/Songwriter and CEO of Mad a Road Production … Continue reading Di Tings Weh We A Chat Bout!
Jamaica’s sporting star Usain Bolt has admitted that he has faced “strong” levels of classism and racism from Jamaica’s upper class throughout his rise as a global athletics icon. The multiple world and Olympic record holder recalled how he was left ‘shocked’ by the reactions of neighbours when he moved into an upscale St Andrew apartment complex. “Especially when I started out. It was more shocking … Continue reading Usain Bolt Beating Classism And Racism In Jamaica
Athletics superstar Usain Bolt has announced that his foundation is to join forces with Athletics for a Better World, a programme of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF). Athletics for a Better World provides organisations and people with a platform to use athletics to make a positive difference around the world, reports CMC. As part of the programme, the Usain Bolt Foundation will be … Continue reading Usain Bolt’s foundation joins forces with IAAF programme
Jamaica, anchored by 100m champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, set a championship record time of 41.07 seconds as they take gold in the 4x100m relay at the World Athletics Championships. Great Britain’s team, featuring 100m and 200m national record holder Dina Asher-Smith, came home fourth in a British record time of 42.10. The USA took silver in 41.68 and Trinidad and Tobago took bronze in 42.03. Continue reading World Championships 2015: Jamaica’s women win 4x100m relay gold
#TeamJamaica … not just the Facebook Page but the whole nation of Jamaicans a yaad and abroad went to heaven this morning when our star… Our amazing Usain Bolt win the 100m World Championship title in Beijing today! According to the Jamaica Gleaner, Bolt, 29, has been beset by a pelvic injury for much of the season while Gatlin, who has twice served doping suspensions, … Continue reading Congratulations to USAIN BOLT- the Greatest Sprint King of All Time