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City blues

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Mr Speaker, hell no from Mr Toppin

A history teacher with a love for literature and the English language walked one day into one of Barbados’ older secondary schools and,…

Mr Knight still bleeds in the street

We proffer that Barbados bears little resemblance to Philadelphia. Nor are the racial tensions that exist in Ferguson, Missouri, mirrored on these 166…

Some words of wisdom for our leaders

Barbados recently played host to a distinguished Caribbean-born, United States-based economist who has imparted some timely words of wisdom and warning that are…

In defence of our very own legacy

We cannot pat ourselves on the shoulder at having gone into Independence; having decolonized our politics. We cannot pat ourselves on the shoulders…

Stuart’s unkind words –– heard and surely felt

It is unfortunate that Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has attracted the ire of CLICO policyholders who, at this time, are more deserving of…

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Government may have to do some damage control to clear Barbados’ name in light of the controversy surrounding the Nigeria Delta Youth Empowerment Programme. Senator Sir Roy Trotman…

The National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) has not taken the contentious contract issue involving temporary tutors at the Barbados Community College (BCC) off the table. According to…

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Good investment by NIS, says Senator

Not true!

$100 million port upgrade by October

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Pluses from Sargassum

Pluses from Sargassum

As this month marks a year since the Sargassum seaweed has returned to the shores of Barbados and other Eastern Caribbean countries, a university professor…

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More action

More action

Highlights from today’s NAPSAC finals in pictorial review.  …

Class acts

Class acts

Williams Industries-sponsored West Terrace roared loudest today at the National Stadium to retain their boys’ title with 110 points while Charles F. Broome are the new queens of…

Bulls gore the Cavs

Bulls gore the Cavs

Burger King Clapham Bulls needed this win. Apparently, the Station Hill Cavaliers needed the services of Jason Smith even more. The Bulls took advantage of a listless Cavaliers…

Vieira returns to Bushy Park this weekend

Multiple Guyanese circuit racing champion Mark Vieira returns to race at Bushy Park Barbados this weekend, as two exciting new one-make motor racing championships are launched at the…

HC footballer gets scholarship

HC footballer gets scholarship

Seventeen-year-old Carl Hinkson, an upper sixth-form student at Harrison College, is the latest member of the Barbados Soccer Academy (BSA) to gain a football scholarship in the United…

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Could it be a ploy?

Could it be a ploy?

Two leading political scientists are questioning the timing of Prime Minister Freundel Stuart’s announcement that he intends to complete the process of decolonization with the…

PM: Barbados to become a republic

Labour minister blasted for handling of Employment Rights Tribunal

Not true!

Sutherland: Government mismanaging NIS funds

Cash flow problems to continue

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COLUMN – Benefits of that early PSA

Professor Richard Wassersug, 68, is a champion for early screening to detect cancer, because he has…

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