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.
Councillors Mark McGann and Anthony Murray, representing the Somerton and Rose Hall Divisions respectively at the St. James Municipal Corporation, have declared that going forward, serious attention will be given to resolving the infrastructural challenges being faced by citizens in the divisions.
Film Commissioner Renee Robinson has said that the local opening of filmmaker Storm Saulter's second feature film, Sprinter, heralds a new era in Jamaican film, and shows that locally made content can be displayed on the island and appeal to Jamaican audiences.
Executive Director of the NSWMA, Audley Gordon, says that the station will serve as an area where trucks can deposit solid waste prior to being loaded onto larger vehicles and transported to designated disposal sites.
Britney Gregory out of Felicity Road in Glendevon, St. James, will be among the more than dozen Under-14 ladies, getting off to the Asian country, China, where they will spend two months participating in a development camp under the watchful eyes of key instructors from that country.