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THE devil is in the details, right? Or is it in the insidious? Insidious as defined by the Oxford Dictionary says: proceeding in a gradual subtle way, but with harmful effects.
It’s that slow seep that creeps into the mind, heart and soul when we are most unguarded. To me that is why Jamaica is a morally failed state and becoming more so every day.
We neglect the gradual and slow ways in which we achieve…Continue
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The United States Defence Secretary is due in Barbados this week to discuss a security programme for the Caribbean proposed by President Obama. Mr Obama announced the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative - aimed at curbing drug trafficking and other trans-border threats - at last year's Summit of the Americas in Port of Spain. Mr Obama's fiscal 2011 budget request includes almost $73 million in military and economic aid for the program,according to a… Continue
What has been described as Britain's biggest Afro-Caribbean market has been "listed" for protection.
The action was taken following a local campaign to save the site from redevelopment. In 2007, the land on which Brixton
Market stands in south London was sold to a property company, which proposed to redevelop the site.
Campaign group Friends of Brixton…Continue
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Sedene Blake has graced the pages of Vogueand now she comes to SHE Caribbean. Sizzling models, exceptional fashion designers and makeup artistes from around the Caribbean as well as a team from Centric TV, complemented by stunning tropical backdrops, will all form part of SHE Caribbean Magazine’s tenth year anniversary celebrations.
Plans are underway to celebrate SHE’s tenth anniversary in grand style this weekend, starting Friday when a team from…
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Blogger Yoani Sanchez is known around the world for her vivid and passionately oppositional account of life in Communist Cuba, but she is almost unknown on the island itself. Her blog, Generation Y, is blocked by the Castro government. In addition, Sanchez is not allowed an Internet connection at home. She posts from hotels and cybercafes.
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BASSETERRE, St. Kitts – St. Kitts and Nevis topped the poll for favorite destination in the Eastern Caribbean (Leeward Islands category and is among 9 other destinations for “Favorite Destination in the Caribbean 2010.
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Trinidad and Tobago is on alert for a general election that could be called as early as May.
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VIRGIN ISLANDS - In the wake of announcing their 35th anniversary celebration tour, Third World embarked on a rigorous schedule for 2010 that has them traveling to Spain, Belgium, Poland and Australia. In typical Third World fashion, the reggae ambassadors set the tone for what fans could expect when they performed to sold-out crowds in St. Thomas and British Virgin Islands on March 26th and 27th respectively.
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Isn’t it time we gave our children something to be truly proud about? What does it really mean to be Saint Lucian? What about us defines us as Saint Lucian? Is there such a thing as being Saint Lucian? I thought about these questions and though not conclusively, came up with some idiosyncrasies that perhaps can be described as Saint Lucian. Let’s begin with our sense of humour; it can best be described as crude and void of subtlety. Take this story: Mavis,…Continue
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St Joseph’s Convent was one of the top performing schools at the Science and Technology Fair.
After an invigorating three days of scientific expression where students from all over the island got the chance to share their love for the subject with other science enthusiasts, the closing ceremony for the annual School’s Science Fair was held on Friday March 26 at the Beausejour Cricket Grounds.
The 2010 National School Science and…
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Jamaican musher Newton Marshall continues to build on the island’s tradition of excellence in winter adventure sports becoming the first Jamaican to complete the grueling 1,000 mile Iditarod dogsled race from Anchorage to Nome. After nearly two weeks on the trail, the 27 year old Marshall and his team crossed the finish line in Nome, Alaska on March 19, finishing 47th out of 71 starters competing in the 2010 Iditarod.
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MIAMI - Holiday Inn Resorts Aruba & Jamaica were among the many proud sponsors of The Dempsey Challenge, a non-competitive race in which participants are challenged to cycle, run or walk to raise funds in support of The Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope & Healing. The Dempsey Center provides free support, education and wellness services to cancer patients, survivors and caregivers. The event held recently in Lewiston, Maine raised more… Continue
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Sheldon Clayton, Visual Arts teacher at the Mile Gully High School in Manchester, enters data using the Complete SMS. The Complete SMS is a school management software which assists school administrators to analyse data on students. The data can be used to develop timely and effective intervention programmes to meet student needs. Mile Gully High is one of six schools under the Mutual Building Societies Foundation Centres of Excellence project that has… Continue
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A day usually reserved for church, late breakfast, time to spend with the family, maybe do the chores we did not complete on Saturday, best describes what I consider to be a typical Sunday.
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