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Hoyte stumped by shifts

01 October 2010

NATION Editor Emeritus Harold Hoyte says exactly why Prime Minister David Thompson shifted Senator Haynesley Benn from the Ministry of Agriculture is a mystery. Read More

PEP COLUMN: We support the Rally For Peace, Healing

01 October 2010

The People’s Empowerment Party (PEP) would like to use this weekly newspaper column to give support to the National Rally For Peace And Healing which is being held at 3 p.m. tomorrow at Jubilee Gardens in Bridgetown. Read More


PM's home post

01 October 2010

Prime Minister David Thompson, recuperating from his fight with pancreatic cancer has apparently decided to reside and conduct any buisness from his Mapps, St Philip home. Read More


Yin and Yaw

01 October 2010

LINUS YAW swaggered on to the stage at the Waterfront Café and when he strung his guitar around his neck, there was an excited hush from patrons. Read More


Not Arthur Smith today

01 October 2010

STUDENTS AND STAFF of the Arthur Smith Primary School were forced to leave the compound early yesterday "because of an environmental situation at the school". Read More

Williams Industries takes over NSR Limited

01 October 2010

Williams Industries is acquiring majority ownership in NSR Limited, which has been in receivership since June. Read More

Public smoking out from today

01 October 2010

Barbados’ clampdown on smoking in public places starts today, with Minister of Health Donville Inniss urging Bajans to comply with the new regulations. Read More

BCCI ready for Benn

01 October 2010

The Barbados Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) is prepared to work with Senator Haynesley Benn, even though he is the third Commerce minister in two years. Read More

Emergency declared

01 October 2010

QUITO – A state of emergency was declared in Ecuador after President Rafael Correa accused the opposition and security forces of a coup attempt. Read More

PM still in driver's seat with less workload

01 October 2010

Prime Minister David Thompson’s statement was significant for several reasons, not least of which was the fact that this was the first time that he was addressing the country in several months Read More

DLP COLUMN: Mia determined to do

01 October 2010

If there was any inkling of a doubt that Mia Mottley has what it takes to lead this country, it was totally dispelled by the depth and quality of her vision of a revitalised Barbados laid out for the members of the Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday. Read More

DLP COLUMN: Arthur and Mia at it . . . again

01 October 2010

You should allow me to begin by stating how very pleased I am to be able to share the same platform once again with Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham who until recently, like I do now, carried the title of Former Prime Minister. His presence fortifies my belief in the... Read More


Former British footballer at home in paradise

01 October 2010

Jonathan Bryant describes himself as "just an ordinary bloke living in paradise". Read More


Mia: Not much expected from ministers

30 September 2010

Prime Minister David Thompson’s reshuffle last night was described as "a lost opportunity" to bring new energy and talent into the Cabinet. Read More


PM shakes up cabinet in address to nation

30 September 2010

7:16 PM THURSDAY, SEPT. 30 – Fellow Barbadians, residents, friends and well wishers – I am honored to be spared this opportunity as your leader to renew our special relationship and update you on our partnership to build a better democracy and a better Barbados. I assure... Read More


By George, they're great!

30 September 2010

7:00 PM THURSDAY, SEPT. 30 – THE PEOPLE of St George last Saturday evening took to heart the charge that everything with breath should praise the Lord. Read More


Triple win

30 September 2010

 6:45 p.m. Thursday Sept 30, 2010 - TRIPLE WINNERS: Globe Finance, FedEx Express and Scotiabank are the winners in the small, medium and large categories respectively, of the inaugural Barbados’ Best Employers competition. Read More


Bakr charged with murder

30 September 2010

2:30 Thursday Sept. 30, 2010 - PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad - Leader of the Jamaat-al-Muslimeen Yasin Abu Bakr has been charged with murder.   Read More

UN a 'talk shop'

30 September 2010

UNITED NATIONS – St Vincent and the Grenadines has urged the United Nations to actively defend its role as the "global center of international governance and decision-making." Read More

Scattered thunderstorms, gusty winds expected tonight

30 September 2010

A broad area of disturbed weather associated with an approaching low level trough and a tropical wave is presently affecting the Eastern Caribbean. Read More


Protesting police throw Ecuador into chaos

30 September 2010

QUITO, Ecuador – Hundreds of police protesting a new law that cuts their benefits plunged this small South American nation into chaos on Thursday, shutting down airports and blocking highways in a nationwide strike left citizens and businesses vulnerable to crime. Read More





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