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    Jamaican Classifieds

    • 2008 Honda Inspire for sale
      2008 Honda Inspire for sale Call for price Tel: (876) 822-0417 Feature Fully Loaded18" Customs Rims
    • 2008 Toyota Hiace for sale
      2008 Toyota Hiace for sale Call for Price Tel: (876) 813-0207Feature16 SeaterGood Condition
    • 2003 Chevrolet Trail Blazer
      2003 Chevrolet Trail Blazer Price $1.1 Million (ONO) Tel: (876) 788-6602
    • 2011 Honda CRV
      2011 Honda CRVCall For Price Auto Impressions Limited67 Hagley Park Road, Kingston 10Tel (876) 845-4627 968-3794 968-4117
    • 2009 Nissan Ad Expert
      2009 Nissan ExpertCall for Price Auto Impression Limited67B Hagley Park Road, Kingston 10Tel ( 876) 845-4627 968-3794 968-4117
    • 2011 Honda CRV
      2011 Honda CRVCall for PriceTel: (876) 355-7804FeaturesVery Good ConditionLow Mileage
    • 2007 Honda Accord
      2007 Honda Accord for sale Price: $1.150 Million (ONO) Tel: (876) 384-5386 Features Good Condition L H Colour -Red Fully Powered
    • 2008 Suzuki Vitara for sale
      2008 Suzuki Grand Vitara for sale Call for sale Tel: (876) 367-5442FeaturesRHDGood Condition
    • Toyota Corolla Axio 2011 (2JM122555)
      Toyota Corolla Axio 2011Colour: SilverTransmission: AutomaticFuel: PetrolCC Rating: 1500Seats: 5Doors: 4Status: In TransitPrice on lot:$1,990,000.00Price with Concession $1,520,000.00FeaturesCD PlayerAm/Fm/StereoCentral LockingAir ConditioningPower WindowsPower MirrorsDual Air BagTilt SteeringPower MirrorsDual Air Bags
    • Toyota Mark X 2009 (6JM222452)
      Toyota Mark X 2009Colour: WhiteTransmission: AutomaticFuel: PetrolCC Rating: 2500Seats: 5Doors: 4Status: In Transit/ReservedPrice:Deposit to secure: $50,000.00Features:TVMulti Functional SteeringWing Indicator MirrorWood Grain TrimAlloy Wheels ( Rims)Push Button StartCD PlayerAm/Fm/StereoCentral LockingAir ConditioningPower WindowsPower MirrorsDual Air BagTilt SteeringPower MirrorsDual Air Bags

  • Jamaican Classifieds
    Jamaican Classifieds

    • Family Guard Dogs For Sale
      Luxury Kennel ClubBest Family Guard Dogs For Sale Like our page on Facebook at Luxury Kennel Club and get a chance to win a dog. Contact us at41 Union Street, Montego BayTel:(876) 879-0499 Wide Variety of DogsDoggie Day Care and BoardingBelgian MalinoisGerman ShepherdRattyPomeranian Shitzu
    • College Of Agriculture Science & Education
      College Of Agriculture Science & EducationPassley Gdns PtAnMain Office993-5436-8Director Of Finance876-993-5457Director Of Student Affairs876-993-5401Director Of Human Resources876-993-5487Office Of The President876-993-5616Office Of The Vice President876-993-5005Office Services Manager876-993-5491Director Of Property Farms & Transport876-993-5490Department Of Animal Science876-993-5727Dea ...
    • Tourism Product Development Company Ltd
      Tourism Product Development Company LtdHead Ofc 64 Knutsford Blvd Kingston 5 Jamaica 968-3441 Fax 929-8269Ocho Rios Ofc 3 Ocean Vill Shpng Cen 974-7705 Fax 974-2586Montego Bay 18 Queens Dr 979-7987 Or 979-7988 Fax 971-8812Negril Ofc 2 Times Square Plaza 957-9314 Fax 957-3052Mandeville 71 Manchester Rd 962-6316 Or 961-6182Portland TPDCO Parish Office Errol Flynn Marina 715-5324 Or 715- ...
