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October 3, 2015 - WICB pays tribute to Steve Camacho The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB ... +++ October 3, 2015 - “Respect the Sign” The Barbados Council for the Disabl ... +++ October 3, 2015 - Aguero scores five goals for Man City Sergio Aguero scored five goals in ... +++ October 3, 2015 - A family mourns In his final moments, Jamal Worrell ... +++ October 3, 2015 - Cruise passenger jailed for marijuana An American cruise passenger who ha ... +++ October 3, 2015 - Mind the Gap A St Lawrence Gap nightclub operato ... +++ October 3, 2015 - Focus on tertiary institutions during Education Month Tertiary level education will be a ... +++ October 3, 2015 - Windies women fifth Cricket’s world governing body, t ... +++ October 3, 2015 - Clarke gives back to academy Ian Clarke, former member of the Ba ... +++ webdesign
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EU cash for HR programme

Heart attack

Heart attack

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Reparations campaign faces uphill

During a visit to Jamaica earlier this week, Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron poured cold water on calls from Britain’s former Caribbean colonies…

Of folly and faux pas –– and forgiveness

Our history is replete with instances of human faux pas. Some have been more serious than others. Many have occurred as a result…

Exclusion on the grounds of their age?!

It is an issue which is hardly ever discussed in any great detail in public fora such as the popular daily talk shows.…

In hot water beats in no water at all

The daily barrage of complaints to local call-in programmes, and the repeated images of irate residents pleading for water trucks to visit their…

Fixing the politics and economics

This week, there were two separate calls –– one directly, the other indirectly, and made within hours of each other –– for fundamental…

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An American cruise passenger who had cannabis while on board the ship in the Bridgetown Port took a detour yesterday. Instead of cruising, Christopher James Sarette, 31, will…

Tertiary level education will be a key focus of Education Month 2015 which runs from October 1 to November 4. Acting Chief Education Officer Karen Best announced this…

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Parents could pay for children’s ‘sins’

No comfort

Trailblazer Job hailed

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Cheers and tears for Mahalia’s Betty!

Cheers and tears for Mahalia’s Betty!

It was standing ovations, cheers, and tears last Sunday night in the ballroom of Hilton Barbados when Mahalia’s Corner continued its fifth season. Betty Payne…

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Windies women fifth

Cricket’s world governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC), has launched its official women’s team rankings with West Indies installed at number five on the table. The rankings…

Clarke gives back to academy

Ian Clarke, former member of the Barbados Soccer Academy, recently presented a quantity of soccer balls to the Barbados Soccer Academy’s under-nine age football team. Clarke was one…

Duminy dominates

JP Duminy smashed 68 from 34 balls to help South Africa to a seven-wicket win over India in the first T20 international of three, at Dharamsala today. Rohit…

Frost not cold

Frost not cold

Former Barbados Davis Cup player Bernard Frost has secured a place in the semi-final round of the 2015 SOL Open and ITF Grade 5 Senior/Super Seniors National contest…

BFA loyalty

BFA loyalty

The Barbados Football Association (BFA) will only review its support of Michel Platini to be the new FIFA boss if he is found guilty of corruption. That was…

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Meek and mild

Meek and mild

Those persons who attended this evening’s Barbados Labour Party (BLP) nomination meeting at the St Christopher Primary School in anticipation of a fiery speech from…

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Strangers to the truth

In her favour

Arthur: Small business must think big

Cause for concern!

Dr Agard a no-show at BLP meeting

No surrender!

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Family picking up pieces left by Erika

Ask anyone from Bath Estate and surrounding communities –– in Saint George, Dominica –– where the…

Health and sneakers at West Terrace

Big Apple crowds take to Q

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What a feeling

What a feeling

For five straight years they waited for this day. And the rough and unfriendly sea would…

Celebrating Barbadianess

Samaritans to school kids’ cause

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Guyana’s government emergency fund at critical stage

GEORGETOWN –– The Contingencies Fund, an account set aside under the laws of Guyana for the…

BAHAMAS – Caught off guard

Still much to be done in Dominica

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BRITAIN – Young terror mastermind jailed for life

LONDON –– A police officer beheaded in broad daylight on one of the most solemn days…

OREGON – Christians the target

INDIA – Toddler charged with theft