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JAMAICA | Southern Coastal Highway delay angers St Thomas and the Diaspora

Kingston, Jamaica, January 13, 2019: Member of Parliament for Eastern St Thomas, Dr Fenton Ferguson says the delay in the start of the Southern Coastal Highway is another clear indication of Government's disregard for the plight of the people of St Thomas and the hardships faced on account of the failure to deliver the promised roadway.

Jamaica Welcomed 4.31 Million Visitors in 2018

KINGSTON,  January 11, 2019 - Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett, is reporting that Jamaica welcomed a record 4.31 million visitors in 2018; the second year in a row that Jamaica has had more than 4.3 million visitors in a single year.
  • Published in Tourism

JAMAICA | Government and Opposition teams agree on Cooperation

KINGSTON, Jamaica. January 8, 2019: Prime Minister Andrew Holness, Opposition Leader Dr Peter Phillips and their respective teams met late into last night to discuss issues of national security and crime management; and the desire to have a national consensus on these issues.

Prime Minister Hails Accompong Town Maroons

ACCOMPONG, St. Elizabeth, January 7, 2019 - Prime Minister Andrew Holness, has hailed the Accompong Town Maroons in St. Elizabeth, noting that their togetherness is a shining example of peace for the rest of Jamaica.

Do Black Lives Matter in Israel?

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, January 6, 2018 - The Andrew Holness led JLP administration, not unlike former Jamaica Labour Party administrations since Edward Seaga, continue to have a better than cordial relationship with the state of Israel, despite the fact that the Israelis have been hostile to Black people in general, and have displayed outright racist tendencies to black Jews, Palestinians, Africans  and all people of colour who have chosen to settle in Israel.
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