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Spanish Town High School gets Simulated Roadways in Corridors

Students and faculty members at the Spanish Town High School were greeted by major physical changes when they returned from their summer break to start the new academic year. Thanks to the efforts of the JAA Junior Club at the … Continue reading

JN Legacy Scholarship Recipient Ready for Graduate Studies

From as early as three years old, Chevano Baker’s resilience and fortitude to succeed was being shaped in and around the Christiana market, as he ventured out to the streets to increase the sale prospects for his parents who were … Continue reading

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Ashae Conquers GSAT for a Place at Mount Alvernia High

When the new school year began, the Mount Alvernia High School in Montego Bay, St James welcomed Ashae Whorms, former deputy head girl at the Daniel Town Primary School in nearby Trelawny. An avid saver, lover of English Language and … Continue reading

37 Students Awarded JN Foundation GSAT Scholarships

Eleven-year-old Jada Myers, first-form student at Hampton School, who formerly attended Top Hill Primary, is not only overjoyed that she was placed at the school of her first choice in the recent Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT), but that she … Continue reading

Pickney Netball Celebrates Crowd Funding Success

Approximately 100 children will have a chance to explore a future in netball, as Pickney Netball, accomplished its funding target of USD $7100 on the ISupportJamaica crowd funding platform, operated by the Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS). The programme, an … Continue reading

Resort Schools to get Pedestrian Safety Programme

Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett has pledged to include pedestrian safety training in resort area schools into his ministry’s road safety programme. This is an extension of the tourism ministry’s Destination Assurance Programme, which targets road safety as an essential part … Continue reading

Voices For Jamaica: Fostering Careers in Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship is seen as a vehicle, which can create employment and encourage economic growth; and as a result, one non-government organisation, Voices For Jamaica Today Foundation, mounted a summer camp in Maverley, St. Andrew to prepare young people about options … Continue reading

JN Invites Used Car Dealers.. on a “Road to Millions” Challenge

As a relatively new entrant in the auto loans market, Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) has been stimulating the market to the benefit of new and used car  dealers. Last Friday morning, August 19, the Society launch its six-month- long … Continue reading

JN Life Posts Positive Profit Growth

JN Life Insurance profits increased by 15 percent to $135.5 million, for the financial year ending December 31, 2015, and during its first full year of operations in 2014, the company recorded profits of $115.2 million. The new life insurer … Continue reading

Introduce Mandatory Testing for Driver’s Licence Applicants

Race car driver David Summerbell has suggested that the introduction of a mandatory Road Code Test for persons applying for a Provisional Driver’s or Learners Licence, particularly for motorcyclists, may reduce the number of road fatalities in Jamaica. He was … Continue reading

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