Transport Ministry reduces senior citizens’ JUTC fare to $40

KINGSTON, Jamaica -- The Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing a short while ago released amended fares for the Jamaica Urban Transit Company which it says will become effective on Sunday, August 24. According to the ministry’s release the amended fares are: adults$120; senior citizens a ... Read more

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Monday, June 25, 2012    

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The Nuttall gift certificate, which was launched recently at the annual health and wellness fair hosted by the Nuttall Memorial Hospital in Kingston, was unveiled by Carla Seaga (left), whose daughter was born at the hospital in 2002. She was assisted by Jerr Johnson, the reigning Miss Jamaica Mother, and the hospital's matron Kathleen Hensley (centre). The gift certificate, that will shortly be available for sale, can be redeemed for general services at the hospital, which is operated by the Anglican Diocese of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands.

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