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    January 18

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Building hope

15 July 2010

AN EXPECTED RESURGENCE in the construction industry over the next six months should help to ease the economy out of its slump. Read More

UK airlift woes hurting hotels

15 July 2010

Chairman of the Intimate Hotels of Barbados, Denis Tull, says the decline in the UK market has greatly affected properties within that group. Read More

T&T gas reserves dipping

15 July 2010

PORT-OF-SPAIN – A report on Trinidad and Tobago’s natural gas reserves indicates that the country now has ten years of gas left in its proven reserves. Read More


Saving strokes

15 July 2010

BOTH YOUNG AND old turned up at Browne’s Beach yesterday morning for the start of the 2010 Operation SOS: Save Our Selves programme. Read More


Three visitors drown in St Vincent

15 July 2010

KINGSTOWN, St Vincent – Tragedy struck at Trinity Falls last week Tuesday afternoon claiming the lives of three Czech Republic nationals visiting this country. Read More

Bank fully behind Pan In De City

15 July 2010

TOUGH ECONOMIC times have not stopped title sponsor RBTT/RBC from throwing its full support behind the sixth annual Pan In De City on Saturday. Read More

Facilities needed for sports tourism success

15 July 2010

MINISTER OF SPORTS Stephen Lashley says Barbados cannot seriously talk about sports tourism unless the necessary infrastructure is in place. Read More


BAM boss at a loss

15 July 2010

THERE will always be friction in any organisation, says president of the Barbados Association of Masqueraders (BAM), Roger Millar. Read More

US hands over Iraqi prisoners

15 July 2010

BAGHDAD – THE UNITED States this week handed over nearly 30 former members of Saddam Hussein’s inner circle, Read More

President Jagdeo sells property for US$600 000

15 July 2010

GEORGETOWN – President Bharrat Jagdeo has sold his Goedverwagting, East Coast Demerara property to Guyana’s honorary consul to Trinidad and Tobago, Read More


More dissidents arrive in Spain

15 July 2010

MADRID – As two more Cuban dissidents flew into Spain, the seven who preceded them rejoiced yesterday in their newfound freedom Read More

Confidence in Obama down

14 July 2010

WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama’s failure to jolt the US economy back to life has undermined his standing among already roiled American voters Read More



14 July 2010

French matador Sebastian Castella is gored by a Jandilla ranch fighting bull Read More

Integration a must, says Mia

14 July 2010

Regional integration is no longer an option for Caribbean states, but the only way the region will be able to secure and maintain economic and social development, Read More


Bridgetown Market takes shape

14 July 2010

Spring Garden will soon be transformed into a mini Kadooment marketplace. Read More


Tears flow for little Kevio

14 July 2010

Nothing could hold back the tears and wails of family and friends when the tiny body of Kevio Rivaldo Morris was laid to rest yesterday at the St Christopher Church of the Nazarene. Read More

France for ban on Islamic veil

14 July 2010

PARIS – France’s lower house of parliament overhwelmingly approved a ban on burqa-like Islamic veils yesterday, Read More



14 July 2010

There is a rift in the Barbados Associationof Masqueraders’ (BAM) camp. Read More

Youth advisors: Vybz, Mavado show a valuable loss

14 July 2010

THE ENTIRE VYBZ Kartel and Mavado issue was misunderstood, say two youth advisors, resulting in Barbados losing a valuable opportunity by cancelling the concert. Read More

Fisherfolk going with Eastmond

14 July 2010

Parliamentary Representative for St James North, Rawle Eastmond, has been named patron of the fisherfolk of Weston, St James. Read More


It's more room for the pan patrons

14 July 2010

THE POPULAR Brandons Beach will be a sea of bodies and pulsating pan rhythms this Sunday. Read More


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