Day: June 17, 2021

Uefa warns teams could be fined if they move drinks at news conferences

“Uefa has reminded participating teams that partnerships are integral to the delivery of the tournament and to ensuring the development of football across Europe, including for youth and women,” tournament organisers said on Thursday. Uefa’s Euro 2020 tournament director Martin Kallen said players were contractually obliged “through their federation of the tournament regulations to follow”. …

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Alborosie’s latest album For The Culture Debuts Top 5 On US Reggae Albums Chart!

For The Culture, the latest album from Alborosie debuts top 5 on the US Reggae Albums roundup, according to MRC National sales data. To celebrate the album release, VP Records launches a video montage, compiled from related album clips, to document the creative process behind the making of this important album. Composed and produced at the height …

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Landscaping employment opportunities available in Canada

Two job opportunities with an established leader in commercial and residential landscaping in Canada exist for Barbadians, and suitably qualified persons are invited to submit their résumés to the Barbados Employment and Career Counselling Service (BECCS), by Friday, June 25. The first is for the post of Construction Labourer. Interested persons should have a basic …

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PAHO team with artistes in campaign against COVID-19

The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) is continuing a collaborative effort with Global Citizen and Sony Music Latin recording artists on campaigns to inform and educate people in the Americas about the spread of COVID-19.  “Color Esperanza 2021: Protect Yourself and Protect Others,” features 6 Latin artists who have come forward to help share messages on preventing …

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