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July 23, 2014 - Smith’s assault Dwayne Smith scored a commanding ce ... +++ July 23, 2014 - Housing appeal launched to assist three recent fire victims A $150,000 appeal has been launched ... +++ July 23, 2014 - ‘Barbados netballers fast, full of potential’ The athletic ability of young netba ... +++ July 23, 2014 - New ATM warning from police The Royal Barbados Police Force tod ... +++ July 23, 2014 - Grads told to follow Dr King The time is “ripe” for Governme ... +++ July 23, 2014 - CPL a catalyst for change The Caribbean Premier League can be ... +++ July 23, 2014 - Marshall wants new law Opposition MP Dale Marshall is sugg ... +++ July 23, 2014 - BLP to deal with Kerrie privately Any disciplinary action that may be ... +++ July 23, 2014 - Not me and that! Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur h ... +++ July 23, 2014 - Down the drain Minister of Finance and Economic Af ... +++ webdesign
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Marshall wants new law

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Time to take action, Mr Minister

Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s. –– Mark 12:17.   Margaret Sivers and…

When the silence is not golden

Defiant action is gaining momentum in the quiet, rural parish of St John, as the future of one of its historic landmarks languishes…

To repeal or not to repeal

“If it is me alone, I shall walk!”   With this bold declaration Opposition Leader Mia Mottley is already lacing up her marching…

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A $150,000 appeal has been launched to rebuild the three uninsured houses which were destroyed by fire at Richmond Gap, St Michael on July 9. In making the…

Any disciplinary action that may be taken against St James Central MP Kerrie Symmonds will take place within the confines of the Barbados Labour Party’s (BLP) Roebuck Street…

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Not me and that!

Seven confirmed cases of Chikungunya

Bikers apologise to police

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‘Strong’ Saniyah!

‘Strong’ Saniyah!

Natalie Ollivierre endures many sleepless nights, as she stays up listening to her four-year-old daughter Saniyah’s heartbeat. She spends many hours adoring her gift from…

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Smith’s assault

Dwayne Smith scored a commanding century for the Barbados Tridents against the St Lucia Zouks in the first match of the Barbados leg of the Limacol Caribbean Premier…

‘Barbados netballers fast, full of potential’

The athletic ability of young netballers in Barbados coupled with their speed on the court can take them very far says Delyth Truman, coach of the Sir Thomas…

CPL a catalyst for change

The Caribbean Premier League can be the catalyst for positive change in West Indies cricket says Tom Moody, the international cricket director of the league. “We are bringing…

CPL blues?

CPL blues?

The 2013 Limacol Caribbean Premier League was a major success marked by massive crowds. But now a number of changes appear to be impacting on the CPLwith only the recent evening…

Patriots force a game three

Patriots force a game three

There will be a game three. Patriots dug deep into their resolve to defeat Clapham Bulls 65-64 to draw level at 1-1 in the finals of the Barbados…

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Inniss pleased with Symmonds’ stance

Minister of Industry and Commerce Donville Inniss says Government will not bow to pressure from all interest groups seeking relief from the Municipal Solid  …

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Minister Inniss gets support

Ganja move

New CARICOM chairman anxious to press ahead

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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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