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Published:Saturday | November 15, 2014 | 12:00 AM
From left: Paul Pennicook, Jamaica's director of tourism; Dr Wykeham McNeill, Jamaica's minister of tourism and entertainment; Antonia Bouka, general manager, tourist boards and hotel partnerships at TUI UK; Phil Iveson, head of purchasing, Long Haul & Rest of World at TUI UK; and Garry Wilson, managing director, product and purchasing at TUI UK, celebrates the confirmation of Montego Bay as the home port for United Kingdom cruise ship 'Thomson Dream' for a second year at the World Travel Market in London.
From left: Paul Pennicook, Jamaica's director of tourism; Dr Wykeham McNeill, minister of tourism and entertainment; Graham Cooke, World Travel Awards president; and William Tatham, vice-president, cruise shipping and marina operations, Port Authority of Jamaica, with the five awards Jamaica won at the recent 2014 World Travel Market in London, England.
Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller gives attorney-at-law Nicole Allen a warm embrace at the Hanover Medical Mission cocktail reception.-Photo by Karrie Williams
Tevaun Whittingham (front left), head boy of Glendevon Primary and Junior High (GPJH), St James, accepts a box of school supplies from Kenya Rivera (front right) of West Charlotte High School. The gift is from the University of North Carolina, United States. Sharing in the moment are (from left) Donyja Allen-Thompson, teacher at GPJH; Malusa Kendrick; Brandon Arceneaux, student of West Charlotte High; Christopher Glover, University of North Carolina; Brianna Mizell, student of West Charlotte High, and Dr Stephen Hancock, the University of North Carolina.-Photo by Barrington Flemming

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