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Of the near 11,000 High School athletes registered to participate in this year’s Penn Relays Carnival, a delegation of 10 students stands ready to represent not only St. Andrew High School for Girls; but also Jamaica. But the journey to the track was riddled with challenges.

Principal of St. Andrew High School for Girls, Mrs. Sharon Reid explained “getting the funds in place this year...

Saturday opening hours and removal of security fee are part of the changes

ROAD TOWN, BVI, March 26, 2013- The Western Union Company, a leader in global payment services, today announced its remittance operations in the British Virgin Islands are now being offered by GraceKennedy Money Services (GKMS).As an authorized Western Union® Agent in eight other Caribbean Islands, GKMS has had a...

Company to Stage Reading Weeks in Jamaica, Canada, USA, UK and the Caribbean

GraceKennedy Money Services (GKMS) under its Western Union arm has committed to extend the staging of its Reading Week activities across the Jamaican Diaspora markets. The reading component of the programme has been already staged in Canada and last week, the company stages a similar exercise in New York.

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The St. Kitts and Nevis Amateur Athletic Association (SKNAAA), the hosts of the 2013 Interschool Track and Field Championships, has received the Corporate endorsement of Western Union Money Transfer Services.

The TDC Group of Companies Principal presented its sponsorship package to the Sporting Fraternity to assist with the successful staging of the Games, as an official Partner.

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Eight persons from around the world got to witness the spectacle of Jamaican speed first hand at the Issa / GraceKennedy Boys’ and Girls’ Championships this past weekend. Hailing from the USA, Canada, Barbados and Bermuda, the eight were winners of the Western Union “See Champs Live” promotion staged in their respective countries.

The eight lucky jetsetters were; from Canada, Michael...

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