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WOMAN KILLED

27 May 2010

AN APPARENT MURDER-SUICIDE attempt shook the small neighbourhood  of The Woods, The Ivy, St Michael, early yesterday. Read More

Shorter wait at A & E

27 May 2010

WAITING time for non-emergency cases in the Accident & Emergency Department (A&E) of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) has been reduced by nearly three hours, says chief executive officer Dexter James. Read More

DRUG CONCERN

27 May 2010

Former Chief Justice Sir David Simmons is concerned that crimes associated with drugs, firearms and burgulary continue to pose problems for Barbados. Read More

'Jamaica's violence nurtured'

26 May 2010

UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES Principal, Professor Sir Hilary Beckles, says what’s happening in Tivoli Gardens in West Kingston, Jamaica,  is a result of the state’s failure. He also said  the current violence had been nurtured. Read More

Faria is dead

26 May 2010

Norman Richard Faria, who passed away yesterday at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital following a brief illness, became a household name in recent years as he defended the interests of Guyanese in Barbados. Up to the time of his death, Faria, a Barbadian, was the Honorary... Read More

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$5 000 fine for cyclist's death

26 May 2010

THE PUBLIC SERVICE VEHICLE (PSV) driver, whose 198th conviction led to the death  of an elderly cyclist,  was fined $5 000 for dangerous driving  when he reappeared  in the No. 2 Supreme Court yesterday. Read More

Transport tools to aid shippers

26 May 2010

Barbadian information systems specialist David Weekes recently launched the Pandora Case and Brace Initiative at the Pinelands Creative Workshop headquarters. Read More

Keeping an eye out for Cuba

26 May 2010

BARBADIAN beneficiaries are so impressed with Cuba’s much-talked-about free eye surgery programme that they have decided to help it. Read More

Rapist gets time to find 6th lawyer

26 May 2010

CONVICTED serial rapist Venslow Orlando Small has fired another lawyer – his fifth. Read More

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Jones: Govt watching Jamaica

26 May 2010

Government is keeping a close watch on the Jamaica crisis, with  a view to ensuring  the safety of its students at the Mona Campus  of the University of the West Indies (UWI). Read More

Barbados brand 'good for business'

25 May 2010

BARBADOS as a business destination must set itself apart from other countries if it wants  a share of dwindling worldwide investment capital. Read More

Expert outlines STEPs to success in finance markets

25 May 2010

ALERT, WATCHFUL  AND PREPARED. These three words, said worldwide chairman of the Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners (STEP), Michael Young, described where the industry needed to be at  in wake of imminent change in the international financial markets Read More

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Salute to success stories

25 May 2010

It was a Salute to Excellence put on by One Caribbean Media (OCM) Limited and Starcom Network Inc. to reward five people – but it sang the praises of many others too. Read More

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Century of PAWI praise

25 May 2010

HUNDREDS of people raised their voices and hands in praise to God last Sunday at the Garfield Sobers Sports Complex as they joined in the 100th anniversary celebrations of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the West Indies (PAWI). Read More

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Kellman: St Lucy project will boost north

25 May 2010

THE massive housing development project targeted for St Lucy will revolutionise the parish and provide benefits  that will stretch down  to Speightstown. Read More

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Over to voters

24 May 2010

THE POLITICIANS and pollsters have had their say. Now, it’s the people’s turn. Read More

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Five honoured

24 May 2010

FIVE STALWARTS in the broadcast media were in the spotlight Read More

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Water, water everywhere

24 May 2010

Barbadians continue to appeal to the Barbados Water Authority Read More

Hillary coming

24 May 2010

UNITED STATES Secretary ofState Hillary Clintonis scheduled to visit Barbados early next month, Read More

Jamaica in crisis

24 May 2010

Masked men torched a police station and traded gunfire with security forces Read More

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Fun run for needy

24 May 2010

OVER 4 000 RUNNERS participated in this year’s Aunty Olga’s Ship Inn Fun Run. Read More

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