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    November 12

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'Make music boom year-long'

26 May 2010

THE ASSOCIATION of Music Entrepreneurs (AME) of Barbados is exploring ways to sustain the "liquidity burst" at Crop-Over on a year-round basis. Read More


Dudus still at large

26 May 2010

TIVOLI Gardens strongman Christopher 'Dudus' Coke is still at large despite a major security dragnet imposed on the volatile community of Tivoli Gardens during a two-day operation by the security forces. Read More


$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


OUT & ABOUT: Thrilling jazz at Braddies

26 May 2010

It was a jazzy Sunday recently when Rickey Aimey and Friends got together to serenade patrons of Braddies Bar  in Dover, Christ Church. Read More


The People have spoken

26 May 2010

IT’S SAID "a day in politics is a long time". And no-one in Trinidad and Tobago knows that better than former Prime Minister Patrick Manning. 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


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

Cops crash 'wedding'

26 May 2010

PESHAWAR, Pakistan - Police in northwestern Pakistan broke up an apparent wedding between a businessman and his transgender bride, saying yesterday they could face seven years in prison for violating laws against same-sex marriage in the devoutly Muslim country. The... Read More

Portia saddened by news of cops' deaths

25 May 2010

KINGSTON – The People’s National Party is expressing condolences to the families and co-workers of the two policemen who were killed during the upsurge of violence in the last 24 hours in Kingston and St Andrew, Jamaica. Read More


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


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


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


Golding: All-out assault on evil

25 May 2010

KINGSTON – Prime Minister Bruce Golding has given an assurance that the threats that have emerged against the safety of the Jamaican people will be driven back with strong and decisive action by the country’s security forces. Read More


Life goes on for Panday

25 May 2010

BASDEO PANDAY was not too concerned about not being a candidate in yesterday’s general election in Trinidad and Tobago. Read More


We will win!

25 May 2010

Manning was the more emphatic, stating that his ruling People’s National Movement (PNM) would capture "more than 21" seats. "We’re going to win. In fact, we are likely  to win quite handsomely," he said Read More



25 May 2010

Kamla Persad-Bissessar and  the opposition coalition People’s Partnership (PP) were last night romping to a massive victory in general elections held here yesterday. Read More



25 May 2010

KINGSTON – Jamaica’s security forces clashed  for a second day with masked gunmen allied with an alleged drug kingpin facing extradition to the United States, as fighting spread yesterday to more volatile slums around the capital. Read More


Over to voters

24 May 2010

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


Five honoured

24 May 2010

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


Water, water everywhere

24 May 2010

Barbadians continue to appeal to the Barbados Water Authority Read More


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