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We truly wish Guyana the best of luck!

Of the 15 countries that make up the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Guyana stands out as having tremendous but untapped development potential. The cooperative…

Keeping class wear where it duly belongs

Quite recently, our teachers have been in the news –– their merits and demerits; their position (on matters like the SBAs) against the…

Whodunnit? . . . And why? . . . And how?

 The tragic death of 12-year-old Shemar Patrick Weekes last Thursday, and the investigation into the circumstances of his demise have raised another issue,…

Time to stop the madness among PSVs!

Have readers been observing what we have been? The emergence of a worrying trend, in the past few months, where it seems that…

Painful lesson from St Lucy child tragedy

The suspected suicide of 12-year-old Shamar Weekes, occurring in the midst of the annual observance of Child Month, has sent shockwaves through the…

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The defeat of the Labour Party in the May 7 general elections in the United Kingdom does not mean Barbados is off the UK radar when it comes…

A call has been made for more students at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, to not only learn Chinese, but study the country’s culture…

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Here’s 50 to Springer Memorial!

Most times, the brilliance of the wood fire comes from the effort of fanning, and not from any sudden strong rush of wind. The Springer…

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More BAPPSS pressure on BCA

After boycotting all matches involving school teams in Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) competitions at the start of the 2015 domestic season last weekend due to a selection issue,…

Masters football gets underway

The 19th annual Barbados International Masters Football Festival promises to be an exciting affair with lots of festivities. One of the organizers Paul Wright said 32 teams would…

Netball battle

Netball battle

What next? That’s seems to be the question surrounding the controversy of player eligibility, between Blackman and Gollop and the National Sports Council (NSC), in the ongoing 2015…

Fees humbug

Fees humbug

Extortion! That’s how a director of the Barbados Rifle and Pistol Federation, Ronald Sargeant, has described Government’s imposition of permit fees for equipment used in the sport of…

Severe beating for Pinelands

Severe beating for Pinelands

Direct TV Paradise dished out one of the more severe beatings in the 2015 Digicel-sponsored Barbados Football Association’s Premier League season Thursday night when they trounced Solaris Pinelands 8-0…

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Abrahams: Blame CHIKV outbreak on Lowe

Abrahams: Blame CHIKV outbreak on Lowe

Opposition Senator Wilfred Abrahams has charged that a Sanitation Service Authority (SSA) decision to change maintenance contractors for its fleet of garbage trucks is behind…

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