    • Police Public Complaints Authority
      Police Public Complaints Authority45-47 Barbados Ave Kingston 5 Jamaica 968-8875Or 968-1932Or 920-2324Toll Free 1-888-367-4357Fax 960-476742 Market St Montego Bay, St James Jamaica 940-2310
    • Jamaica Customs Department
      Jamaica Customs DepartmentKingstonHead OfficeInternal AuditPersonnel DeptRevenue AccountsTraining & DevelopmentNewport East Kingston 15 Jamaica 922-5140-8Or 922-8770-3Collector Of Customs 922-1699Compliance Unit 948-1656Or 922-1690Incentives BranchWarehouse BranchInvoice Branch 967-1051Motor Vehicle Unit 967-1139Public Relations/Customer Service Unit 922-7618Toll Free 1-888-287-8667Returning R ...
    • Fire Department
      Fire DepartmentJamaica Fire BrigadeEmergency 110Headquarters14 Port Royal St 922-0007Or 967-0550Fax 967-3594Area 1 Headquarters8 Ocean Blvd 967-4891Kingston & Saint AndrewFire Prevention Headquarters8 Ocean Blvd 967-1268Fax 922-2241York Park Fire Station167 Orange St 922-2121-2Or 922-2127Or 922-2150Or 922-2153Half-Way-Tree Fire StationMaxfield Ave Kingston 10 Jamaica 926-8165-6Stony Hill Fire ...
    • National Blood Transfusion Service
      National Blood Transfusion Service21 Slipe Pen Rd Kingston Jamaica876-922-5181Port Antonio Hospital876-993-2646St Ann's Bay Hospital876-972-2272May Pen Hospital876-986-6307Mandeville Hospital876-962-2067Cornwall Regional Hospital MoBy684-4053/952-5100Savanna-La-Mar Hospital876-955-2533Falmouth Hospital876-954-3250
    • National Youth Service
      National Youth ServiceShops 18 & 19 22A12 Humber Av Montego Bay, St JamesJamaica876-940-6952Cellular (MoBy)876-383-8504Shop 4 23 West St Port Antonio, Portland Jamaica876-715-3445Cellular (Portland)876-383-8517Shop 10 46 Grt George St Savanna-la-mar, Westmoreland Jamaica876-918-3719Cellular (Sav-la-Mar)876-383-852410 Hanover St876-749-0625Cellular (Spanish Town)876-383-8500Telefax876-984-40114 ...
    • Ministry of Water & Housing
      Ministry of Water & HousingHead Office 25 Dominica Dr Kingston 5 Jamaica 926-1590Access To Information Cen 906-9157Fax 754-0975 Or 926-0543Rent Assessment Board 25 Dominica Dr Kingston 5 Jamaica 926-1590 Or 906-1765AgenciesWater Resources Authority Hope Gdns Kingston 7 Jamaica 927-0077 Or 702-3952 Or 977-3608 Or 977-4194 Or 977-7565Fax 977-0179Urban Rural Renewal & Upgrading 25 Do ...
