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This curious babbling of the WICB

The West Indies Cricket Board –– similar to Shivnarine Chanderpaul –– is not getting any younger. But the babble emanating from the mouths…

Of genteel women and ‘scabbicals’

There was a time in Barbados –– and that was not so long ago –– when secondary school girls and young women carried…

We truly wish Guyana the best of luck!

Of the 15 countries that make up the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Guyana stands out as having tremendous but untapped development potential. The cooperative…

Keeping class wear where it duly belongs

Quite recently, our teachers have been in the news –– their merits and demerits; their position (on matters like the SBAs) against the…

Whodunnit? . . . And why? . . . And how?

 The tragic death of 12-year-old Shemar Patrick Weekes last Thursday, and the investigation into the circumstances of his demise have raised another issue,…

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Some magisterial appointments are reportedly expected in the near future. Barbados Today understands that Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant will be appointed to the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court No.2, Wanda Blair to…

An 18-year-old student received high praise from a Bridgetown magistrate when he reappeared in the Bridgetown Traffic Court yesterday. As a result of performing 240 hours of community…

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Shemar’s autopsy to be completed this weekend

Fisherman family relieved

St Joseph man charged with harassment

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4,500 plus in Chefette Fun Run

Over 4,500 supporters of the Chefette Fun Run came out on Sunday for the biggest charity event so far for the year. Every year, this…

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Draughts’ war of words

The war of words in draughts continues. Now, Junior “Post” Waldron is warning Jack Francis that the coming national tournament in June could be a day of reckoning…

Football tourney returns

The David Thompson Memorial Football Tournament is back. Minister of Social Care, Community Development and Constituency Empowerment, Steve Blackett, announced the return of the tournament which had been…

Canada aid for Bajan athletes

Barbadian athletes participating in the upcoming Pan Am Games in Toronto, Canada, in July and August, will benefit from an infusion of funds, thanks to the Barbados Ball…

Warner: I’m innocent

Warner: I’m innocent

  Jack Warner has plead his innocence after being embroiled in the FIFA corruption scandal. Authorities raided a Zurich hotel at dawn to arrest several top FIFA officials with…

All systems go for Sol Rally 2015

All systems go for Sol Rally 2015

The final running order for Sol Rally Barbados 2015 from May 29 to 31 published by the Barbados Rally Club (BRC) in advance of this evening’s briefing meeting…

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PM not worried about strike threats

PM not worried about strike threats

If there is one person who is not worried too much about the likelihood of a national strike or ongoing protests in various sectors, it…

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Abrahams: Blame CHIKV outbreak on Lowe

Tone it down, says Mottley

Small man faces abuse, says Marshall

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