MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica - Owners of the island’s auto sound systems will again compete on Labour Day, May 23 at the Montego Bay Cricket Club at Jarrett Park in St James.
The action is set to start at 3:00 pm.
Hosted by Scott’s Auto, LIME and Tyre Warehouse, Sound Ruption will feature a wide cross section ...more »
Taniesha Scott (third left) and Michelle Grant, volunteers from the National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA), assist the children (from left) Malia Grant, Maleec Denham, and Matthew Green in cleaning up debris from the Hellshire Bay Beach in St Catherine on Saturday. The Urban Development Corporation partnered with NEPA to spearhead clean-up activities in celebration of International Coastal Clean-Up Day through its Natural Resources Management and Environmental Planning Department. The project which saw approximately 440 volunteers turning out was aimed at reducing ocean pollution and minimising environmental degradation.
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