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Adrian Beedle (right), digital expert for the Jamaica Yellow Pages, demonstrates the Yellow Pages smartphone application to Charmaine Creary, manager of personal banking, Bank of Nova Scotia, during Scotiabank's Vision Day Business Expo and Back-to-School Fair in Montego Bay last week.
Employees of the Bank of Nova Scotia roll back the clock at the bank's Vision Day Business Expo and Back-to-School Fair at its Fairview branch in Montego Bay last week as they don school uniforms. From left are: Troy Maxum, service representative; Tashmoye Smile, telephone operator; Trecia Johnson, personal banking assistant; Gaylia Johnson, teller.
Janice Burchell-O'Hare (left), business banking officer at the Bank of Nova Scotia, presents a gift basket to Scotiabank customer Chantal Hall, one of the many prize-winners at Scotiabank's Vision Day Business Expo and Back-to-School Fair in Montego Bay last week.
Mello FM radio announcer Barrington 'Barry G' Gordon (right) conducts an interview with Kaysia Johnson Vaughn, marketing manager, programmes, at the Bank of Nova Scotia, during last week’s Scotiabank's Vision Day Business Expo and Back-to-School Fair in Montego Bay on Tuesday.
Jamaica’s Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller (left) greets Samuel Rodilers Planos, head of Cuban delegation to the 24th General Assembly of Ministers and High Level Authorities on Housing and Urbanization in Latin America and the Caribbean, in Montego Bay, with a friendly hug, last week.
Jamaica’s Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller (centre) with delegates at the 24th General Assembly of Ministers and High Level Authorities on Housing and Urbanization in Latin America and the Caribbean, in Montego Bay, last week.
Businessman Ryan Keating (left), the sponsor of the Trelawny Football Association (TFA) Under-17 Football Competition, presents the championship trophy to Alex Williams (centre), the captain of the victorious Village United team. Looking on is Linnel McLean, the president of the TFA.
Family members and friend of Jamaica’s track star Kaliese Spencer are glued to the television set at their Darliston, Westmoreland, home, as she competes in the 400m hurdles final at the IAAF World Championship in Beijing, China, last week. From left are, sister Kadisha Spencer, nephew Dejuan Wright, mother Merfelyn Robinson-Spencer, family friend Camilie Amburseley and Amburseley’s son Hoyito Hall.
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As usual, the camera team at The Gleaner's Western Bureau was kept busy recording the action while visiting Darliston, Westmoreland, to watch the International Association of Athletics Federations World Championships 400m hurdles final with the family of track star Kaliese Spencer; the Trelawny Under-17 football final; Scotiabank's Vision Day Business Expo and Back-to-School Fair; and the 24th General Assembly of Ministers and High Level Authorities on Housing and Urbanization in Latin America and the Caribbean, in Montego Bay.