HAMILTON, New Zealand (CMC) -- West Indies frustrated New Zealand with bat and ball but Ross Taylor’s unbeaten half century helped to steer the Black Caps to safety on the second day of the third test at Seddon Park Hamilton on Friday.
Taylor is undefeated on 56 and Kane Williamson was bowled by Sunil Narine for 58 ...more »
Shoppers were out in their numbers across the corporate area last Thursday to take advantage of the amazing discounts offered during the Jamaica Observer Takes Style Out. We caught up with shoppers at Courts Constant Spring, Ammar's Mall & Village Plazas, Lee's Fifth Avenue Tropical Plaza, Soho and Signature Boutiques, and Little Dolls and Dudes Kouture to bring you scenes from the ultimate retail therapy event.
Photographers: Michael Gordon & Joseph Wellington
Secretary at Pavement and Structures Limited Evadne Gordon happily accepts a gift voucher from Kerry-Ann 'Kiki' Lewis, Courts' host for the evening.
Courts' Island Home Collection brand spokesperson
Yendi Phillipps (left) joined Courts Optical fashion
show host DJ Shaw and brand manager at Courts
Optical Suzanne Campbell for a photo op.
Marketing assistant at Lee's Fifth Avenue
Brenda Sailsman helps pharmacist Kim
Wright find the right pair of pants.
Miss Kitty at
Store manager at Ammar’s Mall Plaza Pauline Malek (left) completes a
transaction with supervisor at Jamaica Broilers Sharon Richards and
production worker at Jamaica Broilers Jacqueline Jones.
(second left) as
his friend Jono
Looking every bit like store mannequins at
Soho Boutique were models Kameika Lewis
(left) and Kaci Fennell.
Doctors Komal (right) and Leo Poulose discussed a Whirlpool
washer with ATL account executive Messina Thomas at the
Half-Way-Tree Road store.
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