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August 1, 2015 - Two change tunes for Pic-O-De-Crop Finals Two calypsonians have changed their ... +++ August 1, 2015 - Early morning accident in St James Two accidents occurred on Fitts Vil ... +++ August 1, 2015 - Band watch Police have served notice of their ... +++ August 1, 2015 - Blake’s rehab continues KINGSTON, Jamaica ––  It has b ... +++ August 1, 2015 - Special Olympics athletes continue to shine Barbados’ Special Olympics athlet ... +++ August 1, 2015 - Govt can’t guarantee jobs anymore, warns Husbands A senior education official today w ... +++ August 1, 2015 - Man with flick knife free to go A man who was found with a flick kn ... +++ August 1, 2015 - Two deny stealing windows and doors A man and a woman were each granted ... +++ August 1, 2015 - Revellers come out for Foreday Morning Thousands of revellers descended on ... +++ webdesign
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Strong case for revisiting that EPA

Close to seven years ago, Caribbean countries entered a new relationship with Europe that promised to deliver significant benefits in support of economic…

How safe indeed are our homes?

Chartered structural engineer –– and, we may add, social activist –– Grenville Phillips II just recently advised that many modern storeyed houses across…

When comedy is surely not very funny

 The 20th century inventor and author Richard “Bucky” Fuller once said that human beings always did the most intelligent thing, but only after they…

We in media can’t let our guard down

We all know the feeling. You are at the end of a long journey; your flight has landed and all you want to…

Editorial – Of therapeutic value is our Crop Over!

There is no disputing life in Barbados has become more challenging with all the attendant stresses in recent years. It stems largely from…

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Police have served notice of their intention to deal firmly with anyone caught illegally entering Foreday morning and Kadooment bands during this Crop Over finale weekend. In a…

A senior education official today warned a group of students that the days of leaving school and getting a job in the Civil Service were over. Addressing the…

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Junior robot builders all!

A future engineer or mobile app developer could be coming from the Junior Robotics Camp. Facilitated by the Caribbean Science Foundation (CSF), the four-week programme…

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Blake’s rehab continues

KINGSTON, Jamaica ––  It has been a long road back for former world 100 metres champion Yohan Blake, who continues to lay the blocks for his comeback after…

Athletes to be highlighted at Rio Games

CANOC Broadcasting Inc. (CBI) has expressed its delight at the unprecedented success of regional athletes at the just concluded Pan American Games in Canada. “The positive showing at…

Barbados’ squash in good hands

Barbados’ outstanding performance at home during the just concluded 2015 Junior Caribbean Squash Championship has impressed veteran coach Carl Ince. Ince, currently the highest ranked coach at level…

Another FIFA official charged

The former chairman of an Argentina-based sports marketing business, one of 14 people indicted in a corruption case that has roiled the soccer world’s governing body FIFA, pleaded…

England up

Ian Bell struck his second half-century of the match to steer England to an eight-wicket victory over Australia at Edgbaston and take a 2-1 lead in the Investec…

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For the first time since Opposition Leader Mia Mottley demanded that Prime Minister Freundel Stuart releases to the public, details of the agreement with Cahill…

Verbal battle over Credit Suisse escalates

Lie, what lie?

Follow our past leaders, says MP

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No snap elections

Stuart vows to protect country’s interest

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COLUMN – Fit for the road

With the annual Crop Over Festival currently in full swing, by now most revelers would have…

COLUMN – A safer way to smoke?

COLUMN – Herbal remedy

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Another win for Peter Ram

Newly crowned Party Monarch, Peter Ram, has won another title for Crop Over 2015.   Ram,…

Pastor’s prayer for Crop Over


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TRINIDAD – Thousands for Anand

PORT OF SPAIN –– In what could be one of the largest awards in a defamation case,…

Four-year-old critically injured in shootout

Memo issued by Special Branch not a fake

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GUINEA – Vaccine ‘game-changer’

CONAKRY –– A vaccine against the deadly Ebola virus has led to 100 per cent protection…

SOUTH CAROLINA – Church shooter pleads not guilty

OHIO – Cop pleads not guilty