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October 20, 2014 - Well-deserved win It had all the ingredients of a com ... +++ October 20, 2014 - Barbados beaten by Haiti in football Barbados suffered defeat  in their ... +++ October 20, 2014 - Soccer Academy win big The Barbados Soccer Academy (BSA) s ... +++ October 20, 2014 - Two injured during aggravated robbery A father and son are warded at the ... +++ October 20, 2014 - Changes in petroleum prices Barbadians are now paying a bit mor ... +++ October 19, 2014 - Jordan promises effective representation Hotel executive Colin Jordan accept ... +++ October 19, 2014 - Jordan gets the nod Tourism consultant Colin Jordan has ... +++ October 19, 2014 - Foundation launched to aid marginalized residents   A foundation was formally la ... +++ October 19, 2014 - BCCI considers multi-million dollar claim against WICB   The Board of Control for Cri ... +++ October 19, 2014 - Mara’s disappointment The widow of the late Prime Ministe ... +++ webdesign
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A toast to the Orans

A toast to the Orans

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Again it’s the cricket that suffers

How complicated this summer game of flannelled fools has become. Cricket’s age of innocence has long passed. The big bucks escaped Headley, Weekes,…

We make ourselves their meal

We Barbadians are a dirty lot. And it comes as no surprise that cases of chikungunya are on the rise and perhaps destined…

Clear and present danger

While one might be able to pray or talk one’s way into paradise, it is highly unlikely that expressions of confidence and statements…

Where millions equal peas and soap

Eleven years ago a number of interesting determinations related to sentencing came out of Barbados’ Court of Appeal in the matter of the…

BCA’s noise echoes its silence

In conversation with scientist Baron von Humboldt in the early 19th century President Thomas Jefferson is reputed to have said that when a…

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Tourism consultant Colin Jordan has received the official nod to represent the St Peter constituency on the Barbados Labour Party (BLP) ticket in the next general election. Just…

It is now official. Barbadian trailblazers Dame Maizie Barker-Welch and Dame Billie Miller now have honourary doctorates from the University of the West Indies. Dame Maizie, a women’s rights…

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Sir George: UWI is here to stay

Motorcade cancelled

Fire destroys three houses, damages others

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Never too young

Never too young

He stepped up to the church podium, the congregation of over 100 –– made up of Government officials, educators, teachers and peers –– looked up,…

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Well-deserved win

It had all the ingredients of a competitive final. Come-from-behind draws, surprising wins and clinical finishing in the end-game. In the end St Martin’s popped the champagne to…

Barbados beaten by Haiti in football

Barbados suffered defeat  in their Caribbean Football Union U17 Finals Group A match yesterday, going down 2-0 to hosts Haiti at the Sylvio Cator Stadium. Barbados were on…

Soccer Academy win big

The Barbados Soccer Academy (BSA) started the Super League Soccer Tournament with a 5-0 win over Road View over the weekend at the Mahaica grounds in Speightstown, St…

Players blame WICB for crisis

DHARAMSALA – The West Indies players have said the WICB was responsible for the decision to pull out of their ongoing tour of India because of a dispute…


DHARAMSALA –– West Indies cricket was thrown into disarray once again with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) reporting today that the Windies’ tour to…

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Ready to serve

Ready to serve

“I have always been the type of person to give back to the society which nurtured me, and I am not planning to change that anytime…

Arthur’s influence

Late to the party

Dem not! swears Arthur

Backing Colin

Arthur not joining the Dems

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Cuba the remedy?

  As Chikungunya and dengue cases continue to pile up in Barbados and the rest of…

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Get moving to a longer life!

On avoiding Alzheimer’s

100% Bajan chef

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Music for money

Gospel music is again being used to raise tens of thousands of dollars for worthy causes.…

Mylon: No giving up

Ram the music man

Full house for the Corner

Spoken word surge