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March 31, 2015 - OVERHAUL Barbados’ juvenile correctional f ... +++ March 31, 2015 - New inspectors to combat praedial larceny Government is introducing a special ... +++ March 31, 2015 - Sugar restructuring will bring better season The delayed 2015 sugar harvest, whi ... +++ March 31, 2015 - Stuart says thanks Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has ... +++ March 31, 2015 - Jones urges teachers to rethink stand Minister of Education Ronald Jones ... +++ March 31, 2015 - Blame it on the drinks Sean Pierre Griffith believes it mi ... +++ March 31, 2015 - One route A proposal that Barbados set up its ... +++ March 31, 2015 - Sandiford-Garner trial continues In October 2011, when Constable Ray ... +++ March 31, 2015 - BL&P action in breach of law Barbados Light & Power’s (BL& ... +++ webdesign
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When our Govt becomes our problem

On more than one occasion this year, our Minister of Finance has had reason to warn that we are not yet out of…

A dark day in our politics

The standard of political debate in the Caribbean – indeed, the high standard of conduct which citizens rightly expect of persons elected to…

Mr Speaker, hell no from Mr Toppin

A history teacher with a love for literature and the English language walked one day into one of Barbados’ older secondary schools and,…

Mr Knight still bleeds in the street

We proffer that Barbados bears little resemblance to Philadelphia. Nor are the racial tensions that exist in Ferguson, Missouri, mirrored on these 166…

Some words of wisdom for our leaders

Barbados recently played host to a distinguished Caribbean-born, United States-based economist who has imparted some timely words of wisdom and warning that are…

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The delayed 2015 sugar harvest, which is finally scheduled to get underway on April 7, is expected to yield a reduced output but planting is taking place for…

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has lauded the assistance offered to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) by philanthropic people and the private sector. He recognized their contributions over the…

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Sandiford-Garner trial continues

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The IMF as catalyst

The IMF as catalyst

The following is an edited version of the Sir Archibald Need Memorial Lecture 2015, entitled Can The Prescriptions Of The IMF Solve The Economic Problems…

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Top of the track

Close racing, wheel-to-wheel action and ecstatic race-winners were all ingredients of yesterday’s launch of the Suzuki Challenge Series at Bushy Park, St Philip. The two new “one-make” Championships…

Barbados to host Golden Oldies Cricket Festival

Barbados to host Golden Oldies Cricket Festival

Barbados has won the bid to host the 2017 Golden Oldies World Cricket Festival, an international tournament for semi-professional and retired players. Local cricketing legends, Sir Garfield Sobers…

Squad named for series

Squad named for series

Barbados’ female footballers will get the opportunity to show off their skills when a combined clubs squad play a three-match series against the visiting St Catherine University from the…

Remembering ‘Syly’ Clarke

by Jon Hotten Steve Waugh could feel the will of his Somerset team-mates “disintegrating” a full week before it happened. By the time the players were getting changed…

Three more for Sol Rally

Regional champions Jeffrey Panton, who has won his home event Rally Jamaica a record eight times, John Powell, the four-time winner of Rally Trinidad, and Kyle Gregg, who…

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Could it be a ploy?

Could it be a ploy?

Two leading political scientists are questioning the timing of Prime Minister Freundel Stuart’s announcement that he intends to complete the process of decolonization with the…

PM: Barbados to become a republic

Labour minister blasted for handling of Employment Rights Tribunal

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Sutherland: Government mismanaging NIS funds

Cash flow problems to continue

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COLUMN – Beating diabetes

Barbados can beat diabetes; and that’s no myth. Our health practitioners, armed with research, have been…

COLUMN – Benefits of that early PSA

More cheer to Xavier

Choose to live well

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UWI double jump

UWI double jump

Students at the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) put down their…

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World – Too close to call

ABUJA –– Early results from Nigeria’s election show little separating the incumbent, President Goodluck Jonathan, and…

World – Co-pilot hid illness

World – Headquarters of Boko Haram taken over

World – Deliberate act

World – Very lucky get-well card