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Growing pains of labour

The trade union movement represents a key pillar on which modern Barbados and the Commonwealth Caribbean were built. From the labour unrest that…

The challenge of relevance for Dems at 60

The ruling Democratic Labour Party (DLP) concludes its annual conference this Sunday when president and political leader Prime Minister Freundel Stuart delivers the…

May the young be mindful ever of the old

May the young be mindful ever of the old

Listen to your father who begot you, and do not despise your mother when she is old. –– Proverbs 23:22. We can say…

Yes to COP’s words; no to circling wagons

Our research reveals that Acting Commissioner of Police Tyrone Griffith is no lightweight. Indeed, intelligence gathered is that the former Harrison College and…

Antigua takes bold lead on plastic bags

As we traverse daily the length and breadth of Barbados, how much do we observe our surroundings? For example, the state of the…

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Minister of Education Ronald Jones has expressed dissatisfaction with work carried out during the Education Sector Enhancement Programme, which was funded by the Government, the Inter-American Development Bank…

After Omar Henderson Herbert pleaded guilty to four traffic violations last Thursday, a Bridgetown magistrate fined him $1,350 forthwith. The unemployed resident of Seale’s Avenue, Tudor Bridge, St…

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Nicholls to pay $500 for stealing roll-ons

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Ramon breathes life into antiques

Vintage piece, antique, family heirloom –– whatever you want to call it! Some household items –– especially furniture –– often outstrip their monetary worth with…

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Brilliant Bishop

Veteran left-arm spinner Derick Bishop became the first bowler in 22 years to take all ten wickets in an innings in the top BCA league Championship as he…

Road tennis goes to NY

A large appreciative crowd was at hand to witness Mark “Venom” Griffith defeat Dario Hinds 21–14, 21–15 and 21–15 in the finals of the Cream of the Crop…

Rally kings

Rally kings

Jeffrey Panton and Mike Fennell Jnr (Ford Focus WRC06) won Saturday’s Summer Sun & Stars Rally with heavy showers providing an extra challenge. Variable weather conditions made the…

Best on course

National player Carlsen Leacock is the proudest golfer in the island at the moment. So too is Leiza Munn-Blakeley. Leacock dismissed all-comers to win the men’s title in…

US Open gets going

Kei Nishikori and Ana Ivanovic both made early exits on the opening day of the US Open in New York today. Japan’s Nishikori, last year’s runner-up and the…

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BLP warns NIS is not Government’s ATM

BLP warns NIS is not Government’s ATM

While opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) supports Government’s plans to borrow $76 million mainly to improve police accommodation, it has questioned the sourcing of the…

Just for show

Stuart pokes fun at opposition

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Let’s talk about sex and sexuality

Members of the disabled and gay communities will talk about sex and sexuality when they gather…

A love of God and good food

100 years of loving the Lord

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Bajans a hit at CARIFESTA

Bajans a hit at CARIFESTA

In a melting pot of diverse Caribbean culture, Barbados is fully on show as it shares…

Force feeds Geriatric Hospital

Young campers visit House

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DOMINICA – Families reunited

ROSEAU –– There were sounds of happy laughter and then there were those of tears as…

TRINIDAD – PNM welcome

ANTIGUA – Firefighter allegedly found with cocaine

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GREECE – 2,500 migrants saved over three days

ATHENS –– Greece’s coastguard has rescued about 2,500 migrants and refugees off the country’s eastern islands over…

MH370 debris uncertainty

NEW YORK – Ashley Madison founder steps down