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Bartlett, JHTA Discuss Threats to Tourism

Minister of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett has indicated that Jamaica is taking note that the potential global economic downturn and sargassum phenomena are real threats...

Wiggan sending the elevator back down

Wants to start a J1 Internship Programme Written By: Rosalee D. Wood Contributor Kirk Wiggan believes in sending the elevator back down. A tourism worker who...

Protect Our Geological Heritage, Protect Tourism

by: Rosalee D. Wood “When the last tree has been cut down, the last fish caught, the last river poisoned, only then will we realize...


In May, when one of Sandals Negril’s Club Sandals Agents, Shenade Quarrie, was announced as the Diamond Team Member of the year 2018, the...

Flashback to Emancipation Day Vigil 2019

The Annual Emancipation Vigil was held at the historic Sam Sharpe Square in Montego Bay on Wednesday, July 31. The vigil featured performances...

Denise Brown: Shipping guru in the making

Prior to joining the Sandals Resorts International family as the Group Shipping Clerk, Denise Brown had worked in Purchasing at another resort. She thought she had mastered the art of coordinating and navigating the many intricacies of purchasing and shipping, but it wasn’t until her journey with Sandals began in 2015 that she tapped into her true potential in the field and realized there was much more to learn.

Bartlett to review Tourism Security Audit Report

Tourism Minister, Edmund Bartlett, has announced that he will be reviewing the report on the intensive island-wide security audit of the sector soon. The audit was carried out by the Tourism Product Development Company (TPDCo) with support from well-known international security expert, Dr. Peter Tarlow.


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