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When Owen Arthur dared to march all alone

The time must come when Barbados’ waste disposal management must be dealt with strictly along apolitical lines. To politicize the issue and divide…

Bajans are in a mood for answers

On a day when scores of Opposition demonstrators took to the streets wearing white in an appeal for economic salvation from a burdensome…

Time to take action, Mr Minister

Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s. –– Mark 12:17.   Margaret Sivers and…

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Four years ago, Owen Arthur was involved in the now infamous “coup” of Mia Mottley as Opposition Leader, when four of his parliamentary colleagues gave him a vote…

It is early days yet to say if the controversial Municipal Solid Waste Tax will affect the sale of real estate in Barbados. President of the Barbados Estate…

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Bring us proof

‘A good move for politics’

Mia thanks Owen for his service

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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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Barbados rugby team defeated by Canada

Canada’s rugby sevens team ran roughshod over Barbados in a 68-5 victory at the Commonwealth Games today. John Moonlight, Mike Scholtz and Ciaran Hearn scored two tries apiece…

Big plans for table tennis

Male table tennis players in the island are making strides, but the females are still too far off, says Raul Calin, representative of the International Table Tennis Federation.…

Alleyne: MMA needs to level up

The Mixed Martial Arts body in Barbados would like to take the sport to another level but needs more support, says coordinator of the Caribbean Fight League, Rollins…

Close call

Close call

The Barbados Tridents defeated the Antigua Hawksbills by one wicket in a close and exciting Limacol Caribbean Premier League match at Kensington Oval tonight. Set a total of…

Ready to rumble

Ready to rumble

Barbadians Renaldo Stuart and Calvin Ifill are ready to fight. Stuart, the current welterweight champion and Ifill, a member of Universal Kenpo Karate, told journalists at this morning’s…

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Owen’s pain

Owen’s pain

Owen Arthur, who led the Barbados Labour Party (BLP) for 17 years, has quit that 76-year-old institution. Arthur, who handed in his letter of resignation…

Challenge to Arthur

Inniss: DLP will not be distracted by resignation

Arthur quits BLP

Arthur fed up

‘It’s not about me’

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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

Visual appeal

Nine Bajans for Taste Of The Caribbean

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Monarchs shine

Monarchs shine

Barbados’ veteran calypso and soca performers were at their entertaining best last night as the National…

Doc’s story told

Former carnival monarch passes away

Not far enough

In tribute to ‘Bunny’ Alleyne