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A moral duty yet to defend our children

Chairman of the National Committee For Monitoring The Rights Of The Child, Faith Marshall-Harris, is “encouraged” by the statistics on child abuse presented…

Picture worthy of the Press and the police

Some years ago, former British parliamentary commissioner Elizabeth Filkin while investigating the relationship between the media and senior metropolitan police officers, pointed to…

It will take more than hope to stem crime

Recent revelations from the nation’s top cop of a 14 per cent spike in crime were not as shocking as they were disturbing.…

To academic freedom, or to bondage?

A common criticism levelled against the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI), in recent years, is that its…

On holding court outside the box . . .

A disturbing state of affairs that has reportedly been a problem for decades recently came to the fore in the magistrates’ courts once…

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Several Barbadians got the chance to attend the third and final Test match between England and the West Indies free of cost, thanks to Barbados Today. Senior reporters,…

Two women, who were nabbed by Customs officials while trying to bring drugs into the island hidden in appliances, are due to appear in court tomorrow. Lasonja Paulette…

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Bajans set for Taste contest

Bajans set for Taste contest

Barbados’ culinary team is ready to tantalize the tastebuds of the judges at this year’s Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association’s (CHTA) Taste Of The Caribbean…

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Mayweather wins

Mayweather wins

It was billed as the ‘fight of the century’. And in the end, Floyd Mayweather won the highly anticipated super fight, defeating Manny Pacquiao in the unanimous decision…

UPDATE – Test match evenly poised

UPDATE – Test match evenly poised

  On an enthralling day which saw 18 wickets falling, the third and final Test match between England and the West Indies is hanging in the balance at…

Marichal and Prescod are Heroes Day chess champions

Marichal and Prescod are Heroes Day chess champions

Arial Marichal of Venezuela and homeboy Bryan Prescod captured the Masters and Candidates divisions respectively when the annual Heroes Day Chess Festival ended today. Marichal overcame a tough…

UPDATE – Windies trail by 68 runs

UPDATE – Windies trail by 68 runs

West Indies resuming after tea on 139 for seven are all out for 189 to give England a first innings lead of 68 runs on the second day…

UPDATE – England in firm control at tea

UPDATE – England in firm control at tea

  Despite a fighting half-century from Jermaine Blackman, England are in complete control at tea on the second day of the third and final Test at Kensington Oval.…