November, 2010

Rihanna tired of talking about Chris Brown

CTV, Canada: The 'Russian Roulette' hitmaker – who was assaulted by her then-boyfriend in February 2009 – thinks constant questions about the incident make her look "bitter, pitiful, spiteful and angry" and admits she gets annoyed when the subject is raised.

New baggage rules for Air Jamaica

Gleaner, Jamaica: As of tomorrow, passengers travelling on Air Jamaica will only be allowed 16lb (7kg) in hand luggage, while executive business-class travellers will see a reduction from three to two pieces.

Emera seeks full ownership of Barbados utility

Globe & Mail, Canada: It may not be a blockbuster Labrador hydroelectricity deal, but Emera Inc.'s offer to buy the remaining 62 per cent of Light & Power Holdings Ltd. it currently does not own is worthy of mention.

Tribute filled funeral service for Murray

Stabroek News, Guyana: Guyanese turned out yesterday first at Parliament Buildings and then at the St George's Cathedral to pay tribute to former deputy prime minister and PNCR-1G MP Winston Murray.

Its now Sir Branford

Nation News, Barbados: Veteran politician Senator?Branford?Mayhew?Taitt is the lone recipient of Barbados' top award, the Knight of St?Andrew (KA), in the 2010 Independence Day Honours List announced yesterday by Governor General?Sir Clifford Husbands.