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April 18, 2014 - Sugar workers back on the job tomorrow Production at the island’s lo ... +++ April 18, 2014 - Housing project kicks off The Barbados Union of Teachers’ ( ... +++ April 18, 2014 - Bank glitches no cause for fraud worry The banking system in Barbados is r ... +++ April 18, 2014 - More secure Barbadians’ deposits in credit un ... +++ April 18, 2014 - BUT elections go high-tech The Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT ... +++ April 18, 2014 - Dragsters hitting the road on Saturday Street-legal vehicles only for “T ... +++ April 18, 2014 - Job cuts yet The private sector is being hit by ... +++ April 18, 2014 - WALK HOLY As Bajans look to a range of activi ... +++ April 18, 2014 - Sugar strike ends A deal has been signed to get Portv ... +++ April 18, 2014 - Sugar deal! There’s finally been a deal s ... +++ webdesign
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Spending time with the Master

And he cometh unto the disciples, and findeth them asleep, and saith unto Peter, What, could ye not watch with me one hour?…

A ‘demigod’ worship out of control!

I would first like to again reiterate that I never killed Clive Williams nor did I order his killing. To my family I…

Comfort for a fool and a deceived?

If your brother or sister sins, go and point out their fault, just between the two of you.  –– Matthew 18:15    This…

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The Barbados Union of Teachers’ (BUT) multimillion-dollar housing project is expected to begin in a few weeks, seven years after it was announced. The $20 million project, which…

The private sector is being hit by more layoffs. Just how many more Barbadians will go on the breadline is still unclear, but Barbados Workers’ Union general secretary…

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Still no settlement

Home for the homeless

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Amazing Show

Amazing Show

Hundreds of screaming fans left Holders House in St James last night –– some in tears and overcome with emotion from seeing not one, but…

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Football showdown

Football showdown

The stage is now set for an exciting finale to the 2014 Barbados Football Cup at the National Stadium tomorrow. Several teams have booked their places in the…

Churches taking the track

Six major evangelical churches from across the island will come together to challenge each other for the Kindred Sports Challenge Trophy at the National Stadium on April 21.…

Foul Cup

All is not well with the Barbados Football Cup which goes into its final stages tomorrow. And director George LasCaris has attributed the problems experienced over the past few days…

Battle won

Barbados might have won the West Indies Cricket Board’s Regional First Class Tournament but coach Henderson Springer is not satisfied with their overall performance. The Kraigg Brathwaite-led Barbados…

Young players shine in Barbados Football Cup

Young players shine in Barbados Football Cup

Pinelands were on top of their game winning 3-0 over Paradise in one of the main matches of the Barbados Football Cup tournament played at the Weymouth Grounds…

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CARICOM reacts to ANR Robinson’s passing

CARICOM reacts to ANR Robinson’s passing

The Caribbean Community has lost one of its truly great sons who will always be remembered for his historic role at the landmark Grand Anse…

Work together to build together – Mottley

Opposition: Take a stand on Estwick plan

‘Lammie’ Craig a “political giant”

‘Lammie’ Craig dies

HR shortfall

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All Saints’ hats ahoy!

All Saints’ hats ahoy!

The All Saints’ Primary School Blossoms and Brownie packs held their inaugural Easter Bonnet Competition And…

10 Saints’ own day

Holy Saints!


Tots go back in time

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‘Extra’ style of swimwear

‘Extra’ style of swimwear

Crop Over is fast approaching, and our young women will be looking for the most stylish…

Busy as a bee

Easter fun for tiny tots

‘Too’ daring Latoya

Movie hiring 250 Bajans

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Million-dollar problem

Million-dollar problem

Family of young Jamaican woman killed in Barbados say they can’t afford to fly her body…

Are we really ready to decriminalize?

$9 million HIV error

Asafa gets 18-month ban

Kartel jailed for life