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This week we are featuring:
- Villas Around Jamaica: - Cannon Villas
& Silver Palms
- Jamaica Star.com - It Started With A Smile
- VMBS Boys and Girls Championships on
- Go-localjamaica.com - Splash Aqua Aerobics
- Jamaica Gleaner: - Archives Online
The Gleaner Online Your Online Solution:
Featured clients Mid Island Car Rentals
and Honey Bun.
|Villas Around Jamaica: - Cannon
Villas & Silver Palms
Villas and Silver Palms are nestled in a private
and quiet area of Mammee Bay between St. Ann's
Bay and Ocho Rios in St. Ann, the garden parish
of Jamaica. This sheltered location provides guests
with the options of visiting the attractions,
like the famous Dunn's River Falls, the Ocho Rios
Straw Market, duty-free shops, restaurants, nightclubs
and all the fun and entertainment of the North
Coast resort town of Ocho Rios, or you can just
enjoy the privacy and solitude of your own villa,
townhouse or apartment with the beach just a short
stroll away. www.silvercannon.com
Jamaica-Star.com: It Started With A Smile.
It started with a smile and five shillings, but
no one knew, not even their parents, that Lucienda
and Clifford Blackstock's relationship would span
four decades of love and devotion.
The couple, both originally from Rock District
in Mocco, Clarendon, now live in Palmer's Cross,
Clarendon. They told THE STAR that while they
knew each other from in the community, it was
on a sunny June afternoon along a lane in their
community that their love sparked. Read the full
|VMBS Boys and Girls Championships
on Go-Local Jamaica
the latest update on VMBS Boys and Girls Championships
has always been the main focus when one begins
to consider good health. Now everyone is familiar
with getting up early in the morning to go jogging,
walking on treadmill or afternoons at the gym.
One woman anxious to offer something different
has started another form of exercise for those
interested - Splash Aqua-Aerobic Fitness Club.
Former officer of the Jamaican Defence Force,
Tessa Lewin served for eight years with the force
and attained the rank of captain. With her love
for physical fitness and the urge to make exercise
much easier Tessa started an aqua-aerobic programme.
Click here for the full story http://www.golocaljamaica.com/readarticle.php?ArticleID=4179
|Jamaica Gleaner: Archives Online
month the Gleaner Company Ltd placed its vast newspaper
archives dating back to 1834 on the World Wide Web.
By simply logging on to Gleaner.newspaperarchive.com,
a visitor to the site will be able to enter a
search term and within seconds, receive a listing
of Gleaner publications over 171 years.
If a person registers, for a fee, the actual
printed page will be displayed and made available
for download, printing or email. The rates for
the service are US$7.95 per day, US$29.95 per
quarter and US$49.95 per year.
Remember this website is your gateway to searching
and reading antique newspapers online.
|Ecommerce Works With Go-Jamaica.com:
- Take your business online with Go-Jamaica.com
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This week we are featuring: Mid Island Car Rental
and Honey Bun.
in the middle of the Island. Mid Island Car Rentals
have been working to solve the problem of transportation
for our visitors wanting to see the Island.
This family run business is built around your
needs. If you want to be picked up at the airport
and taken to Mandeville or its surrounds we offer
that. You can also stop worrying about the cost?
We have cars to rent at prices you can afford.
Just check our rates by simply clicking here
the month to be Jolly" Oh no its not! Oh yes
it is. EASTER is almost upon us, and its time to
dive into that delightful Jamaican combo of "Bun
and Cheese". Does anyone satisfy our needs
better than Honey Bun? They intend t to spoil you
this Easter with their range of delicious, mouth
watering, buns, pastries and so much more. Click
here to see just how www.honey-bun.com
|New Music Mixes
you can listen to some of the country's most popular
dancehall, calypso and reggae mixes at http://www.jamaicastar.com/ruggedjams/
Every week we will bring you new mixes. Enjoy the music
and remember to share it with your friends.
merchandise is now online. Gifts include trendy T-shirts
for men & women, hats, caps, bags and of course the
delightful cuddly toy. http://www.cafeshops.com/gojamaicastore
|Programme Hosts: Derrick
Jones with Yvette Rowe & Hamlin Grange
Description: As Power 106FM works to achieve its
objective of giving Jamaicans their first 24/7 all-talk
radio station, Good Evening Jamaica was developed to
provide quality news programming that would appeal to
Jamaicans at home and in the diaspora. Starting on air
on January 17, 2005, Good Evening Jamaica provides major
news, sports and weather along with current affairs
ranging from politics and science & technology to
business and the arts. The Gleaner/Power 106 Radio Newscentre
that has correspondents in Kingston, London, Toronto,
New York and Miami produces the news content of the
programme enabling the features in the programme to
also adapt an international outlook.
About the Hosts: Chief Anchor Derrick Jones
is an attorney-at-law for more than 40-years, Honorary
Consul for Sweden in Jamaica, a partner at the law firm
Myers Fletcher & Gordon and a board member of numerous
Her accent tells of her British training, but Co-host
Yvette Rowe has made her name in broadcast journalism
mainly in Jamaica. She is a lecturer and award winning
broadcast journalist and producer with a track record
in radio and television production across the region.
Before being appointed a member of the Toronto Police
Services Board Hamlin Grange was a press reporter and
managing editor, television news anchor and host and
community activist. He is cofounder of ProMedia International,
which sponsors the annual Innoversity Creative
Programme email: email@example.com
Telephone nos: In Jamaica, 968-4901- 3, 1-888-991-4072
Intnl Toll-free line courtesy of People's Telecom Ja
Ltd: 1-866-LINK-106 (1-866-5465-106)
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Estate is located in Western Jamaica and comprises
298 acres of land now in sugar cane production. Research
at the nation's archives in Spanish Town, reveals that
the property was patented in 1963 by John Breeding who
was one of the early settlers to the island of Jamaica.
The early cultivators of the property planted sugar
cane and this crop has been in continued production
for the past three hundred years.
In 1784, Williams Bligh of "Bounty" Fame
Acting as Captain of the ship Lynx carried sugar from
Prospect Estate to England. Captain Bligh gained notoriety
as a result of the famous Mutiny of the Bounty. This
expedition to the South Seas involved the transportation
of hundred of breadfruit trees and other and other exotics
from the island of Tahiti to Jamaica.
The cane lands amounting to two hundred and seventy-eight
acres is for Sale going price US$700,000.
For a closer look at this amazing property visit www.prospectestatejamaica.com