Something extra

Published: Thursday | June 6, 2013 Comments 0
From left: It's smiles all around for Greta Bogues of J. Wray & Nephew; Andrew Collins, president of the Jamaica Exporters' Association (JEA); and Marjorie Kennedy at the JEA's launch of National Exporters' Month at The Jamaica Pegasus on Monday - .Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
From left: It's smiles all around for Greta Bogues of J. Wray & Nephew; Andrew Collins, president of the Jamaica Exporters' Association (JEA); and Marjorie Kennedy at the JEA's launch of National Exporters' Month at The Jamaica Pegasus on Monday - .Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
It's an intense conversation between (from left) Minister Anthony Hylton; Andrew Collins, president of the Jamaica Exporters' Association; Francis Kennedy, president of the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce; and Major Richard Reece, head of the Customs Department. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
It's an intense conversation between (from left) Minister Anthony Hylton; Andrew Collins, president of the Jamaica Exporters' Association; Francis Kennedy, president of the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce; and Major Richard Reece, head of the Customs Department. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Seeing red: Safia Cooper (left) and her aunt, Carolyn Cooper, colour coordinated as they came together to celebrate her father Kingsley Cooper's 60th birthday last Saturday. - COLIN HAMILTON/FREELANCE PHOTOGRAPHER
Seeing red: Safia Cooper (left) and her aunt, Carolyn Cooper, colour coordinated as they came together to celebrate her father Kingsley Cooper's 60th birthday last Saturday. - COLIN HAMILTON/FREELANCE PHOTOGRAPHER
Hope this supporter maintained her smile after the Reggae Boyz lost to Mexico 0-1 at the National Stadium on Tuesday - RICARDO MAKYN/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER.
Hope this supporter maintained her smile after the Reggae Boyz lost to Mexico 0-1 at the National Stadium on Tuesday - RICARDO MAKYN/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER.
Emily Williams (left) and Akiko Tomita flashed their beautiful smiles for our cameras at the launch of the UNDP Human Development Report 2013 at The Jamaica Pegasus in New Kingston on Tuesday. - PHOTOS BY Colin Hamilton/Photographer
Emily Williams (left) and Akiko Tomita flashed their beautiful smiles for our cameras at the launch of the UNDP Human Development Report 2013 at The Jamaica Pegasus in New Kingston on Tuesday. - PHOTOS BY Colin Hamilton/Photographer
From left: Rebecca Stuart, Sasha Shirley and Jenelle Dowie are a sight for sore eyes at the launch of the UNDP report on Tuesday.
From left: Rebecca Stuart, Sasha Shirley and Jenelle Dowie are a sight for sore eyes at the launch of the UNDP report on Tuesday.

The Reggae Boyz may have lost the match on Tuesday, but the dream is still alive. And from the UNDP's report to Exporters' Month, launches abound. As usual, we have all the extra highlights.








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