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When our children die at our own hands

At six years old, Johann King was still approaching the bloom of childhood. In his idealized world of nonage, the world was full…

When we are the butt of the mirth

The righteous indignation often expressed by politicians over the deeds or misdeeds of their political colleagues could provide ready material for Laff-it-Off or…

Beware the changing tide

In a landmark ruling which has reverberated across the world, the U.S. Supreme Court last Friday redefined and broadened the traditional concept of…

As ‘terrible Tuesday’ draws near

Tomorrow is the official deadline given by the National Union of Public Workers for the state-run Barbados Investment and Development Corporation to rescind…

Are we spinning top in mud?

Is the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), as currently structured, still relevant to the development needs of the region in a rapidly changing world which…

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In light of recent incidents involving the death of children in Barbados, UNICEF children’s champion and former magistrate Faith Marshall-Harris believes Barbados has reached crisis level when it…

A local magistrate has accused some parents of accepting money to hide instances of child abuse. Alliston Seale today made the remarks while handing down judgement in the…

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Police witness a no-show

Win #4 for Tridents

Better relations needed between QEH and media

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City Fest

Broad Street, Bridgetown’s traditional centre of commerce, was transformed into a Crop Over showcase last Saturday afternoon when the National Cultural Foundation (NCF) staged the…

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Gearing up for Games

A 5K road race is among the last minute fund raising activities which Special Olympics Barbados will stage as they seek to send 26 athletes to the 2015…

Nadal knocked out of Wimbledon

Two-time Wimbledon champion Rafael Nadal made an early exit for the fourth year in a row as he was outplayed by qualifier Dustin Brown on Centre Court today.…

Alleyne’s record drive

Victory for Leslie Alleyne in last weekend’s Sol Go Further June Safari has inscribed his name in the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) record books yet again. His seventh…

Pan Am bound

Pan Am bound

James Alexander Johnson will make history when he becomes the first golfer to represent Barbados at the 2015 Pan American Games. Johnson’s name was among 29 athletes inclusive…

Masters squash tourney begins

Action got underway in the 2015 National Masters Squash Championships earlier this week with the top seeds all recording straight forward victories at the Barbados Squash Club. In…

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Abject nonsense, says Wickham

Political scientist Peter Wickham has described calls for Opposition Leader Mia Mottley to present her legal credentials as “abject nonsense”. During the recent Budget debate…

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Mottley blames Gov’t for boy’s death

We need to take better care of our athletes, says Lashley

You don’t give to get, warns Inniss

Crossfire

Hold fast!

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COLUMN – Herbal remedy

Herbal medicines. They can be found in health stores, supermarkets, gyms, and even the vendors’ tray…

COLUMN – Eating what we grow

Barbadians represent in game fishing

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Tappin’ Into Soca

Tappin’ Into Soca

Saxophonist Arturo Tappin is without a doubt one of the most outstanding musicians Barbados has ever…

Seize The Opportunity

Sand, Sea And Soca

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World – Pilot shut down wrong engine

TAIPEI –– “Wow, pulled back the wrong side throttle.” These are the words of the captain…

36 people killed as Philipines ferry capsizes

World – Suspect took selfie with victim