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    February 22

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Six murders over weekend

22 June 2010

PORT-OF-SPAIN - Six murders across the country over the weekend kept homicide officers busy, sending the murder toll to 250. Three women, one three months pregnant, were among the victims. Read More


Death crash

22 June 2010

PORT-OF-SPAIN – Blinding rain, slippery roads and speed spelt death for two men Sunday when their car slammed into a lightpole along the Uriah-Butler Highway near Price Plaza, Chaguanas. Read More

OECS key in whaling ban issue

22 June 2010

PORT-OF-SPAIN – Six Eastern Caribbean countries may well hold the key as to whether or not the International Whaling Commission (IWC) will overturn the 1986 global ban on commercial whaling and allow hunting in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary around Antarctica. Read More


Gladiators on the attack

22 June 2010

A YOUNG PROMISING calypsonian who promised to dethrone RPB is back, and a witty young singer/emcee has brought a refreshing breeze across the Stadium Road for Crop-Over 2010. Read More

St Michael school sixth form delayed

21 June 2010

THE ST MICHAEL SCHOOL principal Shelton Perkins has disclosed that the promised sixth form at the school will not be available for the start of the new school term in September as expected. Read More

'BSTU Ad won't do'

21 June 2010

MINISTER OF EDUCATION Ronald Jones is willing to meet with the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) on the contentious Alexandra School issue, but they must write him first. Read More

Call to extradite ex-head of Union Carbide

21 June 2010

NEW DELHI – Indian ministers called yesterday for the government to extradite the former head Read More


Too Smart!

21 June 2010

Everdene Smart became the winner of the first LIME Gospel Challenge, after giving an emotive rendition of Alabaster Box, Read More

Gonsalves: Put money in LIAT

21 June 2010

CASTRIES – St Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves is calling on fellow Caribbean leaders Read More


Flooded out

21 June 2010

BEIJING – Major rivers burst their banks in southern China, triggering massive floods that have killed 132 people Read More

'Digging deep' to plug leak

21 June 2010

ON THE GULF OF MEXICO – Drilling crews are grinding ever deeper to build the relief wells that are the best hope of stopping Read More


Celebrating families

21 June 2010

Senator Irene Sandiford-Garner (third from right) surrounded by family: Read More

Squatters rebuild homes

21 June 2010

PORT-OF-SPAIN – Hours after the State moved in on squatters at Cashew Gardens and demolished several illegally Read More


Dads treated on their day

21 June 2010

Fathers were the toast of the country yesterday, when around the island, various organisations and dining establishments offered special luncheons in their honour. Read More


UWI research may bring income

21 June 2010

The University of the West Indies (UWI) Cave Hill campus is seeking to use research as a way to generate income. Read More


Gospel Smart

21 June 2010

Everdene Smart’s Alabaster Box provided the anointing needed to make her the winner of the first LIME Gospel Challenge Read More

Agriculture focus at St Peter Festival

21 June 2010

THE ST PETER FESTIVAL will once again place major emphasis on agriculture. Read More


Nesting turtles turn heads

21 June 2010

DOZENS OF CURIOUS onlookers converged along the shoreline of the Hastings Rocks Beach off the boardwalk in Christ Church Read More


A blessing on dad's day

21 June 2010

Yesterday was special for young father Carlos Cox as he witnessed the baptism of his son Dorion at James Street Methodist Church. Read More

QEH talks on today

21 June 2010

MEDIATION TALKS are expected to be held at the Labour Department today in an effort to settle a running dispute at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Read More


Training for 1 800

21 June 2010

THE ST JOHN’S Ambulance Association is hoping to teach hundreds of Barbadians basic first aid skills which can be used in the aftermath of a disaster. Read More


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