Issue #4, Jan. 14, 2003
to the latest edition of the Go-Jamaica.com newsletter.
This week we are featuring:
of Education, Youth & Culture, Mrs. Maxine Henry-Wilson
will be www.go-jamaica.com online guest on Wednesday
15 January 2003.
Williams this months Caribbean-media.net guest
and popular DJ Wayne Marshall is the guest on www.jamaica-star.com
News - hear it first on www.go-jamaica.com
profile: Blue Verandah Designs
week is Earthquake Awareness Week. In 1993 Jamaica was
struck by an earthquake, which measured 5.4 on the Richter
Scale. Located along the southern margin of the Wag Water
Fault it affected Kingston, St. Thomas, Clarendon and
St. Catherine. For information on what to do during an
earthquake and also the activities scheduled to take place
check out www.go-localjamaica.com
Matters - Children Are the Future
of Education, Mrs. Maxine Henry Wilson will be Go-Jamaica's
online guest on Wednesday 15 January 2003 at 6 p.m. (EST).
This week we have seen two more outside recruitment agencies
from the USA and UK again approach our teachers to relocate
to their countries. We have also seen no resolution in
the current pay discussions taking place between our teachers
and the Government. As more teachers decide to 'opt out'
of Jamaica - Go-Jamaica.com
provides you with the opportunity to ask the Minister
in charge of the portfolio questions on the critical subject
of Education, Youth and Community. Log on and make sure
you have your say.
Journalist Lloyd Williams will be our guest on Wednesday
22 January 2003 at 6pm (EST). Lloyd is an award winning
Senior Jamaican journalist based at the Jamaica Gleaner.
Throughout his career he has broken many critical stories
that have challenged and rocked government's, political
institutions and the Jamaican people. An elder statesman
of the newspaper industry, he is a great mentor for
young journalists all over the world. (Caribbean-media.net)
of the Month: Wayne Marshall to appear on www.jamaica-star.com
Marshall with be the online guest this month for Jamaica's
top entertainment site www.jamaica-star.com
He will be appearing on Thursday 16 January at 6 p.m.
Wayne Marshall is currently wowing audiences all over
the world with great rythmns. Join him in the Go-Jamaica
chat room for what shall be an exciting evening.
Go-Jamaica has heard you appeal for breaking news updates
as and when they happen throughout the week. Keep abreast
of what's happening in Jamaica by staying tuned to www.go-jamaica.com