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Lil Rick to return to competition

Lil Rick to return to competition

Lil Rick has signaled that from next year he will be returning to competition for the Crop Over festival. Speaking to the steadily building crowd at Bushy Park during the ‘Bashment Session’ of Soca Royale, the singer who has been dubbed ‘Hit Rick’ said, “I am not saying that I am coming to win, but [...]

CPA meets in Bim on Monday

Over 70 parliamentarians drawn from member states of the Caribbean, Americas and Atlantic region of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) are expected in Barbados this weekend as delegates to the 39th annual conference of that body. Under the theme Forging Ahead In A Hostile Global Environment, deliberations will take place at Hilton Barbados Resort from [...]

5th Element rules

5th Element rules

The 5th Element Kiddies Band has walked away with the Best Junior Band title for Junior Kadooment. The portrayal De Climate and We was designed by Kevin Small. Second place went to Gwyneth Squires’ We playing a different kinda game, while Trevor Nichols’ Celebration placed third. The best school band title went to Westbury Primary. [...]

Juniors show their colours

Juniors show their colours

by Tonia Husbands A virtual sea of color was on display at the National Stadium today as just under 20 bands with members dressed in brightly-coloured costumes paraded for the judges in this year’s Junior Kadooment. Family, friends and supporters – some of whom had earlier positioned themselves to get the best vantage point along [...]

Big plans for table tennis

Male table tennis players in the island are making strides, but the females are still too far off, says Raul Calin, representative of the International Table Tennis Federation. His comments came at the end of a working visit to Barbados as the Barbados Table Tennis Association (BTTA) prepares to stage the ITTF World Cadet Challenge [...]

Safe passage needed

GAZA – The World Health Organization (WHO) called today for a humanitarian corridor to be set up in Gaza to allow aid workers to evacuate the wounded and bring in life-saving medicines. Even during wartime, belligerents are obligated under international humanitarian law to ensure that people are able to reach medical care in safety, the [...]

Doc’s story told

In this brief biographical sketch, respected Barbadian historian Trevor Marshall and senior journalist Neville Clarke have come together to chronicle the life experiences of one of Barbados’ leading small business icons, Gray Doc Brome. Gray Doc Brome, popularly known as Pizza Man Doc, began his journey into the unfamiliar world of business over 30 years [...]

60 St Lucia petrol workers sent home

CASTRIES –– Approximately 60 employees of Buckeye St Lucia Terminal Limited, the company that bought Hess Oil operations here, had their services terminated yesterday. The workers said they got the news on showing up for work yesterday morning. This sparked protest action and as a result law enforcement officials were called in to restore and [...]

Bravo, Darren!

Bravo, Darren!

At 13 for 3 in the fourth over, chasing 180, the chances of a Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel win were looking unlikely. It took an impressive 131-run, fourth-wicket partnership between Darren and Dwayne Bravo and a last-ball six from Darren to help Red Steel seal off a remarkable win against Guyana Amazon Warriors at [...]

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