Water Parties in a Drought Offensive

July 28th, 2014

Recently in Jamaica, voices of opposition, including the political, have come out against the granting of licenses for persons to hold water parties in Kingston and St. Andrew. Now in a society where it seems hardly anything is ever in poor taste much less wrong, there has been opposition to the call for a water [...]


A strong dependency on modern conveniences

November 3rd, 2012

Even before Hurricane Sandy hit on Wednesday October 24, I was left without my water and energy supply. I sat there night after night in complete darkness and wondered what I was missing on the television or whether or not I was missing something interesting on a radio programme. While going to work, I finally [...]


Piggyback service offered to persons marooned after heavy rainfall

June 19th, 2011

A Jamaican news video that has been spliced and altered into a rather catchy tune has been making big waves on the internet. Although the message in the video is a very important one, the way it has been presented is incredibly hilarious. The message In Jamaica, when certain communities experience heavy rainfall, the roadways [...]