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Tax not a fix

Tax not a fix


Tourism turnaround

Tourism turnaround

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Have we lost true meaning of Emancipation?

On the eve of Emancipation Day in Barbados, concerns abound about the significance of the day in the minds of average Barbadians. And…

A welcome word from Dr Lowe

After disappearing from the public spotlight since the start of June, it was pleasing to hear the Minister of the Environment and Drainage…

Festival lessons for the learning

With all the trouble that has been brewing in the Barbados Labour Party camp of late, some folks have been heard to say,…

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At least one clergyman has no problem with the conduct of revellers at Crop Over. While veteran bandleader Betty West recently criticized what she saw as too much…

Political activist Robert “Bobby” Clarke is not letting up on protests against the Freundel Stuart administration’s “poor economic management” and has accused former prime minister Owen Arthur of…

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On God’s mission to Brazil

On God’s mission to Brazil

Many a football fan would have longed for or dreamt of a chance to travel to Brazil when the recent 2014 FIFA World Cup was being…

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‘Bills’ clipped

Antigua Hawksbills’ season of futility in the Limacol Caribbean Premier League continued when they were beaten by the Jamaica Tallawahs by seven wickets under the Duckworth/Lewis method at…

Noble Intent among 12 for Massy Derby

Noble Intent among 12 for Massy Derby

Noble Intent heads a field of 12 horses listed to contest the 2014 Massy United Insurance Derby at the Garrison Savannah on August 9. Already the winner of…

Barbados finish second in blind cricket

Barbados settled for second place at the just concluded seventh edition of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Regional Blind Cricket Tournament held at Sabina Park in Jamaica. Defending…

Teen first to dive for region

GLASGOW –  Whether he wins a medal or not, Yona Knight-Wisdom has drawn a lot of attention at the 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland. The teenager became…

Kirani’s gold

Kirani’s gold

GLASGOW – Grenadian star sprinter Kirani James defeated a very strong field to win the men’s 400 metres at the 20th Commonwealth Games at Hampden Park in Glasgow…

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Don’t expect Reverend Charles Morris to keep silent despite attempts by Government to discipline him for publicly speaking against the Freundel Stuart administration. In fact,…

Nicholls sticking with BLP

St Peter residents have their say

BLP discusses the way forward

Another party?

Caribbean leaders speak on Arthur’s resignation

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Master carver

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

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