19 August 2005
A’Level results disappointing

A’Level results disappointing


A lack of focus may be one of the reasons for the disappointing pass rate of the 2005 Cambridge International A'Level results. In an interview with th...
Brewery plays part in students’ education

Brewery plays part in students’ education


Three students, Courtnae Bailey, Selwyn Simon, and Yonnick Samuel/Garraway have been given some assistance for their secondary school education. The y...
Students get boost from Teachers’ credit union

Students get boost from Teachers’ credit union


Two students who excelled in the 2005 Common Entrance Examinations have received five-year scholarships from the St.Vincent and the Grenadines Union o...
Mom Labbay 2 days away from century

Mom Labbay 2 days away from century


Dorcas Labbay was born August 21, 1905. Speaking to her at her home in Questelles last Wednesday, she looked forward to her 100th birthday next Sunday...
Goodluck drowns at Biabou beach

Goodluck drowns at Biabou beach


Kewaite Goodluck, will be buried at the Biabou Cemetery today, eight days after he lost his life at the Biabou beach.The 18-year-old former student of...
Chaka still recovering after close call with jet

Chaka still recovering after close call with jet


Just over two years ago Chaka Richards encountered a close brush with death when he was blown from a road north of the airstrip at the E.T Joshua Airp...
12 August 2005
Man charged over July attacks

Man charged over July attacks


A man has been charged in connection with the attempted July 21, London attacks and is due before Bow Street Magistrates' Court with nine others. Abd...
What’s in the PetroCaribe deal?

What’s in the PetroCaribe deal?


The question most people have been asking about the controversial PetroCaribe deal is what exactly is Venezuela offering the Caribbean in this most ge...
US Embassy warns of ID scam

US Embassy warns of ID scam


The U.S. Embassy and the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) are warning non-resident individuals in Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean who receive in...
CCJ sits through bomb scare

CCJ sits through bomb scare


PORT-OF-SPAIN – NOT EVEN a post-luncheon bomb scare was sufficient to thwart Monday's historic first sitting of the Caribbean Court of Justice (C...