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November 25, 2014 - Wanted man captured Police have captured wanted man Aar ... +++ November 25, 2014 - Driver survives after lorry plunges 40 feet A truck driver had a miraculous esc ... +++ November 25, 2014 - Three plead guilty to drug charges Three men pleaded guilty to drug-re ... +++ November 25, 2014 - Let Cave Hill be the driver, urges Sir Hilary Principal Sir Hilary Beckles believ ... +++ November 25, 2014 - Ready to fight After losing her youngest brother t ... +++ November 25, 2014 - Relief coming for South District residents Relief will be on the way as early ... +++ November 25, 2014 - Strike over! The six-day strike by more than 40 ... +++ November 25, 2014 - Predictable end After sitting idle for the last thr ... +++ November 25, 2014 - UNMOVED Not stepping down! Minister of the ... +++ November 25, 2014 - Men at risk Four medical practitioners have rai ... +++ webdesign
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When only a flogging will suffice

Amid all the industrial and other tensions of the past week, the heavy rains and incessant flooding in parts, it is understandable why…

When the union’s cry becomes most daunting

In a week in which there were no fewer than three industrial strikes –– the most crippling of which occurred at the Grantley…

Could our gay community be in overkill?

Let it be stated upfront that we do not hold the view that heterosexuals should be protected from violence by law, convention or…

Shall it be sweet 16, or a mature 18?

Most parents expect –– as they should –– to be involved in every aspect of their children’s lives, particularly when those children are…

They who dropped that ball!

The deafening silence from the Employment Rights Tribunal, still to adjudicate the controversial dismissal of close to 200 workers of the National Conservation…

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Principal Sir Hilary Beckles believes the Cave Hill campus can provide “the economic energy” to drive Barbados out of recession and the basis on which the island gets…

The six-day strike by more than 40 workers at Precision Packaging Inc is now over, but the air traffic controllers’ dispute remains unsettled following talks today.   The employees…

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A special place with Peter Pan

A special place with Peter Pan

Peter Pan, the 2014 St Winifred’s School pantomime delighted a very special audience last Saturday night at the school hall with its first performance in…

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Rain woes

Rain woes

There is a feeling of frustration in the Barbados Pride camp. And after rain wrecked their WICB Professional Cricket League game for the second straight weekend, it is…

Titans clash washed out

Titans clash washed out

Not even the titans were spared the wrath of the rain this time around. The persistent rains which bombarded the island over the weekend, brought a premature end…

Husbands re-takes lead at Woodbine

Ace Barbadian jockey Patrick Husbands is out front again in the Woodbine jockeys’ title race. The 41-year-old won two races on Saturday’s card, including the feature CAN$125,000 Glorious…

New tennis hub

New tennis hub

Watch out Belfield and Bush Hall. There’s a new road tennis hub in town. The Villages at Coverley is set to become the newest centre for Barbados’ leading…

Rain rules out women’s action

Heavy rain last weekend forced the Barbados Football Association to reschedule three of its matches yesterday in the women’s Premier League competition. The games had been set for…

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Feuding BLP MPs could settle out of court

An out-of-court settlement may be in sight in the case in which Opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) St Andrew MP George Payne is claiming damages…


BLP battle on

Opposition calls on Sinckler to step down

Forde stays as BLP’s second vice-chairman

Government beware!

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Culinary skills on show

Culinary skills on show

Culinary Arts took center stage today when the National Independence Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA) held…

Fighting for his life

Team Mikey in cancer fight

Encouraging the culinary arts

Making miracles happen

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Ambrosia: a culinary adventure

Persistent downpours during the day on Saturday were a bit disheartening, but, thankfully, the skies cleared…

New QC King and Queen

Super time at Food & Wine and Rum

Laurianne goes global

Fresh look at lip service