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December 3, 2016 - Opposition stages clean-up effort in St Thomas Opposition St Thomas Member of Parl ... +++ December 3, 2016 - Crane & Equipment Brereton lead police Crane & Equipment Brereton held ... +++ December 3, 2016 - More people suffering from kidney failure The Barbados Kidney Association (BK ... +++ December 3, 2016 - Police probe Tudor Street shooting Police are investigating a shooting ... +++ December 3, 2016 - Region lacks capacity to deal with severe weather, says climate change expert One climate change expert has said ... +++ December 3, 2016 - Senior citizens feted Senior citizens at the St Thomas, S ... +++
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Don’t rule out IMF, says senior economist

Barbados should not rule out turning to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for help in reversing the current economic woes facing the country,…

High ranking

High ranking

Barbados is among the top ten countries in the world when it comes to its high standard of education. Addressing the opening ceremony…

Homeless left stranded in the rain — Saffrey

Homeless left stranded in the rain — Saffrey

Complaining that a number of homeless Barbadians were left stranded during this week’s torrential downpour, President of the Barbados Homeless and Vagrants Society…

Flooded out

Flooded out

At a time when many Barbadians are crying out for insufficient water, a group of St Philip operators is desperate to get rid…

Son bullied

Son bullied

She has spent more than $15,000 in the past year on medical treatment for her son, a victim of bullying. And with seemingly…

Prince Harry departs

Prince Harry departs

Britain’s Prince Harry bade farewell to Barbados today, as his official three-day visit and the penultimate leg of his tour of the Caribbean came…

Skeete gets home for the holidays

Skeete gets home for the holidays

Christmas has come early for Felicia Skeete of Porey Spring, St Thomas, whose house suffered extensive damage when a tree fell on it…

Silent protest

Silent protest

The National Organisation of Women today staged a ‘silent’ protest against domestic violence at the Broad Street, Hastings, and Haggatt Hall branches of…

Well done, Barbados!

Well done, Barbados!

Jamaica has joined in congratulating Barbados on its achievement of 50 years of independence. During a 50th anniversary celebration hosted by the Honorary…



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It was one of the founding fathers of the United States, the scientist and inventor Benjamin Franklin who said honesty is the best policy. Franklin would have been…

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Editor extraordinaire

Editor extraordinaire

For 30 years, Harold Hoyte was at the helm of the Nation Newspaper as Editor-in-Chief. But since retiring ten years ago, his attention has shifted…

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Crane & Equipment Brereton lead police

Crane & Equipment Brereton held the advantage over Police, on the opening day of the Barbados Cricket Association’s Division 2 three-day final at the North Stars Ground, Crab…

World media salute great Barbados

World media salute great Barbados

Barbadians are truly a very proud people. And when it comes to the wonderful game of cricket, please don’t challenge them on its rich history of winning the…

Olive branch?

Olive branch?

The impasse between the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and Darren Bravo could be at an end. The problems began after Bravo was offered a ‘C’ contract by…

Burke making strides in US

Burke making strides in US

If one sophomore on the Cougar track and field team is able to get his already impressive 100m dash time down to 10 seconds flat by the time…

Bolt on IAAF, career

Bolt on IAAF, career

Usain Bolt has acknowledged the efforts by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) to reform itself in the wake of the scandal that has beset the sport…

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Taste of Thai at Accra

Taste of Thai at Accra

World-renowned Thai chef Mayuree Saipetch has brought her culinary skills to the shores of Barbados. Saipetch…

Art of Bartending

Children of the North romp in the South

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Fitting NIFCA salute to Barbados

Fitting NIFCA salute to Barbados

The 50th anniversary of Barbados’ Independence is exactly one week away from today. However, when the…

Food and Rum and success

Bajan Troubadours

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GUYANA – Airport collision

GUYANA – Airport collision

GEORGETOWN – A Caribbean Airlines aircraft that was involved in a collision, Tuesday, with Fly Jamaica…

JAMAICA – Gangsters using cigarette profits

Thousands attend massive service for former Cuban President

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Gambia elects new President

Gambia elects new President

BANJUL – Yahya Jammeh, The Gambia’s authoritarian president of 22 years, has suffered a surprise defeat…

Thailand’s crown prince assumes throne

IS claims Ohio university attack