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  1. BLACK WOMAN RAPED AND TORTURED IN USA BY WHITES; FOR BEING BLACK

    My friend Betty Holford at CBC has once again sent a powerful contribution, it is horrendous, sad and incredible simultaneously! Before publishing I have verified this and you can too by exploring the links within the story. Here is the awful tale, which seems as bad or worse than the Jena 6 – This happened […]

    September 30, 2007Controversy, Crime, Featured, News7 comments
  2. UWI’s Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination plans to run apocryphal play on life of last surviving Nat’l Hero

    Performers are invited to an open audition for the casting of ?SOBIE? A play imagining the early cricket life of the Right Excellent Sir Garfield Sobers Auditions for the play, written by Hilary McD. Beckles will be held in The Rehearsal Room (upstairs the Administration Building) Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination, Cave Hill Campus […]

    September 30, 2007Cricket, EntertainmentNo comments
  3. SKN’s 2nd In Command’s support for Special Olympics earns Kudos

    The numerous supporters and well wishers of St Kitts‘ Special Olympics were thanked by Clarice Cotton, minutes before the local delegation jetted off to Shanghai, China on Wednesday for the Special Olympics World Summer Games. Digicel, the primary private sponsor, the Caines Foundation and the Ministry of Sports were among top contributors identified by Ms. […]

    September 30, 2007Sports, TravelNo comments
  4. Follow-Up: Sobers latest Missing Man; Negus Boyce turned himself in & a Missing Girl relocated

    Barbadians are asked to help locate Thelbert Elijah Sobers, 64 years of Crusher Site Road Prospect St. James. He was last seen at about 8:00 am on the 25th September 2007 at home by his nephew Ezra Sobers of the same address, and has not been seen since. DESCRIPTION Thelbert is 5 feet 6 inches […]

    September 30, 2007NewsNo comments
  5. COSCAP Forum on Intellectual Property – local and international experts share their experiences

    The Copyright Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers Incorporated (COSCAP) is pleased to inform you of the upcoming series of workshops, The COSCAP Forum on Intellectual Property. Over the past few years COSCAP has hosted a number of workshops primarily aimed at its members, educating them on various aspects of copyright and the music industry. […]

    September 29, 2007Entertainment, NewsNo comments
  6. UPDATE: BREAKING NEWS! Cariaccess silenced: C&W’s Main Opposer loses battle and succumbs to cancer in Barbados – Sadly True!

    ** U P D A T E ** I only now got the chance to update here and I did some digging – apart from 2 e-mails I got, Anthony’s death was announced in the print edition of Nation newspaper from Thursday 27th Sept 2007 where they asked in lieu of flowers if donations to […]

    September 28, 2007Controversy, Featured, News5 comments
  7. DIGICEL RISING STARS MOVES INTO HIGH GEAR THIS WEEKEND

    The Digicel Rising Stars competition moves into high gear this weekend when the first round of the final leg kicks off on Saturday, September 29 at The Party Stand, Harbour Road, St. Michael, at 6 p.m. Eight contestants from Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia and St. Vincent […]

    September 28, 2007Entertainment, MusicNo comments
  8. Classes for YOU: Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination needs your input (Shameless Plug)

    Dear Staff, Student, Alumni & Friend, The Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination is exploring the option of offering a number of exciting classes for your benefit but first we want to hear from you!!! If you are interested in any of the topics mentioned below, just drop us an email with the name of […]

    September 28, 2007Culture, EntertainmentNo comments
  9. THE HOPE SANCTUARY – BOOK SALE: 28 Sept 2007 (Shameless Plug)

    ?We are always looking for volunteers to help at the Book Sales? Donate your Time or Books, Magazines & Comics: (Fiction, Non-Fiction as well as Children’s Books? & MORE!) PLEASE CONTACT: Dominique Maraj: 428 4364 or via e-mail dmaraj@caribsurf.com For West Coast delivery or pick-up : Marilyn Weekes: 432-7560 Jennifer Weekes 432-1181

    September 28, 2007Books, NatureNo comments
  10. Blog Against Abuse/Bloggers Unite – Satan walks the earth as folk turn blind eye to animal inhumanity (REMINDER)

    It is becoming readily apparent now that this News Blog is seen as a very aggressive move for change in this country. I want it known because I disagree with a given situation, organisation or entity does not mean I am Islamic/Catholic/PEP/NDP/Atheist, I just want to see the right thing being done every time. I […]

    September 28, 2007Controversy, Crime, Featured, Nature, News2 comments
  11. ANOTHER MISSING GIRL – TEEN WHO SOUNDS GUYANESE (RBPF)

    Police are urging the the public to be on the lookout for a missing girl. Sasha Claire CAMBRIDGE, 15 yrs, of # 21, 1st Avenue East Terrace, Wildey, St. Michael left the home of her mother, Coretta Park, of the same address between 9.30 pm and 11.00 pm on Tuesday 25th September 2007 and has […]

    September 27, 2007NewsNo comments
  12. Virgin Atlantic’s Birdman 3 – can be confused with Gilbey’s or Coney Island’s July 4th contest

    It may have been sponsored by Virgin Atlantic, but this year’s Birdman could just as well have been sponsored by Gilbey’s Gin – Dive Right In! Few soarers, mostly bombers but all in the quest for 1,500 dollars spending money and 4 tickets to London on Virgin’s Premium Economy section! All kinds of characters participated, […]

    September 26, 2007Entertainment, Featured, News1 comment
  13. Grenadian Sailing Festival hosts a grand launch at popular Spice Isle eatery

