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JHTA on jet ski watch

With jet skis set to return to centre stage on the country's shorelines tomorrow, the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association (JHTA) has already indicated that it will be monitoring the industry like a hawk.

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Longer wait for cheaper light! No ease on high bills until 2019 … if all goes well, says CaPRI; Government and OUR’s inaction hurting Jamaicans in their pockets

The local think tank, Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CaPRI), is projecting that Jamaicans will not see any significant reduction in electricity rates until 2019, instead of 2016 as projected by the Government.

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Cabinet signs off on energy team

Former Director General of the Office of Utilities Regulation Winston Hay; member of the coordinating committee of the partnership council, Professor Alvin Wint; and trade unionist Helene Davis-Whyte are the other three members appointed by the Governm...

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Top Score Jamaica works to assist local students – Jamaica Observer

Top Score Jamaica works to assist local studentsJamaica ObserverHorace Grant, a Jamaican-born and raised lecturer at the City University of New York and a member of the Triple Nine Society for people who rank in the 99.9th percentile (top one in a thou...

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Cafes and restaurants were being held up at gunpoint

I am trying so hard not to be snarky and obnoxious right now, because I don doubt that your pain is real and that you mean every word you say about how awful it is that someone who has children has the nerve to complain about their kids. But all the same: there were parents on your earlier posts posts ...

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The Sadar SP held a press conference on this issue

cheap nike shoes game of thrones season 7 to have show cheap nike shoes cheap jordans in china It is well known that in these places kids often lose their things and after they go to lost and found. To avoid this unpleasant situation you can just put a label for each thing and when it gets lost somebody will ...

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JPS on standby – Power company ready to replace EWI – Jamaica Gleaner


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JPS on standby - Power company ready to replace EWI
Jamaica Gleaner
John Kistle, senior vice-president of generation at the Jamaica Public Service Company, during a tour of the company's Hunts Bay facility last Friday. - Gladstone Taylor/Photographer. Daraine Luton, Senior Staff Reporter. AS the Government considers ...

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Jamaica on itinerary as Southwest goes international – Jamaica Gleaner


Jamaica Gleaner

Jamaica on itinerary as Southwest goes international
Jamaica Gleaner
Jamaica on itinerary as Southwest goes international. Published: Sunday | June 1, 2014 Comments 0. Janet Silvera, Senior Gleaner Writer. Jamaica will be the first international destination for the United States' (US) largest domestic carrier, Southwest ...

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Disability discrimination: a necessary frontier – Jamaica Gleaner

Jamaica GleanerDisability discrimination: a necessary frontierJamaica GleanerRoger Campbell (left) and Jenard Williamson wheel around during duties on a sidewalk construction site in Elletson Flats, St Andrew. A new disability law is expected to furthe...

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