Saturday, 5 July 2014

LOOK WHO'S TALKING: TALLAWAH surveys the scene from Jamaica House to St. John's

BEST SEATS IN THE HOUSE: On the occasion of his appointment as the new Managing Director of Columbus Communications (Flow's parent company), Sean Latty pays a courtesy call on PM Portia Simpson-Miller at Jamaica House, discussing, among other things, the company's ongoing work and contribution to the Jamaican economy. (June 25).

STORM WATCHERS: Both Sun City Radio and the ODPEM continue to play significant roles in the lives of Portmore residents. Above, the station's resident livewire, actor Chris 'Johnny' Daley, speaks with the disaster agency's Deputy Director-General, Horace Glaze, at last Saturday's community expo at the Portmore Mall. (June 28).

THE BRIGHT SIDE: The entertainment lineup at Saturday's high-energy Funfest Summer Experience on the grounds of Hope Gardens featured a host of relative newcomers and fairly popular young acts, including talented singjay Richie Loop, seen here being interviewed after his performance. (June 29).

THINK TANK: Antigua played host to this week's 35th CARICOM Heads of Government meeting, chaired by Antiguan prime minister Gaston Browne (far left). At a working luncheon in St. John's, he is joined by (from left) Sandals International Chairman Gordon 'Butch' Stewart; PM Portia Simpson-Miller; Sandals CEO Adam Stewart; and CEO of Digicel Business Paul Osborne. (July 1)

CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON: Sport minister Natalie Heita-Headley addresses a press conference on Thursday at the Jamaica Pegasus, where members of Team Jamaica heading to this summer's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland (July 23 to August 3) was announced. Seated at the head table are Secretary-Genral of the Jamaica Olympic Association Christopher Samuda and JOA President Mike Fennell

(Photos: Jamaica House, Jamaica Information Service, the ODPEM, the Office of the Prime Minister and Skkan Media)

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