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Author: Prof. Colin O Jarrett

How airplane seats could look in the post-coronavirus era

Airline passengers may be buckling up to new physical distancing measures in the post-coronavirus era — through novel seat configurations that prevent the spread of bugs, according to a report. Italian manufacturer Aviointeriors has created concepts for two airline seatsRead More

ISSUES CONFRONTING THE PASTORS’ WIFE

Today, pastors wives are discovering that their roles are changing while recognizing more opportunities than ever.  Years ago, the pastor’s wife’s role was to somewhat sacrifice her life for the members of the congregation; she would play the organ orRead More

ABOVE NORMAL 2020 HURRICANE SEASON PREDICTED

A summary infographic showing hurricane season probability and numbers of named storms predicted from NOAA’s 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook   An above-normal 2020 Atlantic hurricane season is expected, according to forecasters with NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, a division ofRead More

STATISTICS SHOWS INCREASED PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENT BY MILLENNIALS

“Millennials are concentrating more on building their career and becoming more knowledgable about what assets will come from their career salaries and what their income will be in the future” says Jacquline Itani of Stutman, Stutman & Lichtenstein, LLP. SheRead More

JAMAICA RECORDS 389 GANGS WITH 250 ACTIVE

This was disclosed by National Security Minister, Dr Horace Chang in Parliament on Tuesday as he tabled the report of the Joint Select Committee that reviewed the Criminal Justice (Suppression of Criminal Organizations) Act of 2014, also called anti-gang legislation.Read More

40TH ANNIVERSARY OF EVENTIDE TRAGEDY IN JAMAICA

Forty years ago, May 20, 1980, fire at the Eventide Home in Jamaica claimed the lives of over 140 destitute and elderly women. During a coroner’s jury on May 5, 1981 for just over 15 minutes, the deliberations resulted inRead More

DO CHRISTIANS BELONG IN POLITICS?

  The relationship between Christianity and politics is a complex subject and a frequent source of disagreement throughout the history of Christianity, as well as in modern-day Christianity. Many believe that Christianity should have little interest in or participation inRead More

WOMEN IN TOP JOBS ARE PRONE TO DIVORCE MORE THAN MEN

The study on the impact of career growth on relationships in Sweden, which was published by the World Economic Forum and London School of Economics Business Review, discovered a link to a rise in divorce rates for women who enjoyRead More

DISGRUNTLED SHIP WORKERS SAFELY ARRIVE AT FALMOUTH PORT, JAMAICA

Over one thousand ship workers who are aboard the Royal Caribbean cruise ship, Adventure of the Seas, which arrived at the Falmouth Port in Trelawny, Jamaica, will be allowed to disembark in stages. The process, which begins on Thursday, willRead More

ST KITTS AND NEVIS GOES TO THE POLL ON JUNE 05

Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis Dr Thimothy Harris announced that the general elections will be held Friday, June 05, 2020. The electorate will at that time, chose a government to lead the Federation for the next five years.Read More

SURE SIGNS YOUR RELATIONSHIP IS HEADING “SOUTH”

Reaching the end of a relationship isn’t always a bad thing. Like ripping a band-aid, it is often better to just get the breakup over and done with rather than delaying the inevitable. Ahead, relationship therapists and Counselling psychologists spillRead More

BABY USAIN BOLT HAS ARRIVED

Prime Minister of Jamaica Andrew Holness has sent well wishes to sprint legend Usain Bolt and his girlfriend Kasi Bennett on the birth of their first daughter. The couple launched the countdown to the birth of Baby Bolt in JanuaryRead More