Thursday, 7 December 2017

OUT & ABOUT: Dionne Jackson-Miller + Dr. Chris Tufton + Audrey Marks + Damion Mitchell + June Wong + Jack Dorsey + PM Andrew Holness

PARTY OF FOUR: Dec. 2, St. James. Making his first trip to Jamaica, to share insights with conference attendees at the Tech Beach Retreat in Montego Bay, Jack Dorsey (Founder of Twitter/Square), second right, pauses for a quick snap with US Ambassador to Jamaica Audrey Marks, event co-organizer Kirk-Anthony Hamilton, second left, and Kyle Maloney. (Photo: Audrey Marks)

WORK OF HIS HANDS: Dec. 3, St. Andrew. Sunday’s 13th staging of the Liguanea Art Festival had no shortage of appealing sights and sounds, featuring stunning artwork by such noted names as Gilbert Nicely, who gave festival coordinator June Wong the grand tour of his exhibit. (Photo: Liguanea Art Festival)

AWARD WORTHY: Dec. 2, Kingston. Jamaica’s hardworking media professionals, including Press Association president Dionne Jackson-Miller and the Gleaner/RJR’s Damion Mitchell, came together to honour their peers at Saturday’s glitzy PAJ/National Journalism Awards at the Courtleigh Auditorium in New Kingston. Among the night’s big winners were Nationwide News Network and The Gleaner Company. (Photo: Sleek)

POINT OF INFORMATION: Nov. 29, Kingston. A packed Jamaica College auditorium gave PM Andrew Holness a keen listening ear as he addressed issues ranging from youth unemployment to economic growth at the Youth Edition of his increasingly popular and important OPM Live series. The series continued at the Emancipation Park this past Tuesday evening. (Photo: Jamaica House)

OPEN HOUSE: Nov. 28, St. Andrew. Located inside the Half Way Tree Transport Centre, a newly renovated space, dubbed the “Teen Hub,” will provide adolescents with access to computers for school projects, counselling and other educational services, thanks to a partnership between the UNFPA and the Ministry of Health (and other stakeholders). Participating in the recent official opening are health minister Dr. Chris Tufton, Simon Spence (also representing the MOH), St. Andrew Technical student Jerome Reynolds and State minister for Youth, Floyd Green(Photo: UNFPA)







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