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    July 18

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Woman not 'lashed, tortured'

17 September 2010

Tehran – Iranian state TV has aired footage of a woman, claiming to be the one sentenced to death by stoning, saying she has not been lashed or tortured. Read More


Mostly cheers for Pope

16 September 2010

Edinburgh – Pope Benedict has said he wants to "extend the hand of friendship" to the whole of Britain during his visit. Read More

Magnate Thani passes on

16 September 2010

Bridgetown lost one of its pioneering Indian businessmen last week, with the passing of Radhakishin Thani. Read More

St John constituents not giving up hope

16 September 2010

Residents in St John are not giving up hope on their MP and Prime Minister David Thompson who has pancreatic cancer. Read More


Castro and Skerritt talk

16 September 2010

HAVANA – Cuba’s President Raul Castro has held meetings with Dominica’s Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, who is on an official to Cuba. Read More


Thompson battling pancreatic cancer

16 September 2010

PRIME MINISTER DAVID THOMPSON is battling pancreatic cancer. But he is in good spirits and is due to return home next week. Read More

Three kids are killed

16 September 2010

ROSEAU, Dominica – Police arrested a young woman yesterday in connection with the early morning deaths of her two children, aged five and one. Read More


'It So Happen' coming to Hall

16 September 2010

To mark its 25th anniversary, the Frank Collymore Hall will host the production The It So Happen Suite, commemorating one of Barbados’ globally recognised cultural icons, Timothy Callender, on the 21st anniversary of his death. Read More


Pampalam counting de fine change

16 September 2010

Bajan theatre lovers are in for rollicking, side-splitting entertainment when the popular production Pampalam opens on Saturday, October 2 for eight nights at the Queen's College Hall. Read More


Full Press statement of PM's physician

16 September 2010

Fellow Barbadians. The Prime Minister, The Hon David Thompson has requested that I bring Barbadians up to date with his medical condition and explain to you what has transpired over the last several months. Read More


Let's pray, urges Mia

16 September 2010

UPDATE – OPPOSITION LEADER Mia Mottley has urged the country to continue to pray for ailing Prime Minister David Thompson. Read More


Trimart may sue

16 September 2010

SADDLED with more than $150 000 in damaged goods, Trimart may seek legal redress to "hold someone responsible" for failing to take care of its foodstuff. Read More


CLICO defends sale of EFPA product

16 September 2010

CLICO International Life Insurance Limited [CIL] yesterday said it operated above board with its Executive Flexible Premium Annuities [EFPAs] product, in the face of documented evidence that the Office of the Supervisor of Insurance was against the issuing of EFPAs... Read More


Bank eases clients in downturn

16 September 2010

Late payments and a slight rise in delinquency are among the problems Scotiabank is seeing when it lends to tourism-related businesses in the tough economic times. Read More

Master blaster of kaiso world

16 September 2010

ARROW’S biggest song – and in fact the biggest soca hit of all time – starts with the celebratory Spanish call: Olé. Read More


Pay debushing costs or lose lots

16 September 2010

UPDATE 12 MIDNIGHT: Landowners who refuse to pay Government for debushing their lots could end up losing them. Read More

Smoking bans ease asthmatics

16 September 2010

ATLANTA – New research shows that smoking bans spare many children with asthma from being hospitalised, a finding that suggests that smoke-free laws have even greater health benefits than previously believed. Read More


QEH to hear from patients

16 September 2010

Effective communication between patients and staff of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) has been identified as being of critical importance. Read More


Fire ruins Powlett's Place

16 September 2010

A fire of unknown origin left a family of five homeless and extensively damaged Powlett’s Place, a popular bar at Upper Carter’s Gap, Christ Church, yesterday. Read More

Tourism cuts 'could hurt island's image'

16 September 2010

UPDATE 12 MIDNIGHT – No cuts, please. Barbados’’ tourism industry has been told not to slash prices to get more business in these tough economic times. Read More

Accused lawyer in court today

15 September 2010

A female attorney-at-law is to appear in court this morning on a theft charge. Read More





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