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Published: Sunday | February 10, 2013 Comments 0
Kimberley Forbes-Martin checks out the BMW X6 at the Stewart Motors BMW show and test drive event at Barbican Circle, Kingston, on February 1.-Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Kimberley Forbes-Martin checks out the BMW X6 at the Stewart Motors BMW show and test drive event at Barbican Circle, Kingston, on February 1.-Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Foreign Minister Senator Arnold J. Nicholson greets Ambassador Dr Iva Gloudon, high commissioner of Trinidad & Tobago to Jamaica, on her arrival at Jamaica House for an event marking Diplomatic Week on Tuesday, February 5.-JIS PHOTO
Foreign Minister Senator Arnold J. Nicholson greets Ambassador Dr Iva Gloudon, high commissioner of Trinidad & Tobago to Jamaica, on her arrival at Jamaica House for an event marking Diplomatic Week on Tuesday, February 5.-JIS PHOTO
JMMB clientrelations officer Monique Wilson is with clients Hopeton McCathy (left) and Garth Shervington at a company event in Mandeville on Sunday, February 3, where clients were treated to an afternoon of wellness, including mini massages and yoga instructions.-CONTRIBUTED
JMMB clientrelations officer Monique Wilson is with clients Hopeton McCathy (left) and Garth Shervington at a company event in Mandeville on Sunday, February 3, where clients were treated to an afternoon of wellness, including mini massages and yoga instructions.-CONTRIBUTED
PCJ's Dr Mario Anderson (left) and Ambassador Peter Black were among high-profile guests at the farewell cocktail reception for Zia Mian, marking his departure from the Office of Utilities Regulation, held in the hotel gardens of The Jamaica Pegasus on Thursday, January 31.
PCJ's Dr Mario Anderson (left) and Ambassador Peter Black were among high-profile guests at the farewell cocktail reception for Zia Mian, marking his departure from the Office of Utilities Regulation, held in the hotel gardens of The Jamaica Pegasus on Thursday, January 31.
Minister of Transport, Works and Housing Dr Omar Davies (second right) and acting principal of the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority Training Institute, Coral McLaren (left), display the certificate of accreditation granted to institute at the ICAO Next Generation of Aviation Professionals and TRAINAIR PLUS Regional symposium, at the Hilton Rose Hall Hotel, in Montego Bay, on February 5.-JIS PHOTO
Minister of Transport, Works and Housing Dr Omar Davies (second right) and acting principal of the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority Training Institute, Coral McLaren (left), display the certificate of accreditation granted to institute at the ICAO Next Generation of Aviation Professionals and TRAINAIR PLUS Regional symposium, at the Hilton Rose Hall Hotel, in Montego Bay, on February 5.-JIS PHOTO

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