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Nation newscast January 27, 2015

In tonight’s news: Police search for bank robber. Read More

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St Kitts election date to be announced tonight

PRIME MINISTER of St Kitts & Nevis Dr Denzil Douglas says he will announce the date of the country’s next elections at a public meeting tonight. Read More

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Culture of safety and health vital to all

PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY in the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, Senator Harry Husbands, believes part of the struggle in the area of safety and health relates not so much to the laws or acts governing it, but to the building of a culture of safety and health. Read More

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Culture of safety and health vital to all

PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY in the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, Senator Harry Husbands, believes part of the struggle in the area of safety and health relates not so much to the laws or acts governing it, but to the building of a culture of safety and health. Read More

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LIAT appoints new internal auditor

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Chief Executive Officer of LIAT – The Caribbean Airline –David Evans today announced the appointment of Chad Hyson as Internal Auditor. Read More

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CEDA fully behind emerging exporters

MINISTER OF INDUSTRY, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss, has heaped praise on one of the region’s leading export development agencies . . . Read More

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WICB asks ICC for help

St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) today communicated its intent to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to find a workable solution for the premature end of the West Indies tour of India in October 2014. Read More

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AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Nadal knocked out

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) – Rafael Nadal kept telling anyone who would listen that his fitness levels wouldn't stand up to the rigors of a two-week Grand Slam tennis tournament. Tomas Berdych proved him right. Read More

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Narine withdraws from World Cup squad

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – The West Indies will be without one of its biggest weapons for next month’s Cricket World Cup in Australia. Read More

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ALL AH WE IS ONE: 2nd Term blues

THE CURRENT NATIONAL DISCOURSE surrounding the question of the legitimacy of the tenure of the Speaker of the Parliament, Michael Carrington, over a matter springing from his private legal practice, is symptomatic of a deeper malaise facing the ruling Democratic Labour Party, which can be attributed... Read More

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EDITORIAL: Closer look at legal profession

THE LEGAL PROFESSIION in Barbados, as a result of recent incidents, is facing an unusually high level of public scrutiny — as well as criticism that suggests the way its members conduct themselves with clients is not improving their image. Read More

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OFF CENTRE: The call of the tribe?

WE ARE VERY BIG on personal broadcasting these days, using various means of prominently “announcing” ourselves (often signalling our membership of some “tribe”). Read More

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‘Love is the key to my music’

THERE IS ONLY one Maxi Priest, stated the man who bears the name. Read More

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Out ta de baller

IT IS THAT time again when the place to be is the Nook & Cranny Bar to catch up on the latest happenings and to laff-if-off. Read More

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Melissa Rivers files lawsuit in mother Joan's death

NEW YORK (AP) - Melissa Rivers filed a malpractice lawsuit Monday against doctors and the clinic where her mother, Joan Rivers, had a routine medical procedure, stopped breathing and later died. Read More

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