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Jamaica Gleaner Social
published: Sunday | June 24, 2007

Gotcha, Josef!
Josef Forstmayr was about to board an American Airlines flight from the Miami International Airport to Jamaica on Tuesday evening when his phone rang. At the other end of the line was an anxious Alec Sanguinetti. "Josef, you can't board the flight," was the desperate plea from the executive director of the Caribbean Hotel Association.

Auf Wiedersehen, Volker

Members of the local diplomatic corps came out to say "Auf Wiedersehen" to German Ambassador Volker Schlegel on Wednesday. British High Commissioner Jeremy Cresswell, fresh from hosting a swanky birthday celebration in honour of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on June 14, was at it again.

National Commercial Bank thanks its auto partners

The National Commercial Bank (NCB) thanked its car dealer partners for their successful six-year relationship with a cocktail reception at the NCB Wellness and Recreation Centre.

Celebrating Her Majesty's birthday

My daahlings, there's nothing like the prospect of a royal outing to titivate the social senses here in Jamaica. Jamaicans are not only fond royal watchers, being a former colony of Britain and a member of the Commonwealth, but there's many a personal and historical bond that speaks to a common history of sorts...

Opening new doors 'uptown'

Reminiscent of South Beach architectural style, Globe Insurance Company raised the bar in Montego Bay on Thursday night opening a state-of-the-art facility that lends its customers a relaxed air, pleasing comfort, harmonised with a business edge.





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