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Tuesday, October 3, 2023

Caribbean islands take aim at global carbon polluters

Several Caribbean countries have joined with island states in the Pacific to ask for a court ruling on whether carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions absorbed by …

Your Own Delicious Caribbean Food

The London Cooking Project in Battersea was the setting for, Tantie...

Even More Limin’

Initially intended as a ten week 'pop-up' in London's Spitalfields Market,...

Caribbean Airlines are heading back to London

It is rumoured that travellers between Trinidad and the UK may...

Trini food to make you smile in the Square Mile

Although officially launched on Wednesday 24 October, Soca News was treated to an...

Salt Fish Accra

Ingredients 500g boneless saltfish 500g onions, finely chopped 1 tsp coarsely ground black pepper ½...

Ackee a Caribbean delight for vegans worldwide!

As plant-based diets and lifestyles become more widespread and the depth...

Party It Up at Barbados Crop Over Festival (Summer 2018)

The traditional Crop Over festival used to be called, “Harvest Home” and it...

St Kitts and Nevis your perfect music festival paradise

St. Kitts and Nevis are the sort of islands that dreams...

The Spirit of Christmas

Christmas, as we know, celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ, on whom Christianity in its myriad forms was founded

Virgin Atlantic launches direct flights to Barbados from Heathrow

Starting this week, Virgin Atlantic will fly direct from Heathrow to Barbados

Trinidadian Chocolate a sweet success story

London’s prestigious department store, Harrods, has started selling some very special chocolate from Trinidad

Saville Row offers FAME to the Caribbean

Savile Row’s most decorated tailor, Andrew Ramroop, launched in July his initiative intended to further propel the Caribbean fashion industry

Tropical Sun celebrates 21st birthday with new classrooms for Jamaica’s children

World foods specialist Tropical Sun is celebrating its 21st birthday by investing £21,000 towards community projects in Jamaica and the UK

Hasan DeFour, Living the Culinary Dream

“I am like the Trini-callaloo, made up of a mixture of okra, dasheen bush leaves, coconut milk, thyme, peppers, pumpkin

Barbados Food and Rum Festival Whets the Appetite

Barbados will host its annual celebration of indigenous fine and fun cuisine from November 16 to 19

Come Drink a Rum!

The UK Rum Fest is back for its 11th year. The event will feature up to 400 different varieties of rum from around the world, available both for sampling and purchase. It’s worth a visit - at least once!

All jam and no wine travelling to Notting Hill...

If you think it’s hard to get around the crowded streets of Notting Hill on Carnival Day, try getting on a Tube at 7pm on Monday

Caribbean Food Week comes to Brixton

Hot on the (cow?) heels of Jus’ Caribbean at Clapham Common, Caribbean Food Week

Jus’Caribbean – food, drink and music in the sun

The first day of the Jus’Caribbean expo ended in the golden light of a summer evening

Glitter on the outside, glitter on the inside

There’s a new health hazard at Carnival. No, not nitrous oxide; that balloon’s already burst. The villain is glitter

Red signal for the soca train

“All aboard… for the rail replacement bus.”

Soca, Rum and some Bajan sun comes to South Molton Street

South Molton Street, near classy Bond Street in W1, will come alive this weekend with a Taste Of Barbados.

Ponche De Crème

Another classic Christmas drink in Trinidad is Ponche De Crème. Or...