Thursday, 28 March 2013

OUT & ABOUT: Nadine Malloy + Rev. Glen Archer + Yasuo Takase + Yendi Phillipps + Ardenne High's quiz team + Asafa Powell + PM Portia Simpson-Miller

BIG SKY: Mar. 27, Australia. Jamaica's Asafa Powell and two-time Australia Post Stawell Gift winner Joshua Ross pose for the media during a Stawell Gift media call at the Grandstand Oval on Wednesday in Melbourne. Powell is currently in the Oceanic country to compete in a series of races, including the Australia Post Stawell Gift and then the 2013 Qantas Melbourne World Challenge on April 6 at the Lakeside Stadium in Albert Park. (Photo: Getty Images)

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: Mar. 24, St. Andrew. PM Portia Simpson-Miller engages new Japanese Ambassador to Jamaica, H.E. Yasuo Takase, during a recent courtesy call at Jamaica House. The two had wide-ranging talks on the development assistance given to Jamaica over the years, Japan’s candidacy for the 2020 Olympic Games, and Japan’s interest in a non-permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council. Meanwhile, the PM thanked Japan for the development assistance to Jamaica, and mention was also made of the historic Red Mud Pilot Plant Project being piloted by Japanese company, Nippon Light Metals. Japan and Jamaica will mark 50 years of diplomatic relations in 2014. (Photo: OPM)

HEAD OF THE CLASS: Mar. 27, Kingston. With their students vying for top honours in the grand finals of the 2013 Schools' Challenge Quiz competition, proud principals Nadine Malloy (St. Andrew-based Ardenne High) and Richard Thompson (Portland's Titchfield High) share a photo-op with Digicel marketing intern Nakeena Ellington outside the TV J Studios. (Photo: Digicel)

TALENT SHOW: Mar. 28, Kingston. It was a morning of celebration on TV J's Smile Jamaica, as Ardenne High's victorious Schools' Challenge Quiz team stopped by the set to dish on their triumph and the competition's just-concluded 44th season. Here, host Yendi Phillipps poses with team members Keenan Falconer (captain), Dontae Drummond, Akeem Evans and Horace Facey, along with coaches Danlee Wadsworth and Rev. Glen Archer(Photo: Smile Jamaica)




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