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We object!

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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…

The voice of the people is the Voice of God

The week would have ended much better than it started for some taxpayers, who no doubt would have welcomed the newly announced Municipal…

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Minister of Health John Boyce is warning that Barbados must get a handle on its rising health care costs to ensure it remains accessible to ordinary Barbadians. Minister…

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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‘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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PowerGen’s winning plan

PowerGen’s winning plan

It’s an exciting experience a young cricketer would hardly forget during his cricketing career, that is meeting three cricketing legends of the highly successful West Indies teams of…

Trini glory

Trini glory

PowerGen Penal Sports Club from Trinidad and Tobago are champions of the 2014 Sir Garfield Sobers Cricket Competition for the second consecutive year after defeating Christ Church Foundation…

Skeetes show their speed

Skeetes show their speed

It was a case on Saturday of one Skeete not being enough. Roger and Dane Skeete made it a family affair as drivers settled the Motoring Club Barbados…

Top five glory

The Barbados girls and boys teams could not hold off the challenges of Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago respectively and finished in fourth place as the curtain fell…

Roett riding high

Roett riding high

Chelsea Roett continues to make headline waves in the world of surfing. And she will be seeking to impress once again as she takes off for California to…

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Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur has described the suggestion by Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler that citizens need to first pay in the municipal solid…

Minister Inniss gets support

Ganja move

New CARICOM chairman anxious to press ahead


PM Stuart headed to Antigua for CARICOM summit

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Master carver

Elated but surprised! This is how wood sculptor A. Ashanti Trotman has described his success in…

From Harvest to Home

A bajan’s collector paradise

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Nine Bajans for Taste Of The Caribbean

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Hill alive with soca

Hill alive with soca

The ridge was alive with the sweet sounds of soca yesterday, as thousands converged on the…

Sammy G takes Junior crown again

New Foreday Morning route scrapped

Speightstown comes alive

Pan party!