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Bagshot hotel sold

Bagshot hotel sold

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Jokers here, there, and everywhere

 History reveals that in one of his many letters to British diplomat Sir Horace Mann more than 200 years ago, English politician and…

Oh, for the remission of America’s sin

. . . It is not just a stand-off against a system of governance, nor is it just a stand-off against the surname…

Looking beyond Finance Minister’s Christmas stocking

Those who were expecting Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler to show up in the Parliament Building yesterday with a giant Christmas stocking slung…

Respect is ever due on holy ground

Almost daily, increasing acts of lawlessness leave us wondering whether the world has indeed gone mad. In fact, we are so bombarded by…

When all eyes are firmly fixed on Chris

We know he is not yet ready to reveal all he has in store in his proverbial black box, but still we cannot…

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The umbrella body for trade unions in Barbados has told the Freundel Stuart Administration it would not be part of any future Employment Rights Tribunal unless it is…

Minister of Commerce and Industry Donville Inniss has downplayed a reported rift between two of his colleagues –– Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler and Minister of Agriculture Dr…

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Estwick: I’m hanging by a string


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Globetrotting Konshens

Globetrotting Konshens

He is handsome, extremely talented, and one of the biggest dancehall artists in Jamaica. In fact, make that in the world . . . ,…

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COLUMN-Windies pain

With two days remaining in the opening match of the three-Test series between South Africa and West Indies at SuperSport Park in Centurion, it would be more than…

More female wrestlers needed

The Barbados Wrestling Association (BWA) wants to see more female athletes get involved in the sport as they look to host the first Caribbean grappling championship next year.…

On to Sol Rally

On to Sol Rally

Team Barbados duo Dane Skeete and Rhett Watson, fresh from their defeat of Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago in last weekend’s inaugural Race Of Champions (ROC), have confirmed…



CENTURION –– Barring two days of rain, or perhaps an overnight abandonment of this tour by the West Indies, South Africa appear certain to go one-up in their…

Cummins set to replace Roach

Miguel Cummins is set to get an early Christmas present. According to sources, the 24 year-old fast bowler is reportedly set to replace fellow Barbadian pacer Kemar Roach…

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Estwick explains no show for Sinckler’s ministerial statement

They have recently been at odds over funding for the proposed Barbados Cane Industry Restructuring Project. And yesterday outspoken Minister of Agriculture, Food, Fisheries and…

Mia: We are all still in the dark


Opposition walkout a good strategy, says Wickham

Boiling point

BLP extends olive branch after staging walkout