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Published:Wednesday | October 20, 2021 | 12:08 AM
Lloyd ‘Judge’ Ferguson, a third of the Mighty Diamond trio, was invested into the Order of Distinction in the rank of officer for his contribution to reggae music, locally and internationally.
Lloyd ‘Judge’ Ferguson, a third of the Mighty Diamond trio, was invested into the Order of Distinction in the rank of officer for his contribution to reggae music, locally and internationally.
For his contribution to the arts, especially in the field of music, Winston Ewart was conferred with the Order of Distinction in the rank of officer.
For his contribution to the arts, especially in the field of music, Winston Ewart was conferred with the Order of Distinction in the rank of officer.
Charela Inn’s Donald Grizzle was one of five tourism stalwarts honoured by the Government. Grizzle was invested into the Order of Distinction in the rank of officer for his service to the tourism sector, especially in the promotion of Negril as a tourism
Charela Inn’s Donald Grizzle was one of five tourism stalwarts honoured by the Government. Grizzle was invested into the Order of Distinction in the rank of officer for his service to the tourism sector, especially in the promotion of Negril as a tourism destination.
Elaine Thompson Herah said she felt ‘so honoured and overjoyed’ to be conferred with the Order of Distinction in the rank of commander.
Elaine Thompson Herah said she felt ‘so honoured and overjoyed’ to be conferred with the Order of Distinction in the rank of commander.
Legendary musician Ernest ‘Ernie’ Ranglin was conferred with the Order of Jamaica for his exceptional contribution to the development and internationalisation of reggae music.
Legendary musician Ernest ‘Ernie’ Ranglin was conferred with the Order of Jamaica for his exceptional contribution to the development and internationalisation of reggae music.
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More than 200 Jamaicans were honoured for their outstanding contribution to nation-building during Monday’s virtual National Honours and Awards ceremony. Held on National Heroes Day, the event featured performances from Dean Fraser, Ken Boothe, 2021 Gospel Star Erica Lumsden, and others. It also saw Professor Donald Jasper Harris being invested into the Order of Merit, the nation’s fourth-highest honour. Something Extra brings you the highlights.