Archive for July, 2012

OYLYMPIC JAMAICA (The Island of Springs and Wood)

OYLYMPIC JAMAICA (The Island of Springs and Wood)

| July 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

Jamaican Independence Day is August the 6th, right in the middle of the Olympic Games schedule and on the day of the Athletic Sprint relays.!!!!!! This major Caribbean Island may be small economically but packs a substantial Olympic punch.  Since 1948 The Island of Jamaica has won 55 Olympic Medals – 54 in track and […]

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Khago vs Sizzla…Seriously?!

Khago vs Sizzla…Seriously?!

| July 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

Is it me or has music turned upside down?  What is this I am hearing;  Khago and Sizzla are at war?  This does not sound right at all.  In the words of Twin of Twins, it is like a shear on a Rasta; it no luk gud.  Two natty headed men cannot be at it […]

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Indian replica business reaches Hollywood

Indian replica business reaches Hollywood

| July 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

From the outside the factory of the Indian Handicrafts and Textiles Syndicate looks like just another unit in the northern Indian town of Sahibabad’s industrial complex. But this workshop has a unique distinction — its products have featured in a number of A-list Hollywood movies, as well as in documentaries for National Geographic and Discovery […]

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Bullying what can we do about it?

Bullying what can we do about it?

| July 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

Bullying is a phenomenon which is rife in schools and in the work place. But what makes a person become a bully. I believe it is all about power and often the bullied becomes the bully. I was a victim of this at primary school, it was a very unhappy and unpleasant phase in my […]

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Maximising Potential: Just Do It!

Maximising Potential: Just Do It!

| July 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

1 Peter 4:10-15 10 God has given each of you a gift from his great variety of spiritual gifts. Use them well to serve one another…. A couple of Sundays ago my Pastor spoke about the gifts that God has given each one of us, unfortunately, most people are unaware of the spiritual gifts and talents […]

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You are what you think…!

You are what you think…!

| July 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

You may have heard that age old proverb ‘as a man thinks, so is he’.  Your thoughts govern your mood, decisions and actions. St Paul encourages us to meditate on and put into practice certain virtues which will enable you to become a more successful and grateful human being. Practice Truth In this time of […]

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It’s A Wrap 25 – Featuring MaNaka

It’s A Wrap 25 – Featuring MaNaka

| July 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

~ my clothes are a chance to express myself and my headwraps effortlessly capture the essence of me.’ ~Manaka MaNaka creative hands and beautiful human behind Manaka Handmade is our newest WrapStar Feature. Her names mean “possessing beauty” in Shona, her native language. She was born in a small mining town in the Midlands of […]

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Grenada Sports Minister attends 6th Commonwealth Sports Ministers Meeting

Grenada Sports Minister attends 6th Commonwealth Sports Ministers Meeting

| July 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

Honourable Patrick Simmons, Minister of Youth Empowerment and Sports, on Wednesday 25th July 2012, joined counterparts from 42 member countries of the Commonwealth at the Sixth Commonwealth Sports Ministers Meeting (6CSMM) hosted by Hugh Robertson, MP,  UK Minister of Sport and The Olympics. The meeting, which was opened by Commonwealth Secretary-General, HE Kamalesh Sharma, focused […]

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Dereck Chisora presents £20,000 cheque to David Haye’s charity of choice; ACLT

Dereck Chisora presents £20,000 cheque to David Haye’s charity of choice; ACLT

| July 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

Following his side-bet with Dave Haye prior to their heavyweight title fight at West Ham United, Dereck Chisora on Tuesday 24th July presented a cheque of £20,000 to the founders of David Haye’s charity of choice, the ACLT (African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust in Central London. The donation will go towards supporting the ACLT’s lifesaving work […]

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Sarwan wins case against WICB

Sarwan wins case against WICB

| July 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

The West Indies cricket board will have to fork out one million Trinidad and Tobago dollars to pay its former captain Ramnaresh Sarwan for publicly denigrating and humiliating the Guyanese and Leicestershire middle order batsman. The payment is part of 1.5 million t & t dollar pay out in damages which the WICB incurred recently. […]

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