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Fish vendors smiling again

01 June 2010

THE FISH ARE all gone - sold out. It was a different story at the Bridgetown Fisheries Complex yesterday from the one carried in last Thursday's DAILY NATION. Boat owner and fish vendor, Donna Phillips, said all the fish which had been kept on ice had been sold - not... Read More

Passport help for Guyanese

01 June 2010

GUYANA'S Deputy Chief Immigration Officer Carol Primo is in Barbados to assist Guyanese nationals with renewing their passports and to conduct any other business related to their status. She will be available at the Amaryllis Hotel, Hastings, Christ Church, today... Read More

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Bigamist 'truly sorry'

01 June 2010

THERE WERE no protestations of love from self-confessed bigamist Calvin Glyne Rock yesterday. Instead, he said he was "a practising Christian" who wanted "to do right by God" but "had let this thing fester". Rock, 66, of Plumgrove, Lodge Road, Christ Church, was... Read More

Vehicle inspection option for garages

01 June 2010

LICENSED AND REGULATED vehicle garages can play a role in the annual inspection of private and public vehicles, says Minister of Transport and Works John Boyce. Boyce, who was speaking at the McEnearney Quality Inc. (MQI) rollout of two new models - the Kia Soul... Read More

'St Lucy project to push growth in north'

01 June 2010

THE FORTHCOMING INFRASTRUCTURAL transformation of St Lucy should bring about services that could take the ease off the demands now facing Warrens. Chief Town & Country planner Mark Cummins told the DAILY NATION yesterday that the massive housing development project... Read More

Tearful farewell for Parris

01 June 2010

SOME STAFFERS openly cried yesterday as Leroy Parris bade farewell to CLICO International Life Insurance Limited (CIL). The top insurance executive officially stepped down as executive chairman of CIL and spent from about 10:15 a.m. meeting with financial advisers and... Read More

Dad regrets taking gun from Weymouth

01 June 2010

GUNMAN CALSTON EMMANUEL SEALY begged and pleaded for a chance yesterday. He said he missed dressing up as a cartoon character for his seven children; he swore he was trying to turn the gun in and had made numerous calls to a lawman he knew but had failed to get him.... Read More

RIDICULOUS CLAIM

01 June 2010

WILLIAM LAYNE IS BEING RIDICULOUS, says former CL Financial chairman Lawrence Duprey. That's his response to Layne's call for executive chairman of CLICO Holdings Barbados Limited (CHBL), Leroy Parris, to return all monies obtained from subsidiary, CLICO International... Read More

Lashley: Seize opportunities to help youth

31 May 2010

THERE IS NO CRISIS among our young people, says Minister of Family, Youth and Sport Stephen Lashley. Read More

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Fight netative trends 'with positives'

31 May 2010

Using God-given instructions from The Bible, a Government minister, a magistrate, child care officials, Read More

10 per cent drop in Cable and Wireless revenue

31 May 2010

Cable & Wireless Communications recorded a ten per cent reduction in revenue in the Caribbean Read More

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Win for Symmonds

31 May 2010

KERRIE SYMMONDS easily defeated Rommel Marshall 79-33 in last night’s nomination process Read More

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Call for law to ban public smoking

31 May 2010

Chairman of the  National Council For The Prevention of Alcohol and Drug Dependency Read More

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Benn yorked

31 May 2010

LANKY LEFT-ARM West Indies spinner Sulieman Benn was sent off the field by his captain Chris Gayle yesterday Read More

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AIDS worry

31 May 2010

In Barbados, there are 185 registered new cases of HIV/AIDS every year, and this, Read More

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Top gear

31 May 2010

TOP GEAR. Bajans had much to celebrate yesterday by copping the first two places Read More

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Bishop's back

31 May 2010

Three years after members of his congregation accused him of abandoning them in their hour of need, Read More

National Youth Forum now has website

31 May 2010

GOVERNMENT WILL SOON have a draft National Youth Policy which will be available for scrutiny Read More

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Search on for best employeers

31 May 2010

The search is on to find the best company to work for in Barbados. Read More

No comfort for drug lords

30 May 2010

KNOCKING the volatile situation in Tivoli Gardens as "frightening and an embarrassment to Jamaica", Read More

No quicker Tobago fish, says Wickham

30 May 2010

A new government in Trinidad and Tobago doesn’t necessarily translate into a quick fisherie Read More

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