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As ‘terrible Tuesday’ draws near

Tomorrow is the official deadline given by the National Union of Public Workers for the state-run Barbados Investment and Development Corporation to rescind…

Are we spinning top in mud?

Is the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), as currently structured, still relevant to the development needs of the region in a rapidly changing world which…

When our CARICOM is in need of a march

Next week Barbados will roll out the red carpet for the leaders of the 15-nation Caribbean Community (CARICOM) for their 36th regular meeting.…

Hope burns eternal with our youth

Amid the frequent instances of police bulletins for young wanted men, the stupidly triumphant grins of youthful accused as they are marched to…

Mr Arthur’s red flag is noteworthy

Last Wednesday night, as the House of Assembly was in the final stages of debate on the 2015-2016 Financial Statement And Budgetary Proposals,…

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“There is already a problem with bad behaviour and unruly conduct and you are not helping your industry or your trade by being drunk while you are working.”…

Troy Omar Winston Pinder admitted in Bridgetown court today that he obstructed a police constable during the execution of his duties on Sunday. Pinder resides at #7 Hothersal…

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Two caught while trying to steal tyres

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Embracing the future

Former principal Jeff Broomes was not in attendance at Saturday’s graduation ceremony at the Alexandra School. However, as headboy Jherad Morris-Sealy and headgirl Keshanna Leacock…

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Out front

A 93rd minute goal by midfielder Carl Joseph broke the stalemate and gave Rendezvous a 3-2 victory over Solaris Pinelands as action in the Digicel-sponsored Barbados Football Association’s…

Misbah to join Tridents

Barbados Tridents have named Misbah-ul-Haq, Pakistan’s Test captain, as a replacement for Shoaib Malik for the remainder of the 2015 Caribbean Premier League. Though the PCB has not…

Barbados out of World Cup qualifiers

Barbados are out of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers. Football’s governing body FIFA today kicked Barbados out of the tournament after they fielded an ineligible player in their…

Historic showing for Barbados at swimming championships

Historic showing for Barbados at swimming championships

Barbados continued to rack up more medals at the Central American and Caribbean Amateur Swimming Confederation Championships being held at the Aquatic Centre. On yesterday’s penultimate night, the…

UPDATE – Tridents lose thriller

UPDATE – Tridents lose thriller

A bizarre non-call by the television umpire returned to haunt the Barbados Tridents as they were beaten by one run by the St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots in…

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We need to take better care of our athletes, says Lashley

This island’s Minister of Sport would like to see national athletes properly compensated for their outstanding contributions. In fact, Stephen Lashley believes that once a…

You don’t give to get, warns Inniss

Crossfire

Hold fast!

Forde worried over reports of corruption

Offside!

‘A bunch of lies!’

Port wasting money, charges Toppin

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COLUMN – Herbal remedy

Herbal medicines. They can be found in health stores, supermarkets, gyms, and even the vendors’ tray…

COLUMN – Eating what we grow

Barbadians represent in game fishing

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COLUMN – No stopping Walk Holy

The Christian community will again be represented in this year’s Crop Over Festival. For example, there…

Sargassum seaweed everywhere!

King Bubba coming to mash up

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Trinidad – Wayne to end hunger strike

PORT OF SPAIN – Environmental activist Dr Wayne Kublalsingh will end his hunger strike on Wednesday…

Trinidad – Inspector suspended

Guyana – Guyanese arrested after cocaine found in shrimp

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World – NBC fires Donald Trump over comments

American TV network NBC is cutting ties with Donald Trump over “recent derogatory statements” that the…

WORLD – Greek banks close

‘Liberating’ to resign as president, says Blatter