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Goan Voice UK Weekly Newsletter - 03 Oct. 2003 issue
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Bosco - Goanet Volunteer
2003-10-02 22:41:26 UTC
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On Thu, 2 Oct 2003 12:03:09 +0100, "Eddie Fernandes" <eddie at fernandes.u-net.com>
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Goan Voice UK Weekly Newsletter - 03 Oct. 2003 issue

I know that most of you are subscribers to the free newsletter service and that
many others check it out regularly on the website, www.goanvoice.org.uk which
is averaging over 3,000 hits a day. However, for the benefit of newer members
of this forum, this is a sample issue. For the web version of this issue,
complete with photographs, graphics and hyperlinks, go to
http://www.goanvoice.org.uk/newsletter/2003-39/

UK GOAN COMMUNITY NEWS

Warren Noronha's (ex-Nairobi), London Fashion Week show last week was greeted
with the usual accolades. It is impossible to keep up with the media attention
that he attracts but an attempt has been made this week to list some of the
coverage in a supplement which it is hoped to update. You will find biographical
info about him and his family, a video link to an interview with him and catwalk
photographs of some of his shows. There are excerpts from Press reports going
back to 1999 and links to other sites and even to Emma Bunton and Victoria
Beckham! It has been a busy week for me - to find out why, see:
http://www.goanvoice.org.uk/supplement/warrennoronha.html

Cliff Pereira has launched his profusely illustrated narrative on the Goans in
the Port of London. He examines the evidence of Goans in Deptford in the 18th
century and finishes with look at the Goan Community of London today. There are
sections on A maritime culture; The priest and the company; The Goans of Bombay;
Lascars in the East End; Colonial clerks; The exodus. There is also a Konkani
translation of the full text. A riveting read in any language! Check it out at:
http://www.portcities.org.uk/london/server.php?show=ConNarrative.50

On a brief visit to London till 9 Oct is Richard Vaz of Rich(ard) Builders in
Goa. He is promoting his mini-village near Panjim, on the Bambolim plateau.
Check out his website at http://www.richbuilders-goa.com See the RB Paradise
page for the interactive site plan. You can contact Richard Vaz on his mobile,
07985 494251 or e-mail richardvaz at richbuilders-goa.com His wife, Lafira Vaz
(nee Louzardo, ex-Mombasa) would like to re-establish contact with old friends.
Bosco - Goanet Volunteer
2003-10-02 22:41:26 UTC
Permalink
On Thu, 2 Oct 2003 12:03:09 +0100, "Eddie Fernandes" <eddie at fernandes.u-net.com>
wrote:

Goan Voice UK Weekly Newsletter - 03 Oct. 2003 issue

I know that most of you are subscribers to the free newsletter service and that
many others check it out regularly on the website, www.goanvoice.org.uk which
is averaging over 3,000 hits a day. However, for the benefit of newer members
of this forum, this is a sample issue. For the web version of this issue,
complete with photographs, graphics and hyperlinks, go to
http://www.goanvoice.org.uk/newsletter/2003-39/

UK GOAN COMMUNITY NEWS

Warren Noronha's (ex-Nairobi), London Fashion Week show last week was greeted
with the usual accolades. It is impossible to keep up with the media attention
that he attracts but an attempt has been made this week to list some of the
coverage in a supplement which it is hoped to update. You will find biographical
info about him and his family, a video link to an interview with him and catwalk
photographs of some of his shows. There are excerpts from Press reports going
back to 1999 and links to other sites and even to Emma Bunton and Victoria
Beckham! It has been a busy week for me - to find out why, see:
http://www.goanvoice.org.uk/supplement/warrennoronha.html

Cliff Pereira has launched his profusely illustrated narrative on the Goans in
the Port of London. He examines the evidence of Goans in Deptford in the 18th
century and finishes with look at the Goan Community of London today. There are
sections on A maritime culture; The priest and the company; The Goans of Bombay;
Lascars in the East End; Colonial clerks; The exodus. There is also a Konkani
translation of the full text. A riveting read in any language! Check it out at:
http://www.portcities.org.uk/london/server.php?show=ConNarrative.50

