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Don’t be fooled, Stuart warns Barbadians

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart today urged Barbadians not to be fooled, as he warned that the “new-found fellowship” between sections of the private…

PM speaks on current impasse; warns that there can be no blackmail of his Govt

PM speaks on current impasse; warns that there can be no blackmail of his Govt

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has denied all claims that his Government is indifferent to the demands of public officers for pay increases or…

All roads lead to Soca On The Hill

All roads lead to Soca On The Hill

Soca On The Hill is underway with hundreds of patrons attending and more flocking to Farley Hill eagerly waiting to enter the park.…

St James Parish Independence Committee hosts stairs challenge

St James Parish Independence Committee hosts stairs challenge

Residents and fitness enthusiasts in St James turned out in the numbers on Saturday to participate in the West Terrace Stairs Challenge hosted…

Cave Shepherd announces new opening time for Monday

Cave Shepherd announces new opening time for Monday

Cave Shepherd has joined a growing list of businesses which have been adjusting their opening hours for Monday, July 24, to give employees…

Late Spiritual Baptist Archbishop to be laid to rest on July 28

Late Spiritual Baptist Archbishop to be laid to rest on July 28

A thanksgiving service celebrating the life and work of the late Spiritual Baptist Leader Malcolm Babb will be held on Friday, July 28.…

We support the march – Carlton and Emerald City Supermarkets

We support the march – Carlton and Emerald City Supermarkets

Carlton and Emerald City Supermarkets have announced their full support for Monday’s march. “Carlton and Emerald City Supermarkets will close from 9 a.m.…

RC Church urges PM and unions to end impasse

RC Church urges PM and unions to end impasse

The Roman Catholic Church here has expressed its “deep” concern about the current impasse which is escalating with a march planned for Monday,…

Morris has crossed the line, says BSTU

Morris has crossed the line, says BSTU

The Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) has expressed its “absolute displeasure” with what it calls the recent unfair attack Robert Bobby Morris on…



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Not so long ago, Barbados was the envy of the Caribbean and the rest of the developing world for its Social Partnership which sprung out of the economic…

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Displays of Bajan patriotism

Displays of Bajan patriotism

Are Barbadians in the diaspora patriotic? In the Barbadian community in New York, one of the largest in the diaspora, there is a minority who…

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Memories of England 1966

Memories of England 1966

With as many as nine Barbadians in the West Indies 15-man Test squad for the series in England starting next month, memories of the same number of locals…

Farley takes chess league

Farley takes chess league

International master Terry Farley has hit the front of the second qualifier for the 2017 Digicel Barbados National Chess Championships after he defeated previous leader Kemp Lynch in…

Oberoi tipped for Derby glory

Oberoi tipped for Derby glory

The Robert Peirce trained Oberoi, winner of the Pinnacle Feeds Midsummer Classic on June 24, the second leg of the Barbados Triple Crown, goes into the Massy United…

Jacobs: Give these youngsters more time

Jacobs: Give these youngsters more time

Former West Indies wicketkeeper and vice-captain Ridley Jacobs is urging Caribbean fans to be patient with the West Indies team. “As it stands now we are not winning games like…

Reggae Boyz beat Canada 2-1

Reggae Boyz beat Canada 2-1

GLENDALE, Arizona – Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz stormed into the semi-finals of the CONCACAF Gold Cup for a second consecutive campaign when they beat Canada 2-1 in their quarter-final…

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The importance of accreditation

The most recent stop on my annual series of educational and refresher tours was the American…

53 trained for hospitality industry

US radio stations give Barbados major exposure

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Two new calypso queens crowned

Two new calypso queens crowned

Barbados has two junior calypso queens. Following two keenly contested finals at the Kensington Oval tonight,…

Ten to challenge Queen Aziza for calypso crown

And the finalists are. . .

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Jamaican among 123 arrested in ICE operation

Jamaican among 123 arrested in ICE operation

Federal officers with United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Enforcement Removal Operations (ERO) have…

Team T&T 16th at Global Robotics Challenge

ANTIGUA – High speed police chases end in crashes, escapes