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September 18, 2014 - ‘Barbados has future in film’ Barbados is looking to establish a ... +++ September 18, 2014 - All systems go for Open Local and visiting players are fine ... +++ September 18, 2014 - Ebola ‘not in the air’ The Ebola disease cannot be passed ... +++ September 18, 2014 - Concerns raised about fiscal adjustment programme With only about six months to go be ... +++ September 18, 2014 - Mothers want justice Two mothers, living in two differen ... +++ September 18, 2014 - ROAD FIX Government is now ready to take its ... +++ September 17, 2014 - Plea for Nigerians A Barbadian businesswoman has made ... +++ September 17, 2014 - Winning Windies BASSETERRE – West Indies Women to ... +++ September 17, 2014 - Not the facts Minister of Sports Stephen Lashley ... +++ September 17, 2014 - Falling apart A four-year legal dispute, and not ... +++ webdesign
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Let’s get to celebrating our seniors

You wouldn’t think this is Senior Citizens Month! Not with the lack of inspiring announcement of the dedicated celebratory time to our elderly,…

Self-esteem and skills to the core

It has become fashionable for politicians, commentators, and even some educators, to suggest ditching the pursuance of what they term academics in favour…

To be well or not to be is the call

We live in the age of wild –– and for some of us, whacky –– health claims. Joining the miracle diets of late…

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Barbados is looking to establish a Film and Digital Media Commission. This was revealed last night by Minister of Culture Stephen Lashley, at the launch of the Barbados…

A Barbadian businesswoman has made an impassioned plea for the country to accept the group of 90 Nigerian students who want to study at the Barbados Community College…

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No giving it all up

No giving it all up

Dr Elizabeth Mary-Rose Ferdinand’s 35 years of service to Barbados’ public health has contributed to phenomenal changes and improvements to the island’s overall medical management…

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All systems go for Open

Local and visiting players are fine-tuning their drives, chips and putts, getting ready to tee-off on Friday in the 2014 Massy United Insurance Barbados Open Golf championships. Today…

Winning Windies

BASSETERRE – West Indies Women took an unassailable 3-0 lead in their four match One-Day International series against New Zealand Women with a crushing eight-wicket victory at Warner…

Not the facts

Minister of Sports Stephen Lashley has dismissed recent media comments attributed to the president of the Barbados Hockey Federation, David Rouse, referring to them as “ill-advised and most unfortunate” and…

Help promote FIFA Fair Play Days

President of the Barbados Football Association (BFA), Randy Harris, is asking all involved in the upcoming FIFA World Unites Fair Play event scheduled to commence September 21 at…


CASTRIES – Left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn bowled a marathon 32 overs to snuff out Bangladesh’s resistance with his sixth five-wicket haul and ensured West Indies won their 500th…

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Dem not! swears Arthur

Last month’s decision by former Prime Minister Owen Arthur to quit the Opposition Barbados Labour Party has opened a whole new can of political worms,…

Backing Colin

Arthur not joining the Dems

‘We can win!’

No DLP St Peter candidate as yet

DLP cautioned

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Dr Sebi on a mission to bring healing remedies to Bim

He’s known as the doctor who has cured people of AIDS, diabetes, cancer, leukemia, multiple sclerosis…

Men, get checked early!

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From Harvest to Home

A bajan’s collector paradise

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Puffy: beyond the boundary

Puffy: beyond the boundary

Ever met a deejay who is down to earth, ridiculously fun-loving and sporty? No? Then meet…

Doing what he loves

Alex’s grand journey

A true all-rounder

Bajan artistes make Martha Stewart cut

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Minister backs weed debate

CASTRIES – Minister of Agriculture Moses Jn Baptiste is calling for a regional approach to marijuana…

Mass illness hits St Thomas school

Activist awaits PM response

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