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Knutsford profit more than doubles in 3Q
LUXURY coach provider Knutsford Express Services disclosed that it more than doubled third quarter net profits in its first quarterly earnings report since going public.
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Thu Apr 24, 2014
The Washington Post
This week's best travel deals
With the Dive Into Summer package, guests receive a $100 food and beverage credit valid at any of the on-site dining facilities plus room service.
'Fish-bone' stabbing case goes to court
A St James woman, accused of stabbing a man to death with a fish bone in 2012, will have her case heard in the St James Circuit Court on May 14, when the matter will be mentioned.
New airline routes launched
interCaribbean Airways introduces Jamaican domestic route
Cutting the ribbon on 16 April in Kingston to celebrate the launch of multiple-daily flights to Montego Bay were : Mr Joseph A Matalon, Chairman NMIA Airports Ltd; Mr Lyndon Gardiner, Founder and Chairman of interCaribbean Airways; Hon MP Richard Azan; John Lynch, Jamaica's Director of Tourism; Kerri Bayliss, Ms Jamaica Universe; Mr Trevor Sadler, ... (more)
THE influential Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry could have a new president next Wednesday, when it stages its Annual General Meeting at the Wexford Hotel in that resort city.
Wed Apr 23, 2014
Aviation body advises CAL: Drop London route
The CAPA Centre for Aviation has advised Caribbean Airlines to drop its London route and code share with British Airways "to improve its fortunes."
Confession is good for the soul
I suppose in the great scheme of things that my criminal record is pretty short: one ticket, one arrest and one investigation.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Outstanding phone info stalls drug case
The case involving two St James men, who were reportedly held with over two pounds of cocaine last March, stalled in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court following the revelation that cellular phone information was outstanding from the prosecution's case file.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
We Care Foundation gives $8.25-million boost to CRH
The Cornwall Regional Hospital last week received a well-needed cash injection of $8.25 million from the We Care Foundation.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Meeting set with Hopewell principal, school board
THE embattled principal of Hopewell High School in East Hanover, Joyce Irving, who has been implicated in a corruption probe at the school, will face the full board of governors of the institution after the Easter holidays to answer certain questions, the ministry of education has confirmed.
Divorce doesn't have to be an option
LIKE most married couples, pastors Paul and Dorrett Blake had their challenges. The problems got so bad that Dorrett eventually filed for divorce some years ago.
Marcus James, truly a Jamaican success story
In 2000 when 28-year-old baby-faced Marcus James went downtown Kingston to make his pitch to higglers and small business operators, he was not only armed with a dream and an idea but a fiercely quiet determination to bring them to reality.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Jamaica anti-doping official arrested after raid
A Jamaican attorney who is a top official with the sprinting powerhouse's anti-doping disciplinary panel has been arrested following a raid at a massage parlor he reportedly owns.
THE dead are no longer buried at the decades-old Cholera Cemetery on Montego Bay's 'Hip Strip', but those interred there must be turning in their graves due to the deplorable state of the St James Parish Council-owned facility.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Winter cruises in Jamaica from East Midlands Airport
THOMSON Cruises' brand new winter 2014/15 line up goes on sale on November 14, 2013, and its Platinum ship Thomson Dream, will be moving to the exciting new home port of Montego Bay in Jamaica.
10 Ideas for Your Jamaica Wedding Itinerary
The Jamaica Tourist Board shares 10 planning ideas to help you create the ultimate Jamaica wedding itinerary for you and your guests.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Manchester home for 40 more HIV-infected children
However, there is hope that the beginning of its transformation into a residential facility for children and women living with HIV/AIDS should be realised by year-end.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
The youth with the dreadlocks gave up a half-hearted attempt to sell some marijuana and fell instead to discussing politics."
Fri Apr 11, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Co-founder of Jamaican dance company dies
Eddy Thomas, co-founder of a prominent Jamaican dance company that sought to promote African heritage in a country emerging from under British rule, has died, the group announced Friday.