KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) — The Ministry of Justice has signed a contract valued at $245 million for Phase II of the Justice Square Project downtown Kingston.
The work, to be undertaken by MLO Construction over a six-month period, involves the further refurbishing of the Supreme Court and renovation of the former Nati ...more »
Saturday, January 26 will remain forever etched in the memories of LIME Chairman Christopher Dehring, his belle Katia Almeida and his nearest and dearest. What was a one-year later birthday party — complete with Jacqui Tyson’s culinary delights, a made-to-dance selection of music by Richie D, and bartenders who never stopped pouring — turned into a spectacular concert and engagement party. The marvel of it all was the setting, so intimate it felt like a wonderful dinner party. SO shares highlights...
Bounty Killer delighted the crowd.
There's little doubt Restaurants of Jamaica director Michelle Myers-Mayne
enjoyed the evening's entertainment.
Admiral Bailey kicked off the birthday
In typical fashion, Shaggy won favour with his performance as birthday
celebrant Chris Dehring, holding daughter Shiloh and flanked by (from left)
Nagia Almeida, her sister Katia and Ruby Dehring, cheer on.
The bag was in the car, just in case, for
expectant mum Imani Duncan-Price and
LIME exec hubby Stephen Price.
Proud papa Dehring dances with his little girl, Shiloh, as his mum Ruby looks on.
Dehring’s nearest and dearest were out to wish him a happy birthday.
As the surprised gathering looked on LIME Chairman Chris Dehring fell to
his knee and proposed to long-time belle Katia Almeida, and witnessed by
their daughter Shiloh.
Pinchers thrilled with his sweet melodies.
Dr Osmond Tomlinson and his
restaurateur wife Anna Kay, caught in
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