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Finding cricket’s soul beyond the boundary

Cricket in the era of C.L.R. James, Herman Griffith, Frank Worrell, Everton Weekes and Garry Sobers was more than about donning white flannels…

Blurred line between education and ignorance

German-born British statistician Sir Claus Moser, at a British association meeting more than two decades ago, said that education cost money, and so…

Against the grain of fair journalism

We do not, like Irish writer Oscar Wilde, hold the view that instead of monopolizing the seat of judgment, journalism should be apologizing…

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The Barbados Light & Power Company Limited (BLPC) has applied to the Fair Trading Commission (FTC) to increase its capacity to accept electricity from renewable energy customers. Managing…

Barbadians will begin receiving their tax refunds by the end of the month. That’s according to Public Relations Officer at the Barbados Revenue Authority Erica Lazare told Barbados…

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Humble head

Humble head

Michael Boyce will step through the doors of Lester Vaughan Secondary School in September as its new principal. Having spent almost 20 years in the…

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Escape act

ST GEORGE’S – Kieron Pollard and Denesh Ramdin combined forces in a 145-run sixth wicket-partnership to rescue the West Indies and deliver a three-wicket victory over Bangladesh to…

Third win in a row

Third win in a row

Nicholls Baking Combermere won their third consecutive title in the Barbados Cricket Association’s Under-15 competition when they defeated Williams Equipment Queen’s College by 182 runs in the final…

Former NBA player calls for basketball help

For years Barbadian basketballers have been calling for better playing facilities. And this morning so too did a former professional NBA player. Speaking to Barbados TODAY this morning,…

Ready to go

Ready to go

All systems are go for the October 26 MudFest. That was the assurance from clerk of the course Philip McConney as the curtain came down on the August…

All to drive for at Summer Nights

All to drive for at Summer Nights

Competitors in the Barbados Rally Club (BRC) Driver’s And Class Championships begin the final stage of the 2014 season on Saturday, August 30, in the BRC Summer Nights…

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DLP cautioned

DLP cautioned

The ruling Democratic Labour Party has been told that it must rebrand and renew itself every year or risk becoming obsolete. The advice was given…

Stuart’s vow

After Owen

DLP revisits candidate selection

Inniss denies party rift

Term divide

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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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Beefed up cooks contest for NIFCA

The culinary arts will take centre stage at this year’s National Independence Festival Of Creative Arts…

Another side of Wendell’s writings

World gospel singer in tomorrow

God’s mission by song

Dancing on top of the world

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ISIS ransom for Foley was US$132m

DAMASCUS –– The captors of American journalist James Foley had demanded a ransom of 100 million…

Obama speaks on Foley beheading

Police shoot dead second black man

Teen shot six times

Food flow slowed