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To academic freedom, or to bondage?

A common criticism levelled against the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI), in recent years, is that its…

On holding court outside the box . . .

A disturbing state of affairs that has reportedly been a problem for decades recently came to the fore in the magistrates’ courts once…

Shall we punish our Mr Stuart with laughter?

It is said that Josef Stalin so detested the criticisms of Leon Trotsky, that in officially commissioned books he had Trotsky referred to…

Legal repute that’s worthy of defending

A good name is more desirable than great riches. –– Proverbs 22:1. A good reputation is the most precious asset a person or…

Soft cry for respect, peace and justice

The muffled sounds of grief emanating from the widow of Selwyn Knight, as she clung to loved ones at the District “A” Magistrates’…

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What started out as a regular visit to the village shop turned tragic around 5:45p.m. for a household in Broomefield #1, St Lucy yesterday afternoon when 40-year-old Wayne…

Unbeaten half-centuries from England captain Alastair Cook and Gary Ballance propelled the visitors to a convincing nine-wicket victory over the West Indies just minutes ago at the National…

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Barbados and Panama set to strengthen ties

UPDATE – England set 143 for victory

Sir Hilary hailed for outstanding work in US

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Gifts and honour to CARIFTA team

Gifts and honour to CARIFTA team

Barbados TODAY’S Touch Outreach Programme continued today with the saluting of the Barbados CARIFTA Games team on their astounding achievements. BT Sales Manager David Wiliams…

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Panel to review WICB governance

Panel to review WICB governance

CARICOM and the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) have agreed to establish a panel to conduct a review of the governance structure of the Board. This was the…

UPDATE – Cook, Ballance put England on course for victory.

UPDATE – Cook, Ballance put England on course for victory.

England captain Alastair Cook and Gary Ballance have built a steady half-century partnership to set them on course for victory on the final day of the second Test…

Wildey gets cricket sponsorship

Wildey gets cricket sponsorship

The Wildey Sports & Cultural Club will be the new boys in the Barbados Cricket Association’s (BCA) 2015 Elite Division, which bowls off next month, and will also…

Campbell no longer women’s head coach

Campbell no longer women’s head coach

Barbadian Sherwin Campbell is no longer the head coach of the West Indies women’s team. Speaking to Barbados TODAY briefly last night, the 44-year-old Campbell, a former West…

Brathwaite falls, Windies slip closer to defeat

Brathwaite falls, Windies slip closer to defeat

A three-wicket burst by pacer James Anderson in the morning session of today’s final day has put England in firm control of the second Test. Starting the day…

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$10 million facelift for DLP headquarters

The Executive Council of the ruling Democratic Labour Party (DLP) has given the green light to construction of a new three-storey headquarters building at George…

Hinkson calls on Govt to explain welfare policy

Abed: Referendum needed

Leading businessmen say vote buying still a concern

Minister says country 49 years late in going republic

Viva Fidel!

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COLUMN – Neesha on high note in SVG

Barbadian Christian recording artist Neesha Woodz is now in St Vincent and the Grenadines to perform…

This Party to Wendell’s memory

Soca vet bloody ready!

Oh, walk with me for OTT!

Mavado seeking bajan family