Archive for February, 2016

Would the real tax havens please stand

Would the real tax havens please stand

| February 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

“It is tantamount to an economic blockade”.   That’s how Antigua and Barbuda’s Prime Minister, Gaston Browne, described the current withdrawal from Caribbean indigenous and offshore banks of correspondent relationships by US banks.  His sentiments were echoed by Deane Barrow and Freundel Stuart, the Prime Ministers of Belize and Barbados respectively. The withdrawal of correspondent banking […]

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Jamaica Labour Party Wins 2016 General Elections

Jamaica Labour Party Wins 2016 General Elections

| February 26, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) has been officially confirmed as the winner of the Jamaica’s National Election 2016 after unseating the People’s National Party (PNP) in today’s polls.The party won with a majority of 33 seats to the PNP’s 30 seats. Party leader Andrew Holness, in a live TV interview commented that he wishes the […]

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Council cancels Brixton Splash over public safety fears

Council cancels Brixton Splash over public safety fears

| February 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Brixton Splash music festival has been cancelled for 2016, with Lambeth Council saying it costs too much to police and to clear up afterwards. The festival was founded in 2005 and is usually held on or near 6 August, Jamaican Independence Day. In recent years the event, which is free, has attracted up to […]

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S.A.G.H.S scores with Carnival Saturday fete

S.A.G.H.S scores with Carnival Saturday fete

| February 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

P.O.S. Trinidad (Sonique Solutions) – As Carnival 2016 culminated in sweet Trinidad and Tobago. The Friends of St. Augustine Girls’ High School (S.A.G.H.S) created memorable moments with their annual all-inclusive Carnival fete known as “ASTRA”. ASTRA which took place at the Centre of Excellence, Macoya, delivered on all levels and gave several patrons (both local […]

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Doris D. Charles  launches 1st book in style

Doris D. Charles launches 1st book in style

| February 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines regards her as, ‘One of the Caribbean’s emerging authors of the creative imagination genre.’ Soft spoken and highly spiritual Doris Charles a.k.a Sister Charles to her church, has come a long way to achieving one of her several dreams, to be a published author. In spite of […]

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Helping Haiti Help Itself

Helping Haiti Help Itself

| February 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

Haiti has made a firm and important first step in taking responsibility for its affairs after decades of external interference.  An agreement, reached on the night of February 5, twenty-four hours before the Presidency of Michel Martelly ended in accordance with the Constitution, was as historic as it was vital. As I said in a […]

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“The Economics of the Afrikan Community”

“The Economics of the Afrikan Community”

| February 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Economics of Afrikan people in the West began with our enslavement – as objects, products and units of production. We struggled, resisted and rebelled until we abolished this dehumanising and derogatory status.  Although the physical shackles may have gone, we have not been able to abolish the system that perpetrated it. It has now re-enslaved […]

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Nubian Jak Community Trust Makes Memorial Aid Single

Nubian Jak Community Trust Makes Memorial Aid Single

| February 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

February 2016 New: “I Have a Song” by multi Grammy Award nominated artist, Eric Roberson, has been chosen by Nubian Jak to be the poignant and evocative call to remember Commonwealth service personnel from Africa and the Caribbean, who fought alongside Britain and the allied forces in WWI and WWII. The Single will be available […]

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Swimming Pigs? Adventure story out of The Bahamas

Swimming Pigs? Adventure story out of The Bahamas

| February 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

UK AUTHOR Announces Immediate Availability of her latest children’s book Swimming Pigs? online at www.swimmingpigstails.com Clients can immediately purchase the paperback version or download the e-book, there. “Swimming Pigs,” said Susan is a fantasy adventure story taking place in The Exumas, The Bahamas. The fantasy adventure story is about the real life pigs that swim […]

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Show your love creatively this Valentines

Show your love creatively this Valentines

| February 12, 2016 | 0 Comments

Creative love is an Art exhibition in Pop Brixton taking the works of 7 artists from different nationalities to explore different notions of Love. The project will run for 6 day, from the Wednesday 10th of February to Tuesday 16th February 2016, with a private view on the 10th and a creative workshop Speed-Date-Paint on […]

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