Geneve Barnett-Fraser, Customer Service & Logistics Manager, IGL Ltd. and her daughters Leah Barnett-Fraser (left) and Peta-Gaye Barnett-Fraser.
When Roshelle Roberts took her 9-year-old daughter’s primary school report to work to brag to her colleagues about the child’s brilliance, little did she know the result would be one of jubilation, and that it would lead to her receiving a bursary from her new employers - IGL Ltd. – just eight months after she started working with the company.
Roberts, a Credit Analyst had been enthused by her daughter’s performance over the years, as the star student consistently maintained an average above 90% at Polly Ground Primary in Linstead, St. Catherine. This stellar performance had given... read more
MORE THAN 530 persons across the island’s four juvenile correctional institutions will benefit from the We Transform Programme’s healthy lifestyle pillar which seeks to engage children on the topic of
healthy life skills through training. The pillar is being implemented in partnership with the Ministry of Health and We Transform partners CHASE Fund and the Organisation of American States.
Through the initiative, 110 inmates and 100 correctional officers from the Metcalf Street facility; 40 inmates and 60 correctional officers from Hilltop; 50 inmates and 60 correctional... read more
Moderator Cheryll Stewart
THE LAUNCH of Katalyxt 2017-18 Youth Innovators’ Competition (YIC)took place at the José Marti Technical High School on Thursday, November 2, followed by a sensitisation session on November 16. There was excitement when several schools gathered to be stimulated by thought-provoking challenges delivered by the sponsors, industry stakeholders, and organisers of the Katalyxt YIC programme.
The theme of this year’s competition is ‘Planting the Seed of Entrepreneurship in Fertile Soil’. The launch kicked off with moderator Cheryll Stewart welcoming all to the seventh staging of the Youth... read more
POPULARLY TERMED the 'forgotten parish', residents in St Thomas have, for years, been feeling the pinch of underdevelopment, which is most noticeable in the tarnished road network throughout the parish. On Monday and Tuesday, November 6 and 7, respectively, scores of angry residents took to the streets in what can be described as a desperate and riotous cry for help. In a collage of burnt tyres across streets,
debris, old cars and other implements, a clear message was sent via mainstream media that the people have simply had enough of being forgotten.
But for some younger,... read more
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