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March 28, 2015 - Minister assures horticulture industry of support The theme for the Barbados Orchid S ... +++ March 28, 2015 - Three more for Sol Rally Regional champions Jeffrey Panton, ... +++ March 28, 2015 - MS Europa 2 visits Bim With just one month to go before th ... +++ March 28, 2015 - COLUMN – Mixed season for Barbados To have eight players in a 20-man W ... +++ March 28, 2015 - Wanted man faces eight drug charges A man who was wanted by police is n ... +++ March 28, 2015 - Man charged with serious bodily harm A 31-year-old man will appear in co ... +++ March 28, 2015 - Non-collection one big issue Continued from: From the Auditor Ge ... +++ March 28, 2015 - From the Auditor General’s Report 5 A number of special audits were con ... +++ March 28, 2015 - Party pooper A charge tonight that the Copyright ... +++ webdesign
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A dark day in our politics

The standard of political debate in the Caribbean – indeed, the high standard of conduct which citizens rightly expect of persons elected to…

Mr Speaker, hell no from Mr Toppin

A history teacher with a love for literature and the English language walked one day into one of Barbados’ older secondary schools and,…

Mr Knight still bleeds in the street

We proffer that Barbados bears little resemblance to Philadelphia. Nor are the racial tensions that exist in Ferguson, Missouri, mirrored on these 166…

Some words of wisdom for our leaders

Barbados recently played host to a distinguished Caribbean-born, United States-based economist who has imparted some timely words of wisdom and warning that are…

In defence of our very own legacy

We cannot pat ourselves on the shoulder at having gone into Independence; having decolonized our politics. We cannot pat ourselves on the shoulders…

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With just one month to go before the official close of the local cruise season that started in November, Barbados Port Inc. is still receiving inaugural calls to…

A charge tonight that the Copyright Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (COSCAP), which was set up to promote and safeguard the interests of Barbadian artistes, is helping…

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$250 million owed to IRD

‘Barefoot pastor’ challenges court ruling

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St Lucy Cave gets $750 000 facelift

St Lucy Cave gets $750 000 facelift

A fully renovated Animal Flower Cave in St Lucy is quickly becoming a popular centre for dining and entertainment for visitors to our shores. And…

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Three more for Sol Rally

Regional champions Jeffrey Panton, who has won his home event Rally Jamaica a record eight times, John Powell, the four-time winner of Rally Trinidad, and Kyle Gregg, who…

COLUMN – Mixed season for Barbados

To have eight players in a 20-man West Indies squad preparing for the three-Test series against England in the Caribbean starting next month can be viewed as a…



Finally the Burger King-sponsored Lester Vaughan have the right to call themselves kings of schools’ athletics in Barbados. And the queens –– Scotiabank Springer Memorial –– can simply…

Swift Cup on the track this weekend

Swift Cup on the track this weekend

Two exciting new one-make circuit racing championships that look set to revolutionise regional motor sport –– the Suzuki Challenge Series –– were introduced to the media at Bushy…

Barbados thrash USVI

Barbados thrash USVI

Barbados have won their FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifying tie against the United States Virgin Islands 4-1. Playing at the Addelita Cancryn Field in St Thomas yesterday in…

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Could it be a ploy?

Could it be a ploy?

Two leading political scientists are questioning the timing of Prime Minister Freundel Stuart’s announcement that he intends to complete the process of decolonization with the…

PM: Barbados to become a republic

Labour minister blasted for handling of Employment Rights Tribunal

Not true!

Sutherland: Government mismanaging NIS funds

Cash flow problems to continue

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COLUMN – Beating diabetes

Barbados can beat diabetes; and that’s no myth. Our health practitioners, armed with research, have been…

COLUMN – Benefits of that early PSA

More cheer to Xavier

Choose to live well

Today’s Fashion – Natural Hair

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Praisefest stars are in

Caribbean Praisefest 2015 –– The Barbados Edition is finally here, and the overseas acts are already…


Laughter and magic

Combermere Couple 2015

Samantha –– brightest of the diamonds