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January 27, 2015 - Calling for reform Amid a legal controversy involving ... +++ January 27, 2015 - Liquor licence ease promised Bars and other businesses that sell ... +++ January 27, 2015 - From crisis to crisis Opposition Leader Mia Mottley last ... +++ January 27, 2015 - Lost files show up Although Acting Commissioner of Pol ... +++ January 27, 2015 - Heavy burden Commercial banks have hit back at c ... +++ January 27, 2015 - DLP SHIFT Cabinet’s infrastructure committe ... +++ January 27, 2015 - No profits Two plantations, for which the stat ... +++ January 27, 2015 - Green light for sugar factor financing Cabinet has approved financing for ... +++ January 26, 2015 - St Michael still champs Three months ago Mark “Venom” G ... +++ webdesign
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Shall we be led by this 5-year-old?

Ronald Jones had a blistering message for some social media users last week, and rightfully so. The flamboyant Minister of Education spared no…

Of politics, scandals and leadership

Politics and scandal have gone hand in hand. They have been inextricably linked from time to time with political stewardship. Such accompanying scandal has not…

Gratefully forever in our minds!

If you want children to keep their feet on the ground, put some responsibility on their shoulders.  –– Abigail Van Buren We add…

The dawn that’s bound to break . . .

No matter how long a night lasts, dawn has to break. There is nothing called everlasting night or everlasting day either, and I…

Lest others attempt to follow Dr Douglas’ lead

Dr Denzil Douglas has done it again. Just when we thought the St Kitts and Nevis prime minister had exhausted all means at…

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Amid a legal controversy involving Speaker of the House of Assembly Michael Carrington, an outspoken member of Government is calling for reforms to the Legal Profession Act. Senior…

Bars and other businesses that sell alcohol are being promised an ease in acquiring liquor licences. Minister of Commerce and Small Business Development Donville Inniss, who has criticized…

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Top teacher Janine!

Top teacher Janine!

Work hard, and it pays off. If anyone knows this well, it is valedictorian of the Erdiston Teachers’ Training College, Janine Pierre. On Monday night,…

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Narine’s magic

PORT OF SPAIN –– Returning West Indies off-spinner Sunil Narine spun a web around the Guyana Jaguars with a remarkable six-wicket haul as Trinidad and Tobago Red Force…

Road Tennis champs, again

Road Tennis champs, again

  Mark “Venom” Griffith and Antoine “Lil Man” Daniel are simply ‘A’ class. The island’s top two players ensured that St Michael would once again repeat as champions…

Windies restrict South Africa

Windies restrict South Africa

The West Indies turned in their most disciplined and incisive bowling performance of the series so far by restricting South Africa to 262 for 8 with only David…

St Michael dominates

St Michael dominates

St Michael copped two of the three titles up for grabs on the opening night of the Inter-Parish Road Tennis Championships finals last night. Before a small but…

COLUMN – Barbados Pride hurt fans

Barbadian cricket fans can mark extremely hard when they believe the national team has let them down in a big way. Such was the case after the defending…

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Youth group wants Carrington sacked

Speaker of the House of Assembly Michael Carrington should be fired! That was the call from the Barbados Labour Party (BLP) League of Young Socialists…

UWI uncertainty

What Cabinet reshuffle?

Constituency council cuts

House drama

PM defends Carrington