Welcome to the Gleaner Online Weekly Newsletter
| In this issue:
- Round Jamaica - New Feature
- Job Smart, find jobs in jamaica
- Gleaner/ Power 106 News RSS
- Did you miss Jamaica Live?
- Stepping through Stepney with Robert Lalah
|Round Jamaica - New Feature
Wright and Jermain Evans, from Go-Jamaica and The Gleaner Company.
Over the next foreseeable future, well, 10 days or so, we will be
blogging our way around the tourist (and hopefully not so tourist)
attractions of this beautiful Caribbean island.
A hi-octane melange of hi-lights await you
.bars, scotch-bonnet n jerk
falls, farms and rastafari
and somewhere to crash at the end
of each day.
Well also be featuring interviews with the fascinating people
we meet along the way.
So, welcome. Lean forward. Armchair travel from the tips of your
fingers to the edge of your toes - and then get out around Jamaica
Read more at http://go-jamaica.com/roundjamaica
|Gleaner Career Section : Job Smart
and Jobs in Jamaica
you are looking for a job, career information and tips, you can
find it all at the Gleaner's JobSmart.
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/
|Gleaner/ Power 106 News
up to date, Monday to Friday, with the latest news from the Gleaner/Power
106 News Room. The latest news is now available online at http://www.go-jamaica.com/news.
Now you can subscribe to our new RSS feed.
Remember to bookmark that page as your source of breaking news,
|Did you miss Jamaica Live?
House Live', with Prime Minister Bruce Golding', which is to be aired
on the last Wednesday of each month, will be carried live between
8:30 p.m. and 10:0 p.m.
The prime minister's call-in programme is being developed and produced
by the Ministry of Information, Culture, Youth and Sports and the
Jamaica Information Service, and is being aired by the radio stations
in time provided for special government broadcasts
Listen to a recorded version of "Jamaica Live" at
|Stepping through Stepney
with Robert Lalah
mi a tell you mi can sing you know. Do mek mi just sing one more song
fi you." The man saying these words was standing in front of
me for the past five minutes, begging me to give him a chance to record
an album. Why? I really don't know. He just came out of nowhere and
started singing. "By the rivers of Babylon, where we sat down,"
he belted the tune with all his might while snapping his fingers.
"And there we wepts when we remembers Zion."
Read more about Lalah's Journey.