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Issue #113, December 11, 2007
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Welcome to the Gleaner Online Weekly Newsletter

In this issue:
  • Roving With Lalah: Trotting through Chapelton
  • Hospitality Jamaica: Record-high stop-overs for '07 winter tourist season
  • Gleaner Career Section : Job Smart and Jobs available at ALPART
  • Jamaica Elections Coverage : Results
  • Ensure you get your Weekly Newsletter and Gleaner Today
Roving With Lalah: Trotting through Chapelton

Robert continues his journey around Jamaica and last week he stopped in Chapelton.

"In the centre of the town called Chapelton in Clarendon, Millicent Gunther is waiting on a taxi. She is a meagre, little woman who celebrated her 82nd birthday only a week ago. Much to the chagrin of her centenarian husband, William, she refuses to wear the spectacles prescribed for her a few years back, and so now she squints her way through her daily activities. She's holding two large, black plastic bags and leaning on a wall."

Read more at http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20071206/news/news1.html

Record-high stop-overs for '07 winter tourist season

Against the background of a year that began soft, Jamaica's 2007 stop-over arrivals will record a new high, as a result of an anticipated 200,000 visitors that are expected to visit the island in December, Minister of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett told Hospitality Jamaica.

This is good news for Jamaica. Read more about this in Hospitality Jamaica at http://hospitalityjamaica.com/

Gleaner Career Section : Job Smart and Jobs available at ALPART

Gleaner JobsmartIf you are looking for a job, career information and tips, you can find it all at the Gleaner's JobSmart.

View Jobs available at ALUMINA PARTNERS OF JAMAICA (ALPART) by visiting http://go-jamaica.com/jobsmart/orglistings.php?id=177

Latest Jobs listed this week:There are over 100 listings for Job Vacancies in Jamaica and the Caribbean, so visit http://go-jamaica.com/jobsmart/ now.

Jamaica Local Government Elections Results
Jamaica ElectionsThe Jamaican Local Government Elections has come and gone but just in case you need to review the results you can do so by visiting the Gleaner's Jamaica Election 2007 website at http://jamaica-elections.com.

Apart from the election results you can view cartoons, blogs

Special Video Presentation
There is a special video presentation "Junior Mayors discuss the issues". Watch the Junior Mayors of Jamaica discuss some of the most pressing community issues across the nation.

They recently attended a forum held at the Gleaner Company, during Youth Month in November 2007. http://jamaicaelections.com/local/2007/blog/?p=41

Visit Jamaica Elections 2007, http://jamaica-elections.com



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