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London nurse praised for work with gangs

A UK-BASED Zimbabwean nurse has won a prestigious award for her work with young people and families affected by gangs. Westminster Clinical Nurse Specialist Dorcas Gwata was named the winner of the Nursing Standard Mental Health Award at a ceremony held...

Austin's late burst of brilliance lifts Jamaica

MIDFIELD DYNAMO Rodolph Austin led by example with an injury-time header to earn Jamaica a slender 1-0 success over Canada, and puts the Reggae Boyz in a strong position to reach the next phase of the CONCACAF Gold Cup. Austin was a rampant figure, on top...

'Grim, bleak and demoralising'

AN INDEPENDENT report into the troubling number of imprisoned young adults who have taken their own lives has prompted a demand for drastic changes to the criminal justice system. The ‘Changing Prisons, Saving Lives’ report, which was commissioned by...

Christian women mind their own business

AN INTERESTING news story recently appeared on fortune.com. One of the world’s most respected financial business media revealed that African-American women are the fastest growing group of business owners in the US. Their numbers have grown by 322 per...

Micro firms 'need more apprentice support'

RUNNING A micro business while also trying to support apprentices in their first experience of work can be an almost impossible task, despite Government guidelines claiming there is ample financial support. This has been the experience of businessman Ken...

Patti Labelle: 'I was never tempted by drugs'

ANYONE WHO'D wondered if Patti LaBelle can still sing, would have had all doubts quashed if they watched the recent BET (Black Entertainment Television) Awards. The 2015 ceremony saw the 71-year-old songstress team up with fellow singers K. Michelle and...

Serena takes Wimbledon crown again

THRTEEN YEARS after winning her first Wimbledon singles crown, Serena Williams repeated the feat with a 6-4, 6-4 success over plucky Garbine Muguruza. This was the American’s sixth Wimbledon title and her 21st Grand Slam title. She is now just one behind...

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