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Undone work on Greens houses

20 August 2010

OPPOSITION Leader Mia Mottley says some of the building work for National Housing Corporation (NHC) units at Greens, St George, is unacceptable. Read More


Jazz on the rise

20 August 2010

HER STRIKING face and slender figure have been jazzing up many a calendar and music video in recent months. Read More

GUEST COLUMN: Party loyalists

20 August 2010

My major mission today is to address this column to party loyalists and, through them, to all members of our political family.  I ask you once again to make every effort to attend this weekend’s Annual conference and to participate fully in its activities. Read More

T&T Govt going after debt owed

20 August 2010

PORT OF SPAIN – The Trinidad Government’s attempt to recover a multi-million-dollar debt owed by the Jamaat-al-Muslimeen is far from over, Special Prosecutor Dana Seetahal, SC, said. Read More


Top cop wants firm DUI laws

20 August 2010

It’s time for Barbados to finally get drunk-driving legislation in place says Inspector Leon Blades. Read More

PEP COLUMN: Onward, Caribbean soldiers!

20 August 2010

The recently concluded fifth Assembly Of Caribbean People (ACP) was a tremendous success, and has inspired new hope in the future of the Caribbean. Read More

Road safety a global concern

20 August 2010

The world is taking note of safety on the road. Read More

Onion shortage should end Monday

20 August 2010

An onion shortage which has vendors and householders crying out could be eased by Monday. Read More

Three men charged, one a soldier

20 August 2010

MANCHESTER, Jamaica – Police have charged three men for three different murders in the parish. Read More

Council for pest control

19 August 2010

The Christ Church East Central Constituency Council is seeking to implement a Comprehensive Environmental Health Assessment Programme aimed at controlling the Aedes aegypti mosquito and rodents within that constituency. Read More


Last US combat troops leave Iraq

19 August 2010

IRAQ-KUWAIT BORDER – The last United States combat troops crossed the border into Kuwait this morning, bringing to a close the active combat phase of a seven-year war that overthrew the dictatorial regime of Saddam Hussein. Read More


Time for serious driving laws!

19 August 2010

It’s time for Barbados to have drunk-driving legislation in place. Read More


Mottley tours Greens project

19 August 2010

Opposition Leader Mia Mottley went on a tour of the housing project at Greens, St George on Thurday and describes the work there as unacceptable. Read More

Court of Appeal Judge sworn in

19 August 2010

Law Professor Andrew Burgess is now a Court of Appeal judge. Read More


Record CAPE scholars

19 August 2010

A record number of 21 students have gained scholarships in this year’s CAPE examinations. Read More

NHC board backing Lashley all the way

19 August 2010

NINE OF TEN MEMBERS of the National Housing Corporation (NHC) board yesterday signalled their support for Minister of Housing and Lands Michael Lashley and his stewardship of that agency. Read More

Crime Stoppers' call

19 August 2010

Crime Stoppers Barbados is inviting the public to visit its booth at Sheraton Mall tomorrow from 4 p.m. Read More

Plan to curb drivers' cellphone use

19 August 2010

A ban on cellphone use while driving is one of the amendments being proposed for the Road Traffic Act. Read More

Return to talks!

19 August 2010

INDUSTRIAL ACTION remains suspended but the impasse between this country’s physicians and the board of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) is far from over. Read More


Lynch put out

19 August 2010

FORMER TOURISM MINISTER Noel Lynch was clean bowled by the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) Tuesday night. Read More

BLP 'upset'  over Govt's housing success

19 August 2010

THE Barbados Labour Party (BLP) could not get its housing programme into "second gear", despite having record levels of revenue during its three terms in office, said Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy. Read More


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