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COU COU & FLYING FISH: If words could kill . . .

03 July 2010

WHAT DOES BROWN SUGAR, technocrats, governance and unkind words have in common? Everything! Read More


BRAZIL fans hurt

03 July 2010

SCORES OF BARBADIANS had long faces after their favoured Brazilian football team crashed out of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa yesterday afternoon. Read More

Preparations underway for soca battle

03 July 2010

THE NATIONAL CULTURAL FOUNDATION (NCF) is working with all the relevant players to ensure that Soca Royale comes of without a hitch. Read More

Bovelle's gold brings medal tally to six

03 July 2010

NICOLIAI BOVELLE was last night celebrating with a gold medal, one of six medals won by Barbadian athletes on the first day of the 2010 Central American and Caribbean Junior Track and Field Championships in the Dominican Republic. Read More

West Indies 'A' suffer at hands of India 'A'

03 July 2010

LEICESTER – West Indies ‘A’ were upstaged in the fourth match of the Tri-Nation Series yesterday when Cheteshwar Pujara scored 114 to set India ‘A’ up for a 53-run victory. Read More


Over to the fans

03 July 2010

THE WAIT is over and the rallying has begun. Read More

Hallway Feeds on track

03 July 2010

HORSE RACING in Barbados has been given a boost in more ways than one, with the involvement of one of the world’s leading feed manufacturers partnering with the Barbados Turf Club. Read More


Combermere do it again

03 July 2010

A SOLID all-round Man Of The Match performance by Roston Chase led Combermere to a comfortable seven-wicket victory over Queen’s College to seal the Barbados Cricket Association’s Under-19 Schools Championship in a one-sided final at the Brewery yesterday. Read More

PUDDING & SOUSE: It's all about who you know

03 July 2010

THE ATTITUDE of a certain woman, who is supposed to be facilitating employment for the Government service, has left a bitter taste in the mouths of the many unfortunate souls who have to interact with her. Read More

Spain ready to pull off a surprise

02 July 2010

JOHANNESBURG – Spain believe they are ready to make history at the World Cup by winning a quarter-final match for the first time. Read More

'Final' before the final

02 July 2010

CAPE TOWN – After all the trash talking between Germany and Argentina comes the World Cup quarter-final that has all the makings of a final. Read More

Dunga may quit as Brazil coach

02 July 2010

PORT ELIZABETH – Dunga has hinted he will not stay on as coach of the Brazilian national team following the elimination to the Netherlands in the quarter-finals of the World Cup. Read More

Nadal proves too much

02 July 2010

WIMBLEDON – Rafael Nadal took apart Andy Murray in straight sets to reach his fourth Wimbledon final and prolong Britain’s 74-year wait for a homegrown male champion. Read More

Poll on voting change

02 July 2010

LONDON – Britain will hold a public referendum next year on overhauling its voting system – a potentially radical change that could see the country frequently led by European-style coalition governments rather than by one strong party. Read More


Driving while blind?

02 July 2010

WASHINGTON – Getting behind the wheel has long been considered impossible for the blind. That could soon change. Read More

Driver guilty of trying to sell Ritz Hotel

02 July 2010

LONDON – An unemployed British truck driver has been convicted of trying to sell the world famous Ritz Hotel for £250 million (BDS$760 million) to a duped investor. Read More

Matter of life or death

02 July 2010

JOHANNESBURG – There’s no exaggeration in this tournament when players talk about a football match being a matter of life or death. Read More

Pakistanis blame America after deadly shrine attack

02 July 2010

ISLAMABAD – A twin suicide attack that killed 42 at Pakistan’s most popular Sufi shrine has angered and frustrated Pakistanis, with some saying that the solution to the country’s terror threat is a United States exit from Afghanistan. Read More

Toyota to recall 138 000 Lexus vehicles in US

02 July 2010

WASHINGTON – Toyota Motor Corp. said it intended to recall 138 000 Lexus vehicles in the United States to fix faulty engines in the latest quality problem to afflict the world’s No. 1 automaker. Read More



02 July 2010

Cuba’s President Raul Castro (left) and Elian Gonzalez attending an official event in Havana last week. Read More

Heads set for Caricom summit

02 July 2010

MONTEGO Bay, Jamaica – Ten Caribbean Community (CARICOM) heads of government will attend the annual CARICOM summit that begins here on Sunday, the Guyana-based CARICOM Secretariat has said. Read More


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