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2014/04/18 14:42
2014/04/18 14:42
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The recently launched Sandals Barbados in Dover, Christ Church, has closed for major renovations. Sandals Resort International confirmed to the DAILY NATION yesterday via a Press release that the...
2014/04/18 14:42
2014/04/18 14:42
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2014/04/18 07:42
2014/04/18 07:42
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THE supermarket-type metal trolleys which fish vendors used for several years to carry fish have been completely removed from markets. The DAILY NATION was informed that over 100 trolleys were...
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2014/04/18 05:29
2014/04/18 05:29
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The International Criminal Court (ICC) has given the Kenyan government two weeks to produce evidence that it is working to make President Uhuru Kenyatta's financial records available to the...
2014/04/18 04:42
2014/04/18 04:42
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TIMES ARE TOUGH for the fishing community of Six Men’s, St Peter. Not only is money hard to come by in the current economic climate, but the fish have apparently all but abandoned the area as...
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2014/04/18 04:42
2014/04/18 04:42
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Controversial Anglican priestbReverend Charles Morris has apparently run afoul of his public service bosses. Morris, a teacher at Combermere School, confirmed this week that he had received a letter...
2014/04/17 05:31
2014/04/17 05:31
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Kenyan police have set up road blocks around Nairobi's South C estate and are checking cars and pedestrians entering and exiting the neighbourhood as police expanded their operations Tuesday (April...
2014/04/16 15:23
2014/04/16 15:23
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Tusker FC head coach Francis Kimanzi is not pressing the panic button after his side's despite his side's 4-2 loss to Sofapaka on...
2014/04/16 06:29
2014/04/16 06:29
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Forty-six Ethiopians were charged Monday (April 14th) in Kenyan courts with illegal residence after they were arrested during an ongoing security sweep, Kenya's Capital FM reported. Twenty-eight of...
2014/04/16 06:29
2014/04/16 06:29
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The Kenyan government is investigating 20 accounts in local and foreign banks that police suspect have been used to fund terrorist activities in the country, Kenya's DAILY NATION reported Monday...
2014/04/15 22:42
2014/04/15 22:42
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IN LIGHT OF soaring electricity bills, one alternative energy company has decided to offer “significant concessions” to the island’s churches. “Our plan really is to meet with the pastoral bodies so...
2014/04/15 04:42
2014/04/15 04:42
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IN A MOVE away from tradition, the late Archbishop Granville Williams will be buried within the precints of the Cathedral Church of Jerusalem at Ealing Grove. His eldest son, Dr Aaron Williams,...
2014/04/14 09:30
2014/04/14 09:30
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DAILY NATION | By AGGREY MUTAMBO | Traders in Nairobi's Eastleigh shopping centre say they have been forced to make do with slow business and fewer working hours because of the police crackdown on...
2014/04/14 04:43
2014/04/14 04:43
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PORTVALE FACTORY in St James remained silent yesterday following the breakdown of talks between the Barbados Agricultural Management Company (BAMC) and the Barbados Workers Union (BWU) to end a now...
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2014/04/12 18:30
2014/04/12 18:30
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Former Finance bank executive Simataa Simataa has dared businessman and Finance Bank chairman Rajan Mahtani to go ahead and take legal action but be ready to stand the heat of the exposure of his...
2014/04/11 07:30
2014/04/11 07:30
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The Kenyan government has formed a special anti-poaching unit to stop the killing of rhinos in Nakuru County, where six rhinos have been killed since the beginning of 2014, Kenya's DAILY NATION...
2014/04/10 04:43
2014/04/10 04:43
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TWO WEEKS after the Beautify Barbados project came to an end another is about to come on stream to “beautify” the highway from the Grantley Adams International Airport in Christ Church to St...
2014/04/10 04:43
2014/04/10 04:43
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Religious education isn’t being spared the dramatic fallout from Government’s fiscal axe. Codrington College, one of the Caribbean’s leading theological seminaries that trains Anglican priests,...
2014/04/10 04:43
2014/04/10 04:43
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WITH OVER $5 MILLION in Heineken and Piton beers being imported from St Lucia each year, now was the time for Barbadians to “make statements with their wallets,” executive director of the Barbados...
2014/04/10 04:29
2014/04/10 04:29
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LUSAKA lawyer Ludwig Sondashi has sued MMD vice president for politics Michael Kaingu for defamation of character. Dr Sondashi has also separately sued two private newspapers, the The Post and Daily...
2014/04/09 12:29
2014/04/09 12:29
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Nation Media Group's (NMG) website for DAILY NATION and Business daily have remained silent for the fourth day since Friday in what sources told CIO East Africa is a server problem. The websites...
2014/04/18 14:42
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