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Published:Friday | March 25, 2011 | 12:00 AM
His wedding day is just around the corner but Britain's Prince William is still duty bound. Here he is greeted by members of the community in Tully, Queensland, last Saturday when he arrived in Australia for a three-day tour of flood- and cyclone- damaged regions. ap
Group Managing Director, National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited, Patrick Hylton (left), and Dennis Cohen, deputy group managing director, are having fun while viewing a collection of butterflies at the recently held official opening of Ardenne High School's Winston Roberts/NCB Foundation Science Centre.
Michael Lee-Chin, chairman, NCB Jamaica Limited, takes time out to conduct an experiment at the recently held opening of Ardenne High School's Winston Roberts/NCB Foundation Science Centre. Assisting him are sixth-form students (from left) Trudy Demercado, Shanelle Kelly and Danielle Lawrence.
It was all about Nuvo at Pier One in Montego Bay Wednesday night as Red Stripe's Public Relations Manager Levaughn Flynn, Peta-Gaye McKenzie, Lady Saw, Tifa and Luzanna Frank make a 'pink' splash on the pink carpet. photos by Sheena Gayle
Staying true to the theme, Ornella Smith look gorgeous in this pink outfit at the Nuvo party in Montego Bay.
Looking pretty in pink are Nitkiesa Baugh (left) and her friend Marchelle Mercurious.
With her glass of Nuvo, Flow's Public Relations Manager Denise Williams (centre) is sandwiched by her two favourite men, husband Harold Williams (right) and brother-in-law Anthony Grannum of CLAD Construction Limited.
From left: Ambassador of Spain Celsa Nuno; Chairman NCB, Michael Lee-Chin; Chair NCB Foundation, Thalia Lyn; and Vicar General, Archdiocese of Kingston, and rector, Holy Trinity Cathedral, Monsignor Ken Richards, pose for the camera after viewing the cathedral. The Embassy of Spain and the NCB Foundation were instrumental in restoring the murals at the Holy Trinity Cathedral and will continue to be part of the ongoing restoration of this National Heritage Site. Contributed photos

National Commercial Bank Chairman Michael Lee-Chin had a busy week as he makes his monthly visit to the island, and it was a pink affair when Nuvo descended on Montego Bay on Wednesday for a party.