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Challenging times ahead for labour

Within the past year, two relatively young persons, not yet in their 40s, have assumed high-profile senior leadership positions in the island’s labour…

Letting our children live as children

Early childhood educator Lucille Goddard is crystal clear about it. Parents should not be pushing their children “too hard so early”. That is…

Protecting the old; saving ourselves . . .

Senegalese poet David Diop, in his poem The Renegade, chastised his brother for what he termed as flashing his teeth in response to every…

This growing crime scourge we don’t need

Within the space of seven days earlier this month, normally tranquil St Lucia was hit by an unprecedented crime wave in which five…

One silence broken that’s a silence kept

House Speaker Michael Carrington has broken his silence. But we are left to wonder who is the wiser at the end of it.…

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A man who harassed a woman and used threatening words to her on January 15 this year, changed his plea today in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court. Keith…

Former Democratic Labour Party (DLP) member and general election candidate, Taan Abed, has come out strongly against Barbados becoming a republic without the Government consulting the people through…

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Jackson: Airlift a concern for regional agency

Get serious!

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Industrial School head makes case for ‘deviant youth’

Industrial School head makes case for ‘deviant youth’

Undiscovered jewels waiting to be explored! That’s how Government Industrial School principal Irwin Leacock describes young people, particularly those who are institutionalized, but considered deviant…

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Sandiford brothers tops in chess

The Sandiford clan can be very proud as brothers and Kyle Sandiford (Harrison College) Leigh Sandiford (Providence won the Under 14 and Under 10 National Chess Championships respectively…

Skeete getting ready

Skeete getting ready

Thirteen-time winner Roger Skeete starts his preparations for the 25th anniversary of the island’s premier event this Sunday in the Barbados Rally Club’s Shakedown Stages. Driving his Subaru…

Bravo, Jason Holder!

All hail Jason Holder for his splendid, maiden Test and first-class century today! The 23-year-old Barbadian made the region extremely proud with a fighting, elegant, unbeaten 103, which…

Spotlight on gymnastics

Spotlight on gymnastics

There are 120 competitors set to compete at the fourth annual Barbados Gymnastics Invitational at the Garfield Sobers Sports Complex tomorrow. Head coach of the Barbados female team…

Badminton royalty

Badminton royalty

Andre Padmore and Tamisha Williams are the king and queen of the 2015 Barbados Badminton Association Senior National Championship. Padmore captured his second consecutive title last night when…

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Leading businessmen say vote buying still a concern

Two years after serious accusations were made about vote buying in the last general election, two prominent businessmen, Andy Armstrong and Andrew Bynoe, have expressed…

Minister says country 49 years late in going republic

Viva Fidel!

Mottley laments lack of hope and leadership

Could it be a ploy?

PM: Barbados to become a republic