On a brief visit to London till 9 Oct is Richard Vaz of Rich(ard) Builders in
Goa. He is promoting his mini-village near Panjim, on the Bambolim plateau.
Check out his website at http://www.richbuilders-goa.com See the RB Paradise
page for the interactive site plan. You can contact Richard Vaz on his mobile,
07985 494251 or e-mail richardvaz at richbuilders-goa.com His wife, Lafira Vaz
(nee Louzardo, ex-Mombasa) would like to re-establish contact with old friends.
Bosco - Goanet Volunteer
2003-10-02 22:41:26 UTC
Permalink
On Thu, 2 Oct 2003 12:03:09 +0100, "Eddie Fernandes" <eddie at fernandes.u-net.com>
wrote:

Goan Voice UK Weekly Newsletter - 03 Oct. 2003 issue

I know that most of you are subscribers to the free newsletter service and that
many others check it out regularly on the website, www.goanvoice.org.uk which
is averaging over 3,000 hits a day. However, for the benefit of newer members
of this forum, this is a sample issue. For the web version of this issue,
complete with photographs, graphics and hyperlinks, go to
http://www.goanvoice.org.uk/newsletter/2003-39/

UK GOAN COMMUNITY NEWS

Warren Noronha's (ex-Nairobi), London Fashion Week show last week was greeted
with the usual accolades. It is impossible to keep up with the media attention
that he attracts but an attempt has been made this week to list some of the
coverage in a supplement which it is hoped to update. You will find biographical
info about him and his family, a video link to an interview with him and catwalk
photographs of some of his shows. There are excerpts from Press reports going
back to 1999 and links to other sites and even to Emma Bunton and Victoria
Beckham! It has been a busy week for me - to find out why, see:
http://www.goanvoice.org.uk/supplement/warrennoronha.html

Cliff Pereira has launched his profusely illustrated narrative on the Goans in
the Port of London. He examines the evidence of Goans in Deptford in the 18th
century and finishes with look at the Goan Community of London today. There are
sections on A maritime culture; The priest and the company; The Goans of Bombay;
Lascars in the East End; Colonial clerks; The exodus. There is also a Konkani
translation of the full text. A riveting read in any language! Check it out at:
http://www.portcities.org.uk/london/server.php?show=ConNarrative.50

On a brief visit to London till 9 Oct is Richard Vaz of Rich(ard) Builders in
Goa. He is promoting his mini-village near Panjim, on the Bambolim plateau.
Check out his website at http://www.richbuilders-goa.com See the RB Paradise
page for the interactive site plan. You can contact Richard Vaz on his mobile,
07985 494251 or e-mail richardvaz at richbuilders-goa.com His wife, Lafira Vaz
(nee Louzardo, ex-Mombasa) would like to re-establish contact with old friends.
Bosco - Goanet Volunteer
2003-10-02 22:41:26 UTC
Permalink
On Thu, 2 Oct 2003 12:03:09 +0100, "Eddie Fernandes" <eddie at fernandes.u-net.com>
wrote:

Goan Voice UK Weekly Newsletter - 03 Oct. 2003 issue

I know that most of you are subscribers to the free newsletter service and that
many others check it out regularly on the website, www.goanvoice.org.uk which
is averaging over 3,000 hits a day. However, for the benefit of newer members
of this forum, this is a sample issue. For the web version of this issue,
complete with photographs, graphics and hyperlinks, go to
http://www.goanvoice.org.uk/newsletter/2003-39/

UK GOAN COMMUNITY NEWS

Warren Noronha's (ex-Nairobi), London Fashion Week show last week was greeted
with the usual accolades. It is impossible to keep up with the media attention
that he attracts but an attempt has been made this week to list some of the
coverage in a supplement which it is hoped to update. You will find biographical
info about him and his family, a video link to an interview with him and catwalk
photographs of some of his shows. There are excerpts from Press reports going
back to 1999 and links to other sites and even to Emma Bunton and Victoria
Beckham! It has been a busy week for me - to find out why, see:
http://www.goanvoice.org.uk/supplement/warrennoronha.html

