Monthly Archives: November 2015

Commonwealth choses first female secretary-general 

VALLETTA, Malta (AFP) — The Commonwealth appointed its first female secretary-general on Friday when leaders chose Dominica-born lawyer Patricia Scotland to take over the running of the 53-country organisation.

THE OUTSPOKEN MISS WORLD CANADA, DENIED ENTRY TO CHINA FOR PAGEANT FINALS! 

Canada’s Miss World contestant Anastasia Lin poses for photographers after she was denied entry to mainland China, at Hong Kong International Airport in Hong Kong, Thursday, November 26. (Photo: AP)—

MR. VEGAS RELEASES GOSPEL SINGLE “JESUS TRAIN!”

There’s never a dull moment in Mr. Vegas’ career.

The hit-making singjay recently released a Gospel single titled Jesus Train.

The song that was released on his MV Music label is currently enjoying rotation on popular Gospel radio stations.

Barbados to hike cell phone tax

Barbados Finance Minister Chris Sinckler (Photo: antiguaobserver.com)

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) – Finance Minister Chris Sinckler says the plan to impose a new tax on cellular phone calls is still on the table, but a different method will be used to collect the Value Added Tax (VAT).

BOB MARLEY, BRITNEY SPEARS AND DJ CALVIN HARRIS ARE THE “MOST DANGEROUS” ARTISTS TO LISTEN TO WHILE DRIVING, STUDY FINDS! 

  • One in ten drivers has had a crash or a near-miss because of music
  • Rock, pop and dance music were found to be the riskiest genres
  • Fast-paced music makes people drive faster, while slow music was also found to have an effect on driving performance
  • Ideal driving song has a medium-paced tempo that mimics a heartbeat

FORMER JAMAICAN-BORN BOXING CHAMPION O’NEIL “SUPER NOVA” BELL, KILLED IN ATLANTA ROBBERY! 

A former boxing champion in Atlanta was killed during a robbery early Wednesday morning.

O’Neil Bell, from Jamaica, died after robbers fired one round into his chest, killing him on the streets on Harbin Road, police said.