A carpet of grass at the front of one’s house is not a sign of true wealth. It signifies entrapment in an ideology of Englishness that is fundamentally alien.
Citizens’ associations across the country need to join forces, parish by parish, to claim power and fight for our communities.
Costly high-rise apartments in Kingston 6 are not likely to solve the housing crisis in the city. Many will remain empty for a long time, waiting on wealthy investors.
Traffic a go lock down. Tighter than covid curfew./ Chrafik a go lak dong. Taita dan kuovid korfyuu./ Traffic is going to be locked down. Tighter than a covid curfew.
Jamaica suppose fi be di land a wood an water. Dis ya govament a turn wi country inna dry river bottom./ Jamieka supuoz fi bi di lan a wud an waata. Dis ya govament a ton wi konchru ina jrai riva batam./ Jamaica is supposed to be the land of wood and water. This goverment is turning our country into a dry river bed.
Holness might as well shut down NEPA. It nuh look like seh im tek dem serious. Holness mait az wel shet dong NEPA. It no luk laik se im tek dem siiryos. Holness might as well shut down NEPA. He doesn’t seem to be taking the agency seriously.
Instead of giving away Jamaica’s beaches to foreign investors who export their profits, the Government should be ensuring that Jamaicans have access to public beaches.
The Palisadoes cleanup was organised by the Japan International Corporate Agency (JICA), in partnership with the Jamaica Environment Trust (JET) and the 'Nuh Dutty Up Jamaica' campaign. Cleverly billed as 'Garbie Walkie', the cleanup combined exercise and public service. We had a lot of fun.