(JIS) The Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport is working on building a framework for Kingston to fully operate as a musical economic zone. This was disclosed by Portfolio Minister, Hon. Olivia Grange, during a reggae month reception on the lawns of Jamaica House on February 20. “Having received the UNESCO (United Nations Educational,

CONCACAF is opening a new office in Kingston, Jamaica. The continental governing body for football in North, Central America and the Caribbean, believes an office in the Caribbean region will help enhance governance for all 41 member associations, and “triple its investment” in Caribbean competitions throughout the coming year. The objective of the new Caribbean

Tuff Gong International is relaunching its vinyl manufacturing operations, after years of inactivity. Based in Kingston Jamaica, Tuff Gong has partnered with U.S. company Sunpress Vinyl, bases in Miami, Florida – which is housed in Reggae pioneer Joe Gibbs’ former Final Vinyl factory. Tuff Gong is currently undergoing major renovations to restore its vinyl printing

The New York Times has listed Kingston Jamaica, as one of the “Best Places to Go in 2017”. Yesterday an article in the U.S. leading newspaper placed Jamaica’s capital at number 24 out of its top 52 destinations. The article recognizes Kingston for being the heart of Jamaica’s cultural offerings, and points to the dub

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