Cliff Pereira has launched his profusely illustrated narrative on the Goans in
the Port of London. He examines the evidence of Goans in Deptford in the 18th
century and finishes with look at the Goan Community of London today. There are
sections on A maritime culture; The priest and the company; The Goans of Bombay;
Lascars in the East End; Colonial clerks; The exodus. There is also a Konkani
translation of the full text. A riveting read in any language! Check it out at:
http://www.portcities.org.uk/london/server.php?show=ConNarrative.50

On a brief visit to London till 9 Oct is Richard Vaz of Rich(ard) Builders in
Goa. He is promoting his mini-village near Panjim, on the Bambolim plateau.
Check out his website at http://www.richbuilders-goa.com See the RB Paradise
page for the interactive site plan. You can contact Richard Vaz on his mobile,
07985 494251 or e-mail richardvaz at richbuilders-goa.com His wife, Lafira Vaz
(nee Louzardo, ex-Mombasa) would like to re-establish contact with old friends.
Bosco - Goanet Volunteer
2003-10-02 22:41:26 UTC
Permalink
On Thu, 2 Oct 2003 12:03:09 +0100, "Eddie Fernandes" <eddie at fernandes.u-net.com>
wrote:

Goan Voice UK Weekly Newsletter - 03 Oct. 2003 issue

I know that most of you are subscribers to the free newsletter service and that
many others check it out regularly on the website, www.goanvoice.org.uk which
is averaging over 3,000 hits a day. However, for the benefit of newer members
of this forum, this is a sample issue. For the web version of this issue,
complete with photographs, graphics and hyperlinks, go to
http://www.goanvoice.org.uk/newsletter/2003-39/

UK GOAN COMMUNITY NEWS

Warren Noronha's (ex-Nairobi), London Fashion Week show last week was greeted
with the usual accolades. It is impossible to keep up with the media attention
that he attracts but an attempt has been made this week to list some of the
coverage in a supplement which it is hoped to update. You will find biographical
info about him and his family, a video link to an interview with him and catwalk
photographs of some of his shows. There are excerpts from Press reports going
back to 1999 and links to other sites and even to Emma Bunton and Victoria
Beckham! It has been a busy week for me - to find out why, see:
http://www.goanvoice.org.uk/supplement/warrennoronha.html

Cliff Pereira has launched his profusely illustrated narrative on the Goans in
the Port of London. He examines the evidence of Goans in Deptford in the 18th
century and finishes with look at the Goan Community of London today. There are
sections on A maritime culture; The priest and the company; The Goans of Bombay;
Lascars in the East End; Colonial clerks; The exodus. There is also a Konkani
translation of the full text. A riveting read in any language! Check it out at:
http://www.portcities.org.uk/london/server.php?show=ConNarrative.50

On a brief visit to London till 9 Oct is Richard Vaz of Rich(ard) Builders in
Goa. He is promoting his mini-village near Panjim, on the Bambolim plateau.
Check out his website at http://www.richbuilders-goa.com See the RB Paradise
page for the interactive site plan. You can contact Richard Vaz on his mobile,
07985 494251 or e-mail richardvaz at richbuilders-goa.com His wife, Lafira Vaz
(nee Louzardo, ex-Mombasa) would like to re-establish contact with old friends.
Bosco - Goanet Volunteer
2003-10-02 22:41:26 UTC
Permalink
On Thu, 2 Oct 2003 12:03:09 +0100, "Eddie Fernandes" <eddie at fernandes.u-net.com>
wrote:

Goan Voice UK Weekly Newsletter - 03 Oct. 2003 issue

I know that most of you are subscribers to the free newsletter service and that
many others check it out regularly on the website, www.goanvoice.org.uk which
is averaging over 3,000 hits a day. However, for the benefit of newer members
of this forum, this is a sample issue. For the web version of this issue,
complete with photographs, graphics and hyperlinks, go to
http://www.goanvoice.org.uk/newsletter/2003-39/