    • Ministry Labour & Social Security
      Labour & Social SecurityLabour1F North St 922-9500-8Fax 922-6902Social Security14 Natl Heroes Circ Kingston 4 Jamaica 922-8000Or 922-8001Or 922-8002Or 922-8003Or 922-8004Or 922-8005Or 922-8006Or 922-8007Or 922-8008Or 922-8009Toll Free 1-888-991-2089Fax 924-9639Access To Information Cen 922-9500
  • Jamaican Classifieds
    Jamaican Classifieds

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    • Science Expo at Emancipation Park
      THE Scientific Research Council (SRC), in association with the National Commission on Science and Technology (NCST), will this Thursday host the second staging of the ‘Science in the Park’ exposition at Emancipation Park, New Kingston. The expo, which will have more than 40 booths, will provide information for businesses, students and the general public. The…
    • OUR Proposal
      The Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR) is inviting the public’s feedback on a series of proposals including one mandating telecoms companies to give at least one month’s notice before changing price plans. Members of the public have until December 8 to submit their views on the proposed quality-of-service standards and consumer protection guidelines for the…
    • More Board Members Appointed
      The Government last night announced the immediate appointment of four new members to the National Housing Trust (NHT) board, saying that the measure will strengthen the directorate. Jamaica House released the decision after a marathon Cabinet meeting hours after NHT Chairman Easton Douglas and three of the eight remaining board members defiantly told journalists at…
    • $1.2 Million Monthly to Maintain Outameni Property
      It’s costing the National Housing Trust (NHT) $1.2 million a month to maintain the Orange Grove property in Trelawny while it tries to make a decision on how to develop the Outameni assets. The monthly expense covers security, maintenance and the six members of staff employed to run the property. Meanwhile, the chairman of the…
    • Electricity Theft by the Wealthy
      Prime Minster Simpson Miller has warned privileged members of the society to desist from stealing electricity, while noting that it was not only the poor who is involved in electricity theft. According to the Prime Minister, the Jamaica Public Service (JPS) is the responsibility of all Jamaicans as they are shareholders in the company and…
    • Intent to borrow US $1billion
      Jamaica will consider floating up to US$1 billion in debt over an unspecified period within the United States, according to its registration filing this month. This prospectus forms part of a ‘shelf registration’ statement that the Government filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which signals to the market the possibility of such a…
    • NHT Board Crippled
      The beleaguered National Housing Trust (NHT) was last night facing a new dilemma as a third director, Brenda Cuthbert of the Jamaica Employers Federation (JEF), indicated she would resign today, effectively crippling the board. If Cuthbert tenders her resignation to Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller as signalled, it would mean that the board of the State-run…
    • Reggae Boyz Back on Top
      Let’s hear it for the Reggae Boyz! That’s the literal charge from head coach Winfried Schaefer after his 23 courageous players defeated Trinidad and Tobago 4-3 on penalties to be crowned kings of the Caribbean for the sixth time here at the Montego Bay Sports Complex on Tuesday night. The Reggae Boyz, who entered the…
    • New US Ambassador
      Career diplomat Luis G Moreno was this afternoon confirmed as the new United States ambassador to Jamaica. Moreno, who will be sworn in before taking up his post, joined the US foreign service in 1983 and was posted to Bogota, Colombia in the spring of 1984, the US State Department website says. Initially he served…
    • More Questions for PM on Outameni
      OPPOSITION Leader Andrew Holness yesterday tabled more questions on issues pertaining to the purchase of the Outameni property by the National Housing Trust (NHT), for Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller to answer. In the questions, which he tabled in the House of Representatives in the absence of Simpson Miller from the sitting, Holness asked: Will the Prime Minister…
    • 2014 Caribbean Cup Champions
      Jamaica won the Caribbean Football Union Cup last night after outscoring Trinidad and Tobago 4-3 on penalties in front of a vociferous crowd at the Montego Bay Sports Complex. After neither team was able to find the target during 90 minutes of regulation plus 30 minutes of extra time, goalkeeper Andre Blake gave Jamaica the ideal…
    • More NHT Board Resignations
      THE National Housing Trust (NHT) plunged further into crisis yesterday when two more members of the board of directors resigned, leaving the Government’s major housing finance agency with only enough members to form a quorum. Trade unionists Kavan Gayle and Helene Davis-Whyte both handed in their resignations, casualties of the raging controversy over the Trust’s…
    • Dream Final
      It was always meant to be the dream final. Eight-time champions Trinidad and Tobago versus five-time champions Jamaica inside the Montego Bay Sports Complex at 8:00 pm today, and not 8:30 pm as printed on game tickets. In the curtain-raiser at 5:00 pm, outgoing champions Cuba take on Haiti. All four have booked automatic spots…
    • $12 mill not $18 mill for Outameni
      Easton Douglas, chairman of the embattled National Housing Trust (NHT), rebutted claims at the weekend that the State-run housing body paid $18 million for 9.12 acres of Outameni lands, saying the actual sum was $12 million, or $1.3 million per acre. Douglas sought to correct widely repeated claims that the Trust paid $18 million per…