KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Minister of Health, Fenton Ferguson says the Ministry will be seeking to purchase an additional ten ambulances during the 2014/2015 financial year to further increase the fleet across the public health sector.
Ferguson was speaking at the handing over ceremony of a new ambulance to the University Hos ...more »
Sandals Resorts International Chairman Gordon 'Butch' Stewart (centre) is flanked by (from left)his son and Sandals CEO Adam Stewart; Obediah Wilchcombe, minister of tourism of The Bahamas; John Maginley, minister of tourism of Antigua and Barbuda and Dr Wykeham McNeill, minister of tourism and entertainment of Jamaica, following their presentations at the Atlantic City, United States leg of the annual Sandals convention for travel agents and tour operators. The convention has already stopped in Dallas and Houston, Texas; Orlando, Florida; and Toronto, Canada, and will move next to Chicago and Los Angeles, United States.
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