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SEEN UP NORTH - More than just a leisure spot

13 June 2010

WITH MORE THAN 30 COUNTRIES all selling the same thing - sea, sand, sun and scenery -   Read More

THE MOORE THINGS CHANGE - Quarrelling colours

13 June 2010

AS A WOULD-BE ARTIST (my brother Roger succeeded), colour has always fascinated me. I remember one evening in 1979 Read More

JUST LIKE IT IS - Education and cricket

13 June 2010

LIKE ALL DIEHARD FANS, I follow West Indies cricket closely, through thick and thin. We rejoice when we win, a rarity these days, Read More

FLYING FISH & COU COU: The mouse that roared

12 June 2010

SOME ARE SAYING that the previous squeaks of a shadowy operative have now turned to roars because of naked politics. Accusers say the operative has had a close union with three political buzzers, and people from their neck of the woods were strategically placed at... Read More

MAVIS BECKLES: Not all stress in the 11-Plus

12 June 2010

I KNOW THIS TOPIC get beat 'bout a whole lot a'ready, and as a matter o' fact, it does get more and more blows evah single year when this time come around. But I gine tell ya something now, it does be really interesting listening tuh different people talk and air... Read More

PUDDING & SOUSE: Where have all the roses gone?

12 June 2010

THE BAD BEHAVIOUR of a certain hairdresser is making headlines in a close-knit neighbourhood where she lives. Everyone is wondering if she lost her boutique job because of her bad hygiene and malicious nature. Recently she has been causing a lot of confusion, first... Read More

SATURDAY CHILD: Mamma look a boo-boo

12 June 2010

by TONY DEYAL   I KNEW WHAT a "boo-boo" was long before I knew how to boo. I was a boy when Lord Melody sang his classic self-mocking calypso about ugliness, Mamma Look Ah Boo-boo Dey. Its chorus is perhaps the best known of all calypsos: "Mamma look ah boo-boo/Dey... Read More

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World Cup fever taking hold

11 June 2010

WHY ARE ITALY AND OTHERS heading for a collective nervous breakdown? Why has South Africa spent $4.6 billion - half of its annual budget - on a game? Read More

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Some tenants can be unfair to landlords

11 June 2010

I HAVE NOTICED on the Back Page of the SATURDAY SUN of May 29 that there will be a bill coming to control unreasonable landlords. Read More

NEW YORK NEW YORK – Tough for jobless Bajans

11 June 2010

"A VERY DIFFICULT job market."   Read More

EDITORIAL – Speed up the system

11 June 2010

THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM has been under the spotlight within the past week during the debate on the Penal System Reform Bill Read More

THE LOWDOWN - No udder love

11 June 2010

LAST WEEK I mentioned a visit from a USAID team. They were brought here by two sexy female officers from the Youth Entrepreneurship Scheme Read More

WHAT MATTERS MOST - Insolvent

11 June 2010

THE PROPOSED RECOMMENDATION of the Government-established Oversight Committee to put CLICO International Life Insurance Company Read More

MISSING - Taken by the sea

11 June 2010

CECIL BREWSTER was rescued at sea in 1992 after reportedly suffering a heart attack. But he may have tried his luck one too many times a year later, Read More

Decent, Loyal, Patriotic

11 June 2010

VERY EARLY ON MONDAY MORNING of this week  Read More

OUR CARIBBEAN - Marketing of America's new 'partnerships'

11 June 2010

SECRETARY OF STATE HILLARY CLINTON, who was scheduled to fly out from Grantley Adams International Airport last night, Read More

SWIMMING UPSTREAM - Politicians must be accountable

11 June 2010

POLITICIANS, prime ministers, representation and accountability were the topics of much discussion among my peers recently, therefore I will take the road less travelled.   Read More

BLP COLUMN - Job shearing at QEH

11 June 2010

It really has become a playground for the politicians. - Roslyn Smith, NUPW.   Read More

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IT MATTERS TO MARIA – A life of hell after jail

11 June 2010

WHEN DAVID WILLIAMS came out of prison in 2007, he knew life would have been difficult and that was why he did everything possible not to go back to jail.   Read More

CASE NOT CLOSED - Shot, killed on the job

11 June 2010

ANDERSON PHILLIPS WAS WELL LOVED in his community of Thyme Bottom, Christ Church. Read More

PEP COLUMN - Here comes   Dr Hilaire's long hop

11 June 2010

DR ERNEST HILAIRE, chief executive officer of the West Indies Cricket Board, has confirmed that the members of the West Indies cricket team Read More

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