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Souls’ll be saved but many lost   

 Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police Erwin Boyce has come in for some public criticism and a bit of ridicule for suggestions at a…

A great fire officer in a robust body

Ask the average Barbadian what dangers they imagine in the life of any of our firefighters, and they would paint you scenes of…

Legal incest vs society’s sure disgust

There is hardly anything nowadays that anyone can say to the public that will be guaranteed to shock. The relentlessly radical libertines among…

Our good health at what price?

The cynical might be moved to observe that the Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s chief executive officer Dr Dexter James is stuck in replay mode…

Wolves and sheep and white collars

Well, it came straight from the horse’s mouth –– so to speak. And, if one can bear with the mixed metaphors, we have…

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Moves are afoot to reposition the financially challenged Industry High School in St Philip as an educational institution catering specifically to children and adults with special needs. The…

The president of the Barbados Association of Retired Persons (BARP) is pleading with utility companies and other service providers to give pensioners a break if they can’t pay …

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Agriculturalist Keith Laurie passes away

WHAT A RELIEF!

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Fire chief says goodbye

Fire chief says goodbye

Chief Fire Officer Wilfred Marshall wore his uniform for the last time yesterday, as he bade an official farewell to the Barbados Fire Service where…

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Tough tour

Tough tour

West Indies have arrived in India for what should be a tough international series of One-Day Internationals and Tests. And manager Sir Richie Richardson has promised a much…

Call for more BFA referees

Call for more BFA referees

Manager for the referees department at the Barbados Football Association (BFA), Mark Forde, would like to see more of Barbadian referees getting appointments in Champions League Football. However,…

Progress made for Race of Champions

Progress made for Race of Champions

Work is on schedule for the Race Of Champions 2014 at Bushy Park on December 13 and 14. And chairman of Bushy Park Circuit Inc. (BPCI) Mark Maloney has stated…

Consolation

BANGALORE – Barbados Tridents bowed out of the Champions League Twenty20 Tournament in India with a six-wicket victory over the Northern Knights in a rain-reduced match at the…

Big triathlon on Sunday

Some of Barbados’ best triathlon athletes will have the opportunity to compete with those from around the region when the 25th Barbados National Triathlon Sprint And Olympic Races…

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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

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No DLP St Peter candidate as yet

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On avoiding Alzheimer’s

  Carla is proud of her 79-year-old mother, who singlehandedly managed a household of eight with…

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Dr Sebi on a mission to bring healing remedies to Bim

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