Jamaican newspapers are one of the top traditions to uncover the most up-to-date information on news, sports, entertainment, health, lifestyle, business and more; in Jamaica and around the world.
Newspapers in Jamaica will vary, from Island-wide coverage to the latest community gossip.
The Observer and The Jamaica Gleaner are the two leading Jamaican newspapers .They both provide great information about the island, as well as, the Caribbean and the rest of the world.
If you are vacationing on the north coast, specifically the Ocho Rios region, the North Coast Times should be your number-one choice. A good alternative is The Western Mirror, which focuses on the second city, Montego Bay.
For community news and information that you won’t find in The Observer and The Gleaner, purchase a copy of The Jamaica Star.
Religious persons will enjoy reading The Love Herald for the latest in gospel news around the world.
All Jamaican newspapers are available online and at a reasonable cost of less than US$1 for hard copies copies.
Published in Kingston, the Jamaica Gleaner is the oldest newspaper on the Island.
The design of this newspaper makes it very easy to read, and is one of the reasons why it is so popular on a Sunday.
Sections to look forward to include Business, Financial Gleaner and Hospitality Jamaica; in addition, there is also information on health, sports, lifestyle, and entertainment.
The Jamaica Gleaner
Jamaica Observer is recognized as the first and only coloured newspaper that offers up-to-date information on the local and international scene.
Similarly, to the Jamaica Gleaner, the business section is a must read on Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
The highlight of this newspaper for locals is a daily cartoon by cartoonist “Clovis.”
The Star is a subsidiary of the Jamaica Gleaner that offers local and international news.
This local newspaper takes you inside news on community happens that The Jamaica Gleaner and The Jamaica Observer might not publish.
The Jamaica Star has a wide audience ranging from school children to elders.
The Western Mirror is a bi-weekly newspaper that focuses on the city of Montego Bay. For daily news, sports, business and other related information on Montego Bay, The Western Mirror has it all.
You can purchase a copy at the Sangster International Airport, or you can visit their website at Western Mirror Newspaper . This newspaper is a necessity for persons visiting Mobay.
Ocho Rios is a popular north coast destination and it so many things to do; it is only right that Ochie has its own newspaper. If you live within the Ocho Rios region, or you plan to visit, this paper is a must.
The North Coast Times highlights the accomplishments of the citizens, as well as, keeping everyone informed on news relating to hospitality, current affairs, sports, entertainment and health.
Jamaica has the most churches per square feet in the entire world, so it is only right that we have a gospel newspaper.
The Love Herald is the first and only gospel newspaper in Jamaica. Offering gospel information on a local and international level, this paper provides inspiration and highlights the many developments by the churches.
This gospel newspaper is not just for church goers but anyone seeking motivation, guidance and a meaningful life.