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| In this issue:
- Daflex: Appleton Treasure Island
- Hospitality Jamaica - Jamaica
belongs to citizens too
- 'Overheard' and 'You ask
the Question' - Gleaner Features
- Jamaica Gleaner Business Directory
- La Dora Villa
- Go-local Jamaica Giveaway
- Pieces of the Past - The Road
Endorsed Event :: Appleton Treasure Island
Treasure Island is here again. There will be 11
Parties in 4 days starting on August 4 and ending
on August 7, 2006.
For more information on the parties and where
to get tickets visit http://daflex.net.
All the information you need is there. After the
parties look out for the picture galleries.
Hospitality Jamaica : Jamaica belongs to citizens
too - Frank Pringle
was how former Minister of Tourism for the People's
National Party (PNP), Ambassador Frank Pringle described
the Government for its inefficiency in protecting
the land rights of the Jamaican people. Read more
and 'You ask the Question' - Editorial
your opportunity to ask questions of various private
and public sector officials in our new interview
series, You Ask The Questions. http://go-jamaica.com/demo/youask
What did he just say? Weve all heard them.
Those side-splitting one-liners that you overhear
in the strangest places, http://go-jamaica.com/demo/overheard/
Gleaner Business Directory : Get Listed and Get
Online Jamaica Gleaner Business Directory serves
as an easy guide to business in Jamaica. We currently
have hundreds of listings and your listing will
increase the range of services listed.
La Villa Dora
Whether you are big or small you should be listed.
We and many others now know of La Villa Dora since
they got listed ( http://go-jamaica.com/business/view.orgdetail.php?id=273).
You can have your profile too.
Contact our sales representatives at 932-6073,
932-6270 or 932 6137 and get listed and found
any one of our two(2) online games and win prizes
from Go-Local Jamaica.com
Tell us the meaning of the Jamaican proverb and
you could win free movie tickets courtesy of Palace
You can also be the winner of one of our great
prizes if you can identify a photo in our photo
Pieces of the Past: The Road to Freedom
can be said to have arrived in two stages; the
first being the early morning of Friday, August
1, 1834. On that day many slaves were said to
have walked up hills and climbed trees so as to
clearly witness the literal dawning of their freedom.
Around the island thousands attended 'Divine Services'
to give thanks and praise. August 1, 1834"
For more on this interesting period of our Jamaican
history that we now celebrate in August 1. http://www.jamaica-gleaner.com/pages/history/story006.html.