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    April 21

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Waithe pushing for unity

20 July 2010

A TRIUMPHANT, yet sober Basil Waite emphasised "unity" as his No. 1 priority following a comfortable victory in Sunday’s delegate selection t Read More

Call to cap speed limit at 60kph

20 July 2010

The Barbados Road Safety Association (BRSA) is once again campaigning for a "blanket speed" of 60 kilometres per hour (kph) throughout Barbados. Read More

BP gets nod to keep cap on

20 July 2010

NEW ORLEANS – The federal government yesterday allowed BP to keep the cap shut tight on its ruptured Gulf of Mexico oil well for another day despite something seeping near the sea floor. Read More


Licks for teachers

20 July 2010

SOME TEACHERS are no longer providing the "pastoral" care of times past and are displaying the disrespect that is growing in Barbadian society. Read More

Brazil to France flight cancelled

19 July 2010

SAO PAULO – Air France says a Rio de Janeiro to Paris flight has been cancelled because of electronic problems. Read More


Off route

19 July 2010

Hurt by a downturn in tourism, ZM taxis are targeting bus routes and creating a financial nightmare for ZRs and minibuses. Read More


Jamaicans helping out Customs

19 July 2010

KINGSTON – Commissioner of Customs Danville Walker says ordinary Jamaicans are to be praised for the success his department Read More


Sea, sand and pan

19 July 2010

It was almost like Grand Kadooment day along the Spring Garden Highway, minus the bands, Read More


BUT hope

19 July 2010

MALE TEACHERS may soon be entitled to special paid leave when their spouses become pregnant. Read More

Arthur: Pickering a facade

19 July 2010

FORMER PRIME MINISTER OWEN ARTHUR says Government has not given Barbadians the full facts on its mooted billion-dollar Pickering Town Centre project in St Lucy. Read More



19 July 2010

BARBADOS MAY have seen the last of hangings. Read More

Crack down on illegal vehicles coming soon

19 July 2010

Government may soon be declaring war against an "epidemic" of illegal vehicles on the road. Read More


Soaking it up on the Hill

19 July 2010

No rain could stop the soca lovers at Farley Hill yesterday. Read More


BP cap holds

19 July 2010

NEW ORLEANS – The custom-built cap that finally cut off the oil flowing from BP’s broken well held steady yesterday, Read More

Sir Richard raps new sentences

19 July 2010

NOTED DEFENCE ATTORNEY Sir Richard Cheltenham doubts that the "sharply increased" sentencing regime in Barbados’ justice system has been effective. Read More

Clinton dedicated to rebuilding of Haiti

19 July 2010

NEW YORK – Former United States President Bill Clinton says he will dedicate the next three years of his life to helping rebuild Haiti after the devastating January 12 earthquake. Read More

Ex-prison boss: Bring back hanging

19 July 2010

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad – Former prisons commissioner Cipriani Baptiste, who witnessed the hangings of Dole Chadee and his gang of eight on June 4, Read More


Boeing 787 touches down

19 July 2010

FARNBOROUGH, England – Boeing Co.’s long-anticipated 787 jet touched down on British soil yesterday, Read More


The pied pannists

19 July 2010

The infectious beats and rhythm of LH Pan Groove from Trinidad caused the audience to form a line behind them, as they performed at Brandons Beach yesterday. Read More

'Poor health care' blamed for dengue

18 July 2010

PORT-OF-SPAIN – The failure  of local health care systems is mostly to blame for the annual rise of dengue cases, Read More


Bands gone Bajan

18 July 2010

With Grand Kadooment just weeks away, many Crop-Over bands are pushing the Bajan theme for that big August 2 jump-up day. Read More




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