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EPA export thrust

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In praise of our Acting COP Griffith

Every society gets the kind of criminal it deserves. What is equally true is that every community gets the kind of law enforcement…

Oh, no more playing in this House, please!

All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players: they have their exits and their entrances; and one man…

Feeding ourselves into oblivion

As far back as 1974 an international commitment was made at a World Food Summit to eradicate food insecurity.  The nexus between a…

An ineffective law however you view it

Barbados is reviewing how it will treat its dormant death penalty law, even as authorities insist it will remain on the statute books.…

Shall we be led by this 5-year-old?

Ronald Jones had a blistering message for some social media users last week, and rightfully so. The flamboyant Minister of Education spared no…

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A 74-year-old man accused of indecently assaulting an eight-year-old girl walked out of the High Court today without the charge hanging over his head. Justice Olson Alleyne ruled that…

A politician who was accused of owing a member of his 2013 campaign team $9,500 has reportedly settled the debt. Nicholas Alleyne of Callender’s Crescent, Christ Church confirmed…

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Bajan cleared

Pay relief

Guyanese fails to pay big drug fine

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Grade A mum and student

Grade A mum and student

It is her dream to become a teacher one day. And while Sheldyne Ramsay, 49, is on her way to realizing that dream, she has…

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Young tyros

Today was one of busiest days for primary school athletes across the island this season. No fewer than ten schools took to the track and field from North…

Finals face-off

Defending champions Queen’s College will oppose Springer Memorial in the final of the National Sports Council’s WIBISCO-sponsored Girls Schools Basketball Tournament next Tuesday at the Wildey Gymnasium. Two…

High marker

Kraigg Brathwaite doesn’t feel any pressure to become a legend. But the West Indies opening batsman believes he has all of the necessary qualities to be a great…

Red House out front

Red House out front

Red House are in the lead with 461 points and are in poll position to capture their second consecutive title at West Terrace Primary School after their inter-house…

Yellow fever

Yellow fever

Yellow House are the new athletics champions at Bay Primary after winning yesterday’s inter-house sports at the National Stadium with 418 points. Last year Yellow House came last…

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Gregory Nicholls clears the air

A politician is seeking to clear his name following the publication of a newspaper report that he was being sued by a member of his…

From crisis to crisis

Youth group wants Carrington sacked

UWI uncertainty

What Cabinet reshuffle?

Constituency council cuts