Tuesday, 2 November 2010

SPOTTED: The Morrises get photo fab + Bev Manley supports 'Growing Out' book launch + PM Bruce Golding believes 'Water is life'

LITTLE CHILDREN: Prime Minister Bruce Golding is greeted by Kitson Town students when he visited the area recently to break ground for a multi-million dollar water supply system to serve Kitson Town and the surrounding areas.

A LOVE SUPREME: Our new favourite lovebirds, actor/model Andre Morris and singer Etana (aka The Morrises), got picture-perfect over the weekend for this gorgeous photo of the twosome sharing a tender moment. How cute are they?

MEASURING UP: Etana, in the meantime, is looking ahead to upcoming performances (as part of a tour) of North and South America, as well as a local benefit concert to raise funds for the Bellevue Hospital in Kingston.

IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT: As Prime Minister Bruce Golding breaks ground for the multi-million dollar water supply system for Kitson Town and surrounding areas. The Prime Minister told residents at the recent groundbreaking ceremony in Kitson Town, St Catherine that government is undertaking the largest amount of expenditure on water supply system that Jamaica has ever seen under the leadership of Water and Housing Minister, Dr. Horace Chang.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Beverly Manley, who also a well-received memoir to her name, treats audience members at the Bob Marley Museum to delightful anecdotes about her good girlfriend Barbara Blake-Hannah at Thursday's launch for Hannah's new autobiographical tome Growing Out.

WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE: On Tuesday, residents of Macca Tree in St Catherine were happy to see PM Bruce Golding not only because he’s well known in the area (he grew up in the vicinity of the village), but also because he officially commissioned the Macca Tree Water supply recently, thanks to the work carried out by the National Water Commission and Rural Water Supply Limited. The rehabilitative work will include the installation of pipes from Marlie Hill to Brown’s Hall to Macca Tree and St. Faiths. Sharing the moment are (at right) Dr. Kenneth Baugh, Minister of Foreign Affairs & Foreign Trade and Member of Parliament for Western Central St. Catherine, and Dr. Horace Chang, Minister of Water and Housing.

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