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IABC Barbados Has A New Board

Last night I retained the presidency of IABC Barbados. Having been a founding member of the chapter I am witnessing first hand its struggles and its mini victories. We started with just about five members, grew to 15 last year and now at the start of my 2nd year as president, we have 23 members.

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PR Practioners Don't Think Up Stories: My Response to Mail Online Story

I read the Mail Online story “Insider reveals: PR men would think up a story and Rebekah’s Sun and News of the World would run it word for word. Some were complete fiction” (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2013046/Rebekah-Brooks-Sun-News-World-run-fictional-stories-insider-claims.html) and was pretty much disgusted as a former journalism student and more so as a seasoned PR practitioner.

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PRMR Inc. se presenta oficialmente en Josef's Restaurant

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, 8 de febrero / PRNewswire / -- La más nueva empresa de relaciones p#195#186blicas de Barbados, PRMR Inc., se presenta oficialmente el martes 12 de febrero de 2008 en un c#195#179ctel de recepci#195#179n, en el galardonado Josef's Restaurant, St. Lawrence Gap, Christ Church, a las 7 p.m.

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The Diabetes Global Village

"It is estimated that by 2025 every household across Barbados will have a person who has diabetes therefore we must introduce novel and exciting ways to spread the news about diabetes and its potential complications."

This was proposed by Dr. Kenneth George, Senior Medical Officer of health responsible for chronic and non-communicable diseases and representative of the Lion's Club, during the opening remarks of the launch of the Diabetes Global Village 2007. This exposition was held at the Hilton Hotel yesterday.

Dr. George shared that today in Barbados diabetes is common and many persons who have diabetes may suffer many complications such as blindness, kidney failure and especially amputations. He also emphasized that these complications may impact the entire household and can result in broken families.

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All hail Hall!

They don't make them like they used to. They simply can't. Not when it comes to Wes Hall. He cannot be copied nor can he be cloned. He's a one-and-only.

It was a night to remember and one which the more than 300 guests present would not forget for a long time. The occasion was a gala dinner at Barbados Hilton to celebrate the 70th birthday of the globally-revered cricket legend-cum politician, cricket administrator and evangelical pastor.

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