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    January 18

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Lashley hails Coverley project

25 July 2010

Minister of Housing and Lands Michael Lashley yesterday heralded the opening of Tamarind Villas in Coverley, Christ Church, calling it a new dimension in Government’s bid to provide affordable housing  Read More


BARP folk party hearty

25 July 2010

It was one big party on the grounds of Ilaro Court yesterday when hundreds of retirees gathered for the fourth annual Crop-Over Extravaganza celebration Read More


Flower power

25 July 2010

Some of Barbados’ most popular tourists attractions were on show yesterday when the Betty West Bajan Adventure band Read More

Hunt on for gunmen

25 July 2010

KINGSTON – Police were searching yesterday for a group of men they say killed four people and critically injured a fift Read More


Jordan new Editor-in-Chief

25 July 2010

Publisher and CEO of The Nation Publishing Co. Limited, Vivian-Anne Gittens, has announced the appointment of prominent Barbadian and Caribbean journalist Kaymar Jordan to the position of Editor-in-Chief of the Nation newspapers. Read More


Bounty Killer preaches peace

25 July 2010

KINGSTON – Classifying "shottas" as "waste sperm", the man tagged "Five Star General", Rodney "Bounty Killer" Pryce, Read More


Siblings reign in Junior Monarch competition

24 July 2010

SIBLINGS reigned Saturday night and created history in the Junior Monarch competition held at the National Stadium. Read More


Junior Kadooment

24 July 2010

Every colour in the rainbow graced the National Stadium as 12 bands crossed the stage to be judged Saturday afternoon for Junior Kadooment. Read More


Challenge for RPB Crown

24 July 2010

EARLY TODAY, nine hopeful calypsonians were placing themselves in primary position to challenge reigning calypso monarch Red Plastic Bag for his crown. Read More


9 for Pic-O-De-Crop Finals

24 July 2010

ALL STARS will be making headlines at the big show at Kensington Oval next Friday night. Read More


Health care 'too costly'

24 July 2010

HEALTH CARE is costly and, according to Minister of Health Donville Inniss, taxes will never be enough to cover this country’s huge medical bill. Read More


BAMP up to challenges

24 July 2010

THE BARBADOS ASSOCIATION OF MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS (BAMP) is moving to mobilise its membership. Read More


Lukewarm first half

24 July 2010

EIGHTEEN calypSonians; 18 songs. But as the curtain came down on the first half of the Banks/Lime Pic-O-De-Crop contest at the National Stadium last night, Read More


Rihanna takes on Vegas

24 July 2010

Barbadian singing star Rihanna continues to set the stage alight on her Last Girl On Earth tour across the United States. Read More


Sweet party

24 July 2010

High energy, high quality performances and intense competition for the entire day. Read More


Steady work on Bushy Park

24 July 2010

It was preparations royale on Thursday as workers continued to get Bushy Park ready for tomorrow’s Soca Royale. Read More

Soca Royale welcomed

24 July 2010

"A brilliant idea!"; "We welcome it!". Read More

'Breeding grounds' for AIDS

24 July 2010

VIENNA – The United Nations’ top investigator on torture and punishment warned yesterday that overcrowded prisons are breeding grounds for AIDS. Read More


Church girl turns nympho

24 July 2010

LONDON, England – Heather Howland looks at the floor as Andy, her husband of 15 years, tries to work out how many men she has had inappropriate relations with in the past two years. Read More

Women in calypso from start

24 July 2010

WE’VE LAUGHED at their stories, partied with them, heard of their physical attributes, scoffed, called them loose – the whole nine yards. Read More


Ri-Ri well Kemp

24 July 2010

Barbados’ singing sensation Rihanna is not only capturing world attention with her music and fashion, Read More


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