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April 28, 2015 - Barrington Levy wants to see ganja legalized Jamaican reggae artist Barrington L ... +++ April 28, 2015 - Shooting – five injured in Silver Sands Five people are nursing injuries fo ... +++ April 28, 2015 - Going for gold Akitunde “Akim” Hall is excited ... +++ April 28, 2015 - No ‘yardfowl’ talk Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has ... +++ April 28, 2015 - Byer wants end to ‘culture of recklessness’ Minister of Labour, Dr Esther Byer, ... +++ April 28, 2015 - BRA reports a drop in tax returns assistance The number of residents seeking ass ... +++ April 28, 2015 - I am Bajan too “It is not a question of national ... +++ April 28, 2015 - NO CLUES With efforts on to rectify nagging ... +++ April 28, 2015 - Lawyers who owe should be banned There has been a new twist to the c ... +++ webdesign
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It will take more than hope to stem crime

Recent revelations from the nation’s top cop of a 14 per cent spike in crime were not as shocking as they were disturbing.…

To academic freedom, or to bondage?

A common criticism levelled against the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI), in recent years, is that its…

On holding court outside the box . . .

A disturbing state of affairs that has reportedly been a problem for decades recently came to the fore in the magistrates’ courts once…

Shall we punish our Mr Stuart with laughter?

It is said that Josef Stalin so detested the criticisms of Leon Trotsky, that in officially commissioned books he had Trotsky referred to…

Legal repute that’s worthy of defending

A good name is more desirable than great riches. –– Proverbs 22:1. A good reputation is the most precious asset a person or…

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There has been a new twist to the controversy surrounding the policy that lawyers should be banned from practising or not be heard by the courts unless they…

An unemployed St. Michael man appeared before the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court this morning on two charges. Samuel DaCosta Chandler, 26, of Beckwith Street, the City, denied robbing…

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Police probing Grazettes shooting

Murder accused remanded

Duo gets 36 months for drug trafficking

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Bajans set for Taste contest

Bajans set for Taste contest

Barbados’ culinary team is ready to tantalize the tastebuds of the judges at this year’s Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association’s (CHTA) Taste Of The Caribbean…

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Senior lessons

Senior lessons

While thousands might have been grooving to reggae at Farley Hill sports fans were treated to a thrilling contest between Chargers and Barbados Juniors in Barbados Volleyball Association’s…

Victory for HC and Combermere

Victory for HC and Combermere

A brilliant knock of 143 from Harrison College captain Hayden Hart and a four-wicket spell from fast bowler Joshua Griffith propelled them to a 198-runs victory over St…

NSC trounce Unity Stars

NSC trounce Unity Stars

There was no place at the Wildey, St Michael Astro Turf for the ESFC Unity Stars to hide from the National Sports Council over the weekend in the…

Combermere, Alleyne for final

The Alleyne School and Combermere will clash in the final of the 2015 Lee’s Bistro & Catering Services Keith Boyce Memorial Limited Overs Tournament tomorrow at 11.30 a.m.…

UPDATE – England win second Test by nine wickets

UPDATE – England win second Test by nine wickets

Unbeaten half-centuries from England captain Alastair Cook and Gary Ballance propelled the visitors to a convincing nine-wicket victory over the West Indies just minutes ago at the National…

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$10 million facelift for DLP headquarters

The Executive Council of the ruling Democratic Labour Party (DLP) has given the green light to construction of a new three-storey headquarters building at George…

Hinkson calls on Govt to explain welfare policy

Abed: Referendum needed

Leading businessmen say vote buying still a concern

Minister says country 49 years late in going republic

Viva Fidel!

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COLUMN – Neesha on high note in SVG

Barbadian Christian recording artist Neesha Woodz is now in St Vincent and the Grenadines to perform…

This Party to Wendell’s memory

Soca vet bloody ready!

Oh, walk with me for OTT!

Mavado seeking bajan family