UK GOAN COMMUNITY NEWS

Warren Noronha's (ex-Nairobi), London Fashion Week show last week was greeted
with the usual accolades. It is impossible to keep up with the media attention
that he attracts but an attempt has been made this week to list some of the
coverage in a supplement which it is hoped to update. You will find biographical
info about him and his family, a video link to an interview with him and catwalk
photographs of some of his shows. There are excerpts from Press reports going
back to 1999 and links to other sites and even to Emma Bunton and Victoria
Beckham! It has been a busy week for me - to find out why, see:
http://www.goanvoice.org.uk/supplement/warrennoronha.html

Cliff Pereira has launched his profusely illustrated narrative on the Goans in
the Port of London. He examines the evidence of Goans in Deptford in the 18th
century and finishes with look at the Goan Community of London today. There are
sections on A maritime culture; The priest and the company; The Goans of Bombay;
Lascars in the East End; Colonial clerks; The exodus. There is also a Konkani
translation of the full text. A riveting read in any language! Check it out at:
http://www.portcities.org.uk/london/server.php?show=ConNarrative.50

On a brief visit to London till 9 Oct is Richard Vaz of Rich(ard) Builders in
Goa. He is promoting his mini-village near Panjim, on the Bambolim plateau.
Check out his website at http://www.richbuilders-goa.com See the RB Paradise
page for the interactive site plan. You can contact Richard Vaz on his mobile,
07985 494251 or e-mail richardvaz at richbuilders-goa.com His wife, Lafira Vaz
(nee Louzardo, ex-Mombasa) would like to re-establish contact with old friends.
Bosco - Goanet Volunteer
2003-10-02 22:41:26 UTC
Permalink
On Thu, 2 Oct 2003 12:03:09 +0100, "Eddie Fernandes" <eddie at fernandes.u-net.com>
wrote:

Goan Voice UK Weekly Newsletter - 03 Oct. 2003 issue

I know that most of you are subscribers to the free newsletter service and that
many others check it out regularly on the website, www.goanvoice.org.uk which
is averaging over 3,000 hits a day. However, for the benefit of newer members
of this forum, this is a sample issue. For the web version of this issue,
complete with photographs, graphics and hyperlinks, go to
http://www.goanvoice.org.uk/newsletter/2003-39/

UK GOAN COMMUNITY NEWS

Warren Noronha's (ex-Nairobi), London Fashion Week show last week was greeted
with the usual accolades. It is impossible to keep up with the media attention
that he attracts but an attempt has been made this week to list some of the
coverage in a supplement which it is hoped to update. You will find biographical
info about him and his family, a video link to an interview with him and catwalk
photographs of some of his shows. There are excerpts from Press reports going
back to 1999 and links to other sites and even to Emma Bunton and Victoria
Beckham! It has been a busy week for me - to find out why, see:
http://www.goanvoice.org.uk/supplement/warrennoronha.html

Cliff Pereira has launched his profusely illustrated narrative on the Goans in
the Port of London. He examines the evidence of Goans in Deptford in the 18th
century and finishes with look at the Goan Community of London today. There are
sections on A maritime culture; The priest and the company; The Goans of Bombay;
Lascars in the East End; Colonial clerks; The exodus. There is also a Konkani
translation of the full text. A riveting read in any language! Check it out at:
http://www.portcities.org.uk/london/server.php?show=ConNarrative.50

On a brief visit to London till 9 Oct is Richard Vaz of Rich(ard) Builders in
Goa. He is promoting his mini-village near Panjim, on the Bambolim plateau.
Check out his website at http://www.richbuilders-goa.com See the RB Paradise
page for the interactive site plan. You can contact Richard Vaz on his mobile,
07985 494251 or e-mail richardvaz at richbuilders-goa.com His wife, Lafira Vaz
(nee Louzardo, ex-Mombasa) would like to re-establish contact with old friends.
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