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December 18, 2014 - The lights of their lives Despite the harsh economic times an ... +++ December 18, 2014 - Three people missing, including a teenager Police are seeking the public’s a ... +++ December 18, 2014 - Bajans impress in squash Barbados’ top junior squash playe ... +++ December 18, 2014 - Facelift coming for Gymnasium The Garfield Sobers Gymnasium is in ... +++ December 18, 2014 - No surprises The Barbados Chamber of Commerce an ... +++ December 18, 2014 - Plans for regional road tennis circuit looking good So far, so good. That’s the word ... +++ December 18, 2014 - Glowing tribute to retiring BDF chaplain It was a banquet fit for a priest, ... +++ December 18, 2014 - CARICOM leaders react to historic declaration Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leade ... +++ December 18, 2014 - Hinkson calls for ministers to be penalized Former chairman of the National Con ... +++ webdesign
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Tourism payback

Tourism payback

Flow-ing as usual

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Oh, for the remission of America’s sin

. . . It is not just a stand-off against a system of governance, nor is it just a stand-off against the surname…

Looking beyond Finance Minister’s Christmas stocking

Those who were expecting Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler to show up in the Parliament Building yesterday with a giant Christmas stocking slung…

Respect is ever due on holy ground

Almost daily, increasing acts of lawlessness leave us wondering whether the world has indeed gone mad. In fact, we are so bombarded by…

When all eyes are firmly fixed on Chris

We know he is not yet ready to reveal all he has in store in his proverbial black box, but still we cannot…

When might is certainly not right!

It was refreshing to hear the Barbados Workers’ Union’s (BWU) statement yesterday on a matter that should trouble us all. As difficult as…

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The Barbados Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) says it is not at all surprised but disappointed to learn that recent “onerous” tax measures announced “as temporary measures”…

Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders have welcomed the new chapter in diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba. Chairman of the grouping, Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston…

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Hinkson calls for ministers to be penalized


Five education officers bring lawsuit against Govt

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Central bank praises dedicated employees

Central bank praises dedicated employees

Six employees of the Central Bank of Barbados were last night celebrated for their years of dedicated service. A dinner was held at the Crane…

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Bajans impress in squash

Barbados’ top junior squash players all played very well but just missed out on podium finishes in the 2014 Canadian Junior Squash Open which climaxed last night at…

Plans for regional road tennis circuit looking good

So far, so good. That’s the word from chief executive officer and president of the Professional Road Tennis Association (PRTA), Dale Clarke, on his recent move to establish a…

Windies suffer

Windies suffer

CENTURION –– West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin got off to a good start by winning the toss in the first Test against South Africa at SuperSport Park, Centurion…

Revamp for Caribbean racing championship

The Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC) will be fought out over four rounds for the first time in 2015. Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago will each…



A senior Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) official has raised concerns about the quality of the work done by the task force set up by the West Indies Cricket…

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Estwick explains no show for Sinckler’s ministerial statement

They have recently been at odds over funding for the proposed Barbados Cane Industry Restructuring Project. And yesterday outspoken Minister of Agriculture, Food, Fisheries and…

Mia: We are all still in the dark


Opposition walkout a good strategy, says Wickham

Boiling point

BLP extends olive branch after staging walkout

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Healthy choices best defence

Month-long activities to raise awareness about diabetes will end on Sunday, but far from over is…

Culinary skills on show

Fighting for his life

Team Mikey in cancer fight

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WORLD-Castro praises Obama

HAVANA –– Cuba’s President Raul Castro hailed a landmark exchange of prisoners with the United States…

US moves to normalise relations with Cuba

WORLD-Sydney gunman was wanted in Iran

WORLD-Siege in Sydney

Australia: Siege over