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Death hurts

Death hurts

Stephen Morris keeps hearing his 17-year-old brother Simeon Morris’ dying screams ringing in his ears again and again. Like an unending nightmare, the sound of his brother calling his name as he was drowning at Silver Sands beach Sunday afternoon will not go away. Recalling the horrific incident, Stephen told Barbados TODAY Monday afternoon he watched helplessly […]

Eye on diabetes

Eye on diabetes

Today was World Diabetes Day and scores of Barbadians were screened for the illness at a Mobile Testing Unit (MTU) stationed in Warrens. For the third consecutive…

Another side to the NCC

Another side to the NCC

It has recently been on the receiving end of much public criticism over its handling of the April 2014 termination of over 100 of its…

Blame beachgoers

Blame beachgoers

The National Conservation Commission (NCC) is being hit with a hefty water bill each month because beachgoers are not turning off taps in public bathrooms…

Final salute

Final salute

Acting Station Sergeant Elvis Grafton Foster had a passion for crime fighting. Wherever he served, Foster had left his mark and, at the age of…

Hill of pain

Hill of pain

It is approaching two years since heavy rainfall caused extensive damage to a road and houses in White…

Students get donation from the Aron and Christina Foundation

Students get donation from the Aron and Christina Foundation

Students of the A DaCosta Primary School are the latest schoolchildren to benefit from the generosity of the…

BLP 99.5 per cent ready, says chairman

BLP 99.5 per cent ready, says chairman

Newly elected Chairman of the Opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) George Payne believes Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler’s…

Mottley and Payne congratulate US president-elect

Mottley and Payne congratulate US president-elect

Opposition Leader Mia Mottley says there is an important political lesson, not only for Hillary Clinton and the…

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