Welcome to the Gleaner Online
| In this issue:
- Interesting Bits : Independence memorabilia
- Business Directory - Caribbean Freight
- Sangsters' Books Stores - Miss Lou's
Books & GSAT Books
- Go-local Jamaica Giveaway
- Pieces of the Past - Birth of Independence
Bits : Independence memorabilia
Every now and then you see an interesting article
that you have to share. This week, thanks to Shelly-ann
Thompson, we share a fascinating part of Jamaica's
history with you.
"When Jamaica was granted self-government
on August , 1962, several pieces of memorabilia
were issued to citizens of all ages across the
country..." Keep reading at
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.
Caribbean Freight Handlers
Caribbean Freight Handlers (CFH) is a privately
owned freight company located in Kingston, Jamaica.
From its inception the company built an enviable
reputation for reliability and efficiency ( http://www.go-jamaica.com/business/view.orgdetail.php?id=279).
You can have your profile too.
Contact our sales representatives at 932-6073,
932-6270 or 932 6137 and get listed and found
|Miss Lou's Books
at Sangster's Book Store
cultural icon might have died but her good works
live on. Purchase copies of her work from Sangster's
Books Store (http://sangstersbooks.com/)
and keep the memories alive. Some of the works available
Di Riddim Sweet - US$16.00 *
- Aunty Roachy Seh - US$13.00 *
- Anancy & Ms. Lou - US$11.00*
- Jamaica Labrish - US$14.00*
- Selected Poems - US$13.00*
* -Prices do not include shipping and handling.
For more details http://sangstersbooks.com/.
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: Birth of Independence
close this newsletter with another great article
from the first-class series "Pieces of the
"From Savannla-La-Mar to Morant Bay, from
Above Rocks to Port Maria, as the clock struck
midnight on August 5, 1962, the strains of our
national anthem were heard for the first time
while Union Jacks were lowered and the Jamaican
For more on this interesting period of our Jamaican
history that we now celebrate on August 6. http://www.jamaica-gleaner.com/pages/history/story007.html.