Friday, 1 November 2013

LOOK WHO'S TALKING: Lisa Hanna + Brian Heap + PM Portia Simpson-Miller + Andrew Brodber + Patricia Laufer + Richard Elman + Alma Mock Yen + Gordon Robinson + Krystal Tomlinson + Usain Bolt

PERFECT TIMING: Oct. 30, St. Andrew. There was much to smile about apparently at Wednesday's launch of the inaugural Samsung Youth Football Cup at Devon House. Here, having a moment are Samsung's Patricia Laufer and the World's Fastest Man, whose eponymous foundation will supply the balls to be used during the prep-primary school tournament. (Photo: Usain Bolt/Twitter)

MAKING IT OFFICIAL: Oct. 30, St. Andrew. We all love a cheerful giver. PM Portia Simpson-Miller, fresh from a stint with CONCACAF, heartily presents a gift to Richard Elman, Chairman of the Noble Group, who made a call on the Office of the Prime Minister on Wednesday. Extending their reach to the Caribbean, Noble Resources Limited has inked an agreement with Clarendon Alumina, a move Simpson-Miller calls "a welcome investment" that will hopefully lead to a possible energy solution for the Jamalco plant.(Photo: OPM)

HOT TOPIC: Oct. 26, St. Andrew. The life and legacy of late cultural stalwart Ranny Williams was the main conversation piece, naturally, during a special JCDC-hosted event (panel discussion and tribute concert) in celebration of Mas Ran's 101st birthday anniversary last Saturday. Dr. Brian Heap (left), Festival Queen Krystal Tomlinson, Alma Mock-Yen and Andrew Brodber have much to talk about. (Photo: Ramath Fraser)

FINE COMPANY: Oct. 26, St. Andrew. Youth and culture minister Lisa Hanna (left) was also in the thick of things, sharing in the conversation with Mock-Yen, Tomlinson and Heap. (Photo: Ramath Fraser)

THE SUN SALUTES YOU: Oct. 29, St. Andrew. The Sagicor Bank-hosted "Real Business, Real Solutions" drew an assortment of small and medium-enterprise (SMEs) proprietors to the Terra Nova Hotel on Tuesday. Here, Solar Business Jamaica Chairman, Gordon Robinson (far right), explains to his audience how to operate his company's solar parachute lighting device. (Photo: Breakthrough Communications)





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