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  • Italian official calls for Bill Gates to be arrested

    Italian official calls for Bill Gates to be arrested

    There have been pockets of information swirling around various media and civic organisations sources in the United States and Britain about the ‘true’ motive behind Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation as it relates to the COVID-19 pandemic. This video presentation provides one view of the many theories being discussed, have a look and listen and […]

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    | May 25, 2020 | 0 Comments
  • Charter flights arranged for British travellers in Barbados

    Charter flights arranged for British travellers in Barbados

    British High Commissioner to Barbados & the Eastern Caribbean @HCJanetDouglas delivers a special video message about the UK Government’s 🇬🇧 charter flights for British travellers in Barbados & the EC, who are seeking to return home to the UK. 🌐 https://t.co/On9ugycBAa pic.twitter.com/kWXmGhi059 — UKinCaribbean 🇬🇧 (@UKinCaribbean) May 23, 2020

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    | May 24, 2020 | 0 Comments
  • Do we have a right to REFUSE  a COVID-19 vaccine?

    Do we have a right to REFUSE a COVID-19 vaccine?

    There’s a lot of talk around the world about how we will survive COVID-19 and whether a vaccine is the only answer to this pandemic. Well Jerry Day has a very interesting take on the who discussion with some not so flattering accusations about Bill Gates and the WHO that would almost certainly cause the […]

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    | May 24, 2020 | 0 Comments
  • CORONA and a National Social Fund

    CORONA and a National Social Fund

    Tiny economies cannot print massive reserves of cash, by raising vast amounts of financial capital from global investors, such as multi trillion dollar economies can. Multi trillion dollar GDPs, such as the US, Germany, and UK, have the ability to borrow near unlimited amounts of money from investors through the issuance of various debt instruments […]

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    | May 23, 2020 | 0 Comments
  • The UK Mask Map

    The UK Mask Map

    Study reveals top places embracing and avoiding wearing face masks Research published today by The N95 Mask Company reveals the nation’s mask-wearing intentions as the United Kingdom eagerly awaits the Government’s ‘roadmap out of lockdown’ announcement.  The UK Mask Map highlights the top five cities and towns in the UK planning to embrace face masks and the […]

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    | May 22, 2020 | 0 Comments
  • The U.S. and Cuba: Caribbean chooses cooperation, not confrontation

    The U.S. and Cuba: Caribbean chooses cooperation, not confrontation

    Caribbean countries are, once again, being placed in a difficult position as they try to navigate a course between the United States (U.S.) and Cuba – two countries of great importance to them and for each of which they have great respect. In 1972, the four then independent member states of what is now the […]

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    | May 22, 2020 | 0 Comments
  • Touching letter to Windrush Generation mother who helped build NHS

    Touching letter to Windrush Generation mother who helped build NHS

    Millicent Kelly arrived in Britain in 1953 as part of the Windrush Generation and she and her two sisters helped build the National Health Service (NHS). She passed away in 2007 but here her son Tony writes to tell her about the NHS’s greatest medical challenge. Dear Mum You left us and this earthly life […]

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    | May 20, 2020 | 0 Comments

Featured Videos

Featured Videos
  • Chef Hasan DeFour cooks up Silver Snapper in Kweyol Sauce
    Chef Hasan DeFour cooks up Silver Snapper in Kweyol Sauce

    Chef Hasan De Four is in St.Lucia and roasts 5 herb Silver Snapper in a 3 stone fire by the sea, with a Kweyol Spiced Rum sauce, and breadfruit and green bananas with a coconut reduction sauce. Delicious!

  • Chef Jason Makes Bajan Fish Cakes in Barbados
    Chef Jason Makes Bajan Fish Cakes in Barbados
  • Jus’ Caribbean Drinks Show
    Jus’ Caribbean Drinks Show

    Caribbean drinks producers showcased in London at Imbibe Trade show

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Commonsense Remedies for COVID-19

Commonsense Remedies for COVID-19

| May 19, 2020 | 0 Comments

Lots of advice is being spread around on various platforms about the COVID-19. This video speaks to the many commonsense approaches we can all take to protect ourselves.

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CORONA and the seven stages of grief

CORONA and the seven stages of grief

| May 16, 2020 | 0 Comments

Public reaction to the sudden and drastic change from the new Corona Virus Pandemic is worthy of assessment. The Corona Virus Pandemic has had a major impact on public psychology in every country. This is reaction that is equivalent to the human response to deep loss and grief: it is critical to recognize and understand […]

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Message from Grenada High Commissioner

Message from Grenada High Commissioner

| May 15, 2020 | 0 Comments

Dear Nationals, I trust that everyone continues to be well, and safe. I am just checking in. It’s been two weeks since our National Associations Meeting so I wanted to find out how everything’s going.  We have not received any reports of anyone passing since we last communicated, so I hope this means that we […]

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Attacking Golding does not help Guyana’s credibility

Attacking Golding does not help Guyana’s credibility

| May 15, 2020 | 0 Comments

Attacking Golding does not change demand for credible Guyana elections result In the wake of a report to the Permanent Council of the Organisation of American States (OAS) on the Guyana general elections of March 2, the Head of the Electoral Mission (EOM), former Jamaica Prime Minister, Bruce Golding, has been accused of being “exceptionally […]

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Jamaica committed to repatriating human remains

