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Cummins out of Town Planning

Cummins out of Town Planning

Energy boost

Energy boost

March merger

March merger

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Teenager charged with causing serious bodily harm

Police have arrested and formally charged 17-year-old Isaiah Abraham Cody Wiggins, of Scarborough, Christ Church, in connection with last Friday’s shooting death of…

Hoteliers granted more concessions on alcohol than anything else

Hoteliers granted more concessions on alcohol than anything else

Government granted more concessions on alcoholic beverages to hoteliers last year than on any other product, according to Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry…

Sour grapes!

Sour grapes!

An Opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) spokesman has dismissed a recent attack levelled against the BLP by its former representative for Christ Church…

Cummins out of Town Planning

Cummins out of Town Planning

Chief Town Planner Mark Cummins is no longer with the Town and Country Development Planning Office, at least for the time being. Cummins,…

Independent senator calls for more balance in Upper Chamber

Independent senator calls for more balance in Upper Chamber

Independent Senator John Watson today called for a change to the make up of the Upper House, arguing that there was a need…

Durant calls for tighter security at schools

Durant calls for tighter security at schools

Government Senator David Durant today called for a change in the contracts of school guards so they can be responsible for the protection…

Cow itch forces school closure

Cow itch forces school closure

Classes at Blackman and Gollop Primary School at Staple Grove, Christ Church came to an early end today as cow itch forced the…

CXC no show

CXC no show

A top official of the Barbados-based Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has raised concern about the number of students who failed to show up…

PUMA ruling will impact local retailers – attorney

PUMA ruling will impact local retailers – attorney

The guilty verdict in this country’s first trademark infringement case will have a ripple effect on the ability of small businesses to continue…



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Last week’s indictment of 13 Russian nationals on charges of conspiring to defraud the United States and to interfere in its 2016 election campaign is cause for serious…

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Barbados Regiment Celebrates 70

Barbados Regiment Celebrates 70

Enlisted ranks and officers, plus retired members of the Barbados Regiment were yesterday joined by family members and other supporters, along with government officials led…

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Blue House are Alleyne School’s champs

Blue House are Alleyne School’s champs

They say the last shall be first and so it came to pass when Alleyne ‘Blue’ House Bolts scored 1074 points to emerge as champions of the 2018…

Lion Tamers

Lion Tamers

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Spinners Jomel Warrican and Rahkeem Cornwall combined to bowl West Indies A to a stunning innings and 17 runs victory and an unbeatable 2-0 series…

Total control

Total control

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Jahmar Hamilton slammed his sixth first-class hundred, but Raymon Reifer fell agonisingly short of his second, as West Indies A moved into a dominant position…

St Giles are double conquerors

St Giles are double conquerors

City of Bridgetown Conquerors St Giles Primary retained double crown honours in the James Wedderburn Zone of the ongoing National Primary Schools Athletics Championship (NAPSAC) at the Usain…

Austin returning for Sol Rally

Austin returning for Sol Rally

Following a successful shakedown at the Snetterton Stage Rally in the east of England yesterday, Stuart Austin has confirmed that he will compete in Sol Rally Barbados for…

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Sour grapes!

Sour grapes!

An Opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) spokesman has dismissed a recent attack levelled against the BLP by its former representative for Christ Church West Dr…

Independent senator calls for more balance in Upper Chamber

Durant calls for tighter security at schools

Energy boost

‘Ungrateful Bees’

New parties driven by revenge, Mottley says

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Sewage scheme

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Parkinson students advised to make bold strides

Parkinson students advised to make bold strides

As concern grows about the violence and other deviant behaviour among Barbados’ school population, one young…

Love – the wonder drug for health

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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