Category: How Caribbean R U?

Miss Trinidad and Tobago UK “Back with a Bang”

Miss Trinidad and Tobago UK “Back with a Bang”

| August 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

By David F. Roberts After a year’s break the ever so popular Miss Trinidad and Tobago UK pageant staged a fun filled launch party on Saturday at the Yaa Centre in west London. Organised by CARIVOG International and compered by former Miss Trinidad and Tobago UK queen, Alafair Celestine the event raised much needed funds […]

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Networking and FREE drinks at Windrush Square

Networking and FREE drinks at Windrush Square

| July 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

Interested in networking and having some rum punch in a cultural African Caribbean atmosphere? If so, you are invited to join CaribDirect Multi-Media and Affinity Legacy Planning LL.P for a drink and a chat at Windrush Square, south London from 6pm on Monday 1st August 2016. The schedule for the March is as follows: 10am […]

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Countdown to Women’s Empowerment Seminar

Countdown to Women’s Empowerment Seminar

| July 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

The St.Vincent and the Grenadines High Commission has organized its Women’s Empowerment Seminar for 2016.  This event will host over one hundred women who are already registered to attend. VENUE: HIGH COMMISSION FOR ST.VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES 10 KENSINGTON COURT LONDON W8 5DL DATE: SUNDAY JULY 31, 2016  All are asked to arrive at 12:00 […]

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Reach Society recognised for commitment to BAME in workplace

Reach Society recognised for commitment to BAME in workplace

| July 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

Reach Society has been recognised for its commitment to increasing Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) representation in the workplace by being named as a Finalist in the Future Workforce Award category at the Business in the Community Race Equality Awards 2016. The Awards are the only race equality at work awards in the UK […]

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Caribbean cave hosts New World religious dialogue

Caribbean cave hosts New World religious dialogue

| July 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

Anglo-Puerto Rican team discovers Latin inscriptions and Christograms next to spiritual iconography by indigenous peoples. Early European colonisers of the Americas are generally seen as religious zealots and violent oppressors, but the discovery of a cave on an uninhabited Caribbean island may lead to a rethink. A team led by the British Museum and the […]

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GraceKennedy to Host 2nd & 3rd Generation JA Students

GraceKennedy to Host 2nd & 3rd Generation JA Students

| July 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

A United Kingdom university student will be in Jamaica this summer to participate in the 2016 GraceKennedy Jamaican Birthright Programme. Karis Edwards, a final year student at Brunel University in London, who is of Jamaican Heritage, will join Casey Daley, a Junior at Florida State University; Kimberly Ann Stephenson, who is pursuing post-graduate studies at […]

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Former PM of Trinidad and Tobago Hon. Patrick Manning has died

Former PM of Trinidad and Tobago Hon. Patrick Manning has died

| July 8, 2016 | 0 Comments

Dear National of Trinidad and Tobago, The High Commission of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland regrets to inform of the passing of the Honourable Patrick Augustus Mervyn Manning, former Prime Minister of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Please find below, details  regarding the signing of the Book […]

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‘The Commonwealth an anchor in turbulent times’

‘The Commonwealth an anchor in turbulent times’

| July 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

Secretary-General reiterates Commonwealth support to Caribbean at leaders’ summit The Commonwealth will offer strength, stability, solidarity and practical assistance to its member states and in particular will advocate for small and vulnerable economies, who are less able to withstand the impact of climate change and changes in the global economy, Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland said […]

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End of an era … The Drum is now closed

End of an era … The Drum is now closed

| July 4, 2016 | 0 Comments

July 1st, 2016 10:47 pm 30 June 2016, marked the closure of The Drum Arts Centre. The Special Resolution to wind-up Newtown Cultural Project Ltd, better known as The Drum, was taken by its Chair, Sharon Palmer and the Board of Trustees in March of this year. Their decision was made following a review of […]

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CSG heads to Caribbean for CARICOM summit

CSG heads to Caribbean for CARICOM summit

| July 2, 2016 | 0 Comments

1 July 2016 – Climate change, indebtedness, protecting migrant remittances and banking systems, and the consequences of the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union on small and vulnerable economies are priority concerns for the Commonwealth Secretary-General as she heads to Guyana for the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Conference of Heads of Government. Secretary-General Patricia Scotland said: […]

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