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Looking beyond an Ebola ban

It is a natural reaction, when facing a threat – real or perceived – for humans to fight for survival. We face the…

Of failings and our authorities

In days of yon, when democracy was alive and well in this gem of a land we affectionately call ‘Bim’, as a citizenry…

No use pointing fingers

Oh what a tangled web we weave! The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) is in a crisis of unimaginable proportions, even peril, after…

Must we now wait for Trinidad’s call?

The revelation made last week by Trinidad and Tobago’s Minister of National Security Gary Griffith that more than 7 000 Barbadians were living…

Again it’s the cricket that suffers

How complicated this summer game of flannelled fools has become. Cricket’s age of innocence has long passed. The big bucks escaped Headley, Weekes,…

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The international ratings agency Standard & Poor’s says while positive improvements are being made, Barbados’ fiscal adjustment programme has not gone far enough. Reacting to this week’s Central…

With Government and CLICO’s judicial manager said to be close to signing off on a firm agreement, they are being told to stop stalling and pay policyholders right…

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Never too young

Never too young

He stepped up to the church podium, the congregation of over 100 –– made up of Government officials, educators, teachers and peers –– looked up,…

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Sponsors on edge

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), reeling from the fallout from the team’s withdrawal from the tour of India, is facing fresh pressure from its worried commercial and…

Call on me

Call on me

Minister of Sports Stephen Lashley is anxious to see an urgent resolution of the crisis facing West Indies cricket and he’s prepared to help broker a deal if…

Garner unsure over his BCA future

Tribalism is firmly rooted in the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA), says its president Joel Garner. Breaking his silence on the saga surrounding the departure of former chief executive…

In the balance

The West Indies Cricket Board will know by next month what the region’s status in world cricket is. And that future could depend on whether the International Cricket…

Sexism a problem in football

Sexism appears to be hampering the further development of women’s football in the region. That was the suggestion today from Sonia Bien-Aime, executive committee member of both CONCACAF…

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Arthur to miss first sitting of Parliament

Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur is expected to miss out on the first sitting of Parliament tomorrow, following the summer recess. He is due to…

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Jordan promises effective representation

Jordan gets the nod

Motorcade cancelled

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Cuba the remedy?

  As Chikungunya and dengue cases continue to pile up in Barbados and the rest of…

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On avoiding Alzheimer’s

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Classical music festival in the works

A new music festival could soon be on the cards for Barbados. Efforts are underway to…

Renowned Indian singer to perform in Bim

Hailing icon Holt

Music for money

Mylon: No giving up

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JAMAICA-More terror in Bog Walk

KINGSTON – Gunmen have continued to wreak havoc in Bog Walk, St Catherine, killing three men,…

TRINIDAD-Not backing out

TRINIDAD-Ban stays

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CAYMAN-Waterspout spotted off runway