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T & T Talented Teens and Queen Show seeking applicants

T & T Talented Teens and Queen Show seeking applicants

| November 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

As is customary around this time, CARIVOG International are looking for talented young ladies to enter the Trinidad and Tobago Talented Teens and National Queen Show competitions. See details below:

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Women in your 50’s

Women in your 50’s

| November 12, 2017 | 0 Comments

Does this describe you? You’ve raised your families.  You’re ready for change.  You don’t know what to do next. You have a list of things you have been, or are interested in, in your life. You are procrastinating. You want to find your `what next’ but don’t know how. You are lacking in energy and motivation. You want help and […]

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JD Douglas meets first Black Female Conservative MP Helen Grant

JD Douglas meets first Black Female Conservative MP Helen Grant

| November 12, 2017 | 0 Comments

Producer, Director and Writer JD Douglas paid a courtesy call on Helen Grant MP. He was invited to meet the Member for Maidstone and Weald to update her on his Black History Month events in Kent. He recently staged the world premiere of Black Heroes of Kent at Midkent College, to critical acclaim. The show […]

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Are you a ‘strong silent type?’

Are you a ‘strong silent type?’

| November 12, 2017 | 0 Comments

Here’s one of my most interesting reads this week. It’s about a study that shows how men struggle to show their feelings; men describe the pressures of being the ‘strong silent type’. It’s by Dave Burke in the Daily Mirror. Click the link for the full article, but here’s a taste… A new video has […]

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Britains Homeless Children

Britains Homeless Children

| November 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

Can you believe this is actually happening? Children are sleeping on night buses, at police stations, accident and emergency hospital wards, in bin sheds. There shouldn’t be street homeless children in the UK; seems like there’s a tragedy waiting to happen. There are so many plausible reasons why parents find themselves homeless with their children; […]

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Dine in the Nude

Dine in the Nude

| November 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

Would you pay around £26 to have a meal after leaving all your clothes in a wardrobe before entering? Who would you go with? Why would you want to go? I read about Le Parisien in Paris in three different countries this week and no one I spoke to about it said they’d go. I […]

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Over 300 Caribbean nationals on Interpol wanted list

Over 300 Caribbean nationals on Interpol wanted list

| June 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

A St. Lucian national is among 312 Caribbean nationals on Interpol, the largest international police organisation’s Wanted Persons List, News Americas reported last week. The report identifies the lone St. Lucian on the list as Tyson Joseph, 26, who is wanted for robbery while armed with a firearm, attempted murder, forcible confinement and aggravated assault. Trinidad & […]

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Singer Jamelia details racist abuse from alleged British police officer

Singer Jamelia details racist abuse from alleged British police officer

| June 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

On Monday morning British popstar Jamelia shared a shocking account of racism at the hands of a police officer while taking her young children to school. The shocking post, has at the time of writing received over 1,050 shares on Facebook, with many expressing their disgust at the incident. Incidents of racial abuse are said […]

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Caribbean Diaspora faces extraordinary times

Caribbean Diaspora faces extraordinary times

| June 26, 2016 | 0 Comments

By David F. Roberts In spite of the rain and thunderstorm on the evening of June 16th, Caribbean nationals keen to learn of the need to preserve their wealth for their family turned out en masse to the first Wealth Preservation lecture at the British Virgin Islands UK government office in London, BVI House. Organised […]

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Troubling Freedom: “We must preserve freedom at all cost”

Troubling Freedom: “We must preserve freedom at all cost”

| May 2, 2016 | 0 Comments

Last Friday saw the coming together of Antigua and Barbuda citizens, friends and well-wishers for a most special occasion, the formal fundraising book launch of Troubling Freedom: Antigua and the aftermath of British Emancipation. Presided over by newly installed Antigua and Barbuda High Commissioner Dr Karen-Mae Hill who is an attorney and former General Manager […]

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