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April 1, 2015 - Legal submissions continue in Sandiford-Garner case No evidence was led in the trial of ... +++ April 1, 2015 - Bajan swimmers ready for CARIFTA Four more days to go before Barbado ... +++ April 1, 2015 - Female footballers beaten Despite a brilliant goal from Barba ... +++ April 1, 2015 - Not budging The President of the Barbados Secon ... +++ April 1, 2015 - Former head of Miami office knocks Auditor General’s report The man who was responsible for the ... +++ April 1, 2015 - Telecoms minister satisfied with FTC decision With the merger of telecommunicatio ... +++ April 1, 2015 - Gun challenge The Crown has signaled its intentio ... +++ April 1, 2015 - IT’S WRONG! There are “sexual predators”, b ... +++ April 1, 2015 - Lifeline For Fidel Edwards, the decision to ... +++ webdesign
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No more Flow?

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Merger Approved!

Merger Approved!

It’s alarming!

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Freedom Of Information yet to be honoured

In the ruling Democratic Labour Party’s manifesto for the 2013 general election, political leader Prime Minister Freundel Stuart committed a re-elected DLP Government…

When our Govt becomes our problem

On more than one occasion this year, our Minister of Finance has had reason to warn that we are not yet out of…

A dark day in our politics

The standard of political debate in the Caribbean – indeed, the high standard of conduct which citizens rightly expect of persons elected to…

Mr Speaker, hell no from Mr Toppin

A history teacher with a love for literature and the English language walked one day into one of Barbados’ older secondary schools and,…

Mr Knight still bleeds in the street

We proffer that Barbados bears little resemblance to Philadelphia. Nor are the racial tensions that exist in Ferguson, Missouri, mirrored on these 166…

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No evidence was led in the trial of two men accused of robbing a Government senator of a cellular phone just over three years ago, when the case…

The man who was responsible for the Miami-based Liaison Office, which administers a hotel attachment programme for Barbadians in the United States, is defending the operations there. Last…

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Gun challenge

PSV driver off to jail for two weeks

Deceased fisherman died from a broken neck

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Adieu to Director

Adieu to Director

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart headed a gathering of mourners at the Church Of The Nazarene in Collymore Rock, St Michael, to bid adieu to popular…

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Bajan swimmers ready for CARIFTA

Bajan swimmers ready for CARIFTA

Four more days to go before Barbados host the 30th CARIFTA swimming championships at the Aquatic Center and head coach Antonio Petrolanda expects the home team which consist…

Female footballers beaten

Despite a brilliant goal from Barbados’ top striker Soraya Toppin-Herbert, a Combined Women’s Clubs team went down 2-1 to visitors St Catherine’s University from Minnesota, United States, at…

Lifeline

For Fidel Edwards, the decision to play for English county side Hampshire under the Kolpak system was an easy one, considering the fact that neither Barbados’ nor the…

Bim goes down in first two games

COSTA DEL SOL, El Salvador –– Barbados Beach Soccer team have lost their two opening matches in the CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship being held in El Salvador. Playing…

Upstaged

Upstaged

Last night was an occasion for upsets at the National Stadium as Direct TV Paradise, Klaytons Kola Tonic Notre Dame and Pride of Gall Hill all scored unlikely…

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Could it be a ploy?

Could it be a ploy?

Two leading political scientists are questioning the timing of Prime Minister Freundel Stuart’s announcement that he intends to complete the process of decolonization with the…

PM: Barbados to become a republic

Labour minister blasted for handling of Employment Rights Tribunal

Not true!

Sutherland: Government mismanaging NIS funds

Cash flow problems to continue

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COLUMN – Beating diabetes

Barbados can beat diabetes; and that’s no myth. Our health practitioners, armed with research, have been…

COLUMN – Benefits of that early PSA

More cheer to Xavier

Choose to live well

Today’s Fashion – Natural Hair

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UWI double jump

UWI double jump

Students at the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) put down their…

Praisefest stars are in

Party pooper

DOUBLE JUMP

Laughter and magic