In This Issue...
- Go-Local Jamaica - Do You Write Poetry? Then This May Be Of Interest
- Youthlinkjamaica.com - Karelle Off To Leadership Conference
- Jamaica Gleaner Local Election Results
- Go Jamaica Pieces of the Past: The History of Falmouth - The Boom Town Of The 19th Century
- Go-Jamaica Client Showcase - Featured Villa: Crystal Waters
|Go-LocalJamaica.com: Do You Write Poetry? Then This May Be Of Interest|
Get your voice heard in Go-Local Jamaica's poetry section. Our goal is to eliminate the traditional barriers that prevent most people from having their message heard, and that is why we are encouraging you to participate in this unique online initiative.
For more information click here
|Youthlinkjamaica.com: Karelle Off To Leadership Conference|
|Karelle Pickersgill who will graduate from St. Andrew High School next year has been selected to participate in the National Student Leadership Conference (NSLC) on International Diplomacy, an extraordinary leadership development programme for outstanding high school students. While attending the NSCL this summer, Karelle will have an opportunity to study, experience and develop the skills and traits that define and identify a leader.|
To read more click here
|Jamaica Gleaner Local Election Results|
For the final results of the 2003 Local Elections in Jamaica log on to http://www.jamaica-elections.com
|Pieces Of The Past: The History Of Falmouth - Boom Town Of The 19th Century|
Named for Falmouth, Cornwall, the birthplace of then British governor William Trelawny, it became the capital of the parish of St. James (of which Trelawny was once a part), in the 1790s, thus taking over from the town of Martha Brae in a move sanctioned by the Vestry (or Parish Council).
Falmouth was created from seaside land owned by famed English Romantic poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning's grandfather, Edward Moulton Barrett, in 1790. Barrett sold portions of land off to planter friends, kept the waterfront and donated what remained for the building of a courthouse, church and public gardens. For more click here
|Do things the Go-Jamaica Way|
|Listen to Live Free Jamaican Radio|
Talk is of course of the primary focus during the week but on the weekends you can hear some of the best Jamaican music ever made.
- Dear Pastor
(Mon,Wed & Thur)
Host: Reverend Dr Aaron Dumas
Dear Pastor is two and a half hours of interactive programming during which listeners can receive information on a wide range of social issues, as well as seek advice from the programme's host Reverend Dr. Aaron Dumas.
During the first hour of the programme Dr Dumas, along with a panel of resource persons discuss a specific topic during which listeners are free to pose questions on the subject . For the rest of the programme persons can call in for advice or comment on any other matter.
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Foreign Exchange Trading Summary End of the Week, June 25, 2003
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