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    February 22

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18 May 2010

CONSUMERS GUARANTEE INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED (CGI) has pulled out of an agreement to purchase CLICO International General Insurance Limited (CGI), a subsidiary of CLICO Holdings Barbados Limited. Read More

Jamaica gov't to extradite Dudus

17 May 2010

The Prime Minister Bruce Golding has said sorry for the manner in which he has handled the Manatt affair. He has also confirmed that the justice minister, Dorothy Lightbourne, will sign the extradition request for West Kingston strongman Christopher 'Dudus' Coke. Read More


17 May 2010

CONSUMERS GUARANTEE INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED (CGI) will not be buying CLICO International General Insurance Limited (CIG) after all. Read More

Sir Harcourt honoured again

17 May 2010

The financial and public sectors have already bestowed accolades on Sir Harcourt Lewis,  but more praise was given when  the Bethel Methodist Church held  a thanksgiving service in his honour  on Saturday evening. Read More


17 May 2010

ARCHBISHOP Dr John Holder says it is important that  young people make the most  of the multimillion-dollar investment in their education. Read More

'Confusion rife'

17 May 2010

Far too many statutory corporations  in Barbados can’t get the job done because  of the Cabinet reshuffles and frequent changes  of board chairmen since 2008, says Opposition  Leader Mia Mottley. Read More

Central Bank salutes stalwarts

17 May 2010

In his opening remarks, Central Bank Governor  Dr DeLisle Worrell encouraged staffers to renew their commitment to making the bank a caring community that worked cooperatively  to attain the highest goal and standards. Read More

'No part in plot'

17 May 2010

Fuad Abu Bakr, Political Leader of the New National Vision (NNV) and son  of 1990 attempted coup leader Yasin Abu Bakr, has categorically denied any link between his party and five persons who were arrested after police unearthed a plot to disrupt the 2010 general election.... Read More


One for the books!

17 May 2010

Even before the start, it was clearly England’s day as West Indian fans, Sri Lankan fans, South African fans, Pakistani fans and everyone else who was not Australian, temporarily became part of the Barmy Army – sort of. Read More

FirstCaribbean backs UWI

17 May 2010

The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, has received US$1.2 million from FirstCaribbean International Bank to date and stands to benefit from a further US$375 000 over the next three years. Read More

Agonies of Golding and Manning

17 May 2010

THE POLITICAL agonies of the Prime Ministers of Jamaica (Bruce Golding) and Trinidad and Tobago (Patrick Manning) appear to be worsening Read More

Sir Garry's innings

17 May 2010

Fast bowling giant Reverend Wes Hall opened the night  in inimitable style, describing  Sir Garry as the Moses of West Indies cricket. Read More



17 May 2010

However, Yorke was so happy to gain two others  – one with Sir Garry and Sir Viv, and another with Sir Garry and Lara – that the affable sportsman added an additional $1 000 to the $3 000 he had offered for the photos. Read More

Cellphone, cancer link still unproven

17 May 2010

A major international study into the link between cellphone use and two types of brain cancer has proved inconclusive Read More

Thai gov't not easing up

17 May 2010

Thailand’s government insisted yesterday that a crackdown on Red Shirt protesters would continue despite their plea for United Nations-mediated talks Read More

Tsvangirai blames outsiders

17 May 2010

Zimbabwe’s prime minister said yesterday outsiders were stirring up trouble in his party at a delicate time in the country’s politics. Read More

Gay bishop consecrated

17 May 2010

The Episcopal Church has consecrated a woman as its second openly gay bishop Read More

Pupils get pep talk

17 May 2010

STUDENTS of the Alleyne School in St Andrew were given a pep talk by distinguished transplant surgeon Dr Velma Scantlebury-White last Friday . Read More

Helping hand for fire victim

17 May 2010

ALMOST one year ago Sandra Straker of Wildey,  St Michael lost everything she owned to fire leaving her and her children with just the clothes on their backs. Read More

Protect against ills of the internet

17 May 2010

Protecting children from the dark side of the Internet, says Prime Minister David Thompson, remains a priority for Barbados Read More

Centenarian celebrates with worship

17 May 2010

Murray also spoke of her grandmother’s love for basketball and how she often visited the YMCA to watch games, to the extent that she was even got  the Most Ardent Fan Award  in the 1980s. Read More


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