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July 31, 2015 - Sprint queen STOCKHOLM, Sweden –– Shelly-Ann ... +++ July 31, 2015 - Conductor free to go A wounding matter against a route t ... +++ July 31, 2015 - Over to CCJ The Trinidad-based Caribbean Court ... +++ July 31, 2015 - Full force As Crop Over 2015 enters the last l ... +++ July 31, 2015 - Inniss sees positive side to garbage pile ups More than two weeks after Sanitatio ... +++ July 31, 2015 - Third time with weed If a Civilian Road, Bush Hall, St M ... +++ July 31, 2015 - $4M facelift restoration A project has been launched to rest ... +++ July 31, 2015 - BRA scrutiny The Barbados Revenue Authority (BRA ... +++ July 31, 2015 - Undaunted If David can take down Goliath, so ... +++ webdesign
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GDP not everything

Going up!

Going up!

BIDC/NUPW settlement?

BIDC/NUPW settlement?

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#BTEditorial – How safe indeed are our homes?

Chartered structural engineer –– and, we may add, social activist –– Grenville Phillips II just recently advised that many modern storeyed houses across…

EDITORIAL – When comedy is surely not very funny

 The 20th century inventor and author Richard “Bucky” Fuller once said that human beings always did the most intelligent thing, but only after they…

We in media can’t let our guard down

We all know the feeling. You are at the end of a long journey; your flight has landed and all you want to…

Editorial – Of therapeutic value is our Crop Over!

There is no disputing life in Barbados has become more challenging with all the attendant stresses in recent years. It stems largely from…

In the public interest – and much more!

For sure, there are times when we will make decisions that will upset some readers and we will stand by them, even in…

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A wounding matter against a route taxi conductor was dismissed yesterday after the accused made a submission before Magistrate Douglas Frederick. Jerry Brian Taylor of Keiser Hill, Christ…

The Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), Barbados’ highest appellate court, is to rule on how far police witnesses can go in giving evidence before the local law…

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Inniss sees positive side to garbage pile ups

Third time with weed

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Tiffany cakes for the sweet-toothed

Tiffany cakes for the sweet-toothed

Baking has always been her passion. Tiffany Hunte, of Vineyard, St Philip, has started to live her dream, having operated her Visions Of Sugar home-based…

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Sprint queen

STOCKHOLM, Sweden –– Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce swept to victory in the Stockholm Diamond League 100m today with a 10.93 seconds triumph which sent out a powerful message to her…


If David can take down Goliath, so too can the senior Barbados netball team which has been placed in pool A with big guns Australia and New Zealand…

Bajan U19s defeat Canada

A century by Leniko Boucher led Barbados to a 151-run victory over Canada in the sixth and penultimate round of the WICB Under-19 One-day Championship at Manchester High…

Hinkson off to the US

Barbados Soccer Academy (BSA) member Carl Hinkson will fly off to Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville tomorrow to take up a football scholarship. Hinkson, who just concluded his studies…

‘Voice of racing’ Sir Peter O’Sullevan passes away at 97

Former BBC racing commentator Sir Peter O’Sullevan –– dubbed the Voice of Racing –– has died at home in London after a long illness, aged 97. An icon…

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Verbal battle over Credit Suisse escalates

Verbal battle over Credit Suisse escalates

The angry war of words between Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler and Opposition Leader Mia Mottley over the servicing of an approximately $88 million loan…

Lie, what lie?

Follow our past leaders, says MP

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No snap elections

Stuart vows to protect country’s interest

Government urged to pay attention

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COLUMN – Fit for the road

With the annual Crop Over Festival currently in full swing, by now most revelers would have…

COLUMN – A safer way to smoke?

COLUMN – Herbal remedy

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Soca Royale on tonight

The highly anticipated Soca Royale competition is on this evening, with a total of 14 artistes…

Accra for beachwear, lounger and rum punch

Stop the Kadooment slide, please!

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Memo issued by Special Branch not a fake

PORT OF SPAIN –– Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams has confirmed that the memo issued…

TRINIDAD – Probing the PM

TRINIDAD – Prison escapee ‘Monster’ facing several indictments

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OHIO – Cop pleads not guilty

CINCINNATI — A University of Cincinnati police officer who shot a motorist after stopping him over…

GEORGIA – Confederate flags found on floor of church

JERUSALEM – Six stabbed at gay parade in Jerusalem