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UWI honours Sagicor boss

UWI honours Sagicor boss

Dr Marjorie Patricia Downes-Grant, President and CEO of Sagicor Life, Barbados, is among six distinguished regional citizens being honoured by the University of the West Indies when the Mona Campus hosts its annual graduation ceremonies on October 31 and November 1. Downes-Grant, a Barbadian who heads the largest financial conglomerate in Barbados and the OECS [...]

Players seek cricket counsel

Players seek cricket counsel

West Indies players who controversially abandoned the tour of India last week have retained legal counsel as they prepare to tackle the contentious Collective Bargaining…

Bajan freed of drug charges in Jamaica

Bajan freed of drug charges in Jamaica

A Barbadian man who was charged with drug trafficking in Jamaica was freed when he appeared in court yesterday. Darnell McArthur Browne was charged on…

First Mali Ebola patient dies

First Mali Ebola patient dies

The first confirmed Ebola patient in Mali, a two-year-old girl, has died. The victim had travelled to the country with her grandmother from Guinea – one…

Ageing gracefully

Ageing gracefully

Barbados’ population is ageing at an accelerated pace. In fact, this country is home to the highest percentage of persons aged 65 and over in…

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Teachers honoured

They put service above all else and must be applauded, said Education Minister Ronald Jones last night as…

Hurt by Windies’ revolt

  Tweets, What’sApp and all of the fancy methods which some of the West Indies players have been…

Don’t Panic

Authorities in Barbados say they have been taking the necessary precautions to ensure that the island remains Ebola…

TRINIDAD – T&T PM stands her ground in controversial highway project

PORT OF SPAIN – Even as hunger striker Dr Wayne Kublalsingh is now bedridden and talking about death,…

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