Jamaica committed to repatriating human remains

| May 13, 2020 | 0 Comments

Dear Fellow Jamaicans and Friends of Jamaica, The Jamaican High Commission has been receiving enquiries regarding the regulations governing the shipment of human remains to Jamaica, particularly in relation to persons who have died from the deadly coronavirus. In this regard, please be advised that the Government of Jamaica offers no objection to the shipment […]

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Online Gambling Industry in the Caribbean

Online Gambling Industry in the Caribbean

| May 13, 2020 | 0 Comments

A look at the past From majestic brick-and-mortar casinos in the Bahamas and Puerto Rico to online casinos, the Caribbean has it all. When it comes to online casinos, all of it started in Antigua and Barbuda back in 1994, through the passing of the Free Trade and Processing Act. This act effectively allowed companies […]

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Notting Hill Carnival Pioneers Festival 2020 cancelled

Notting Hill Carnival Pioneers Festival 2020 cancelled

| May 12, 2020 | 0 Comments

Given the threat that COVID-19 has unleashed, disrupting normal everyday life as we know it, Notting Hill Carnival Pioneers Festival will not take place this summer. In keeping with current precautions to limit mass gatherings and in the interest of public health Notting Hill Carnival Pioneers have decided to cancel its 2020 event. The Community […]

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 What to Look For in a Catering Company

 What to Look For in a Catering Company

| May 10, 2020 | 0 Comments

Whether you are planning a birthday party, feeding the people attending your workshop, or buying pre-packed meals for your volunteers, you need to find a reliable catering company to make hungry tummies happy. You need a caterer to provide delicious dishes that will tickle everyone’s taste buds. At the same time, these meals must also […]

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UK Jamaican artiste Millie Small dies at 72

UK Jamaican artiste Millie Small dies at 72

| May 9, 2020 | 0 Comments

Jamaican singer and songwriter Millicent Dolly May Small born on 6 October 1947 died last week on 5 May 2020 from a stroke.  Millie was mononymously known for her 1964 recording of “My Boy Lollipop”, which reached number two in both the UK Singles Chart and the US Billboard Hot 100. The UK Jamaican community […]

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A new world of restricted travel

A new world of restricted travel

| May 9, 2020 | 0 Comments

The global travel and tourism industry will inevitably contract and decline significantly, as the Corona Virus Pandemic continues its devastating journey through the world economy. For the Caribbean, a region wholly dependent upon tourism for its economic existence, this will be no easy time. Social distancing on airplanes; testing and quarantine of travelers upon arrival; […]

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Black hairstyles seen from nature’s point of view

Black hairstyles seen from nature’s point of view

| May 8, 2020 | 0 Comments

Perception has long been seen as something influenced by our past experiences, training and education…Seeing hairstyles, particularly Black hairstyles within the random spread of hedges, fences or discarded gates is nothing short of brilliant and extraordinarily creative. Enjoy the various picturesque images of Black hairstyles influenced by nature…

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The Caribbean in an emerging new world

The Caribbean in an emerging new world

| May 8, 2020 | 0 Comments

Tied to no one’s apron strings: The Caribbean in an emerging new world Developing countries, including Caribbean Community (CARICOM) states, would make a grave mistake if, in the wake of the economic crisis they now face, they decide to diminish their foreign affairs budgets. The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have created huge challenges for […]

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Does Africa have the answer to Coronavirus

Does Africa have the answer to Coronavirus

| May 7, 2020 | 0 Comments

For years the world has benefited from the innumerable natural resources (gold, diamonds, bauxite, and more) to fuel the extravagant lifestyles of the rich and famous. Western laboratories have patented the use of many herbs for modern medicines to cure a range of diseases including malaria, chicken pox, ebola and cancer. The interesting thing is, […]

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Is COVID -19 the beginning of the end of freedom?

Is COVID -19 the beginning of the end of freedom?

| May 6, 2020 | 0 Comments

Will world governments use COVID-19 as an excuse to restrict their citizens’ civil liberties? Is it possible the new world order many are talking about, actually true and the world is being prepared for an existence no one could have dreamed about? Or are all these conspiracy theories without any basis in reality? Questions and […]

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Streaming tribute to Bro. Dougie Williams

Streaming tribute to Bro. Dougie Williams

| May 5, 2020 | 0 Comments

You are invited to the Online Live Stream ‘Celebration of the Life’ for our Elder and Community Champion BRO. DOUGIE WILLIAMS on Wednesday 6th May 2020 from 11am – 12noon.  The stream will remain open for Community Tributes into the afternoon and features words from the Williams Family and several key members of the Community.   […]

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St Lucians unite to fight COVID-19

St Lucians unite to fight COVID-19

| May 5, 2020 | 0 Comments

St Lucians across the socio-economic spectrum of the island pledge to work together to fight the devastating effects of the coronavirus to save the Helen of the West.

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Climate Resistant Greenhouse Farms launched in Caribbean

Climate Resistant Greenhouse Farms launched in Caribbean

| May 4, 2020 | 0 Comments

Fairfield, CT and Caribbean – Alquimi Renewables, LLC (“Alquimi”) and its farming operations group Island Growers, announce the first 100% climate resistant greenhouse farm operations in the Caribbean region.  The farms will employ custom designed hurricane resistant greenhouse systems developed in partnership with Sprung Structures Ltd. based in Calgary, AB. 

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CNN’s Amanpour interviews Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley

CNN’s Amanpour interviews Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley

| May 3, 2020 | 0 Comments

CNN’s Christian Amanpour interviews Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley on the implications of COVID-19 to the economic and social welfare of Caribbean nations. The need for global leadership is key to a sensible strategy to fight and defeat the coronavirus.

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