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Published: Friday | January 18, 2013 Comments 0
Who says the PM isn't fit to 'run'? The lovely and charismatic Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller seems to be ahead of the rest during this playful race at Minister Phillip Paulwell's Birthday Party, held at Fort Charles recently.
Who says the PM isn't fit to 'run'? The lovely and charismatic Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller seems to be ahead of the rest during this playful race at Minister Phillip Paulwell's Birthday Party, held at Fort Charles recently.
From left: Scotiabank's Joylene Griffiths-Joyner, Digicel's Tahnida Nunez and the bank's Shelly Sykes-Coley at the launch of Rainforest Seafood Festival at Sandals Montego Bay, Tuesday. - Photo by Janet Silvera
From left: Scotiabank's Joylene Griffiths-Joyner, Digicel's Tahnida Nunez and the bank's Shelly Sykes-Coley at the launch of Rainforest Seafood Festival at Sandals Montego Bay, Tuesday. - Photo by Janet Silvera
Fans of Manchester United react to a missed opportunity during the game on Sunday. - Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Fans of Manchester United react to a missed opportunity during the game on Sunday. - Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Darren Kermond (left) and his son, James Kermond enjoys a light conversation with PR manager Jacqueline Burrell-Clarke about how excited they are to be in Jamaica for the Australia/Jamaica track-and-field camp. The launch took place at the Courtleigh Hotel on Tuesday, January 15. Looking on is Maurice Wilson, technical director at G.C. Foster College. - Contributed
Darren Kermond (left) and his son, James Kermond enjoys a light conversation with PR manager Jacqueline Burrell-Clarke about how excited they are to be in Jamaica for the Australia/Jamaica track-and-field camp. The launch took place at the Courtleigh Hotel on Tuesday, January 15. Looking on is Maurice Wilson, technical director at G.C. Foster College. - Contributed
Queen of the dancehall Lady Saw (centre) celebrates with friends at the launch of her new album at the Fiction Night Club, Wednesday, January 16. From left: Performer Flippa Mafia, Smirnoff brand manager Marsha Lumley, Farenheight, Red Stripe's Keri-Ann Evans and Fiction manager Burton Myrie. - Contributed
Queen of the dancehall Lady Saw (centre) celebrates with friends at the launch of her new album at the Fiction Night Club, Wednesday, January 16. From left: Performer Flippa Mafia, Smirnoff brand manager Marsha Lumley, Farenheight, Red Stripe's Keri-Ann Evans and Fiction manager Burton Myrie. - Contributed
Director of Inflight Services Christine Steele (second right) is all smiles next to cabin attendants (from left) Jillian Chin, Marie Barrett and Angella Ibar at the recently held Fly Jamaica launch. - Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photograppher
Director of Inflight Services Christine Steele (second right) is all smiles next to cabin attendants (from left) Jillian Chin, Marie Barrett and Angella Ibar at the recently held Fly Jamaica launch. - Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photograppher

Jamaicans now have another reason to celebrate. Another piece of us is still flying high in the sky as Fly Jamaica was officially launched on Wednesday night at the Devonshire. Lady Saw welcomes friends, fans and well-wishers to the launch party of her newest sizzling single 'Heels On' and we have highlights.

We have more social snapshots from sports fans at last week's Appleton Sundays at Tracks and Records, and Rainforest Seafood launches it's food festival.










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