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NEGRIL, Westmoreland, October 5, 2014: Work on several improvement projects in Negril are to be ramped up to improve conditions in the resort area as the Ministry of Tourism and En

Three of Jamaica’s finest contemporary voices and performance poets, Mel Cooke, Yashika Graham and Richard “Dingo” Dingwall, are gearing up to participate in Jamaica Rising, a series of poetry read

Kingston, Jamaica: October 1, 2014: Efforts to position Jamaica as the leading sports tourism destination in the Caribbean got a major boost today (October 1) with the official lau

Kingston, Jamaica: September 25, 2014 – The library at the New Kingston offices of the Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) was today (September 25) renamed the ‘Clive Eugene Taffe Informat

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica September 24, 2014: With cruise arrivals at Jamaica’s three cruise ship ports showing increases, in a month’s time Montego Bay will become home port to the Tho

LUCEA, Hanover, September 23, 2014: The Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment has rallied several government agencies to work with the Tourism Enhancement Fund to transform the tow

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, September 22, 2014: The upward trend in tourism which saw the two million-barrier in arrivals broken last year has continued into 2014 and so far there is a 2

Kingston, Jamaica: September 15, 2014 - Minister of Tourism and E

Kingston, Jamaica: September 15, 2014 - Minister of Tourism and E

The National Library of Jamaica (NLJ) will present another in its Distinguished Lecture series on Sunday, September 21 with renowned Jamaican author, Olive Senior.  The lecture will take place at t

The National Library of Jamaica (NLJ) will present another in its Distinguished Lecture series on Sunday, September 21 with renowned Jamaican author, Olive Senior.  The lecture will take place at t

Kingston, Jamaica: September 11, 2014 –   Over eighty local suppliers of goods and services, including manufacturers, will participate in the upcoming Jamaica Product Exchange (JAP

Kingston, Jamaica: September 11, 2014 –   Over eighty local suppliers of goods and services, including manufacturers, will participate in the upcoming Jamaica Product Exchange (JAP

Kingston, Jamaica: September 10, 2014 – As the tourism sector continues to experience steady growth the Ministry of Tourism & Entertainment and its agencies will seek to raise

Kingston, Jamaica: September 10, 2014 – As the tourism sector continues to experience steady growth the Ministry of Tourism & Entertainment and its agencies will seek to raise

KINGSTON, Jamaica: September 9, 2014: Efforts to establish a central body to coordinate the development of the craft sector took a major leap today as the newly appointed Craft Cou

KINGSTON, Jamaica: September 9, 2014: Efforts to establish a central body to coordinate the development of the craft sector took a major leap today as the newly appointed Craft Cou

KINGSTON, Jamaica: September 3, 2014: Over forty representatives from regional organizations including the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean Stat

KINGSTON, Jamaica: September 3, 2014: Over forty representatives from regional organizations including the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean Stat

NEGRIL, Westmoreland: September 3, 2014: Work is to begin this month on a $25 million project to renovate the Negril Police Station in Westmoreland.

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