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Body of deceased man washes ashore

The body of 69-year-old Edwin Atherley, who reportedly drowned off the Ermie Bourne Highway, St Joseph yesterday, has washed ashore along the east coast…

UPDATE: Police probe unnatural death

UPDATE: Police probe unnatural death

Lawmen are continuing investigations into the circumstances surrounding the death of 60-year-old Andrew Thompson. Thompson’s body was discovered around 7 a.m. today near an unfinished house at Balls’…

Jamaican remanded to Dodds

Jamaican remanded to Dodds

A 26-year-old Jamaican national has been remanded to Dodds prison until May 26 on a charge of causing serious bodily harm, following an altercation…

Scores pay final respects at funeral for Eli Edwards

Scores pay final respects at funeral for Eli Edwards

Chief Justice Sir Marston Gibson headed a list of dignitaries who packed the Calvary Moravian Church on Roebuck Street, The City, today to…

BLP saddened by Atherley’s death

BLP saddened by Atherley’s death

The Barbados Labour Party has expressed sadness at the news of the drowning of Edwin Atherley in the sea off the Ermie Bourne…

Technical glitch affects Vintage Reggae show

Technical glitch affects Vintage Reggae show

Technical difficulties brought last night’s Digicel Vintage Reggae and Dance to a standstill for nearly an hour. Minutes into the performance of Jamaican…

Police probe unnatural death

Police probe unnatural death

Police are on the scene of an unnatural death in Balls Land, Christ Church. Lawmen say that the body of a man was…

Former BCC Registrar dies

Former BCC Registrar dies

A former Registrar of the Barbados Community College (BCC), Sydney Arthur, has died after a prolonged illness. He was a “firm and knowledgeable…

Mia’s warning to party faithful

Mia’s warning to party faithful

Barbados Labour Party (BLP) Leader Mia Mottley is warning party faithful against equating large turnout at events to certain victory at the polls.…



Editorial View all

Reggae promoters Al Gilkes, Freddie Hill et al, owe this country an explanation; better yet an apology. And for those who attended last weekend’s Digicel Reggae Beach Party…

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A case for more enemies of the state

Waiting for Dr Estwick to take a stand



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The colours of a woman

The colours of a woman

When you look at a woman, what do you see? Another human being or a sex object? This was the question that a recent exhibition…

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Much at stake in chess battles

Much at stake in chess battles

The opening round of the 2017 BOA Heroes Day Masters saw some intense battles among the players in this section yesterday. Non-titled players are seeking seven points out…

CFU president facing ban

CFU president facing ban

Caribbean football is facing further strife after the sport’s world governing body, FIFA, announced yesterday that its ethics committee had opened a formal case against Caribbean Football Union president,…

Brace keeps Husbands in touch with leaders

Brace keeps Husbands in touch with leaders

Multiple-time Woodbine champion Patrick Husbands rode a double on Friday’s nine-race card to keep pace with the leaders in the early stages of the new meet at the…

T&T to face Barbados in Women’s Regional Super50 final

T&T to face Barbados in Women’s Regional Super50 final

Defending champions Trinidad and Tobago will meet Barbados in Sunday’s final of the Women’s Regional Super50 after toppling home-side Windward Islands by eight wickets in Kingstown on Friday.…

Wales triumph over Brittons Hill 

Wales triumph over Brittons Hill 

by Anmar Goodridge-Boyce Neighborhood Care Pharmacy Weymouth Wales kept up the pressure on Premier League leaders Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme as goals from Romario Harewood and Stefan…

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Sharpening skills through competitions

Before we move on to our next topic, I have to clarify some questions that were…

Chemistry students wow with special creations

A space for artists

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Konshens eyes exciting future

Konshens eyes exciting future

Back in 2008, Konshens, then a budding Jamaican dancehall artiste, vowed he was going to be…

New music from Elan Trotman

Storytelling in a rumshop

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PAR victorious in Curacao elections

PAR victorious in Curacao elections

The Partido Alternativa Real (PAR) led by its new political leader Eugene Rhuggenaath was Saturday declared the biggest winner…

Downpours ruin spring harvest in beleaguered southwest Haiti

Jamaican lawyers on U.S. radar in lotto scamming

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North Korea in another ‘failed’ missile launch

North Korea in another ‘failed’ missile launch

North Korea has test-fired another ballistic missile, South Korean and US military officials say. The missile…

Trump fears ‘major, major conflict’ with North Korea

Protesters storm Macedonia parliament