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Candis Niles - Director of Tourism
Mrs. Candis Niles has been selected as the new Director of Tourism with the Anguilla Tourist Board. She replaces Miss Merlyn Rogers, former Director of Marketing, who had assumed the role of Acting Director upon the retirement of Mrs. Amelia Vanterpool-Kubisch.

Mrs. Niles, who assumed her position with effect from July 26, 2010, is a former employee of the Anguilla Tourist Board, where she held the position of Deputy Director of Tourism from 1995-2004.

ImageWith tourism a mainstay of Jamaica's economy, contributing significantly to the island's gross domestic product (GDP), the capital city, Kingston, is readying itself to host the 19th staging of the Caribbean Media Exchange (CMEx) on Sustainable Tourism. The conference, which takes place from September 30 to October 4, 2010, will explore a variety of issues including the extent to which tourism stimulates other sectors of the economy.
Nerdin St. Rose
Saint Lucia, the renowned and beautiful Eastern Caribbean tourist gem, kicks off its 2010 Summer/Fall Travel Road Shows on Monday, August 2, starting in Eatontown, New Jersey on the northeastern seaboard of the United States.
ImageOne of Jamaica’s most celebrated national monuments, The Devon House Mansion, reopened yesterday after undergoing extensive renovations and refurbishing. The project, which was supported by the Ministry of Tourism and the Tourism Enhancement Fund, seeks to improve the appeal of the historical landmark and further attract visitors who are intrigued by Kingston’s cultural flair. Devon House, built in 1881, was the architectural dream of Jamaica’s first black millionaire George Stiebel.