Archive for June, 2015

You could be the next Miss Guyana UK Queen

You could be the next Miss Guyana UK Queen

| June 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

Kaieteur Entertainments, the organisers of the popular Miss Guyana UK is actively seeking contestants for Miss Guyana UK pageant later this year. See details below:

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Jamaica Diaspora consultant says, ‘the world is watching’

Jamaica Diaspora consultant says, ‘the world is watching’

| June 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

Western Bureau: Despite Jamaica’s high crime rate and the high cost of energy, diaspora consultant Denis St Bernard sees Jamaica as an attractive option to investors in the global marketplace, but he thinks the Government is not utilising the wealth of resources available among Jamaican expatriates. “Jamaica does not have a monopoly on crime and […]

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Ghanaian millionaire builds university that Educates young Africans

Ghanaian millionaire builds university that Educates young Africans

| June 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

At a time when quite a number of Africans queue up at the embassies of foreign countries, with the hope of being granted visas into countries with ‘better living conditions’, a rare few like Patrick Awuah are sacrificing that to make a difference by returning home. In 2001, after living in America for almost two […]

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Grenada protects sea life and livelihoods

Grenada protects sea life and livelihoods

| June 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

[Clifton] (June 22, 2015) Union Island hosted a gathering last week of marine park staff, government and non-government representatives, and media from both St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Grenada. The gathering in Ashton was the fifth annual meeting of the Grenadines Network of Marine Protected Areas. With members stretching from as far south as […]

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Christian Pastor feels nothing for aborted black babies

Christian Pastor feels nothing for aborted black babies

| June 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

World news. Nikki Brooks, a Black woman who claims to be a Christian and to have held leadership rolls in several churches, has published an astonishing video stating she has no sympathy for the unborn black baby targeted for abortion. “What I am about to say, I am a Christian, I’ve served in a Pastoral […]

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Not Another Mosquito Borne Disease in Jamaica!

Not Another Mosquito Borne Disease in Jamaica!

| June 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

Caribbean news. Another mosquito-borne disease is at our doorstep; some people are not keen to go outside unless they’re fully-clothed and covered in mosquito-repellent. With Chik V still fresh in our memories, we are just not up to another fit of what those small suckers might bring to Jamaica especially since it is reported to […]

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Caribbean countries unjustly labeled as ‘Tax Havens’

Caribbean countries unjustly labeled as ‘Tax Havens’

| June 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

(Sir Ronald Sanders was Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador in negotiations with the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on its “Harmful Tax Competition” scheme). In naming 30 countries as the “top tax havens in the world”, the European Union (EU) appears to be “playing dice” with the reputations of countries, 12 of which are […]

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Real Deportation fears in Dominican Republic

Real Deportation fears in Dominican Republic

| June 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

Caribbean news. On both the eastern and western sides of the island of Hispaniola, many have feared this day, when an estimated two hundred and ten thousand Dominicans of Haitian descent will become stateless. Even though they were born and raised in the Dominican Republic and often speak no language other than Spanish, starting today, they can be expelled from their country […]

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Caribbean countries: Trapped?

Caribbean countries: Trapped?

| June 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

A common market in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries would lead to a substantial rise in the regional exports.   This is one of the findings of a new World Bank Report entitled, ‘Trade matters: New opportunities for the Caribbean’. That statement might come as a surprise to many since CARICOM is an acronym for ‘Caribbean […]

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All roads lead to Caribbean Food and Drink Week July 10th

All roads lead to Caribbean Food and Drink Week July 10th

| June 18, 2015 | 0 Comments

Caribbean news. Caribbean Food and Drink Conference, Expo and Caribbean Knights are set to take London by storm this summer. Friday 10th July 2015 (12 noon to 5pm) at Holiday Inn Kensington Forum Hotel will be the Caribbean Food and Drink Conference which is followed by the Caribbean Food and Drink outdoor Expo in Windrush […]

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