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Published: Wednesday | December 5, 2012 Comments 0
Shaniene Campbell (left) and Donna Anderson relaxing inside the GCG tent. - photo by Carl Gilchrist
Shaniene Campbell (left) and Donna Anderson relaxing inside the GCG tent. - photo by Carl Gilchrist
Major Tanya Spence at Major General Antony Anderson's cocktail party. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Major Tanya Spence at Major General Antony Anderson's cocktail party. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Amne Osseyran (left) and Latoya Palmer are red-carpet-ready at Chief of Defence Major General Antony Anderson's cocktail party, held at the Flagstaff Officers' Mess, Up Park Camp on Saturday. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Amne Osseyran (left) and Latoya Palmer are red-carpet-ready at Chief of Defence Major General Antony Anderson's cocktail party, held at the Flagstaff Officers' Mess, Up Park Camp on Saturday. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Professor Trevor Munroe (left), executive director, National Integrity Action, shares a hearty laugh with Jeremy Dear of the National Union of Journalists of the United Kingdom. Dear was guest speaker at the PAJ Forum at The Knutsford Court Hotel yesterday. - Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
Professor Trevor Munroe (left), executive director, National Integrity Action, shares a hearty laugh with Jeremy Dear of the National Union of Journalists of the United Kingdom. Dear was guest speaker at the PAJ Forum at The Knutsford Court Hotel yesterday. - Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
PAJ President Jenni Campbell (left) listens keenly to Minister of Information, Senator Sandrea Falconer. - Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
PAJ President Jenni Campbell (left) listens keenly to Minister of Information, Senator Sandrea Falconer. - Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
Special projects editor at the Gleaner and former PAJ president, Byron Buckley (left), greets the 'new-look' Karyl Walker from the Court and Crime Desk of the Jamaica Observer. - Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
Special projects editor at the Gleaner and former PAJ president, Byron Buckley (left), greets the 'new-look' Karyl Walker from the Court and Crime Desk of the Jamaica Observer. - Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
These ladies' outfits were among the eye-catchers at the Rose Hall Holiday Ball to raise funds for the SOS Children's Village. From left: Sonia Rickards, communications specialist; Angela Whitter, businesswoman, and Krystina Brimo, real-estate consultant.
These ladies' outfits were among the eye-catchers at the Rose Hall Holiday Ball to raise funds for the SOS Children's Village. From left: Sonia Rickards, communications specialist; Angela Whitter, businesswoman, and Krystina Brimo, real-estate consultant.
Digicel's Joy Clark (left), head of Business Sales West, hands over a gift to Christopher Barnes, managing director of The Gleaner Company as a token of appreciation for being nominated in the Jamaica Observer's Business Leader Awards which this year sought to recognise organisations which have had a significant impact on society for 50 years or more. The ceremony took place on Sunday, December 2, at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel. - Contributed
Digicel's Joy Clark (left), head of Business Sales West, hands over a gift to Christopher Barnes, managing director of The Gleaner Company as a token of appreciation for being nominated in the Jamaica Observer's Business Leader Awards which this year sought to recognise organisations which have had a significant impact on society for 50 years or more. The ceremony took place on Sunday, December 2, at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel. - Contributed

Journalism Week began on Sunday and throughout this week, many activities organised by the Press Association of Jamaica (PAJ) will be taking place, including a gala banquet on Friday at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel. Yesterday, the PAJ hosted a forum at The Knutsford Court Hotel. Jeremy Dear of the National Union of Journalists of the United Kingdom was guest speaker.

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Full Caption: Digicel's Joy Clark (left), head of Business Sales West, hands over a gift to Christopher Barnes, managing director of The Gleaner Company as a token of appreciation for being nominated in the Jamaica Observer's Business Leader Awards which this year sought to recognise organisations which have had a significant impact on society for 50 years or more. The ceremony took place on Sunday, December 2, at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel. - Contributed

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