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 Food

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November 22, 2022

A One-Pot Lesson In Grenada’s History

SCOTT NEUMAN Oil down, Grenada's national dish, is a melting pot of its cultural history. This hearty stew is made of local veggies, salted meat and aromatic spices. It's a…
October 10, 2022 in BUSINESS NEWS, FOOD

Black History Month: South London woman sets up first ever Black Farmer’s Market as Brixton’s vibrancy ‘disappearing’

Farmers' markets are a great day out and always worth a visit. They have seemingly exploded onto the scene over the last decade and they can be found in pretty…
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July 7, 2022 in FOOD, FOOD, HEALTH & LIFESTYLE

”Patties so good I send them in the post”: The Old Trafford Bakery’s amazing 60-year story

“I come here because the food tastes GOOD"
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May 29, 2022 in FOOD, WORLD NEWS

‘Superstar’ Royal Navy chef named the Forces’ top caterer

Able Seaman Devorne Gibson spent seven months of 2021 at sea with Type 45 destroyer HMS Diamond as part of the UK Carrier Strike Group. His efforts and hard work, both in…
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January 10, 2022 in FOOD, FOOD, HEALTH & LIFESTYLE

“The Biggest Enemies Of Your Immune System Are Fear, Lack Of Sun, and Bad Food”

In this clip Paula Hurlock advocate and covernor of Wellness Experience Jamaica provide tips to naturally boost ones immune system.
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 Fashion

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November 26, 2022

Jen Reid on Colston two years on, her new book and launching a fashion brand

By Louisa Streeting Life Writer She's wanted to launch her own business for years Jen modelling one of the pairs of Big Stush earrings (Image: Kali Ackford) It’s fair to say…
November 6, 2022 in BUSINESS NEWS, FASHION, LATEST

Five black Birmingham business owners who started up their own clothing brands

By Khrista Davis We went to visit some of Birmingham's black-owned clothing brands We went to visit some of the black-owned clothing brand businesses in Birmingham for Black History Month. The…
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October 12, 2022 in FASHION

MY CROWN

My Crown. The last thing I prepare for before I go to bed and the first thing I look forward to (sometimes) when I wake. The joy I feel when…
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October 1, 2022 in FASHION

South Africa’s Thebe Magugu features in the V&A’s

FASHION IN MOTION SERIES  FASHION IN MOTION SERIES  Magugu will be the next featured designer in the V&A’s Fashion in Motion series. Held in the V&A’s Raphael Court on the…
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September 6, 2022 in ART, CULTURE & LITERATURE, FASHION, FOOD, HEALTH & LIFESTYLE

Bobbi Lockyer was told she couldn’t make it in fashion. Now her cultural designs are heading to New York Fashion Week

By Emma Ruben Growing up, she was told she was too Black and too fat for fashion. Years on, Bobbi Lockyer is showing naysayers she’s got everything it takes to…
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Emefa Cole joins V&A as its inaugural Curator of Jewellery (Diaspora)

Celebrated jeweller Emefa Cole joins the V&A to share her unique experience and expertise as the museums’ inaugural Curator of Jewellery (Diaspora).

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Emefa Cole – V&A’s inaugural Curator of Jewellery (Diaspora)Image credit: V&A

Health

1 in 4 black men will get prostate cancer in their lifetime, compared to other men, who have a 1 in 8 chance of getting prostate cancer. This short animation explains the risks to black men (aged 45 or over or your father or brother has had it) and why it is so important to get a PSA blood Test, used to help detect prostate cancer.

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The Prostate Project