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July 1, 2015 - Packed agenda for CARICOM summit The controversial decision by the D ... +++ July 1, 2015 - Masters squash tourney begins Action got underway in the 2015 Nat ... +++ July 1, 2015 - Hinds: WIPA has made good strides KINGSTON –– Wavell Hinds, presi ... +++ July 1, 2015 - Archers on target in T&T The Barbados archery team returned ... +++ July 1, 2015 - More focus needed on minimum wage Barbados has been struggling for so ... +++ July 1, 2015 - Abject nonsense, says Wickham Political scientist Peter Wickham h ... +++ July 1, 2015 - QEH to embark on major security enhancement project Security at the island’s main hos ... +++ July 1, 2015 - Death probe Police have launched an investigati ... +++ July 1, 2015 - ‘I followed procedure’ The cross-examination of retired De ... +++ webdesign
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When we are the butt of the mirth

The righteous indignation often expressed by politicians over the deeds or misdeeds of their political colleagues could provide ready material for Laff-it-Off or…

Beware the changing tide

In a landmark ruling which has reverberated across the world, the U.S. Supreme Court last Friday redefined and broadened the traditional concept of…

As ‘terrible Tuesday’ draws near

Tomorrow is the official deadline given by the National Union of Public Workers for the state-run Barbados Investment and Development Corporation to rescind…

Are we spinning top in mud?

Is the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), as currently structured, still relevant to the development needs of the region in a rapidly changing world which…

When our CARICOM is in need of a march

Next week Barbados will roll out the red carpet for the leaders of the 15-nation Caribbean Community (CARICOM) for their 36th regular meeting.…

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The controversial decision by the Dominican Republic to deport some 200,000 undocumented residents of Haitian descent is among items on a packed agenda of Caribbean Community (CARICOM) heads…

Barbados has been struggling for some time to ratify certain labour conventions and ensure a minimum wage and employment particulars for some categories of workers. The current minimum…

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Abject nonsense, says Wickham

Death probe

‘I followed procedure’

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City Fest

Broad Street, Bridgetown’s traditional centre of commerce, was transformed into a Crop Over showcase last Saturday afternoon when the National Cultural Foundation (NCF) staged the…

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Masters squash tourney begins

Action got underway in the 2015 National Masters Squash Championships earlier this week with the top seeds all recording straight forward victories at the Barbados Squash Club. In…

Hinds: WIPA has made good strides

KINGSTON –– Wavell Hinds, president and chief executive officer of the West Indies Players’ Association (WIPA), says the 42-year-old organisation has “made good strides” over the years in…

Archers on target in T&T

The Barbados archery team returned home during the month after competing in the 2015 version of the Southern Caribbean Archery Championships in Trinidad and Tobago and winning sixteen…

US starts extradition process against Warner

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad –– Official documentation requesting the extradition of Independent Liberal Party (ILP) leader and former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner has been delivered to the Ministry…

Bolt pulls out of Diamond League

PARIS ––- Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt has withdrawn from the Paris Diamond League meet this Saturday, the organisers announced today. Bolt is suffering from a leg injury…

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Bad news

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Opposition Leader Mia Mottley is telling Barbadians that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) prepared a report on the Barbados economy days after the 2015 budget…

Mottley blames Gov’t for boy’s death

We need to take better care of our athletes, says Lashley

You don’t give to get, warns Inniss

Crossfire

Hold fast!

Forde worried over reports of corruption

Offside!

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COLUMN – Herbal remedy

Herbal medicines. They can be found in health stores, supermarkets, gyms, and even the vendors’ tray…

COLUMN – Eating what we grow

Barbadians represent in game fishing

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COLUMN – No stopping Walk Holy

The Christian community will again be represented in this year’s Crop Over Festival. For example, there…

Sargassum seaweed everywhere!

King Bubba coming to mash up

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Trinidad – Wrongful arrest

PORT OF SPAIN – The State can expect a slew of civil lawsuits, resulting from the…

Trinidad – Teenager dragged from car, executed

RACE ON!

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World – Suspect took selfie with victim

PARIS –– A man on France’s terror watch list shot selfies with the decapitated body of his…

World – Train tragedy

World – NBC fires Donald Trump over comments