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Stop hostile child marketing – researcher

 UWI health researcher Dr Alafia Samuels has slammed Government for allowing advertising messages into the classroom by way of branded teaching and learning…

Resolve business disputes here

Resolve business disputes here

Independent Senator Sir Trevor Carmichael wants a centre established here to provide alternative dispute resolution services to the commercial and international community. Speaking…

Let’s talk about abuse

Let’s talk about abuse

It is time to stop placing plasters over the “sore” of domestic violence and begin the search for the causes of the scourge…

Guns found at Port

Guns found at Port

A St Michael man appeared in the District ‘A’ No. 1 Magistrate court today following the discovery of guns and drugs in a…

Judgment pending in police promotions lawsuit

Judgment pending in police promotions lawsuit

A judgment is pending in the lawsuit brought against the Police Service Commission (PSC) and the Commissioner of Police over a number of…

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We present neither malice nor mischief in stating that keener attention needs to be paid to those who suggest that the leadership of the National Union of Public…

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On balancing freedom with responsibility

Common sense could end this ‘wrapper’ war

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‘Brightest Christmas’ with Colleen

‘Brightest Christmas’ with Colleen

The Barbados Light & Power Co. has announced the winner of its Brighten Your Christmas, 2015 promotion held in conjunction with The Caribbean LED Lighting…

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No resolution in sight

No resolution in sight

The prospect of West Indies sending a second-string team to the World T20 has increased after the sides failed to reach agreement in their contract impasse. WICB CEO…

Standoff

Standoff

With the International Cricket Council’s T20 World Cup just weeks away, a pay dispute has apparently developed between the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and the international players.…

Wanderers, Academy lead U-13 standings

Wanderers, Academy lead U-13 standings

Barbados Cricket Supplies (BCS) Under-13 Competition had its second century- maker during the fifth round of matches on Sunday. Playing at Bayfield, Nimar Bolden compiled a splendid unbeaten…

Taylor inspired by 2012 T20 win

Taylor inspired by 2012 T20 win

Captain of West Indies Women Stafanie Taylor says emulating the feat of four years ago of their male counterparts remains the focus ahead of next month’s ICC Women’s…

Elizabeth House are tops St Michael

Elizabeth House are tops St Michael

Elizabeth “Purple” House are the champions of the St Michael School’s inter-house sports held today at the National Stadium. They tallied a massive 1007 to dethrone 2015 champions…

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Fight on in St Michael East

Fight on in St Michael East

The temperature is rising in the St Michael East constituency where at least two candidates are seeking to carry flag for the incumbent Democratic Labour…

BLP gets Taan

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Financial sector holding its own

New Act will save lives: Lowe

Forde wants public debate

AG reports increase in domestic violence deaths

Lashley wants private hearings

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Ooh la la, some chocolate feast!

Ooh la la, some chocolate feast!

Though Saturday at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre represented the second Barbados Chocolate & Pastry Festival, it…

Xmas treat in Hilton pool . . .

HEALTH TODAY –– A stress-free Christmas!

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Voice is 2016 International Soca Monarch

Voice is 2016 International Soca Monarch

Newcomer Voice outclassed 20 competitors to win the 2016 International Soca Monarch title in Trinidad tonight.…

Ram and Hypasounds ready for Friday

DJ Brown proud of his third place

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TRINIDAD – Deadly stabbing

TRINIDAD – Deadly stabbing

PORT OF SPAIN –– A touch of madness, rage and arrogance was the recipe that led…

JAMAICA – Shooting at JLP rally

Transitional government to be installed in Haiti

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TAIWAN – Four rescued

TAIWAN – Four rescued

TAINAN — At least four people, including an eight-year-old girl, were rescued today from a high-rise…

INDIA – Leopard attack

WORLD – UN to meet after rocket launch