Friday, 3 May 2013

OUT & ABOUT: Dr. Trevor Munroe + Bishop Howard Gregory + Nadine Blair + Richard Powell + Sir Patrick Allen + Howard Drake + Tony Rebel + PM Portia Simpson-Miller + Yohan Blake

TEAM EFFORT: May 2, St. Andrew. Singer Tony Rebel, broadcaster Nadine Blair, and ace athlete Yohan Blake are the newest ambassadors of the I Believe Initiative of Jamaica. On Thursday, they were presented with their pins by Governor General Sir Patrick Allen during a ceremony at King's House. Taking on the areas of family, youth and education, the IBI will lead a campaign to inspire and motivate Jamaicans to believe in their God-given potential and to contribute to building a prosperous and peaceful nation through strategic partnerships and programmes. (Photo: I Believe Initiative)

PRESSING MATTERS: May 3, Kingston. In observance of the 20th annual World Press Freedom Day, local journalists joined their colleagues across the globe in remembering those who died in pursuit of their trade, during a breakfast forum sponsored by the Victoria Mutual Building Society at the Knutsford Court Hotel on Friday. Here, VMBS President and CEO, Richard Powell (left) greets keynote speaker Bishop Howard Gregory(Photo: Ishango Photos)

TABLE TALK: May 3, Kingston. During the breakfast forum at the Knutsford Court in observance of World Press Freedom Day, Powell had a light chat with Dr. Trevor Munroe (right). (Photo: Ishango Photos)

PRESENT PERFECT: May 2, Kingston. PM Portia Simpson-Miller presents a piece of art to outgoing British High Commissioner, His Excellency Howard Drake, as a token of gratitude on behalf of the government and people of Jamaica for the support and assistance from his office and, by extension, the British government. Simpson-Miller and Commissioner Drake met on Thursday at Jamaica House during a farewell courtesy call. (Photo: OPM)

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