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UK theatres close as COVID-19 spreads

17 March 2020

Theatres in London's West End and around the UK shut after Prime Minister Boris Johnson advised people to avoid such venues as coronavirus spreads. Read More


Famous chef Michel Roux dies

13 March 2020

French-born chef and restaurateur Michel Roux has died aged 78. Read More


Cameroon's 'Gurl Boss' crew takes on male-dominated film world

09 March 2020

YAOUNDE, Cameroon – Tatapong Beyala sets up her camera in a studio in Yaounde, Cameroon, surrounded by an all-women team of technicians, make-up artists and assistants. Read More


Aiming for equality

08 March 2020

This is an edited version of a message from the National Council On Substance Abuse in observance of International Women’s Day. Read More


Sentence should reflect 'lifetime of abuse'

07 March 2020

NEW YORK – Former movie producer Harvey Weinstein should get a prison sentence that reflects not only his conviction for sexually assaulting two women, but a “lifetime of abuse towards others”, New York prosecutors said in a court filing on Friday. Read More


Cherrie-Ann repping 246 TEAL

08 November 2019

Cherrie-Ann Hurley watched three loved ones pass away as a result of two gynaecological cancers. Read More


Branding on Joel’s mind

07 November 2019

There comes a time in some people’s lives when they reach their lowest point. Quite often they dig deep, try very hard to “push and go through” or as the lyrics of the National Anthem go, press “upward and onward”. Read More


EASY MAGAZINE: Andrea’s on a high

31 October 2019

It’s a beautiful thing when a career and a passion come together. That is exactly the case for 27-year-old balloon artiste Andrea Howell. Read More


Alexandra preparing students ‘for global society’

28 October 2019

ALEXANDRA SCHOOL is producing outstanding students fit for a rapidly-changing global society. Read More


EASY MAGAZINE: Size no match for Megghan’s confidence

24 October 2019

Whenever Megghan Michael steps on a stage, she urges herself to own it! As a dancer she’s fierce and energetic, and she definitely grabs your attention regardless of what she’s doing. Based on the world’s standards, she is “plus sized”. But what does that mean? Read More


EASY MAGAZINE: Paula’s ‘tribe’ her strength

23 October 2019

She’s plus-sized and she has owned some pageant stages in her time. Paula Powlett was first runner-up in the Queen’s College pageant in 2012, and while at UWI Mona she was Miss Rex Nettleford Hall 2013. Read More


EASY MAGAZINE: No limits to beauty for Leigh

22 October 2019

Nineteen-year-old Leigh Johnson put on a costume for the first time earlier this year to model for a Grand Kadooment band. Hours later she was in tears. Read More


Mum and daughter graduate

18 October 2019

For the first time in the UWI Open Campus’ history, a mother and daughter graduated on the same day, with bachelor’s degrees. Read More


BIPA warrior wins double battle

16 October 2019

Undoubtedly, she is a crusader for justice. Many have come to know her as leading the fight for policyholders of CLICO International Life Insurance Limited and British American Insurance Company Limited (BAICO) to retrieve their monies from these ill-fated insurance... Read More


Pastor: God takes care of me

14 October 2019

Over the past year, the Calvary Temple Community Church in Groves, St Philip, has multiplied its growth. Read More


Journey to Africa

08 October 2019

My first visit to Africa was an eye-opener. I sometimes describe this trip as sensory overload. No amount of news-reading, documentary-watching or researching can prepare you for the vastness and diversity of this land, and the selflessness of its people. Read More


Harriet, a comforter in military crises

07 October 2019

Even the best soldier needs emotional and moral support at some point in his and her life. Thanks to Captain Harriet Clarke, while she may not always provide a shoulder to cry on, she certainly provides a listening ear, a helping hand, and is fully skilled and equipped... Read More


Akhnaten wants to YAP with the youth

06 October 2019

Akhnaten Burrowes has an effervescent personality. He’s also the life of any party. Spend even five minutes with the 22-year-old and it’s bound to rub off. But this was not always who he was. In fact, finding himself has admittedly been his greatest struggle. Read More


Love of two joys

01 October 2019

She started dancing as a young adult who was fascinated and moved by any rhythm. Today, she dances for the Lord. The journey to her current place has been interesting, to say the least, but it was preceded by rebellion, partying, social drinking, and just enjoying... Read More


Shakera on a high in Dubai

30 September 2019

Shakera Yearwood left Barbados when she was just 24 years old and headed to a land far away from home, Dubai. At the time, she was just a young girl from the north of Barbados with big dreams and a huge determination to make them a reality. Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: A Chinese celebration

29 September 2019

Chinese children sang in English and Barbadian children in Mandarin, with the band of the Barbados Defence Force backing the enthusiastic performances, at the recent reception marking the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China. Read More


Should Government provide back-to-school assistance for parents who lost their jobs because of COVID-19?