Gas prices at two gas stations rose this week-bring the cost of gas even closer to the$5 mark. The Ministry of Labour and Social Development, which has oversight of pirce control recently approved a price increase for gas at Esso and Texaco. Last week,t he
A man was shot five times about the body and once in the head early yesterday morning while he was still in his bed.
According to police reports, the victim-identified as 26-year-old Duran Rolle-was killed around 4 a.m. Tuesday.
His death brings the murder rate up to
Before sentencing former art teacher Andre Birbal to 35 years behind bars Tuesday for sexually molesting two of his male students, Justice Hartman Longley severely admonished the sex offender for scheming to carry out"a diabolical plot"to satisfy his sexual appetite.
"This is undoubtedly one of
WASHINGTON(AP)--Factory activity expanded in January at the fastest pace in nearly seven years, as America's manufacturers reported a sharp jump in new orders.
Still, builders spent less on projects in December, pushing annual construction spending down to a decade low. The Institute for Supply Management,
Mideast EgyptCAIRO(AP)--Egypt's economy suffered a fresh blow Tuesday after yet another credit agency lowered its ratings and its currency approached a five-year low with slim chance of a quick rebound amid surging street protests.
Estimates of the losses sustained during the week of unrest roiling
WASHINGTON(AP)--U.S. builders began work on fewer homes, shopping centers and other projects in 2010, pushing total building activity down to the lowest point in a decade.
Construction spending dropped 10.3 percent last year, marking the fifth annual decline, the Commerce Department said Tuesday. It fell
DUBLIN(AP)--Ireland's parliament was dissolved Tuesday for a long-awaited Feb. 25 election as Prime Minister Brian Cowen exited the political stage defending his management of the nation's plunge toward bankruptcy.
Cowen declared a formal end to his government two months after he was forced to negotiate
BOISE, Idaho(AP)--Federal securities regulators say court-ordered release of evidence involving a small would-be Idaho nuclear plant developer's activities strengthen their claims that its executives treated the company"as their own personal piggy bank."
Securities and Exchange Commission lawyers filed new documents in their case against Alternate