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Exposing the shame and sharing blame

The name Mukesh Singh might not mean much to most Barbadians. It’s that of one of those men currently on death row in…

It can stay a pleasing PSV sight!

The dress code for public service vehicle workers is in effect, and though the jury might be out on whether the introduction of…

Would ASP Welch please remove those blinkers!

In one Barbados Is justice and fair play. In de next Barbados Al Barrack still ain’t get pay. In one Barbados Good kaiso…

When should we really pull that plug?

About nine years ago, 17-year-old Briton Steven Thorpe suffered multiple injuries in a car crash and was placed in a medically-induced coma. Doctors…

Our excellence must be above a world trend

We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. –– Aristotle We have no doubt that when…

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Two teens have appeared in a Bridgetown Court on multiple charges of breaking into homes and stealing over $8,000 in items. When the two – a 14-year-old and…

A member of a Government-appointed committee set up 14 years ago to deal specifically with the issue of race relations in Barbados has warned that racism remains a…

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Man jailed for breaking into development centre

Hammie-La: History must not repeat itself

Unemployed man faces four charges

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Thumbs up for Agrofest

Thumbs up for Agrofest

This year’s Agrofest is being described as a successful undertaking. Chief executive officer of the Barbados Agricultural Society (BAS), James Paul, told Barbados TODAY in…

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Husbands eyeing Gold Cup win

Top Barbadian jockey Patrick Husbands, who for years has been campaigning at Woodbine racetrack in Toronto, Canada, will be going after his second successive Gold Cup win when…

Tribute paid to Keith Boyce

Barbados Cricket Association’s chairman of selectors Henderson Wallace on Saturday recalled the influence late Barbados and West Indies cricketer Keith Boyce had on the sport in the north…

Count me in

Cricketing great and former West Indies captain Brian Lara has signalled an interest in moving from the field to the boardroom. Lara has indicated that he is willing…

High hopes for rugby team

High hopes for rugby team

Their efforts may not be as highly publicized as their male counterparts, but the national ladies rugby team is looking to take the world by storm at the…

Junior squash players show promise

The Barbados Junior Squash players are raring to go for this year’s Caribbean Area Squash Association’s (CASA) junior tournament which will be held in Barbados from July 17…

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BLP tensions mounting

From all accounts, there has been no cooling of tempers in Christ Church West, following last night’s meeting called by Leader of the Opposition Mia…

Rumblings within BLP camp

BLP threatens action

Unease in BLP’s Christ Church West camp

BLP told to apply pressure on Govt

BLP chastises Govt

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Janielle’s cancer journey

Janielle’s cancer journey

Janielle Blenman lives fearlessly. Whether she’s walking into her doctor’s office for her usual six-month check-up…

The herbal prescription

Hands-on healing

AC’s op a success

NCF gets tuk rhythm dvd

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Wiz show fun for all

They call themselves Operation Triple Threat. That’s because they sing, they dance, and they act. Over…

Students wowed by Agrofest

Just call her Queen Meggan!

Just to come back! says super Erica

A musical affair to cherish