CAMF Carnival Arts Mas Foundation 2019 Showcase

CAMF Carnival Arts Mas Foundation 2019 Masband Costume Showcase

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British Department for International Trade supports Latin American and Caribbean investors

Press release The Department for International Trade launches the government’s first ever Latin America and Caribbean Investor Club.Published 2 April 2019From:Department for International Trade and Graham Stuart MP The Department for International Trade (DIT) has today (Tuesday 2 April) launched the government’s first-ever Latin America and Caribbean Investor Club. The club, which has been created to help […]

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Billy Ocean “wows em” at Cambridge Corn Exchange 2019

70 Year old Billy Ocean, the Trinidad and Tobago-born singer, looked good and in shape, wearing a dark suit and tie, and succeed in keeping the energy level up at the Cambridge Corn Exchange. Singing the timeless Love Really Hurts Without You, the ballad The Colour of Love, Suddenly and Loverboy, plus saving one of his best-known tunes for last, […]

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10 must-visit beaches in the Caribbean according to USA Today

There’s no shortage of things to do in the Caribbean but most people visit the islands for one main reason and that’s to hit the beach. So for the perfect Caribbean vacation, head out to  one of our top ten beaches. Grace Bay, Turks and Caicos Picture the classic Caribbean beach, and it probably looks […]

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Caribbean Soca Artist Olatunji impresses XFactor’s Simon Cowell

UK Caribbean Soca artist “Ola” Olatunji , full name Olatunji Yearwood, impressed the Xfactor 2018 (C) Judges with his energetic performance , shown on ITV (c) on the second September 2018.   Olatunji , dressed in one of his signature style suits , had the judges singing and clapping along with just his chants of […]

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Westbury Carnival – Saturday 7 July 2018 Feel the Caribbean in Westbury, Wiltshire

Westbury Carnival, run by Westbury Town Council on Saturday 7th July, will stage a fun day out for all the family, opening at 11am. Watch out for a 20-foot long pirate ship sailing up Maristow Street with performing pirates on board, as well as Captain Beaky the talking parrot. Throughout the day, there will be […]

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 International Reggae Day – July 1st

IRD is a 24 hour global media festival anchored in Jamaica celebrating the best of Jamaica’s music and creativity and its influence around the world IRD is the first ever annual calendar event to be officially proclaimed and dedicated to REGGAE MUSIC ​International Reggae Day was inspired by Winnie Mandela’s address to Jamaican women during her […]

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United Kingdom : Home Office accused of cover up tin the Ongoing Windrush scandal

The Home Office has been accused of covering up the true scale of the Windrush scandal after it emerged that British citizens from non-Caribbean countries have also been affected. The Independent revealed yesterday that dozens of people born in India, Pakistan and Ghana have been referred to the Windrushtaskforce after being affected by the government’s “hostile environment” immigration policy. But the […]

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Aristotle’s Masterpiece Completed in Two Parts, The First Containing the Secrets of Generation – The Origin of Post Slavery Sexual Old Wives Tales

Aristotle’s Masterpiece Completed in Two Parts, The First Containing the Secrets of Generation. Have you ever been told don’t look at ugly people you will make an ugly baby? Maybe the origin lies in a book written by Aristotle. A manual detailing the ‘secrets of sex’ from 1720 . A book that claims to “advise […]

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