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January 28, 2015 - Police need help in shooting probe Police need help getting to the bot ... +++ January 28, 2015 - Shooting and attempted robbery in Bayville Lawmen are investigating a shooting ... +++ January 28, 2015 - Man charged with several burglaries Police have caught a man who was wa ... +++ January 28, 2015 - No rogue cops allowed           ... +++ January 28, 2015 - Six months behind bars for theft “The court has done all it can fo ... +++ January 28, 2015 - Lashley says, Govt is not going soft on criminals Amendments being proposed to the Of ... +++ January 28, 2015 - No industrial action by teachers Possible industrial action by teach ... +++ January 28, 2015 - Arthur on death penalty A “historic” move and an exampl ... +++ January 28, 2015 - Magistrate concerned about gun offences As far as acting Magistrate Allisto ... +++ webdesign
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An ineffective law however you view it

Barbados is reviewing how it will treat its dormant death penalty law, even as authorities insist it will remain on the statute books.…

Shall we be led by this 5-year-old?

Ronald Jones had a blistering message for some social media users last week, and rightfully so. The flamboyant Minister of Education spared no…

Of politics, scandals and leadership

Politics and scandal have gone hand in hand. They have been inextricably linked from time to time with political stewardship. Such accompanying scandal has not…

Gratefully forever in our minds!

If you want children to keep their feet on the ground, put some responsibility on their shoulders.  –– Abigail Van Buren We add…

The dawn that’s bound to break . . .

No matter how long a night lasts, dawn has to break. There is nothing called everlasting night or everlasting day either, and I…

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Police need help getting to the bottom of the fatal shooting of Shamir Nicholas over the weekend. Nicholas, of Haynesville Housing Area, St James was shot multiple times…

Lawmen are investigating a shooting and attempted robbery at a minimart in Bayville last night. They say two masked men, armed with guns, entered the Bayville Minimart at…

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Top teacher Janine!

Top teacher Janine!

Work hard, and it pays off. If anyone knows this well, it is valedictorian of the Erdiston Teachers’ Training College, Janine Pierre. On Monday night,…

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Narine blow

West Indies’ chances at next month’s ICC World Cup in Australia and New Zealand were dealt a major blow today with the withdrawal of mystery off-spinner Sunil Narine…

Combermere tour a success

For the third successive year Combermere School cricketers under the leadership of coach Roddy Estwick travelled to Miramar, Florida to participate in the Miramar Youth Cricket Festival. The…

St Michael still champs

St Michael still champs

Three months ago Mark “Venom” Griffith and Antoine “Lil Man” Daniel had the biggest rivalry in road tennis. But on Saturday night, the two players teamed up to…

Passage Road victory

Passage Road victory

Fusionz Boutique Passage Road defeated Dover Juniors United by four wickets as action in the third round of the Inspire Sports Under-13 Cricket Competition continued yesterday. Playing at…

Rising Stars shine at weekend

Rising Stars shine at weekend

Rising Stars athletes dominated the track on Saturday during the Athletic Association of Barbados’ (AAB) Odd Distances and Field events held at the National Stadium. The hard work…

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From crisis to crisis

Opposition Leader Mia Mottley last night lamented that Barbados was lurching from crisis to crisis, led by a Prime Minister who remains silent on critical…

Youth group wants Carrington sacked

UWI uncertainty

What Cabinet reshuffle?

Constituency council cuts

House drama