Thursday | March 5, 2015

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WESTERN BUREAU: Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller, looking as stunning as any woman half her age, hosted what must have been the biggest media party in years at her official residence - Vale Royal - last Saturday night....

The rooftop of the Guardian Life Group Building was the preferred spot for a welcome reception for South African (SA) billionaire, Graham Power, founder and chairman of one of that country's leading civil...

The wedding season officially began with the ultimate event of the year, Wedding Spectacular, held on the lawns of Hope Gardens on February 22, attracting more than 35 wedding-related companies showcasing their products 

Seafarers and boating lovers donned their finest garb to pay tribute to those who completed one of the toughest Pineapple Cup races in 32 years, at an awards ceremony at the Montego Bay Yacht Club last Friday...

Last December, what should have been a playful trip to Disneyland in California left seven persons affected with what is classified as one of the worst diseases among children, measles, causing officials in the United States to declare...

It is very difficult to see the light at the end of a dark tunnel, but Kelli Thompson discovered a silver lining among cancerous clouds after using good, old-fashioned herbs to go a long way medically assisting her in...

It was a fun-filled salsa night at the Montgomery Road residence of security conglomerateur Kenny Benjamin. The Latin American Women's Club took over his Stony Hill residence for their first fundraiser for the year - a Valentine's...

According to Mark Clarke, vice-president in charge of infrastructure and technical services in the Group Information Technology Division at Sagicor, it's OK to feel fear. 'It's OK to feel fear, but it's not OK...

Live Music: The Jamaica Reggae Industry Association presents Reggae Wednesdays - Reggae Run Weh at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre, 36 Hope Road on Wednesday, February 25, starting at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free.Girls Night OutParty at Gyala...

Though Marcus Steele is the top CEO in Jamaica for 2014, he is the first to tell you that was not the path his early years seemed set on.
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