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  • Bioregeneration Integrated Medical Centre launches regenerative medical spa

    Bioregeneration Integrated Medical Centre has launched a regenerative medical spa at its 15 Haining Road, Kingston, location. With the launch of this spa, the centre will be offering a regenerative approach to aesthetics and skin care, including treatments such as vampire facials, microneedling with skin boost and platelets, Botox, PRF and dermal fillers, and more.

  • Jamaica Art and Gift Festival a hit with shoppers, vendors

    Some 35 entrepreneurs and creatives across Jamaica got a chance to showcase their unique handiwork at the first staging of the Jamaica Art and Gift Festival (JAGFest) held on Sunday at Murray's Farm in Toll Gate, Clarendon. Sweet treats, luxury items, jewellery and home décor pieces topped the sightings.

  • We must be committed to reshaping values, norms – Terrelonge

    Minister of State in the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Alando Terrelonge, is calling for the reshaping of cultural norms and values, as part of efforts to reduce and eliminate gender-based violence in Jamaica.

  • Bahamas defends digital asset oversight after FTX collapse

    The Bahamas government has dismissed as "inaccurate allegations" international criticism of the country's digital asset regulations following the collapse of FTX.

  • Paramount sets 'eight in four' goal to quadruple sales

    Paramount Trading Jamaica, PTL, set a new record for annual sales revenue this year and followed up with its best ever turnover in a quarter for the three-month period ending August. Now the lubricants trading and chemical manufacturing company...

  • ISP sets aside $200m from bond for portfolio acquisition

    Microlender ISP Finance Services Limited has raised $470 million through the bond market, $200 million of which the company says it will set aside for the acquisition of a loan portfolio that's been pending for more than a year.

  • Agriculture minister calls for more private-sector investments in the industry

    Agriculture and Fisheries Minister Pearnel Charles Jr is calling for increased private-sector investments in the industry. Speaking at the Eat Jamaican Day Expo in Kingston on Friday, Charles urged "more of our private-sector partners to partner with us, by investing in the expansion of production in Jamaica". He noted that efforts are being made to "reach out" to members of the diaspora and other stakeholders with a message that, "Jamaica is ready and ripe for investments".

  • Mavado to perform in New York on December 10

    Dancehall artiste Mavado is celebrating his birthday today and ready to hit the stage in New York for his annual birthday celebration.

  • BlockFi files for bankruptcy, latest crypto company to fail

    Cryptocurrency lender BlockFi filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday, the latest casualty of the collapse of crypto exchange FTX.

  • Cuba's informal market finds new space on growing internet

    In the Telegram group chat, the messages roll in like waves.

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