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May 27, 2015 - NUPW to decide on next move The National Union of Public Worker ... +++ May 27, 2015 - Woman charged with gun discovery The young woman charged in connecti ... +++ May 27, 2015 - Two on remand for fraud Two people have been remanded to p ... +++ May 27, 2015 - Teen charged with carnival shooting A teenager has been charged in con ... +++ May 27, 2015 - Warner: I’m innocent   Jack Warner has plead his innoc ... +++ May 27, 2015 - Move on! Despite calls by the umbrella Congr ... +++ May 27, 2015 - SHAMEFUL! A noted economist says it is crying ... +++ May 27, 2015 - Disrespectful! The National Union of Public Worker ... +++ May 27, 2015 - ZR driver could be in breach of court The evidence of a doctor will deter ... +++ webdesign
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Of genteel women and ‘scabbicals’

There was a time in Barbados –– and that was not so long ago –– when secondary school girls and young women carried…

We truly wish Guyana the best of luck!

Of the 15 countries that make up the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Guyana stands out as having tremendous but untapped development potential. The cooperative…

Keeping class wear where it duly belongs

Quite recently, our teachers have been in the news –– their merits and demerits; their position (on matters like the SBAs) against the…

Whodunnit? . . . And why? . . . And how?

 The tragic death of 12-year-old Shemar Patrick Weekes last Thursday, and the investigation into the circumstances of his demise have raised another issue,…

Time to stop the madness among PSVs!

Have readers been observing what we have been? The emergence of a worrying trend, in the past few months, where it seems that…

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A noted economist says it is crying shame that the island’s Central Bank has now found itself in a position where it has chalked up over $7.3 million…

The National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) is demanding an apology from Prime Minister Freundel Stuart for dismissing trade union agitation on behalf of Customs & Excise Department…

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ZR driver could be in breach of court

Cannabis plants seized just outside Glendairy

Missing Bajan fisherman found off Mustique

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Here’s 50 to Springer Memorial!

Here’s 50 to Springer Memorial!

Most times, the brilliance of the wood fire comes from the effort of fanning, and not from any sudden strong rush of wind. The Springer…

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All systems go for Sol Rally 2015

All systems go for Sol Rally 2015

The final running order for Sol Rally Barbados 2015 from May 29 to 31 published by the Barbados Rally Club (BRC) in advance of this evening’s briefing meeting…

Champs move on

Champs move on

Reigning champions Weymouth Wales have advanced to the semi-final round of the Banks Beer Champions Cup after they edged Barbados Defence Force 2-1 in their quarter-final played at…

Wildey Masters win tourney

Wildey Masters win tourney

Gregory “Lalu” Goodridge scored a brilliant free-kick and in so doing led Wildey Masters to their first ever Banks Barbados International Masters Football Festival title against Toronto Football…

Cozier takes offence to claims

Veteran journalist and broadcaster Tony Cozier has taken strong offence to claims by West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) president, Whycliffe “Dave” Cameron, that his failing eyesight is the…

Windies’ series

Windies’ series

An inspired all-round performance by Hayley Matthews helped West Indies women wrap up the three-match T20 series 2-1, after they had lost the first game. Matthews’ 4 for 10…

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PM not worried about strike threats

PM not worried about strike threats

If there is one person who is not worried too much about the likelihood of a national strike or ongoing protests in various sectors, it…

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Tone it down, says Mottley

Small man faces abuse, says Marshall

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