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When the union’s cry becomes most daunting

In a week in which there were no fewer than three industrial strikes –– the most crippling of which occurred at the Grantley…

Could our gay community be in overkill?

Let it be stated upfront that we do not hold the view that heterosexuals should be protected from violence by law, convention or…

Shall it be sweet 16, or a mature 18?

Most parents expect –– as they should –– to be involved in every aspect of their children’s lives, particularly when those children are…

They who dropped that ball!

The deafening silence from the Employment Rights Tribunal, still to adjudicate the controversial dismissal of close to 200 workers of the National Conservation…

Not so sweet in Cabinet these days

It was interesting to hear all the talk this past week about sugar and its proposed multimillion-dollar revitalization plan, especially since it would…

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Prime Minister Freundel Stuart believes Barbados must take back the Canadian tourism market. He expressed the view Wednesday evening at a reception at Ilaro Court for 33 Canadians…

Minister of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Community Development Steve Blackett has reported that there were 1,045 cases of alleged child abuse that were referred to the Child…

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Calling Herbert

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Cuatro maestro on the hunt

Cuatro maestro on the hunt

Renowned and award-winning cuatro player Raul Landaeta is in Barbados to discover fresh talent. Actually, this week, the Venezuelan has been teaching Barbadians how to play…

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Rain hits hard

Rain has put early pressure on Barbados in defence of their regional first-class title. Now known as Barbados Pride under the new franchise system in the rebranded Professional…

Wet blow

Wet blow

Rain once again dealt title-holders Barbados Pride a severe blow, washing out the first day of their second round clash in the WICB Professional Cricket League against Jamaica…

Clash for semis

Clash for semis

The Villages at Coverley will be transformed into a coliseum on Sunday night when the eight remaining players do battle for spots in the semi-finals of the Massy…

High profile

High profile

Barbados’ reputation as a horseracing destination just keeps getting bigger. And with the second edition of this weekend’s Barbados Winter Jockeys’ Challenge set to be the biggest to…

Rain watch

Rain watch

Barbados Pride just cannot seem to escape the rain. Last weekend, they watched helplessly as the adverse weather ruined their first round game in the WICB Professional Cricket…

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Feuding BLP MPs could settle out of court

An out-of-court settlement may be in sight in the case in which Opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) St Andrew MP George Payne is claiming damages…

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BLP battle on

Opposition calls on Sinckler to step down

Forde stays as BLP’s second vice-chairman

Government beware!

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Culinary skills on show

Culinary skills on show

Culinary Arts took center stage today when the National Independence Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA) held…

Fighting for his life

Team Mikey in cancer fight

Encouraging the culinary arts

Making miracles happen

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Laurianne goes global

Laurianne goes global

A Trinidad-based Barbadian female vocalist who won the Richard Stoute Teen Talent Contest in 2002 is…

The stage is Janine’s home

Rihanna back home

Rihanna lookalike making big bucks for endorsements

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