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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Manchester business leaders honoured

Monday, February 10, 2014    

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MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Nine business leaders in Manchester late last month walked away with awards at the Manchester Chamber of Commerce's Annual Awards and Banquet.

Megamart Wholesale Club was named business of the year, Pickapeppa Company was awarded family business of the year, while Jamaica Standard Products, Sagicor Bank, Fontana Pharmacy, HEART Trust/NTA, OMG Restaurant&Coffee Bar, Social Development Commission and C&D construction picked up respective prizes in the manufacturing; banking and finance; customer service; education; hospitality; community impact; and construction categories.

The Manchester Chamber prides itself on being the "united voice" for businesses in the parish by promoting entrepreneurship, community development and economic progress.

This year's Awards and Banquet was made possible by sponsors, including First Global Bank, Scotia Investments, Jamaica Observer, ATL Automotive, Courts Jamaica, Digicel Business, Sagicor Bank and Jamaica Money Market Brokers.

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