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December 18, 2014 - REINSTATE THEM The National Union of Public Worker ... +++ December 18, 2014 - Liquidate it! The embattled CLICO International L ... +++ December 18, 2014 - Five education officers bring lawsuit against Govt Five education officers are suing t ... +++ December 18, 2014 - What next? The system has failed us! That was ... +++ December 17, 2014 - Ambassador applauds Obama’s announcement Cuba’s Ambassador to Barbados has ... +++ December 17, 2014 - Estwick explains no show for Sinckler’s ministerial statement They have recently been at odds ove ... +++ December 17, 2014 - Barefoot pastor loses first round against Methodist church A High Court judge has told the Met ... +++ December 17, 2014 - Windies suffer CENTURION –– West Indies captai ... +++ December 17, 2014 - Revamp for Caribbean racing championship The Caribbean Motor Racing Champion ... +++ webdesign
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Looking beyond Finance Minister’s Christmas stocking

Those who were expecting Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler to show up in the Parliament Building yesterday with a giant Christmas stocking slung…

Respect is ever due on holy ground

Almost daily, increasing acts of lawlessness leave us wondering whether the world has indeed gone mad. In fact, we are so bombarded by…

When all eyes are firmly fixed on Chris

We know he is not yet ready to reveal all he has in store in his proverbial black box, but still we cannot…

When might is certainly not right!

It was refreshing to hear the Barbados Workers’ Union’s (BWU) statement yesterday on a matter that should trouble us all. As difficult as…

On bringing up a child as one should

As we are reminded of the Miracle Child this festive month –– or ought to be –– there is hardly a better time…

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The National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) is demanding the immediate reinstatement of close to 200 retrenched National Conservation Commission (NCC) workers on the heels of reports that…

Five education officers are suing the Government following a job evaluation and regrading exercise by the Ministry of the Civil Service that occurred about 10 years ago and…

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Central bank praises dedicated employees

Central bank praises dedicated employees

Six employees of the Central Bank of Barbados were last night celebrated for their years of dedicated service. A dinner was held at the Crane…

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Revamp for Caribbean racing championship

The Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC) will be fought out over four rounds for the first time in 2015. Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago will each…



A senior Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) official has raised concerns about the quality of the work done by the task force set up by the West Indies Cricket…

Harris: Focus more on football players

President of the Barbados Football Association (BFA) Randy Harris has called on the media in Barbados to focus more on promoting football and the players rather than the…

Iron Duke melt

International rugby recently returned to the Garrison Savannah when a team from the visiting Royal Navy ship HMS Iron Duke faced off against a Barbados Select XV team…

Combermere trounce Ellerslie

Combermere trounce Ellerslie

Nicholls Baking Combermere are into the semi-final of the Barbados Cricket Association’s Under-19 40-Overs Cricket Competition after defeating Ellerslie by 155 runs at their Waterford “A” ground today.…

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Barbados is currently caught up in a political “stalemate” with no immediate end in sight. This assessment came today from political scientist Dr George Belle,…

Opposition walkout a good strategy, says Wickham

Boiling point

BLP extends olive branch after staging walkout

No republic

Feuding BLP MPs could settle out of court

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Healthy choices best defence

Month-long activities to raise awareness about diabetes will end on Sunday, but far from over is…

Culinary skills on show

Fighting for his life

Team Mikey in cancer fight

Encouraging the culinary arts

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Rihanna happy with Diamond Ball

Rihanna happy with Diamond Ball

She is known as the Barbadian singer who always shines bright like a diamond. And on…

Star power gospel

Sharing – The idea of life

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The right Hennessy mix

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TRINIDAD-Triple murder accused attacked by fellow prisoners

KINGSTON –– Minutes after making his second appearance in court on Monday, triple murder accused Azmon…

Call for justice

TRINIDAD-Judge charged

Trinidad: Murder toll surges to 393

Haiti: Prime Minister resigns

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WORLD-Castro praises Obama

HAVANA –– Cuba’s President Raul Castro hailed a landmark exchange of prisoners with the United States…

WORLD-Sydney gunman was wanted in Iran

WORLD-Siege in Sydney

Australia: Siege over

WORLD-Flights grounded in UK