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Men of Steel, Rae of rapture

14 May 2010

REGGAE LEGENDS Steel Pulse had fans jamming until close to midnight at the 19th St Lucia Jazz Festival on Saturday night. Read More

Ne-Yo adds St. Lucia to number of things he loves

14 May 2010

GRAMMY AWARD-WINNING singer Ne-yo has been bitten by the jazz bug and is enchanted with the beauty of St Lucia. Read More

RIGHT OF CENTRE: Use social media to push tourism

14 May 2010

THERE ARE so many more things we could be doing that I doubt this publication has sufficient room to articulate, so I will try to focus on one small area. Read More

LEFT OF CENTRE:Need for enabling environment

14 May 2010

Whilst we acknowledge and laud Government’s backing for the sector through increased financial support to the Barbados Tourism Authority and price support for the industry that has been allocated to us through the Tourism Industry Relief Fund (TIRF), the raw fact is... Read More

THE ISSUE: Efforts to keep tourism afloat

14 May 2010

Tourism is this island’s highest performing sector but it is also one of the most vulnerable sectors in the Barbados economy. Read More

Monsanto gives Haiti $4 million in hybrid seeds

14 May 2010

U.S. agriculture giant Monsanto Co. is donating $4 million worth of seeds to Haiti, the biotechnology manufacturer’s first major foray into the chronically hungry nation. Read More

Nicaraguan workers deny conspiracy against Dole

14 May 2010

Several banana workers denied Friday they were part of a conspiracy to defraud Dole Foods Co. by falsely claiming in a damage lawsuit to have worked on a banana plantation and been made sterile by pesticides. Read More

Jobs made phone call seeking return of lost iPhone

14 May 2010

Brian Hogan’s world closed in fast almost as soon as he sold the next-generation iPhone he found in a Silicon Valley bar to a popular technology Web site for a stack of $100 bills Read More

Venezuelan gas rig sinks

14 May 2010

CARACAS – An offshore natural-gas platform sank off Venezuela yesterday, and 95 workers were rescued safely, the government said. Read More

Chappell- Pakistan lucky to be in semis

14 May 2010

FORMER AUSTRALIA captain Ian Chappell believes Pakistan are "fortunate" to reach the semi-final stage of the World Twenty20 Championships after a patchy performance in the tournament. Read More

Guilty of loving and trusting women

14 May 2010

MONICA WALCOTT  says her son Mark  is no child molester. "The only thing my son is guilty of is loving women and trusting them. He is  a decent, respectful person who never sees the bad  in anyone," she stated. Read More

Collingwood gives bowlers credit

14 May 2010

ENGLAND captain Paul Collingwood may be out of form with the bat Read More

Lee: Push up bus fares

14 May 2010

Increase public bus fares to $2! The Association of Public Transport Operators (APTO) made  this call to   Government yesterday. Read More

McGowan traces Rodney's roots

14 May 2010

Walter Rodney, killed in an explosion in June 1981 in his homeland, Guyana, has been described as a great revolutionary Caribbean intellectual. Read More

Skipper leads Aussies home

14 May 2010

CAPTAINS LEAD from the front, and Alex Blackwell did just that last night Read More

15 injured in Charles Rowe bridge smash-up

14 May 2010

Fifteen people were injured when a Transport Board bus collided with a car at the intersection of Charles Rowe Bridge and Salters Link Road, St George this morning. It is reported that the accident which occurred around 9:20 am, involved a Transport Board bus driven... Read More

Women believe they can

14 May 2010

THE BRIDESMAIDS  of West Indies cricket  will come to the forefront at the Beausejour  Cricket Ground today. Read More

Call for elevation in nursing level

14 May 2010

NURSES IN BARBADOS should be elevated to the level of "nurse practitioner", which would allow them to do a number of things they cannot do at this time. Read More

King George brings laughter on his birthday

14 May 2010

Barbados’ latest centenarian is Eric Blenman, who is proud to be called King George as he often boasts Read More

Coast Guard officer on bail

14 May 2010

AFTER ALMOST THREE months on remand, a Coast Guard officer accused of stealing a gun from the armoury was released on bail when he appeared in the Bridgetown Traffic Court yesterday. Read More


14 May 2010

CROP-OVER is here! With more than 70 songs already on the airwaves and the first Crop-Over lime on the official calendar for the National Cultural Foundation (NCF) kicking off today at McEnearney Quality, Wildey, the sights and sounds of Crop-Over are filling the air.... Read More


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