    The view of the Carenage and historic St George’s provided a perfect backdrop for the launch of the Port Louis Grenada sailing festival. Over 200 persons from Grenada and the Caribbean joined the sailing festival team and new sponsors Port Louis Grenada at the Victory Bar, for a huge pre-event celebration. Among those enjoying the […]

    September 26, 2007TravelNo comments
  14. Antiguan Billionaire Offers Chance for ICC World Twenty20 Champions to kick Windies butt – with five million U$ incentives

    In an exciting addition to the already thrilling final to the ICC World Twenty20 Championship Sir Allen Stanford put out an offer of US $5 Million to the winner to come to the Caribbean and play the Stanford Super Star Team in 2008. Sir Allen extended the invitation along with the President of the WICB, […]

    September 25, 2007Cricket, SportsNo comments
  15. AMERICAN AMBASSADOR HAILS PEDIATRIC SERVICE AT KITTITIAN HOSPITAL

    The pediatric services at the Joseph N. France General Hospital came in for high praise by United States Ambassador to St. Kitts and Nevis – Mary Ourisman. The Ambassador, who visited the Federation to participate in the 24th Independence celebrations, toured the hospital along with the local Minister of Health Hon. Rupert Herbert and his […]

    September 25, 2007Health, NewsNo comments
  16. (UPDATE) Baby Barbadian Green Monkey for sale: SOLD! – As petitions continue for their preservation

    As Barbadians become more sensitive to animal rights, PETA and CARE are stepping up efforts to save the Green Monkey, they’re directing online petitions to the Tourism Ministry – this concern was pioneered by Miguel Drayton in his darkly humoured “From Barbados With Love“; and now one of these critters native to Barbados has been […]

    September 23, 2007Controversy, Featured, News7 comments
  17. Fiji-based Barbadian Entertainer launches debut album on new label

    Stock broker and clown? Two of the professions George Gill has done in his young span – Texas, Italy have known his footprints apart from Fiji and Australia… Now hailed up as Ital Bajan, he is a hit in Fiji as we have been covering for a while recently, well he has started a business […]

    September 23, 2007Featured, Music, NewsNo comments
  18. MINISTRY OF HEALTH?S FOGGING PROGRAMME CONTINUES – St. Michael, St. George, St. Joseph & St. James

    The Ministry of Health?s fogging programme will continue next week in the parishes of St. Michael, St. George, St. Joseph and St. James. On Monday, September 24, these St. Michael and St George districts will get fogged up – Neils Development, Salters Road, Price Road, Lower Estate Road, Lehman Belle Road, Harry Cox Road, Lower […]

    September 23, 2007Health, NewsNo comments
  19. Room with The View: ex-Caribbee set to blaze off this weekend

    After much ado, will it be something or nothing? You be the judge and send in your comments!

    September 21, 2007EntertainmentNo comments
  20. (U P D A T E #2) Foundation & Springer Memorial Students are found – But Police need to look at better descriptions

    Sade Millington of Foundation who was missing since AUGUST 30th is now back home (Yet Police did not say in the print edition of the Weekend Nation as to WHY she slipped the radar for so long?), more good news is Shanice Shepherd from Cave Hill was recovered and a lot faster – but I […]

    September 21, 2007NewsNo comments
  21. STADIUM CONSTRUCTION IN ST. KITTS & NEVIS CONTINUES APACE

    The construction process at the Bird Rock athletic stadium remains on schedule. That assurance was given by Project Manager Wycliffe Morton Jr. He was at the time updating Minister of State with responsibility for Sports Hon. Richard Skerritt during a site visit. Minister Skerritt was joined by other government officials as well as representatives of […]

    September 21, 2007SportsNo comments
  22. EXCLUSIVE ECONOMIC ZONE COURSE TO BE HELD IN BARBADOS ? IN ENGLISH AND SPANISH SIMULTANEOUSLY

    The UK Royal Navy is assisting the Caribbean in preparing its agencies to enforce the region’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). This will be done during a one-week course in Barbados from 23 to 29 September titled ‘Exclusive Economic Zone Management‘. The programme will be delivered by officers of the Royal Navy?s Maritime Warfare School from […]

    September 21, 2007BusinessNo comments
  23. HIT FOR SIX! DIRECTOR SHARING KNOWLEDGE WITH REGION

    The director and writer of Hit For Six!, the Caribbean film currently making the regional rounds, shared her knowledge at a film workshop recently. Alison Saunders-Franklyn was part of a team of film makers who hosted a workshop as a lead up to the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival 2007, and the workshop was entitled […]

    September 21, 2007Cinema, CricketNo comments
  24. CARIBBEAN AIRLINES TO OPERATE AND ADMINISTER AIRBRIDGE – PLEDGE NOT TO DO LIKE BWIA: Better Walk If Able

    Caribbean Airlines announced it’s acquired all the outstanding shares in Tobago Express and will be commencing operational management of the airbridge under its code from 1st October 2007. Under new management the airbridge will maintain the present schedule with the current fleet and the ongoing support of Caribbean Airlines? Boeing 737-800 aircraft at times of […]

    September 20, 2007Editorial, TravelNo comments
  25. Barbados Police looking for 19 year old Sniper? Teen male may have gone joyriding on his father’s motorcycle

    Kevin Peterson, 19 years, alias ?Sniper? of Britton’s Hill Main Rd, St Michael has not been since he left the home of his father Ricardo Peterson of the said address between 11:00 am and 10:00 pm on Sunday 16th September 2007. There is a strong possibility he could be in possession of a black Zongshan […]

    September 20, 2007Controversy, Crime, News1 comment