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More danger after dark

09 July 2010

Night drivers beware – most fatal accidents are occurring after dark. Read More


New Chefette coming

09 July 2010

Chefette’s 14th restaurant is scheduled to open its doors at Black Rock, St Michael before the end of this month. Read More


Juniors ready for battle on stage

09 July 2010

THE CANDY PRINCESS (Ric-Anne Brathwaite) will be the first onstage at the Scotiabank Junior Monarch Semi-Finals on Sunday at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre starting at 6 p.m. Read More

SWIMMING UPSTREAM: Brass Tacks, BWA, Crops, and MTW

09 July 2010

Negativity, stupidity, red tape, common sense and ignorance in pure Barbados style. The aforementioned adjectives are observations of pervasive descriptives within Barbados. Read More

Council projects under way

09 July 2010

The newly-formed Constituency Councils are developing a number of programmes and projects aimed at empowering all Barbadians. Read More


Five with bright futures

09 July 2010

The Nation Publishing Company LTd recently rewarded five students for their involvement in this year’s Yearbook Cover Competition. Read More


Victory tears

09 July 2010

Britain’s Mark Cavendish broke down in tears after winning the fifth stage of the Tour de France yesterday for his first victory in this year’s race. Read More


Fraser positive

09 July 2010

Jamaica’s Olympic and world 100 metres champion Shelly-Ann Fraser has tested positive for a prohibited substance. Read More

GUEST COLUMN: Let them choose

09 July 2010

WHEN I SAW the headline Send All To UWI, I literally backslapped the paper. The suggestion is for Scholarship awardees to study at another institution only if UWI does not have the right programme. Read More


Princess Di's items fetch £21M

09 July 2010

LONDON – A collection of paintings, antiques and assorted household items owed by the aristocratic family of the late Princess Diana sold for a total of £21.1 million pounds ($32 million) in London, Christie’s auctioneers said yesterday. Read More


Wanted: Ladies of song

09 July 2010

THE SEARCH is on for two undiscovered female singers for a compilation album. New production outfit Beat Inc. is looking for two singers who are 12 years and over from any genre to be on their debut project, which is due to be completed by year-end These woman will... Read More


Winner's row

09 July 2010

Winners of an essay competition at the Eden Lodge Primary School were recently presented with their prizes during morning assembly. Read More


Tivoli folk want probe into unrest

09 July 2010

KINGSTON – Tivoli Gardens residents, led by attorney Hannah Harris-Barrington, are seeking an international enquiry into May’s security incursion into the West Kingston community. The operation to apprehend former don and accused drug lord Christopher "Dudus" Coke... Read More


VAT discount may come

09 July 2010

BANDLEADERS AND TENT MANAGERS can get some much needed relief from Value Added Tax (VAT), but it will not be in time for Crop-Over 2010. Read More


A taste of everything

09 July 2010

Food, drinks, and even massages were on hand for patrons of the third Food and Beverage Expo at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre yesterday. Read More


Residents 'locked off'

09 July 2010

More than 25 households at Odessa McClean Road, My Lord’s Hill, St Michael have been without water for two days after the lone stand-pipe in the area was disconnected. Read More

NEW YORK NEW YORK: New deal for deportees

09 July 2010

THE DETAILS were sparse, but to law enforcement authorities in Barbados the words would have been like music to the ears. Read More

PEP COLUMN: A new management model

09 July 2010

THE QUEEN Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) is currently in the news for all the wrong reasons, and all of the controversy seems to centre on its board. Read More

THE LOWDOWN: The big picture

09 July 2010

Astute readers will have noticed of late that this writer seems loath to stick to his topics, instead jumping here and there into unrelated trivia. Read More

OUTSIDE THE PULPIT: Impressive youngster

09 July 2010

If someone had said to you that a young student would be delivering the feature address at a graduation function, what would be your reaction? Read More

OUR CARIBBEAN: PM Thompson, prayers and the message

09 July 2010

IRRESPECTIVE OF political affiliations, the people of this nation remain traumatised by the sad news, first publicly learnt on May 17, that Prime Minister David Thompson had fallen victim to a life-threatening ailment. Read More


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