"This station rules the nation with version!" declared Ewart 'U Roy' Beckford, OD on his way-back-in-the-day tune (somewhere between 1969 and 1970.)
How did they come about and how did they get their names - Jamaica's parishes explained.
Jamaica is the only Caribbean island that is completely surrounded by the Caribbean Sea
Before God and all mankind,
Our National Symbols are representative of our rich history and culture. They define us as a people – Jamaicans who are proud of where we are coming from
In February 1962, a new constitution was approved by the Legislation and the Premier Norman Manley called General Elections.
The Cabinet of the Government of Jamaica is the principal instrument of government policy. It consists of the Prime Minister, and a minimum of thirteen other Ministers of Government, who must be members of one of the two Houses of Parliament.
Sixteen students, who attend non-traditional high schools across the island have been rewarded for their outstanding performance in academics by the National Child Month Committee (NCMC).