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    October 21

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Todd: Gov't for small businesses

11 June 2010

EDUCATION HAS BEEN SEEN as an investment priority of both Government and the private sector for several years, says Minister of State Patrick Todd. Read More

BP oil must pay up or else

11 June 2010

WASHINGTON - United States congressional leaders stepped up the pressure on oil giant BP to fully compensate economic victims of the Gulf spill Read More

Survival kit for students

11 June 2010

TWO GUIDANCE COUNSELLORS have launched an initiative to make the transition from primary school to secondary easier for students. Read More

Opposition putting women in power

11 June 2010

PORT-OF-SPAIN - Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley has placed two women in leading positions on the opposition benches in the Lower and Upper houses of Parliament. Read More


Guard at the top   of the gap

11 June 2010

MID-AFTERNOON on a weekday. A lone woman walks along Strathclyde Drive, heading towards Peterkin Road, Read More


Meet T and T PM, Kamla

11 June 2010

LEGENDARY CALYPSONIAN CRAZY, in one of his most popular songs a decade ago Read More

All lost to fire - again

11 June 2010

FOR THE FOURTH TIME, fire robbed Sheldeen Bishop of a home yesterday. Read More


US promises $600m in aid

11 June 2010

BARBADOS will benefit from a wide-ranging, Caribbean aid package of some US$300 million, United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced in the island yesterday.   Read More


Rains force Joe's River road to close

11 June 2010

MOTORISTS APPEARED UNAWARE of the closure of the temporary road at Joe's River in St Joseph.   Read More

Call for sharper eye on licence plates

11 June 2010

THREE CARS belonging to a local car rental company have been stolen in less than two months.   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

Owen hired

11 June 2010

FORMER PRIME MINISTER OWEN ARTHUR has landed a major job in Antigua.   Read More


McClean: Tell the world our success story

11 June 2010

BARBADOS has been encouraged to tell the story of the excellent infrastructure of its financial services to the world.   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

Caricom asks about Cuba

11 June 2010

CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY (CARICOM) governments are still waiting for the United States to soften its position on Cuba.   Read More


People's Cathedral pleased with results

10 June 2010

STUDENTS OF THE People's Cathedral Primary School are celebrating their exceptional performance in the 11-Plus examinations.   Read More


Clinton's in

10 June 2010

UNITED STATES Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton arrived in Barbados last night. Read More

'Too much'

10 June 2010

PRESIDENT of the Barbados Secondary Teachers' Union (BSTU) Mary Redman says the marks in mathematics  Read More

Portia: Don't   alienate the poor

10 June 2010

KINGSTON - Opposition Leader Portia Simpson Miller on Tuesday endorsed the government's efforts to unseat criminals and crush gangs, Read More


Mini beach house above board

10 June 2010

ALL of the proper site planning standards were adopted when permission was granted to build beachfront property on Enterprise Coast Road.   Read More


10 June 2010

THE NATIONAL UNION OF PUBLIC WORKERS (NUPW) has abandoned industrial action against the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), setting the stage for cordial talks over the next two days.   Read More


Do you think enough is being done for the 1500 workers that have been retrenched by Government?