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    September 18

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Cellphone, cancer link still unproven

17 May 2010

A major international study into the link between cellphone use and two types of brain cancer has proved inconclusive Read More

Thai gov't not easing up

17 May 2010

Thailand’s government insisted yesterday that a crackdown on Red Shirt protesters would continue despite their plea for United Nations-mediated talks Read More

Tsvangirai blames outsiders

17 May 2010

Zimbabwe’s prime minister said yesterday outsiders were stirring up trouble in his party at a delicate time in the country’s politics. Read More

Gay bishop consecrated

17 May 2010

The Episcopal Church has consecrated a woman as its second openly gay bishop Read More

ALTAR CALL: Submit yourself to the fire

17 May 2010

IT WAS A three-week crusade with  a difference. Read More

SILENT DOCTORS: Shedding light on yeast infections

17 May 2010

Additionally, when  a woman is challenged to stop for a moment to deal with a yeast infection, focus must be directed  on supporting, loving  and detoxing herself. Read More

WILD COOT: Well, is it a sin?

17 May 2010

I am sorry for anyone who is incarcerated for marrying two women. When I was young, doing so would have solved many problems. Read More

Need for a scientific study

17 May 2010

Charges that some Barbadian secondary schools have become virtual hotbeds of lesbianism and gangs triggered a robust debate among the general public Read More

BC's Barbados: 11-plus minus

17 May 2010

Question 20. Chris Gayle (struck) the ball over the pavilion. Another trick question: you can only strike the ball if you’re still in the tournament. Sorry, Chris. Read More

Pupils get pep talk

17 May 2010

STUDENTS of the Alleyne School in St Andrew were given a pep talk by distinguished transplant surgeon Dr Velma Scantlebury-White last Friday . Read More

Helping hand for fire victim

17 May 2010

ALMOST one year ago Sandra Straker of Wildey,  St Michael lost everything she owned to fire leaving her and her children with just the clothes on their backs. Read More

Protect against ills of the internet

17 May 2010

Protecting children from the dark side of the Internet, says Prime Minister David Thompson, remains a priority for Barbados Read More

Centenarian celebrates with worship

17 May 2010

Murray also spoke of her grandmother’s love for basketball and how she often visited the YMCA to watch games, to the extent that she was even got  the Most Ardent Fan Award  in the 1980s. Read More

Insurer: It's a strategic move

17 May 2010

British American Insurance Co. (Barbados) Ltd is urging its policyholders not to panic as it seeks a buyer for its operations. Read More

Swift by name and nature

17 May 2010

Sprint hurdler Greggmar Swift stunned the field to win the men’s 100 metres last Saturday night at the National Stadium during the staging of the 10th Austin Sealy Invitational Trac Classic. Read More

Simmons ends Pine slump

17 May 2010

SO MUCH FOR Ramon Simmons’ slump and any hopes Pinelands might fall into one. Read More

Collingwood praises his men

17 May 2010

A SPRINT among England teammates from the dug out to the middle to embrace captain Paul Collingwood told  the story. Read More

Forde misses out on medal

17 May 2010

Barbados’ top international cyclist, Barry Forde, did not medal in Friday’s sprint event at the 2010 Pan American Cycling Championships Read More

Gay breaks straight 200m record

17 May 2010

American sprinter Tyson Gay broke a 44-year-old world mark for the 200 meters on a straight track yesterday. Read More

Full disclosure needed

17 May 2010

As Prime Minister Bruce Golding ponders his next move  in the wake of the deepening Manatt, Phelps and Phillips scandal, two powerful private sector groups are now calling for him  to make full disclosure Read More

'Give us the truth'

17 May 2010

OUTSPOKEN Adventist pastor Lorenzo King Saturday demanded that Prime Minister Bruce Golding tell the nation the "full, . . . truth" Read More


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