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    September 26

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Breadfruit fuh so!

19 September 2010

Rudolph Gibson, of Douglin’s Road, St James, got a big and welcome surprise after picking two breadfruit last Thursday afternoon. Read More


Still the dumping

19 September 2010

MIDNIGHT UPDATE – THE COUNTRY is getting cleaner – seemingly, but there are still too many illegal dump sites in the interior of the island. Read More


MP no longer fighting citizenship petition

18 September 2010

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Attorneys representing embattled Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) member of Parliament for North East St Ann, Shahine Robinson, filed a notice in the High Court on Friday indicating that they no longer intend to contest a petition challenging her citizenship... Read More


Out with Ahmadinejad

18 September 2010

Majid Saatchi (left) of Island Park, New York, demonstrating against Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s appearance at the United Nations (UN) General Assembly in New York. Read More

King unhurt, raps killing

18 September 2010

CASTRIES, St Lucia – Prime Minister Stephenson King on Friday condemned the killing of a 30-year-old man who came to his constituency office apparently seeking employment, telling citizens that the incident "brings to the fore the serious challenges we face as a country,... Read More

Best wishes from Caribbean leaders

18 September 2010

LAUDING his contribution to Barbados and the wider Caribbean, fellow regional leaders are wishing the best for Barbados’ ailing Prime Minister David Thompson. Read More

Jail move for George Michael

18 September 2010

LONDON – Jailed pop star George Michael has been transferred to a softer Category C prison. Read More

Acid attack a hoax

18 September 2010

VANCOUVER, Washington – The scars on her face were real, but her story about being splashed with acid was a horrific hoax. Read More


8 tonnes of waste collected islandwide

18 September 2010

7:00 P.M. SATURDAY SEPT 18 – Sailors from the Barbados Coast Guard "patrolling" the stretch of beach from Green Pond to Long Pond, St. Andrew. Read More


Focus on crime, fire fighting

18 September 2010

7:00 P.M. SATURDAY, SEPT. 18 – Firefighting techniques and fighting crime was the focus at the Neighbourhood Watch conference held earlier today at Accra Beach Hotel and Resorts. Read More


Easy Magazine in the Sunday Sun

18 September 2010

An easy read this Sunday. • Embracing the fabulous 40s Read More


Storm rips up NY boroughs

18 September 2010

NEW YORK – A brief but vicious storm that churned through New York City left a 14-mile path of destruction from Brooklyn to Queens, toppling trees, peeling away roofs and killing a woman in a car who had just swapped seats with her husband. Read More


Man guilty of having sex with corpse

18 September 2010

PETER ORLANDO AGARD is today a man of history. He has the dubious distinction of becoming the first person to be convicted in Barbados for having sexual intercourse with a corpse. Read More

CLICO clients to be repaid

18 September 2010

GEORGETOWN, Guyana – President Bharrat Jagdeo has told policyholders with the troubled Colonial Life Insurance Company (CLICO) Guyana that they would be repaid their investments after his administration had been able to secure the GUY$3.6 billion (US$14.7 million)... Read More

Lawyers' bras set off scanners

18 September 2010

HASSELT, Belgium – Angry female lawyers have complained that bored prison guards are forcing them to remove their bras by pretending that metal wiring and clasps in their underwear is setting off security scanners. Read More


Murrell new CTUSAB head

18 September 2010

VETERAN TRADE UNIONIST Cedric Murrell is the new president of the Congress of Trade Unions and Staff Associations of Barbados (CTUSAB). Read More


Ill wind

18 September 2010

STRONG WINDS and heavy rains destroyed one house and partially damaged the roofs of two others in St Philip yesterday. Meteorologist Clairmonte Williams said the bad weather was caused by "an area of showers and thunderstorms that was feeding into Hurricane Igor,... Read More

Accused killers plead not guilty

18 September 2010

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Two men, charged in connection with the murders of a young British honeymooning couple in 2008, have pleaded not guilty. Read More


Counting her way to the top

18 September 2010

AS QUIET as the proverbial church mouse, 21-year-old Lydia Graham often looks as if she’d prefer to melt into the walls rather than be seen. But despite her meek appearance, Lydia is quick to assure her audience that she has a temper and that you probably shouldn’t... Read More

234 000 old folks 'missing'

18 September 2010

TOKYO, Japan – Something’s fishy in Japan, and it’s not the sushi. A string of macabre discoveries of dead centenarians has prompted the Japanese government to recheck their numbers and, so far, the results are disturbing. Read More


A star is gone

18 September 2010

SHANA CHRISTINA GRIFFITH was many things – stylish; kind; compassionate, and most of all, unforgettable. A large crowd gathered at the Abundant Life Assembly, Bank Hall, St Michael, yesterday for Griffith’s funeral and subsequent interment at Coral Ridge cemetery.... Read More


Instead of an announcement via the Throne Speech, should Barbadians decide via referendum whether the country becomes a republic?