Friday, 8 February 2013

ON THE SCENE: Nadine Sutherland + Daryl Vaz + Tahnida Nunes + PM Portia Simpson-Miller + Tamiann Young + Babsy Grange

UP FRONT: Feb. 7, Kingston. Enjoying the free Digicel concert in honour of Bob Marley's 68th birthday, parliamentarian Olivia 'Babsy' Grange and Tahnida Nunes, the mobile company's sponsorship manager, share a photo-op inside the Emancipation Park on Thursday evening. (Photo: Skkan Media)

SOUL REBELS: Feb. 7, Kingston. The Jamaica Labour Party's Bobby Montague and Daryl Vaz were also in the vibrant mix at Emancipation Park on Thursday, showing support for the Bob Marley tribute concert put on by Digicel. (Photo: Skkan Media)

FEELING IRIE: Feb. 7, Kingston. Songstress Nadine Sutherland (seen here with Digicel's Tamiann Young) was among the entertainers who rocked the huge crowd that descended on New Kingston on Thursday for the Bob Marley concert. Also featured on the stage were the likes of I-Octane, Luciano and Chronixx(Photo: Skkan Media)

PRESENT TENSE: Feb. 6, St. Andrew. PM Portia Simpson-Miller offers a gift to new General of the United States Marines, Combatant Commander John Kelly, following their recent meeting at Jamaica House to discuss the deepening and broadening of partnerships with countries in the Caribbean and the development of new relationships. General Kelly said his office is embarking on a new approach to relationships with countries in the region and also commended the Jamaican military, which he said is a role model for the Caribbean. (Photo: OPM)




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