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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.

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

Kingston Jamaica: September 2, 2014 - The first batch of police officers to be trained as team trainers in The Tourism Product Development Company Ltd.’s (TPDCo.) flagship “Tea

Kingston Jamaica: September 2, 2014 - The first batch of police officers to be trained as team trainers in The Tourism Product Development Company Ltd.’s (TPDCo.) flagship “Tea

NEGRIL, Westmoreland: August 31, 2014: As part of an ongoing effort to further enhance safety and security in resort areas island-wide, the Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment, t

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