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SOL employee arrested at Bridgetown Port

Police have arrested and charged a SOL employee at the Bridgetown Port with three drug offences. Fifty-seven-year-old bunker crewman Frank Jefferson Wiltshire of…

Shooting victim dies

Shooting victim dies

  Police say Valdine Hinds, the 57 year old resident of Carrington Village, St Michael, who was shot in the head whilst travelling along…

Get your house in order, warns minister

Get your house in order, warns minister

Local entrepreneurs must be prepared to pay their fair share of taxes and to contribute to the National Insurance Scheme (NIS), warns Minister…

Husbands not aware of any teachers’ dispute

Husbands not aware of any teachers’ dispute

Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Education Senator Harry Husbands has challenged both teachers’ unions to explain what their dispute with the ministry…

Jones should go one way or the other, says Hinkson

Jones should go one way or the other, says Hinkson

Opposition Member of Parliament for St James North Edmund Hinkson has supported a call by the Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT) for Minister…

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Listen to your father who begot you, and do not despise your mother when she is old. –– Proverbs 23:22. The spike in negative reporting and commentary on…

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Of ayes, nays, absenteeisms and abstentions

Heavy cross of Education Minister Jones

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Reggae cum soca and dancehall

Reggae cum soca and dancehall

Reggae On The Beach or Dancehall On The Beach? Maybe, it’s time the promoters of the Digicel Barbados Reggae On The Beach consider a name…

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Sports facility named after Windies captain

Sports facility named after Windies captain

Stafanie Taylor, captain of West Indies Women, has described as “special” the plans by Sports Minister Olivia Grange to have the Eltham High School sports facility renamed theStafanie…

Back in Time are Masters champions

Back in Time are Masters champions

Co-operators General Insurance Back in Time won the inaugural SuperMasters 50+ football tournament with a hard fought 3-1 win against Exactly at Carlton on Sunday. Back in Time…

Chart change-up

Chart change-up

In the latest Twenty20 International update, ICC World Twenty20 2016 semi-finalists New Zealand have stormed up the chart to claim number one position for the first time. Kane…

Bond ball

Bond ball

The dearth of proper indoor facilities for most sports in Barbados has been brought into sharp focus with the Barbados Amateur Basketball Association being forced to take their…

Pollard’s a wanted man

Pollard’s a wanted man

CAPE TOWN, South Africa – West Indies power hitter Kieron Pollard is set to re-join the Cape Cobras in South Africa’s Ram Slam T20 Challenge scheduled to be…

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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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Extra For You, Mum!

Extra For You, Mum!

Mothers will receive an extra special treat this Sunday at the annual Mum, This One’s For…

Organisers revert to original Crop Over dates

B’dos on board with JetBlue

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CAYMAN ISLANDS – Genetically altered mosquitoes to be released

CAYMAN ISLANDS – Genetically altered mosquitoes to be released

GEORGE TOWN –– Genetically engineered mosquitoes will be released across Grand Cayman in the coming year, starting…

TRINIDAD – Abortion debate

Antigua confirms first Zika case

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KENYA – Survivors pulled from rubble after six days

KENYA – Survivors pulled from rubble after six days

NAIROBI –– Four people have been rescued from the ruins of a residential building in Kenya’s capital,…

CANADA –Fire worsens

CHINA – Baby born with 31 fingers and toes