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New Year’s Message from Prime Minister

My fellow Jamaicans at home and abroad, in this our 50th anniversary as a nation, I greet you with the sunny optimism that a Jamaican new year brings, with all its prospects of personal fulfillment and happiness. I hope that this will be your year of achievement and personal satisfaction and that the Lord will, indeed, enlarge your borders. We have yet again demonstrated to the world our unshakeable commitment to the democratic process, for the sixteenth time last Thursday, we reinforced to the international community our absolute commitment to the rule of law and to electoral democracy. Something we can be proud of as we celebrate Jamaica 50. We have, in fact, strengthened our democratic mechanisms to the point where we have one of the most enviable electoral systems in the world. This ...
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Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival 2012

Tickets for the most highly anticipated show in the region, the JAMAICA Jazz and Blues Festival - The Art of Music, are now available for purchase online as well as at select locations in Kingston and Montego Bay. Patrons can purchase tickets for the 2012 mega event for either single nights, the weekend, or the entire season. Single night tickets grant entry to Thursday, Friday or Saturday night, while the weekend package provides patrons with access to Friday and Saturday nights. Season tickets grant access to all three nights of the stellar event. In tribute to the celebration of Jamaica’s 50th year of independence in 2012, general admission single night tickets for Thursday January 26 will be only US$50 while VIP tickets are priced at US$120. On Friday, general admission will be US$100...
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Jamaica Elections 2011 Results

All the ballots of Jamaica's 2011 general elections have been counted and the results show a landslide victory for the People's National Party led by Portia Simpson-Miller and a surprising defeat for the Andrew Holness led Jamaica Labour Party. Most pollsters had tipped the JLP to win a second term in office but the PNP has been returned the power as the many Jamaican's are disappointed with their handling of the economy. Stay tuned to Jamaicapage.com for more election related updates as the unfold.