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Events captured in pictures this day...

Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Vice-chancellor of the University of the West Indies Prof E Nigel Harris (left) jokes with Alan Beckford (centre), general manager of the Jamaica Automobile Association and Dr Richard Aitken, surgeon at the Kingston Public Hospital. Launch of Jamaica's first GPS Navigation System, held at the Senior Common Room (SRC), UWI, Mona Campus on Thursday March 5, 2009
Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Dr Parris Lyew-Ayee, director of the Mona GeoInformatics Institute, gives People's National Party Chairman Bobby Pickersgill a crash course in operating the Garmin GPS device on Thursday. You can amp up the navigation potential of your vehicle with this device for a shade above 30 grand.

Launch of Jamaica's first GPS Navigation System, held at the Senior Common Room (SRC), UWI, Mona Campus on Thursday March 5, 2009.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Launch of Jamaica's first GPS Navigation System, held at the Senior Common Room (SRC), UWI, Mona Campus on Thursday March 5, 2009.
Peta-Gaye Clachar/Staff Photographer
Evelyn Scott honorary member and Hermione McKenzie (right) president of the Associates of Women Organizations in Jamaica unveils the anniversary logo at the tribute to women trailblazers and launch of womens media watch Jamaica 21st anniversary celebrations at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday, March 3, 2009.
Peta-Gaye Clachar/Staff Photographer
Hillary Nicholson (right), makes a presentation to Barbara Gloudon, for her contribution to Jamaica.
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 at the Tribute to Women Trailblazers and Launch of Women's Media Watch-Jamaica 21st anniversary celebrations at the Hilton Kingston Jamaica on Tuesday, March 3, 2009.
Peta-Gaye Clachar/Staff Photographer
The three ladies Syringa Marshall Burnett (from left), Paula Llewelyn and Jean Lowrie-Chin ladies revel in the moment of being honoured by the Women's Media Watch for their trailblazing careers.




Tribute to women trailblazers and launch of womens media watch Jamaica 21st anniversary celebrations at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday, March 3, 2009.
Peta-Gaye Clachar/Staff Photographer
Blazing a trail. Fourteen women were honoured for their contribution to Jamaica through their work. From left seated  Paula Llewelyn, Cynthia Wilmot, Carmen Stewart and Syringa Marshall Burnett. From left standing, Lana Finikin, Barbara Gloudon, Jean Lowrie-Chin and Linette Vassell. Absent were Barbara Bailey, Helene Davis Whyte, Zailia McCalla, Portia Simpson Miller, Evelyn Smart and Ionie Worms.   





Honourees pose for a photographic moment at the tribute to women trailblazers and launch of womens media watch Jamaica 21st anniversary celebrations at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday, March 3, 2009.From left (front rowe) is DPP Paula Llewelyn,Cynthia Wilmot,Bishop Carmen Stewart, Mrs. Syringa Marshall, (back rowe) Lana Finikin, Mrs. Barbara Gloudon, Mrs. Jean Lowrie-Chin and Linette Vassell.
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