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    November 18

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Jewish dancers stoned

24 June 2010

HANOVER – German police are investigating the stoning of a Jewish dance group trying to perform on the street in the city of Hanover. Read More



24 June 2010

West Indies cricketer, Sulieman Benn, known for his spin bowling and improving batting revealed another talent Wednesday evening - his dancing. Read More


Dudus Coke flown to US

24 June 2010

CHRISTOPHER "DUDUS" COKE was today whisked out of Jamaica heading for the United States hours after he waived his right to an extradition hearing. Read More


Lil Rick axed; Starcom keeping airwaves clean

24 June 2010

Popular entertainer Lil Rick, the "Hypa Dawg", has been axed by Starcom Network Inc. Read More

Judge: System grinding to a halt

24 June 2010

THE ISLAND’S HIGH COURTS are being "held to ransom" by accused and by some defence lawyers, a High Court judge said yesterday. Read More


Dudus' day in court

24 June 2010

KINGSON –  Forty-two hours after Jamaica’s most wanted fugitive was taken into custody by the police . . . Read More

Semi-finalists tour schools

24 June 2010

The National Cultural Foundation (NCF) hosted a campaign yesterday for the semi-finalists of the Junior Monarch competition in an attempt to raise awareness and gain support. Read More

VAT office tells tents officials: Let's talk

24 June 2010

THE VALUE ADDED TAX (VAT) office can’t cut the levies on CROP-OVER entertainment enterprises but it can make it easier for them to pay up. Read More

Leukaemia patient dies

24 June 2010

Fourteen-year-old Cannija Jarvis, who needed blood urgently, has died. Read More

African heartbeat out of competition

24 June 2010

JUDGING to select the 18 semi-finalists for this year’s 2010 Pic-O-De-Crop competition will not commence tonight as scheduled. Read More

Shrek and Friends at Ilaro Court

24 June 2010

POPULAR animation character Shrek will stage a live 90-minute show each day with his best friend Donkey, his love Princess Fiona, and a bevy of dancers on the grounds of Ilaro Court this weekend. Read More

Body washes ashore

24 June 2010

Police are investigating the death of a man whose body washed ashore at Miami Beach yesterday morning. Read More


Welches Primary has helping hands

24 June 2010

Agrofest spelling bee champion, Welches Primary School yesterday donated $500 to the Salvation Army for its Helping Hands For Haiti fund. Read More


Bringing colour to local fashion

24 June 2010

After disappearing from Barbados centuries ago, the indigo plant, whose leaves yield a violet-blue dye, is being reintroduced to Barbados. Read More


Ready for tent

23 June 2010

Catholic priest Father Clement Paul is ready to use the calypso stage as a pulpit this Crop-Over. Read More


Dudus to appear in court

23 June 2010

KINSTON, Jamaica – Christopher "Dudus" Coke is to appear in court at the Mobile Reserve, St Andrew Thursday under strict security at 10 a.m. Read More

Reverend Miller reports to police

23 June 2010

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Reverend Al Miller has turned himself in to the police. Read More

CL Financial's chairman quits

23 June 2010

PORT-OF-SPAIN – CL Financial has lost its top director. Read More

US cardinal visits eastern Cuba

23 June 2010

HAVANA – The president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is in eastern Cuba to consult with local Roman Catholic priests and pay a visit to the island’s patron saint. Read More

PM, police union head hold talks

23 June 2010

PORT-OF-SPAIN – Trinidad and Tobago Police Social and Welfare Association president Emrol Bruce met with Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar on Tuesday to discuss the fourth extension of the term of Acting Commissioner of Police James Philbert. Read More


Obama kicks out war general

23 June 2010

WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama ousted General Stanley McChrystal as the top United States commander in Afghanistan Wednesday . . . Read More


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