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August 30, 2014 - Sir Roy delivers final address to BWU conference He received a standing ovation and ... +++ August 30, 2014 - Man shot by police during drug raid A man has been shot by police after ... +++ August 30, 2014 - BWU reviews role in Social Partnership One of the key partners in the Soci ... +++ August 30, 2014 - Christ Church man killed A 24-year-old man is now dead after ... +++ August 30, 2014 - Millions being spent below the belt An average of 40 women are diagnose ... +++ August 30, 2014 - New secondary school on the way Work on a new secondary school is s ... +++ August 30, 2014 - Hockey fest ends today The committee for the Barbados Inte ... +++ August 30, 2014 - Dem not! swears Arthur Last month’s decision by former P ... +++ August 30, 2014 - Backing Colin He may not have a say either way on ... +++ August 30, 2014 - Arthur not joining the Dems He is currently sitting alone as an ... +++ webdesign
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When ‘world peace’ serves not everyone

War! What is it good for? Absolutely everything! Barbados’ foreign policy has historically been linked to the dictates of the United States in…

An act of charity not all that nice

Some people say it is a naively childish symbolism of wanting others to join you to do what appears good. Others, that it…

When our kids and caregivers all go missing

At least three times a month, in the last few months, the Royal Barbados Police Force has issued missing persons’ bulletins, asking the…

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Work on a new secondary school is set to begin within the next 12 months while several existing ones will be demolished and rebuilt on their existing sites.…

He may not have a say either way on who succeeds him in St Peter. But incumbent representative Owen Arthur has revealed that tourism executive Colin Jordan is…

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No giving it all up

No giving it all up

Dr Elizabeth Mary-Rose Ferdinand’s 35 years of service to Barbados’ public health has contributed to phenomenal changes and improvements to the island’s overall medical management…

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Hockey fest ends today

Hockey fest ends today

The committee for the Barbados International Hockey Festival has already began planning for next year’s event which the organisers say will be bigger and better. Chairman of the…

Respect due

Respect due

With an Englishman directing West Indies cricket and a South African tipped to take over as coach, former West Indies opener Gordon Greenidge has cited the disrespect shown…

No Bravo or Narine

There is no Dwayne Bravo or Sunil Narine in the West Indies 13-man squad named today for the first of two Test matches against Bangladesh starting on September…

Bynoe living her volleyball dream

Adrianne Bynoe is off to the United States on a volleyball scholarship. The 20-year-old, who recently received a full scholarship to the Seminole State College in Oklahoma, told Barbados…

Garrison win Flow tourney

Garrison win Flow tourney

Garrison Ballers are the champions of the 2014 Flow Basketball Youth Summer Tournament after defeating Bayland 65-56 in the final played at the Garfield Sobers Sports Complex today.…

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Dem not! swears Arthur

Last month’s decision by former Prime Minister Owen Arthur to quit the Opposition Barbados Labour Party has opened a whole new can of political worms,…

‘We can win!’

No DLP St Peter candidate as yet

DLP cautioned

Stuart’s vow

After Owen

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Dr Sebi on a mission to bring healing remedies to Bim

He’s known as the doctor who has cured people of AIDS, diabetes, cancer, leukemia, multiple sclerosis…

Men, get checked early!

Master carver

From Harvest to Home

A bajan’s collector paradise

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PM gets her way

PORT OF SPAIN – With a vote of 18 for and 12 against, the Constitution (Amendment)…

Death of infant shocks community

Law power!

CXC model

Ebola unit in place