Sat | Apr 30, 2016

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As we say goodbye to another week, sit back and relax as we bring you highlights of events that happened across the island.

WESTERN BUREAU:Students at the Heinz Simonitsch School in Rose Hall Montego Bay, created some of the most amazing pieces for the institution's 2016 art show last Friday night.The event was staged after a three-year hiatus, and the students had no...

Hors d'oeuvres were aplenty and libations were flowing, the mood was set for a celebration, and a celebration it was.A blue carpet welcomed guests to the opening of Magna's new showroom on Old Hope Road on Wednesday evening, and the official...

Stewart Industrial last week used the East Lawns at Hope Botanic Gardens to stage the unveiling of its new line of trucks, while on Thursday, the group's showroom on South Camp Road played host to the PSOJ Corporate Mingle...

TGIF never gets old. As we end another week, we bring you highlights of celebrations, including a very special one, as Alan Magnus celebrates his 45th anniversary in radio.

Montego Bay's PACE Band made its presence felt at the grand opening of the Courtyard by Marriott Kingston, last Friday night.The band, renowned for its prowess on the north coast, had guests rocking the new pool deck and bar on the second floor of...

WESTERN BUREAU:Pat Sofrona Williams-Bignall's first letter to The Gleaner, in 2002, was selected as the Letter of the Day.She quips that she wrote under her pen name 'Wilbig' until she was brave enough to use her name. Now, the former banker-turned-...

Can you smell that? It's the weekend approaching. We ease you into it with a little of what's happening across Jamaica.

There's a swanky new hotel in town, and all in the know was out to see what the new addition to the city has to offer. We bring you highlights from the grand opening of the Courtyard by Marriott and Sagicor Jamaican's long service awards.

Over the weekend, droves of Jamaicansconverged on the National Arena to see Jamaica on show at Expo Jamaica 2016. From a pin to an anchor, they all said, 'Made in Jamaica'.
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