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Activists Murray and Davis on an education mission

Activists Stokely Murray and David Davis have been sensitising residents and tourists, on the islands south coast, about best health practices amidst the…

1937 ‘activists’ to be pardoned says PM

1937 ‘activists’ to be pardoned says PM

The Cabinet of Barbados has agreed to pardon persons whose names and reputations were sullied during the 1937 “democratic uprising”. Prime Minister Freundel…

Today’s weather forecast

Today’s weather forecast

Barbados will experience fair to partly cloudy and breezy conditions with a few brief shower today. According to the Met Office the winds…

Statement – Ministry of Education addresses claims of misconduct at NAPSAC

Statement – Ministry of Education addresses claims of misconduct at NAPSAC

Officials from the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation met recently with the organisers of the National Primary Schools Athletic Championship (NAPSAC)…

Nearshore water at south coast beaches deemed safe

Nearshore water at south coast beaches deemed safe

The Environmental Protection Department (EPD) has disclosed that beaches, on the south coast, from Amaryllis to Worthing, Christ Church, are safe for recreational…

Love Safely Week wraps up

Love Safely Week wraps up

The Registration Department has wrapped up its Love Safely Week. The event was aimed at encouraging persons especially those who had never had…

Police probe unnatural death

Police probe unnatural death

Police are continuing investigations into the circumstances surrounding the unnatural death of Kesmar Shaquille Codrington, of Brownes Avenue, Bayville, St Michael. The 23-year-old…

COP: Beware of division in the Force

COP: Beware of division in the Force

The island’s top cop today warned of forces within the ranks of the Royal Barbados Police Force (RBPF) seeking to cause division, as…

Election warning

Election warning

The National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) today suggested that if the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) government expects to have a chance at…



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We are today in a fine mess with violence, uncouth behaviour and indiscipline in several of our schools. And while some foolishly attempt to politicize this issue, they…

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Life of Service

Life of Service

Retired member of the Barbados Regiment and member of the Barbados Legion James Stuart celebrated his 100th birthday under the patronage of Governor General Dame Sandra…

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Statement – Ministry of Education addresses claims of misconduct at NAPSAC

Statement – Ministry of Education addresses claims of misconduct at NAPSAC

Officials from the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation met recently with the organisers of the National Primary Schools Athletic Championship (NAPSAC) to discuss allegations made on…

Prodigal hope

Prodigal hope

President of Cricket West Indies Whyciffe “Dave” Cameron has indicated that self-imposed exile Darren Bravo could be donning his whites for the regional team in the near future.…

All Saints dominate zonal meet

All Saints dominate zonal meet

All Saints Primary, the monarchs of the north in St Peter, have done it again with a fourth consecutive double crown title in the Anton Norris Zone of…

‘Cricket prostitution’

‘Cricket prostitution’

After ten years and $160 million in state funds pumped into Kensington Oval, the facility has been branded a monumental white elephant. And worse yet, Attorney General Adriel…

Red Force stumble

Red Force stumble

Trinidad and Tobago Red Force missed the chance to confirm their spot in the semi-finals of the Regional Super50, when they slumped to a surprise three-wicket defeat to…

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Sewage scheme

Sewage scheme

Two Government ministers are accusing the Opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) of involvement in a plan tomorrow to spread misinformation about efforts to solve the…

‘DLP plot’

Social evolution

Owen the greatest

UPP de ting!

New party offers economic solution for Barbados

Arthur’s cure

‘Dems caused social decay’

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Love – the wonder drug for health

Love – the wonder drug for health

This week,  the world celebrated Valentine’s Day. Chocolates and roses aside, love can do wonders for…

We need men

Is it Valentine’s Day or Ash Wednesday?

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Breaking the poverty cycle

Breaking the poverty cycle

Minister of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Community Development Steven Blackett has reaffirmed his commitment to…

First time’s the charm

Marzville Giving It To The Fans