Archive for May, 2013

Fear and loathing in Woolwich

Fear and loathing in Woolwich

| May 31, 2013 | 0 Comments

There has been and will be much said about the killing of serviceman Lee Rigby in Woolwich, South East London. Thankfully such an incident is rare in the UK and therefore is obviously going to generate public comment and media attention. I am aware that many of the words said in response to the Woolwich […]

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All aboard: Seminar set to take off…

All aboard: Seminar set to take off…

| May 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

This evening is the long awaited business seminar hosted by CaribDirect and sponsored by MoneyGram. Due to be held at the Jamaica High Commission at 6.30pm, the response to this, CaribDirect’s second business seminar, has been tremendous with guests expected from the Midlands. In order to save time and ensure a smooth delivery of presentations […]

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Halima Abubakar and Yvonne Nelson in MISTRESSES

Halima Abubakar and Yvonne Nelson in MISTRESSES

| May 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

…..“I am so disappointed in you. I can’t believe you can go behind me to stab me at the back. I can’t believe you have the guts to go sleep with my husband” Initially, they are content with being second best but as time slipped by, that position became unbefitting and they schemed to take […]

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Webster pained at IPL fixing saga

Webster pained at IPL fixing saga

| May 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

Sports psychologist Dr Rudi Webster is pained seeing the fixing saga hit the richest T20 league of the world — the Indian Premier League so badly. Former Barbados cricketer Webster has helped many Indian cricketers too. He was Kolkata Knight Riders’ mental skills coach last year. Today, when he hears of malpractices that have plagued […]

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The world is big enough for two…but is it right?

The world is big enough for two…but is it right?

| May 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

God knows the media’s aware of it. Your friends, your lovers, perhaps your parents know it well, as much the church. We all share different perspectives on the suppressed obvious matter. Step outside, it’s all out there, at times overtly. Homosexuality. Yet what does it actually mean to be a Bi-sexual? Is it mere excitement? […]

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Uche Ogbodo’s busty-licious appearance at Turning Point

Uche Ogbodo’s busty-licious appearance at Turning Point

| May 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

In more Africa news, Uche Ogbodo arrived on the red carpet of Turning Point movie premiere on Friday and everything consciously stopped. I mean all eyes were set on the actress. I saw some guys dribbling and some were glued to the pretty screen goddess for photo opportunity. What the heck is going on guys? […]

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SVG Port Authority Club adopts bus stand

SVG Port Authority Club adopts bus stand

| May 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

THURSDAY MAY 23, 2013; KINGSTOWN, SAINT VINCENT and the GRENADINES – As part of its activities during the 2013 ASCCCPA Caribbean Port Games, the Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Port Authority Sports and Cultural Club have adopted the bus stand near the Geest Shed making Caribbean news. This is in keeping with the organization’s social […]

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Caribbean Investment Forum Returns To New York

Caribbean Investment Forum Returns To New York

| May 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Definitive Caribbean Investment Forum Returns To New York City This June CaribPR Wire, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 24, 2013: The countdown is on to the Avalon  Invest Caribbean Now forum, the definitive Caribbean investment meeting and the most promoted item on the Caribbean Week calendar, set for June 5th from 7:30 to 11:30 […]

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History of Trinidad and Tobago carnival Part II

History of Trinidad and Tobago carnival Part II

| May 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

I believe in an article I once wrote, I spoke about the origins of carnival. I spoke about it was a tradition that was linked to religion. Today, I wish to further add to the history of carnival in Trinidad and Tobago. Trinidad and Tobago changed hands over the centuries between the French, Spanish and […]

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Miss-K talks “SEX” with Ghanaian actress Jocelyn Dumas

Miss-K talks “SEX” with Ghanaian actress Jocelyn Dumas

| May 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

Artist and Philanthropist Miss-k met up with friend Ghanaian Actress and TV host Jocelyn Dumas during a TV show taping. Miss-k was invited to be the Guest Star for Jocelyn’s new upcoming TV show, titled, “THE BOUDOIR”  (which after translation means “BEDROOM” in french.) and so far we hear that, all these two gorgeous and curvaceous woman talked about, was : Sex, Sex […]

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