March 20, 2023

50 million people worldwide in modern slavery 

GENEVA (ILO News) – Fifty million people were living in modern slavery in 2021, according to the latest Global Estimates of Modern Slavery. Of these people, 28 million were in forced labour and 22 million were trapped in forced marriage. The number of people in modern slavery has risen significantly in the last five years. 10 million […]

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Lamborghini celebrates Goodwood

Lamborghini celebrates Goodwood Festival of Speed with the Duke of Richmond The essential appeal of Lamborghini at the world’s greatest celebration of motorsport and car culture Sant’Agata Bolognese, 21 June 2022 – As Automobili Lamborghini heads to the 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed from 23 to 26 June, the Duke of Richmond takes time to drive […]

Dutch wind turbine blades becomes skis

Old Dutch wind turbine blades becomes new skis Old Dutch wind turbine blades becomes new skis Vattenfall has set a target to recycle all dismantled wind turbine blades by 2030, and 50 percent of the blades already by 2025. Turbine blades from Dutch Wind farm Irene Vorrink will be the first to enter the recycling […]

Iconic Paris landmarks

Iconic Paris landmarks set to make City of Light sparkle 17 Jun 2022 – In the shadow of the Eiffel Tower, along the banks of the River Seine and across the French territory, Paris 2024 aims to open up the Games – promoting young, urban sports while keeping a strong athletic dimension, fully embracing Olympic Agenda 2020 and achieving gender […]

The LVCVA Archive Collection celebrates 75 years of documenting the history of Las Vegas tourism

LAS VEGAS – The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) Archive Collection, which has documented Las Vegas’ history and helped promote tourism to Southern Nevada since 1947, will mark its 75th anniversary of its Las Vegas News Bureau collection by curating and presenting some of the most iconic photos of the collection to the […]


Wha Happenin’ At CNCF? Catch Up On The Latest News YOUTH SUMMER CAMPA CULTURAL IMMERSION!2 weeks: 11-15 July | 18-22 JulyActivities include:Steel Pan • Dance • Field TripsArts and Crafts and more!F.J. Harquail Cultural Centre17 Harquail Drive Ages 6 – 16 9:00am – 1:00pmMonday to FridayEarly drop off at 8:00amStudents will be split into groups […]

“Riding the Olympic Wave” at The Olympic Museum

17 Mar 2022 – Celebrating six new sports that have made their entry into the programme of the Olympic Summer Games, the new exhibition at The Olympic Museum highlights how the Olympic Movement echoes and anticipates emerging trends. Opening on 17 March, “Riding the Olympic Wave” presents a rich cultural programme, weaving in art, music and urban culture.  Six new Olympic […]


JUNE 4, 2022 “Barbados will miss George Lamming — his voice, his pen, and of course, his signature hairstyle — but I pray that the consciousness of who we are that he preached in all that he wrote will never fade from our thoughts.” – Mia Mottley, Prime Minister, Barbados “At the highest level, [David] Holford was at […]

Cayman: Museum Opens Animatronic of Historic Female Trailblazer

Grand Cayman, 24 May 2022 – The Cayman Islands National Museum (CINM) unveiled its newest permanent exhibit featuring one of the Islands’ most iconic and admired figures. The opening of the life-like Miss Annie Huldah Bodden animatronic display was held on Thursday, 12 May, at the Old Courts Building.  The unveiling event was attended by MP and […]