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Business

Attorney: Cash on its way out

Beware of fraud

Beware of fraud

Boost for BIMAP

Small business the answer

Small business the answer

Barbados signs FATCA agreement

Barbados signs FATCA agreement

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Shall it be sweet 16, or a mature 18?

Most parents expect –– as they should –– to be involved in every aspect of their children’s lives, particularly when those children are…

They who dropped that ball!

The deafening silence from the Employment Rights Tribunal, still to adjudicate the controversial dismissal of close to 200 workers of the National Conservation…

Not so sweet in Cabinet these days

It was interesting to hear all the talk this past week about sugar and its proposed multimillion-dollar revitalization plan, especially since it would…

When the customer is no longer king or queen

In a week in which the Fair Trading Commission (FTC) issued a rather conservative –– others would say flaky –– ruling on sand,…

What picture for us and our visitors?

The Government’s boast is that 15,000 cruise ship passengers will descend upon Bridgetown on Independence Day, a  brandished sign of greater things to…

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The Barbados Family Planning Association (BFPA) is throwing its full support behind efforts to rationalize the age of sexual consent with the age of access to services. BFPA’s…

Minister of the Environment Dr Denis Lowe is not the most popular man today in the local gay and lesbian community. In fact, they are calling for his…

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Precision strike action continues

Robbery accused remanded

Dismissed NCC workers protest

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Cuatro maestro on the hunt

Cuatro maestro on the hunt

Renowned and award-winning cuatro player Raul Landaeta is in Barbados to discover fresh talent. Actually, this week, the Venezuelan has been teaching Barbadians how to play…

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Rain has final say

Wesley Hall Primary and Milton Lynch Primary fans will have to wait until next week to see which team will advance to the semi-final round of the Herman…

Barbados to benefit from Liverpool partnership

Barbados to benefit from Liverpool partnership

The recently formed Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc (BTMI) has made its first major sports kick. As part of its efforts to boost its sports tourism portfolio, the BTMI…

HC rules pool

HC rules pool

National swimmers Nkosi Dunwoody and Danielle Titus produced top performances as Harrison College crowned themselves Secondary Inter-School Swimming Champions yesterday. Both swimmers tallied 54 points to dominate the…

Skinner shines

Skinner shines

Combermere sixth form student Raheem Skinner staved off stiff competition from Jonathan Jones of Coleridge & Parry to win the National Sports Council’s (NSC) cross country senior boys’…

Laughing stock

Legendary batsman Brian Lara has described West Indies cricket as “a laughing stock”, in the wake of the last month’s abandoned tour of India and the subsequent bickering…

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Feuding BLP MPs could settle out of court

An out-of-court settlement may be in sight in the case in which Opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) St Andrew MP George Payne is claiming damages…

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BLP battle on

Opposition calls on Sinckler to step down

Forde stays as BLP’s second vice-chairman

Government beware!

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Culinary skills on show

Culinary skills on show

Culinary Arts took center stage today when the National Independence Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA) held…

Fighting for his life

Team Mikey in cancer fight

Encouraging the culinary arts

Making miracles happen

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In black and white

Arlette St Hill has been a prominent player in the Barbadian artscape for many years, as…

Bill Cosby fallout continues

Faith’s music future

Artistry show to be the biggest yet

Boys reppin’ Bim proudly