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    August 25

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More housing for St James South

19 June 2010

Middle income Barbadians in the St James South Constituency are soon to benefit from a number of projects set to start later this year. Read More


Traffic stoppers

19 June 2010

There was an extra twist to the usual morning rush hour traffic yesterday when several of the stunning contestants Read More

All set for youth forum launch

18 June 2010

The stage is set for the launch of the National Youth Forum tomorrow at the Sheraton Mall, Sargeants Village, Christ Church. Read More

Man to answer murder charge

18 June 2010

A 45-YEAR-OLD St Michael man, Carson Anthony Ismael is expected to appear in the District "A" Magistrates’ Court today on a murder charge. Read More


Sudden deaths rock Consett

18 June 2010

The quiet community of Consett Bay, St John, is in mourning after the death of two of its residents, just days apart. Read More


Afraid house will tumble

18 June 2010

MARVA WARD and her four children are living in fear in their still relatively new home at Coverly, Christ Church. Read More


Deadly tornadoes tear up Minnesota

18 June 2010

ALBERT LEA, Minnesota – An emergency official says a third death has been confirmed in a series of tornadoes that tore through Minnesota. Read More

Cheating wife sues over split

18 June 2010

TORONTO – A Toronto woman says the billing practices of Rogers Wireless Inc. led to her husband discovering her extramarital affair. Read More

Bungling burglar hit by own rock

18 June 2010

LONDON – He tried once, he tried again, he tried a third time – but each attempt to break the shop window rebounded on him. Read More


Princes on African tour

18 June 2010

Britain’s Princes William and Harry are on their first joint overseas tour in Africa, where they are highlighting the work of their charities. Read More

Pain in the pipes

18 June 2010

Residents in Corbin’s Road, Ashton Hall, St Peter are pleading for the third burst pipe in a month in their district to be fixed as soon as possible. Read More


CXC head: $14 million in savings last year

18 June 2010

Barbados and other Caribbean countries made a saving of more than $14 million in exam fees last year. Read More

Pickerings residents safe

18 June 2010

The 11 households at Pickerings, St Lucy have been given written assurances that they need not worry about a major development planned for their area. Read More

March for AIDS funding

18 June 2010

JOHANNESBURG – Thousands of South African protesters marched on the United States consulate yesterday to demand the United States increase its AIDS funding for Africa, weeks after United States officials said their biggest AIDS fund would not substantially rise. Read More


Wadadah plans to reach out

18 June 2010

MORE THAN JUST PARTYING! At 20 years old, the Wadadah Club plans to continue to show its mature side by partnering with several more community organisations to have "a meaningful impact" this Crop-Over season. Read More

Call to support regional farmers

18 June 2010

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Agriculture Minister Hilson Baptiste is calling on decision makers to provide the support to farmers so as to guarantee food and nutrition security in the Caribbean. Read More


18 June 2010

AN AFFIDAVIT before the Supreme Court, calling for judicial review of an internal disciplinary police matter, has accused Commissioner of Police Darwin Dottin of authorising unlawful recordings of telephone conversations (wiretapping). Read More


New students get first look

18 June 2010

FRESH FROM THEIR EFFORTS in the recent Common Entrance Examination, students from all across Barbados descended on the Alexandra School yesterday for their orientation. Read More

Guyana probes NY drug bust

18 June 2010

GEORGETOWN – The Guyana Police Force and the Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit (CANU) have launched an investigation into the 40-pound cocaine bust in New York which originated in Guyana and some suspects have been identified but no arrests have been made, sources said Wednesday.... Read More

A frist for Codrington School

18 June 2010

Codrington School in St John will shortly become the only school in the Caribbean to offer all three levels of the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum. Read More

Golding plunges in poll

18 June 2010

KINGSTON – Prime Minister Bruce Golding has registered his largest political plunge since taking office in September 2007. Read More


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