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MONTEGO  BAY,  St.  James,  Jamaica,  April  10,  2016:  Minister  of  Tourism,  Hon.  Edmund  Bartlett  has outlined to the new boards of directors of key agencies in the ministry

KINGSTON, Jamaica; April 4, 2016:  Minister of Tourism Hon.

MONTEGO BAY, St James, Jamaica, March 24, 2016: In the aftermath of the third Tourism Linkages Speed Networking Event participants from various sectors including entertainment and

MONTEGO BAY, St.  James, Jamaica, March 21, 2016: Minister of Tourism, Hon.

MONTEGO BAY, St. James, Jamaica, March 17, 2016: The Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF) and the EXIM Bank are to set the stage for the establishment of a tourism bank.

Minister of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett (right), shares Red Stripe's Managing Director Ricardo Nuncio's interest in a brochure on Red Stripe beer, during a courtesy call on the minister at his office in New Kingston on Wednesday.

KINGSTON,  Jamaica,  March  17,  2016:  Minister  of  Tourism,  Honourable  Edmund  Bartlett,  yesterday noted that Public Private Partnerships (PPP) will form a key part of Jamaic

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, March 14, 2016: Minister of Tourism Hon Edmund Bartlett has challenged the Tourism Product Development Company (TPDCo) and leaders of key subsectors of the in

Minister Bartlett Meets With US Ambassador to Jamaica

KINGSTON, Jamaica; March 09, 2016:   In a bid to further strengthen relations between Jamaica and the United States in the area of tourism Minister of Tourism Hon.

KINGSTON, Jamaica; March 8, 2016: On the heels of yesterday’s official swearing in of members of the new cabinet, the newly appointed Minister of Tourism, Hon Edmund Bartlett, hit

Kingston, Jamaica: March 8, 2016 – Hon.

Kingston, Jamaica: February 15, 2016 – Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, Hon. Dr.

TREASURE BEACH, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, February 15, 2016:  The area of Treasure Beach, St.

NEGRIL, Jamaica: February 7, 2016: A social intervention pilot project for the parish of Westmoreland is to be rolled out over the next few weeks to help reduce criminal activity.

Kingston, Jamaica: February 3, 2016: A newly released Tourism Demand Study, commissioned by the Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment, has revealed that opportunities created by to

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica; February 3, 2016: Jamaican workers have been credited in large part for the success of the local tourism sector, which saw some 3.69 million visitors in 2015.

Portland, Jamaica: January 17, 2016 – The famous Boston Beach in Portland has been refurbished at a cost of $27.7 million and was officially reopened by Minister of Tourism and Ent

Kingston, Jamaica: January 15, 2016 – As part of efforts to boost heritage tourism the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF) allocated $180 million in funding for Jamaica’s heritage sites

Kingston Jamaica; January 14, 2016

TEF Provides $28 Million for Renovation

Kingston, Jamaica: December 23, 2015 – Eight days into the start of the 2015/16 Winter Tourist Season, the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay was buzz