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  2. Barbados - Wikipedia

    Barbados is situated in the Atlantic Ocean, east of the other West Indies Islands. Barbados is the easternmost island in the Lesser Antilles. It is 34 kilometres (21 miles) long and up to 23 km (14 mi) wide, covering an area of 432 km 2 (167 sq mi).

  3. Monarchy of Barbados - Wikipedia

    The Barbadian monarchy can trace its origins to Barbados' history as a colony first of England and then as part of the British Empire.Barbados was claimed under King James I of England in 1625, though not colonised until 1627, when, in the name of King Charles I, Governor Charles Wolferstone established the first settlement on the island.

  4. David Thompson (Barbadian politician) - Wikipedia

    The Daily Nation (Barbados) Newspaper (published 1 December 2016). Archived from the original on 13 December 2006 As Barbadians celebrated 40 years of political ...

  5. Grantley Adams International Airport - Wikipedia

    Airport Gets Passing Grade – 10 October 2006: Barbados Daily Nation News Paper; Browne, Stacia (30 May 2007). "Direct air link for Barbados and Brazil". Barbados Advocate. Archived from the original on 30 September 2007; Brandford, Albert (22 November 2007). "Big push to make airport Category 1". Nation Newspaper.

  6. Arturo Tappin - Wikipedia

    Arturo Tappin is a jazz/reggae saxophonist from Barbados.He performs predominantly the genre of smooth jazz, and has performed alongside personalities such as Roberta Flack, Monty Alexander, and on an album by Luther Vandross.

  7. List of newspapers in the United States - Wikipedia

    The Newport (RI) Daily News (Originally published as The Newport Mercury in 1758) Hartford Courant (1764, the oldest continuously published newspaper in the United States) The Register Star (Hudson, New York, 1785) Poughkeepsie Journal (1785) The Augusta Chronicle (1785) Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (July 1786) Daily Hampshire Gazette (September 1784)

  8. List of newspapers in Canada - Wikipedia

    Newspaper Prov. City/region Owner Circulation (weekly total, 2013) Frequency Language Notes National Post: Nat'l National Postmedia: 982,555 Tue–Sat

  9. Tony Cozier - Wikipedia

    He became the editor of the Barbados Daily News in 1961, where he worked with retired cricketer Everton Weekes, and covered the West Indies tour to England in 1963. He was subsequently the cricket correspondent of the Barbados Advocate, and in 1973 he helped to set up The Daily Nation newspaper.