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January 29, 2015 - Policeman, brother and businessman remanded Special Constable Jimmy Thorne, 37, ... +++ January 29, 2015 - Get on board Minister of Culture Stephen Lashley ... +++ January 29, 2015 - Pelican Village to host Black History Month exhibition Pelican Village is set to be reposi ... +++ January 29, 2015 - Police officer among trio facing drug charges Three men – including a police o ... +++ January 29, 2015 - Health care debate coming The Ministry of Health will be seek ... +++ January 29, 2015 - Convicted killer seeks shorter sentence Almost a year after admitting to ki ... +++ January 29, 2015 - BFA hoping Stadium can host international matches The Barbados Football Association ( ... +++ January 29, 2015 - SWEET RELIEF Sugar farmers have been promised th ... +++ January 29, 2015 - Crackdown Hours after the island’s top cop ... +++ webdesign
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EPA export thrust

EPA export thrust

Gas promise

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Feeding ourselves into oblivion

As far back as 1974 an international commitment was made at a World Food Summit to eradicate food insecurity.  The nexus between a…

An ineffective law however you view it

Barbados is reviewing how it will treat its dormant death penalty law, even as authorities insist it will remain on the statute books.…

Shall we be led by this 5-year-old?

Ronald Jones had a blistering message for some social media users last week, and rightfully so. The flamboyant Minister of Education spared no…

Of politics, scandals and leadership

Politics and scandal have gone hand in hand. They have been inextricably linked from time to time with political stewardship. Such accompanying scandal has not…

Gratefully forever in our minds!

If you want children to keep their feet on the ground, put some responsibility on their shoulders.  –– Abigail Van Buren We add…

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Pelican Village is set to be repositioned as the area for culture in Barbados during Black History Month in February. Several cultural exhibitions are being planned to mark…

Almost a year after admitting to killing a man and being sentenced to 20 years behind bars, Andrew O’Neil Hunte today asked the Court of Appeal for a…

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Crackdown

Overhaul

More police stations coming

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Grade A mum and student

Grade A mum and student

It is her dream to become a teacher one day. And while Sheldyne Ramsay, 49, is on her way to realizing that dream, she has…

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BFA hoping Stadium can host international matches

The Barbados Football Association (BFA) is hoping that the National Stadium is capable of hosting more than the Digicel Premier League. With the league set to kick-off on…

Yellow topple red

Yellow topple red

Yellow House came out on top at Wesley Hall Primary School’s inter-house sports at the National Stadium today with 394 points and finally broke Red House’s winning streak…

Bullish

President of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), Dave Cameron, is holding his ground on the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) threats of legal action…

Narine blow

West Indies’ chances at next month’s ICC World Cup in Australia and New Zealand were dealt a major blow today with the withdrawal of mystery off-spinner Sunil Narine…

Big battles

Big battles

Inter-house preliminaries at a number of secondary schools have started in earnest and at least one record was broken by Ronelle Lovell of Yellow House when Graydon Sealy…

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From crisis to crisis

Opposition Leader Mia Mottley last night lamented that Barbados was lurching from crisis to crisis, led by a Prime Minister who remains silent on critical…

Youth group wants Carrington sacked

UWI uncertainty

What Cabinet reshuffle?

Constituency council cuts

House drama