By ANNE RYAN The pilot newspaper The pilot has landed in Jamaica.
The newspaper will be delivered to the capital city in two weeks, said the editor, who has spent three months on the island with his wife, who is in the UK.
The story is to be published in the paper on Thursday.
The paper will be distributed to Jamaica’s 10.5 million residents through the Jamaican Postal Service. “
We are still in the process of vetting and selecting our local staff, and we will keep you posted.”
The paper will be distributed to Jamaica’s 10.5 million residents through the Jamaican Postal Service.
The paper was launched in June, after the paper was first published in London.
It was the first local newspaper published in Jamaica, which has one of the highest rates of poverty in the world.
Its launch coincided with the launch of the Jamaic independence movement, which began in 1999 and has been in the spotlight ever since.
The government announced plans in December to build a newspaper in Jamaica’s capital city.
The government has said it wants to build “the first truly global newspaper” and is aiming to attract investment from a range of countries including China, Japan and South Korea.
Jamaica’s newspaper has a circulation of about 1.5m, less than half of its UK and European peers.
About 40,000 Jamaicans have signed up for the new newspaper.
More: The Pilot is the first of many initiatives the government is planning to tackle poverty, poverty and inequality in Jamaica that will be launched in the coming months, including a new national development plan.