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The challenge of relevance for Dems at 60

The ruling Democratic Labour Party (DLP) concludes its annual conference this Sunday when president and political leader Prime Minister Freundel Stuart delivers the…

May the young be mindful ever of the old

May the young be mindful ever of the old

Listen to your father who begot you, and do not despise your mother when she is old. –– Proverbs 23:22. We can say…

Yes to COP’s words; no to circling wagons

Our research reveals that Acting Commissioner of Police Tyrone Griffith is no lightweight. Indeed, intelligence gathered is that the former Harrison College and…

Antigua takes bold lead on plastic bags

As we traverse daily the length and breadth of Barbados, how much do we observe our surroundings? For example, the state of the…

Will we see Mr Stuart off his high horse?

Of the many meanings of the word “high”, the one that most aptly describes Prime Minister Freundel Stuart is “great in rank, status,…

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Two men were caught with marijuana but one was fined and the other given community service when they went before the District ‘A’ Magistrates Court. Dave Adrian Ian…

A man accused of assaulting a station sergeant of police was granted $3,000 bail earlier today. When Darren Manningham Burgess, a 28-year-old conductor, went before Magistrate Douglas Frederick…

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Ramon breathes life into antiques

Vintage piece, antique, family heirloom –– whatever you want to call it! Some household items –– especially furniture –– often outstrip their monetary worth with…

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Respect cricket heritage, says Holder

Some of the current crop of West Indies cricketers are unaware of the rich cricketing heritage bequeathed to the region by such brilliant cricketers as the Three Ws,…

Summer Sun & Stars Rally tomorrow

Jamaica’s Jeffrey Panton (Ford Focus WRC06) is top seed for tomorrow’s Summer Sun & Stars Rally, heading an entry list of nearly 30 for the combined Barbados Rally…

Williams a winner

Williams a winner

Jamaica’s Danielle Williams won the world championship 100 metres hurdles gold as her more experienced rivals crumbled under pressure today in Beijing. She took the lead after the…

Open tees off

Open tees off

Elvis Medford and Carlsen Leacock emerged the early leaders after the first round of the 2015 Massy United Insurance Barbados Open at Royal Westmoreland today. The two Barbadian…

Blackbirds soar

Blackbirds soar

University of the West Indies (UWI) Blackbirds’ shooting guard Nikita President top scored with 17 points as they defeated Urban Vybz St John Sonics 53-30 in the No.…

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BLP warns NIS is not Government’s ATM

BLP warns NIS is not Government’s ATM

While opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) supports Government’s plans to borrow $76 million mainly to improve police accommodation, it has questioned the sourcing of the…

Just for show

Stuart pokes fun at opposition

Mia’s wrath


We’ll talk

Mr president?


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Let’s talk about sex and sexuality

Members of the disabled and gay communities will talk about sex and sexuality when they gather…

A love of God and good food

100 years of loving the Lord

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Bajans a hit at CARIFESTA

Bajans a hit at CARIFESTA

In a melting pot of diverse Caribbean culture, Barbados is fully on show as it shares…

Force feeds Geriatric Hospital

Young campers visit House

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TRINIDAD – Opposition leader predicts gloomy future

PORT OF SPAIN –– Painting a gloomy picture of the local energy sector, Opposition Leader Dr Keith…

JAMAICA – Cop suspected of committing suicide


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NEW YORK – Ashley Madison founder steps down

NEW YORK –– The founder and chief executive of the Ashley Madison infidelity dating website, Noel…

ALBANIA – About 500,000 marijuana plants destroyed

WASHINGTON – Loose nut causes $62.4 million accident