Sunday, 30 June 2013

OUT & ABOUT: Lensley Wolfe + Sandrea Falconer + Devon Moncrieffe + Chantal Compoaré + Julian Marley + Donna Parchment + Gary Dixon + Natalie Neita-Headley + Stephen Marley + Olivia 'Babsy' Grange + Damian Marley

THE IRON LADIES: June 26, Kingston. Last Wednesday's grand finale of 2013 Wray & Nephew Contender boxing series drew a diverse crowd to the National Indoor Sports Centre, including parliamentarians Olivia 'Babsy' Grange and Natalie Neita-Headley, who graciously posed for photographers before taking in the action ring-side. (Photo: Skkan Media)

MILLION DOLLAR BABY: June 26, Kingston. He did it! New middleweight champ Devon Moncrieffe raises his hand in triumph as he accepts his cheque valued at $1 million, after defeating Tsetsi "Lights Out" Davis in the finals of The Contender. Also pictured (from left): Jimmy Lawrence, Neita-Headley and Gary Dixon(Photo: Pro Comm)

BLACK OUT: June 27, United States. Damian Marley and the Ghetto Youths posse are set to headline the Hollywood Bowl this weekend (the first reggae acts to do so) as part of the GYT's summer engagements across the States. Above, following a show in San Diego the other night, Damian, Stephen and Julian were spotted with wheelchair-bound fan Jesse Gillauer(Photo: Damian Marley)

POLITICAL TIES: June 25, St. Andrew. Jamaica's Information minister Sandrea Falconer presents gift basket to Chantal Compoaré, First Lady of Burkina Faso, during a recent courtesy call at Jamaica House. Their talk centred on issues pertaining to gender equality, adolescent pregnancy and support programmes for teen moms. The First Lady was in the island to take a look at programmes in that area and was also presented with a copy of the National Policy for Gender Equality. (Photo: OPM)

STERLING SERVICE: June 25, St. Andrew. On the occasion of the third-anniversary celebrations of the Caribbean Community of Retired Persons (CCRP), observed under the theme "Seniors on the Rise", the NCB/CCRP Living Legacy Award for Justice was presented to former Chief Justice of Jamaica, Lensley Wolfe. CCRP director Donna Parchment made the presentation during the ceremony hosted by the Chinese Benevolent Association. (Photo: Pro Comm)




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