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    February 18

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The Al Gilkes column – Wishing the PM well

16 May 2010

I TRY to keep as far as possible from politics and politicians whenever I sit down to write this column, but today I am making an exception following the unexpected news this weekend that Prime Minister David Thompson is not well. Read More

THE MOORE THINGS CHANGE: Goodbye, Test cricket

16 May 2010

That event is permanently etched in the inner recesses of my memory since February 6, 1954.  I was 13. Clyde Walcott came in after Frank Worrell and dug in Read More

Seen Up North – Tony and J light up night

16 May 2010

IT WAS A NIGHT of nostalgia when Wendy Alleyne headlined at a recent concert. Read More

Connell – a man for the people

16 May 2010

 As lawyer and politician, John Connell made waves. But the now retired legal luminary regards none of these as the hallmark of his life. Read More

Connell – a man for the people

16 May 2010

 As lawyer and politician, John Connell made waves. But the now retired legal luminary regards none of these as the hallmark of his life. Read More

Police discover election plot

16 May 2010

Lawmen raided a house in Carenageon Thursday night, where they recovered a deadly AK-47 rifle and T-shirts belonging to the New National Vision (NNV) political party led by Fuad Abu Bakr, the son of 1990 attempted coup leader Yasin Abu Bakr. Read More

Civil service accepts pay cut

16 May 2010

GEORGE TOWN – The Cayman Islands Civil Service Association has indicated it will not oppose government plans to cut workers’ salaries by 3.2 per cent starting in July. Read More

Comforted by God's power

16 May 2010

Today, Patricia Forde Hinkson, who was born in Trinidad to a Barbadian mother and Grenadian father, and who came to Barbados when she was 15 months old, has sought to change everything about her life – even her name to that of Faith. Read More

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Ex-thug on God's side

16 May 2010

BAD MAN, thug for life, Death Row, Out Law, Black Jesus and F...$ The World are tattooed Read More

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Picture this!

16 May 2010

Forty pieces of photography by young Barbadians, are now on display at the Barbados Museum after the National Geographic Photo Camp’s Exhibition was launched last Friday night. Read More

Jones: Step up, parents

16 May 2010

MINISTER of Education Ronald Jones is urging parents to step up to  the plate to confront  the menace the cellular phone fever is posing  to their children. Read More

Google to sell Nexus One offline, close Web store

16 May 2010

Google Inc. will close an online store that it set up to sell its Nexus One phone and rely on traditional retailers instead. Read More

Browne: It's up to govt

16 May 2010

 RESTORING CONFIDENCE in the market after the CLICO crash was Trinidad and Tobago’s key action  and responsibility. Read More

Key spill size issue: How much and does it matter?

16 May 2010

Just how much oil is spewing from the ruptured well in the Gulf of Mexico and how important is it to know that? Experts can’t agree on either question. Read More

Consulting firm: Exciting times ahead

16 May 2010

While the regulatory fallout for international business jurisdictions  has been viewed with trepidation by some since the global financial crisis, one international financial consultant thinks Barbados is in a good position to profit from coming changes. Read More

FIREARM CHECKS

15 May 2010

THOROUGH BACKGROUND CHECKS are a must before you can possibly get a firearm licence. Read More

T20 FINALE

15 May 2010

FOR THE second time in three years, the eyes and ears of the cricket world will be on Barbados and Kensington Oval. Read More

Obama rooting for LeBron

15 May 2010

WASHINGTON, DC – Include President Obama as another Chicago Bulls fan rooting for LeBron James to move to Chicago, Illinois. Read More

Jackson fires first Lakers salvo

15 May 2010

EL SEGUNDO, California – When the Los Angeles Lakers clinched a berth in the Western Conference finals on Monday, Lakers coach Phil Jackson had nothing but praise for his team’s upcoming opponents, the Phoenix Suns, saying that the Suns are playing their best basketball... Read More

Cavs shake-up looming

15 May 2010

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Cavaliers are keeping coach Mike Brown – for now.Team owner Dan Gilbert refuted a report on Friday that Brown had been fired. Read More

Aussie teen youngest to sail world

15 May 2010

SYDNEY – An Australian teen completed her around-the-world trek yesterday, becoming the youngest person to sail solo, non-stop and unassisted around the world after a seven-month journey. Read More

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