Archive for November, 2014

The Power of Belief

The Power of Belief

| November 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Inspirational thoughts.Ever heard the saying “belief kills and belief cures”? What about “you are what you think”? Belief, according to www.oxforddictionaries.com, is an acceptance that something exists or is true, especially one without proof.  Some people believe that they were born to be great; some believe that they’re merely here to exist.  Do you think that whatever you believe is […]

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Take A Slice of Humble Pie

Take A Slice of Humble Pie

| November 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Spirituality. The word humble is derived from the Latin word humilis which means low, grounded, modest, and not showing off.  Lately, I’ve become familiar with the word humble as I have recently moved from America back to England to live with my Father and family. That had to be one of the hardest things for […]

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Lara feels Rohit’s 264 may not be surpassed

Lara feels Rohit’s 264 may not be surpassed

| November 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Sports news. West Indian batting legend Brian Lara feels that Rohit Sharma’s record One-Day International knock of 264 will be difficult to surpass. Rohit, opening the batting for India in the fourth ODI against Sri Lanka at Kolkata’s Eden Gardens last week, stunned the cricketing world with his monster score, smashing the previous record of […]

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Urgency required on alternative energy

Urgency required on alternative energy

| November 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Caribbean news. Bridgetown, BARBADOS, November 19, 2014.  The Caribbean needs to embrace a transition to 100 per cent adoption of Renewable Energy as if its very life depends on it. This was the general view from a panel discussion on alternative energy which formed part of the programme on Wednesday of Caribbean Exporters’ Colloquium 2014, […]

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The distinctive contribution of minority firms to the UK Economy

The distinctive contribution of minority firms to the UK Economy

| November 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

Business news. In the last edition we examined the significance of ‘ethnic monitoring’ as a strategic tool for the equitable allocation and/or distribution of resources across the cultural divide. Over 40 years, Britain’s ethnic communities have been researched (exhaustively) with principal issues of ethnicity and immigration dominating the media. Yet, apart from several focused studies, […]

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Grenadian war hero survives three suicide attempts

Grenadian war hero survives three suicide attempts

| November 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

Caribbean news. Grenadian/British hero, Johnson Beharry speaks to Johnson JohnRose about the mission in Iraq that almost resulted in his death, his suicide attempts, the pain and nightmares that still haunt him and turning his near-death experiences into something positive Post by Johnson JohnRose.

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Now is the time to tackle malnutrition and its massive human costs

Now is the time to tackle malnutrition and its massive human costs

| November 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

World news. The scourge of malnutrition affects the most vulnerable in society, and it hurts most in the earliest stages of life. Today, more than 800 million people are chronically hungry, about 11 percent of the global population. Under-nutrition is the underlying cause of almost half of all child deaths, and a quarter of living children are […]

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Justina Mutale nominated for Black British Business Powerlist 2015

Justina Mutale nominated for Black British Business Powerlist 2015

| November 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

Community news. Justina Mutale, Founder & CEO of POSITIVE RUNWAY: The Global Catwalk to Stop the Spread has been nominated in the prestigious 2015 Black British Business Power List (BBBPowerList 2015). Ms Mutale, whose social development organisation has presence spanning 6 continents across the globe including the United States of America, was in August 2014 […]

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US Caribbean immigrants get breathing space

US Caribbean immigrants get breathing space

| November 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

World news. NEW YORK (CMC) – With United States President Barack Obama vowing to proceed on immigration reform by executive order, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on Friday signed two bills that would drastically limit the federal government’s ability to deport undocumented Caribbean and other immigrants from New York City. Under one of […]

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European-Caribbean Business Matching Service

European-Caribbean Business Matching Service

| November 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

Caribbean news. The Foundation for Entrepreneurial Participation (TFEP) has launched unique Internet based Euro-Caribbean Enterprise Partnership Service (ECEPS) is a place where Caribbean and European companies, of whatever size and location, can register to seek business Partners in Europe and the Caribbean, respectively. This is a FREE service to businesses. In today’s global economic climate […]

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