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April 17, 2014 - No need for war There is no need for a trade war be ... +++ April 17, 2014 - Search on for missing boy Police are seeking the public’s a ... +++ April 17, 2014 - TEE THREAT One of Barbados’ oldest garment m ... +++ April 16, 2014 - $750,000 gap Local cement manufacturer Arawak Ce ... +++ April 16, 2014 - Sugar deal on the horizon There could be some light at the en ... +++ April 16, 2014 - ‘Apology what!’ Barbados is on the verge of losing ... +++ April 16, 2014 - BUT wants growth for teachers The Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT ... +++ April 16, 2014 - Two charged with fraud A Trinidadian visitor is waiting in ... +++ April 16, 2014 - Review coming for Employment Act The Employment Rights Act is to be ... +++ April 16, 2014 - Winning the snail battle It appears Barbados is winning the ... +++ webdesign
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LIAT troubles

LIAT troubles

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A ‘demigod’ worship out of control!

I would first like to again reiterate that I never killed Clive Williams nor did I order his killing. To my family I…

Comfort for a fool and a deceived?

If your brother or sister sins, go and point out their fault, just between the two of you.  –– Matthew 18:15    This…

Come safer cheques –– and balances

Another year, another annual Auditor General’s Report. Financial infelicities here, there and everywhere. Often the same ineptitude, indifference, indiscipline and, frankly speaking, pilfering are highlighted…

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Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing 15-year-old boy. Shaquille Oneal Mason, of Ellerton, St. George, was last seen about 7 pm on Monday at…

Crop Over is fast approaching, and our young women will be looking for the most stylish swimsuits as they hit the beaches. On Saturday night, Daresqué was launched…

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Busy as a bee

Easter fun for tiny tots

Barbados in danger of losing sugar crop, minister says

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Amazing Show

Amazing Show

Hundreds of screaming fans left Holders House in St James last night –– some in tears and overcome with emotion from seeing not one, but…

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Battle won

Barbados might have won the West Indies Cricket Board’s Regional First Class Tournament but coach Henderson Springer is not satisfied with their overall performance. The Kraigg Brathwaite-led Barbados…

Young players shine in Barbados Football Cup

Young players shine in Barbados Football Cup

Pinelands were on top of their game winning 3-0 over Paradise in one of the main matches of the Barbados Football Cup tournament played at the Weymouth Grounds…

Netball woes

Netball woes

One of the region’s netball pioneers, Kathy Harper-Hall, is dissatisfied with the standard of the Caribbean’s major female sport. And she bemoans the fact that while Jamaica continue…

Balmy Beach to take on Bajans

Rubgy may not be the first sport that comes to mind when one thinks of sports tourism in Barbados. Nevertheless the sport is playing its part to promote…

14 chosen for Karate tourney

The International Shotokan Federation of Barbados has selected the national squad to represent the island at the upcoming 12th ISKF Pan-American Karate Championships in Vallarta Mexico from August…

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CARICOM reacts to ANR Robinson’s passing

CARICOM reacts to ANR Robinson’s passing

The Caribbean Community has lost one of its truly great sons who will always be remembered for his historic role at the landmark Grand Anse…

Work together to build together – Mottley

Opposition: Take a stand on Estwick plan

‘Lammie’ Craig a “political giant”

‘Lammie’ Craig dies

HR shortfall

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All Saints’ hats ahoy!

All Saints’ hats ahoy!

The All Saints’ Primary School Blossoms and Brownie packs held their inaugural Easter Bonnet Competition And…

10 Saints’ own day

Holy Saints!


Tots go back in time

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‘Too’ daring Latoya

‘Too’ daring Latoya

Latoya Daniel’s personal style has been described by some as “too” – too extra, too daring,…

Movie hiring 250 Bajans

No ‘watering down’ of Crop Over

The place to be

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Million-dollar problem

Million-dollar problem

Family of young Jamaican woman killed in Barbados say they can’t afford to fly her body…

Are we really ready to decriminalize?

$9 million HIV error

Asafa gets 18-month ban

Kartel jailed for life