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Published:Tuesday | June 2, 2015 | 12:00 AM
These three beauties added a lot of charm to last week’s two-day 72nd Annual Joint Central Conferences of the Jamaica Police Federation at the Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa in Montego Bay, St James. From left: Woman Corporal Cindy Brown, Woman Sergeant Hillary Jones of St Catherine South, and Woman Sergeant Jennifer Duncan.
Professor Trevor Munroe explaining why ‘big money’ should be kept out of local politics as he addressed last Thursday’s town hall meeting, which was jointly staged by National Integrity Action and the Electoral Commission of Jamaica at the Montego Bay Community College.
Jasmine Tomlinson-Brown (left), chairman of the St James JCDC Advisory Committee, gives a listening ear to Nagra Plunkett-Nugent, programmes coordinator at the St James Parish Council, during last week’s St James Parish Council Adopt A Verge Programme launch in Montego Bay.
Former Montego Bay Junior Mayor Aubrey Stewart (left) and Madison Powell, a representative of Dovecot, were among the many residents who turned out for the recent launch of the St James Parish Council’s initiative, the Adopt A Verge Programme.
Orrette Fisher (right), Jamaica’s director of elections, takes a break for a snapshot with Tenia K. Woolridge, Bermudan Parliamentary registrar, during the recent 10th International Electoral Affairs Symposium, which was staged at the Half Moon Conference Centre in Montego Bay.
Glenroy Myres (second left), Kris An Charles Investments Limited loans officer in charge of the western Jamaica operations, and his team members, Roshene Blagrove (left) and Janice Palmer (right), are joined by Oneida Scott-McKenzie, coordinator of the MoBay Learning Centre, for a snapshot in the midst of carrying out their Labour Day project at the learning centre.
Keisha Johnson (left), of First Heritage Cooperative Credit Union, leads a crew in painting a kerb at the Cornwall Court Community Children’s Park on Labour Day.
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Last week was an extremely hectic one for journalists in western Jamaica. From the Labour Day activities across the region, to the two-day 72nd Annual Joint Central Conferences of the Jamaica Police Federation, to the launch of the St James Parish Council's Adopt A Verge Programme, it was chock-full of activities.

The reporters from The Gleaner's Western Bureau were on the ball all week. Here is a little Something Extra from some of the activities covered.