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    July 23

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Veteran White House journalist retires

08 June 2010

WASHINGTON – Long-time Washington journalist Helen Thomas abruptly retired yesterday as a columnist for Hearst News Service following remarks she made about Israel that were denounced by the White House and her press corps colleagues.The 89-year-old Thomas, dean of... Read More

Mia after 'justice' for CLICO clients

08 June 2010

OPPOSITION LEADER MIA MOTTLEY says she will not rest until justice is done for Barbadian policyholders and depositors in the ongoing CLICO Holdings Barbados Limited saga.On Sunday night at St Christopher’s Primary School, she told a large crowd of supporters that if... Read More

Holetown flood woes soon at an end

08 June 2010

MEASURES TO STOP flooding in Holetown, St James, have been tried and tested, and high water rises in that town should be no more.This is the verdict of Paul Altman, developer of Limegrove Lifestyle Centre in Holetown, who told reporters yesterday: "We have had two similar... Read More

Fight crime by helping youth

07 June 2010

CHIEF PROBATION OFFICER, Dorita Lovell, wants communities across the island to help young people in an effort to fight crime, violence and gang-related activities.   Read More


Abrahams wins nomination

07 June 2010

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Wilfred Abrahams was last night nominated as the candidate for the Opposition Barbados Labour Party in the Christ Church East constituency.   Read More



07 June 2010

A UNITED STATES Congressman hopes Caribbean nations hard hit by the global financial crisis get economic opportunities as  Read More


FirstCaribbean   party on the go

07 June 2010

IT WAS ALL about mobile banking and partying in the car park of the FirstCaribbean International Bank (FCIB) Warrens headquarters, Read More

Lawyers: Reinstate top cop or else . . .

07 June 2010

CASTRIES - Lawyers for former police commissioner, Ausbert Regis, have told the St Lucia government to re-instate their client this week Read More

GAIA controllers have their say

07 June 2010

GOVERNMENT HAS STEPPED IN to bring "solutions and commitments" to the issues affecting air traffic controllers at the Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA). Read More


07 June 2010

REPORTS OF UNFAIR LAYOFFS and dismissals have been engaging the attention of the Ministry of Labour.   Read More


D-Day sacrifice remembered

07 June 2010

DIGNITARIES, MILITARY PERSONNEL and former soldiers turned out yesterday for the annual wreath-laying ceremony Read More


Dental care tips for infants

07 June 2010

THIRTY-SIX Grazettes Primary School Infants A pupils were recently shown how to effectively brush their teeth to avoid cavities.   Read More

Tivoli residents 'not paying electricity bills'

07 June 2010

KINGSTON - The West Kingston enclave of Tivoli Gardens and seven neighbouring communities are robbing the Jamaica Public Service Company Read More


QEH revamp

07 June 2010

SOME PROBLEM-HIT DEPARTMENTS at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) are in for a revamp.   Read More


Student gives art to QEH

07 June 2010

THE CHILDREN'S WARD of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital has been given a lift - compliments of a sixth form student of The Lodge School.   Read More


BP boss vows to clean up Gulf

07 June 2010

LONDON - BP PLC chief executive Tony Hayward said yesterday he won't step down over the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, Read More


Youth and experience

06 June 2010

Oh, for the sharing of ideas! Read More


Give tourists holiday 'to brag about'

06 June 2010

MODERN TOURISTS are not simply looking for sun, sea and sand.   Read More


Gruesome find in Tivoli Gardens

06 June 2010

KINGSTON - The gruesome discovery by security forces of shallow graves - one with the body of a person who was buried standing - Read More


Doctors healing for God

06 June 2010

THEY DIDN'T PERFORM ANY MIRACLES but a group of doctors, pastors and missionary workers from New York Read More


Buying plants at the fiesta

06 June 2010

The plants were a big hit among people who turned up at the vendors fiesta. Read More


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