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Pop to boost sector

Pop to boost sector

Unfortunate!

Strong warning from Inniss

Strong warning from Inniss

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Of failings and our authorities

In days of yon, when democracy was alive and well in this gem of a land we affectionately call ‘Bim’, as a citizenry…

No use pointing fingers

Oh what a tangled web we weave! The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) is in a crisis of unimaginable proportions, even peril, after…

Must we now wait for Trinidad’s call?

The revelation made last week by Trinidad and Tobago’s Minister of National Security Gary Griffith that more than 7 000 Barbadians were living…

Again it’s the cricket that suffers

How complicated this summer game of flannelled fools has become. Cricket’s age of innocence has long passed. The big bucks escaped Headley, Weekes,…

We make ourselves their meal

We Barbadians are a dirty lot. And it comes as no surprise that cases of chikungunya are on the rise and perhaps destined…

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As the University of the West Indies (UWI) Cave Hill Campus gets ready to publicly roll out a science and technology initiative next month, a local private company…

Complaints from frontline public officers that they are not properly equipped to process suspected Ebola patients have been addressed. The border security officers, such as Immigration and Customs…

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LESS AID

Economist warns of more bitter medicine

Transport workers paid but UCAL still waiting

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Never too young

Never too young

He stepped up to the church podium, the congregation of over 100 –– made up of Government officials, educators, teachers and peers –– looked up,…

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Garner unsure over his BCA future

Tribalism is firmly rooted in the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA), says its president Joel Garner. Breaking his silence on the saga surrounding the departure of former chief executive…

In the balance

The West Indies Cricket Board will know by next month what the region’s status in world cricket is. And that future could depend on whether the International Cricket…

Sexism a problem in football

Sexism appears to be hampering the further development of women’s football in the region. That was the suggestion today from Sonia Bien-Aime, executive committee member of both CONCACAF…

Wolff attack

Susie Wolff is set to become the first female competitor in the Race Of Champions slated for the Bushy Park, St Philip circuit on December 13 and 14.…

Jackson for Darcy Beckles Classic

The Blade is coming. Bodybuilding fans will get the opportunity to view the muscularity of Dexter The Blade Jackson when the Darcy Beckles Classic comes off this Saturday…

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Arthur to miss first sitting of Parliament

Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur is expected to miss out on the first sitting of Parliament tomorrow, following the summer recess. He is due to…

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Jordan promises effective representation

Jordan gets the nod

Motorcade cancelled

Ready to serve

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Cuba the remedy?

  As Chikungunya and dengue cases continue to pile up in Barbados and the rest of…

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Get moving to a longer life!

On avoiding Alzheimer’s

100% Bajan chef

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Classical music festival in the works

A new music festival could soon be on the cards for Barbados. Efforts are underway to…

Renowned Indian singer to perform in Bim

Hailing icon Holt

Music for money

Mylon: No giving up