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A welcome word from Dr Lowe

After disappearing from the public spotlight since the start of June, it was pleasing to hear the Minister of the Environment and Drainage…

Festival lessons for the learning

With all the trouble that has been brewing in the Barbados Labour Party camp of late, some folks have been heard to say,…

Ms Mottley’s back against the wall?

Two recents statements by Prime Minister Freundel Stuart this past weekend are worthy of public record. The first was in reaction to Owen…

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Don’t expect Reverend Charles Morris to keep silent despite attempts by Government to discipline him for publicly speaking against the Freundel Stuart administration. In fact, as he waits…

Despite publicly heaping praise on former Barbados Labour Party (BLP) leader Owen Arthur, one of the party’s political hopefuls is making it clear that he’s committed to that…

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On God’s mission to Brazil

On God’s mission to Brazil

Many a football fan would have longed for or dreamt of a chance to travel to Brazil when the recent 2014 FIFA World Cup was being…

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Barbados U-15 girls ready

Barbadian female footballers are ready for the first ever Under-15 Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Associations Football (CONCACAF) competition scheduled to take place in the Cayman…

Five-wicket win for Barbados

Barbados Under-14s began their Cornwall leg of the England tour with a five-wicket win over Cornwall Under-14s on Monday. Playing at Paul Cricket Ground in Penzance in the…

Shane’s bronze

Shane’s bronze

GLASGOW – Shane Brathwaite won Barbados’ first medal at the 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, today, when he captured bronze in the 110m hurdles at the Hampden…

A head thing

It’s a head thing with Tino Best. That’s the opinion of West Indies fast-bowling legend and mentor of the St Lucia Zouks franchise Sir Andy Roberts and West…

Cadogan after Oba’s record

Cadogan after Oba’s record

Barbadian sprinter Levi Cadogan says he has every intention of breaking Obadele Thompson’s 100m record set by the 2000 Olympic bronze medalist back in 1994 in El Paso.…

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St Peter residents have their say

Some residents in the St Peter constituency represented by former prime minister Owen Arthur have mixed views about his decision to break away from the…

BLP discusses the way forward

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Caribbean leaders speak on Arthur’s resignation

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Master carver

Elated but surprised! This is how wood sculptor A. Ashanti Trotman has described his success in…

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‘Politics’ hurting Serenader

Despite feeling he was given a raw deal again this year, calypsonian Elenza Serenader Brewster says…


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