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Woman assisting police with child abuse probe

A 22-year-old St Michael woman is currently assisting police with investigations into recent social media postings showing a child being abused by a…

Fed up!

Fed up!

Give us a proper transportation service! This is the cry of residents of Fairy Valley, Christ Church, who said they were fed up…

IDB brings Barbados close to energy security

IDB brings Barbados close to energy security

Barbados is one step closer to energy security and the long promised upgrade and expansion of the natural gas infrastructure, having officially launched…

‘Bill coming to address discrimination in the workplace’

‘Bill coming to address discrimination in the workplace’

Unregulated business enterprises in Barbados will not be able to escape the legal dragnet of the Freundel Stuart administration, with the ushering in…

March merger

March merger

The planned merger of Barbados National Oil Company Limited (BNOCL) and the National Petroleum Corporation (NPC) is expected to be completed by the…

Toppin worried Hyatt could worsen sewage problem

Toppin worried Hyatt could worsen sewage problem

Government is being asked to disclose whether or not there will be an adequate sewerage system in place upon construction of the controversial…

Ministry asks BSTU for more time

Ministry asks BSTU for more time

After being issued with an ultimatum to meet with the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) by tomorrow to discuss the worrying rise in…

Killing stuns Belleview

Killing stuns Belleview

Some residents of Belleview, Waterford, St Michael are shocked and fearful after one of their own was murdered in the community late last…

‘Ungrateful Bees’

‘Ungrateful Bees’

The Opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) is dismissing as “so much garbage”, accusations that it disrespected former Prime Minister Owen Arthur during his…



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Last week’s indictment of 13 Russian nationals on charges of conspiring to defraud the United States and to interfere in its 2016 election campaign is cause for serious…

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Barbados Regiment Celebrates 70

Barbados Regiment Celebrates 70

Enlisted ranks and officers, plus retired members of the Barbados Regiment were yesterday joined by family members and other supporters, along with government officials led…

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Lion Tamers

Lion Tamers

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Spinners Jomel Warrican and Rahkeem Cornwall combined to bowl West Indies A to a stunning innings and 17 runs victory and an unbeatable 2-0 series…

Total control

Total control

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Jahmar Hamilton slammed his sixth first-class hundred, but Raymon Reifer fell agonisingly short of his second, as West Indies A moved into a dominant position…

St Giles are double conquerors

St Giles are double conquerors

City of Bridgetown Conquerors St Giles Primary retained double crown honours in the James Wedderburn Zone of the ongoing National Primary Schools Athletics Championship (NAPSAC) at the Usain…

Austin returning for Sol Rally

Austin returning for Sol Rally

Following a successful shakedown at the Snetterton Stage Rally in the east of England yesterday, Stuart Austin has confirmed that he will compete in Sol Rally Barbados for…

Statement – Ministry of Education addresses claims of misconduct at NAPSAC

Statement – Ministry of Education addresses claims of misconduct at NAPSAC

Officials from the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation met recently with the organisers of the National Primary Schools Athletic Championship (NAPSAC) to discuss allegations made on…

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‘Ungrateful Bees’

‘Ungrateful Bees’

The Opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) is dismissing as “so much garbage”, accusations that it disrespected former Prime Minister Owen Arthur during his farewell speech…

New parties driven by revenge, Mottley says

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Sewage scheme

‘DLP plot’

Social evolution

Owen the greatest

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Parkinson students advised to make bold strides

Parkinson students advised to make bold strides

As concern grows about the violence and other deviant behaviour among Barbados’ school population, one young…

Love – the wonder drug for health

We need men

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Breaking the poverty cycle

Breaking the poverty cycle

Minister of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Community Development Steven Blackett has reaffirmed his commitment to…

First time’s the charm

Marzville Giving It To The Fans