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More than a carnival –– and minister

Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles? Even so every good tree bringeth…

This curious babbling of the WICB

The West Indies Cricket Board –– similar to Shivnarine Chanderpaul –– is not getting any younger. But the babble emanating from the mouths…

Of genteel women and ‘scabbicals’

There was a time in Barbados –– and that was not so long ago –– when secondary school girls and young women carried…

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…

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Ahead of the June 1 official start of the 2015 Atlantic hurricane season, forecasters are predicting a below average season. However, Executive Director of the Caribbean Disaster Emergency…

A teenager who returned to court today to see whether he would be granted bail, got his wish. However, acting Magistrate Alliston Seale did not grant Shaquille O’Neal…

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4,500 plus in Chefette Fun Run

Over 4,500 supporters of the Chefette Fun Run came out on Sunday for the biggest charity event so far for the year. Every year, this…

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Glorious win for Charles F. Broome

People’s Cathedral suffered another defeat yesterday when they went down 3-0 to Charles F. Broome as action in the Bico-sponsored National Sports Council’s Primary Schools Football Tournament continued…

Spent force

Not everyone believes Shivnarine Chanderpaul should be given an opportunity to bow out of international cricket against the touring Australians. In fact, legendary West Indian fast bowler and…

Blatter best for CONCACAF, says Lashley

Since yesterday’s startling events unearthed widespread corruption in football’s world governing body, FIFA, there have been widespread calls for its president Sepp Blatter to resign. But don’t add…

Barbados Tridents lose Ontong

Justin Ontong, the South Africa batsman, has been ruled out of the upcoming Caribbean Premier League after requiring operation to a damaged cartilage on his knee. He was…

St Gabriel’s win again

St Gabriel’s win again

St Gabriel’s striker Ryan Lashley continues to impress in the BICO-sponsored National Sports Council’s Primary Schools Football Tournament. Today at Briar Hall, Christ Church, the promising youngster scored…

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One touch saves a life

Almost daily technology is revolutionizing our world and particularly in the health sector, medical devices are…

Art as therapy for cancer

COLUMN – Asthma –– will happen but can be treated

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Give back year for House of Soca

Sweet social commentary, wholesome calypso, good entertainment and a bellyful of laughs: this is some of…

Fresh changes to Crop Over

COLUMN – Gospelfest –– all go on Sunday!

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Antigua – Charlie blamed for child faintings

ST JOHN’S –– A group of students attending Jennings Secondary School (JSS), who were allegedly playing…

Guyana – Charge him!

Jamaica – ‘Turn blind eye’