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Cummins out of Town Planning

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Energy boost

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Woman charged with offence of cruelty to a child

A 22-year-old St Michael woman is due to appear in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court here on Thursday charged with the offence of…

St Andrew man admits to growing cannabis

St Andrew man admits to growing cannabis

A 48-year-old St Andrew resident has been remanded to prison after pleading guilty before Magistrate Ian Weekes in the District ‘D’ Magistrates’ Court…

Nearly 3,000 purged from electors list

Nearly 3,000 purged from electors list

Thousands of Barbadians have been removed from the Register of Electors as preparations intensify for the general election, constitutionally due by the middle…

Near death

Near death

A rapid decline in the relationship between short-term roommates has left one nursing injuries and the other facing a police investigation. Transgender Alexa…

Husbands responds to political critics

Husbands responds to political critics

Don’t just criticize, come into the political trenches! That was the challenge issued by Government Senator Harry Husbands today to those in society…

No runaway Govt expenditure – Boyce

No runaway Govt expenditure – Boyce

Government expended well over a quarter billion dollars in debt repayments in the 2017/2018 financial year, more than it had done in the…

Economic recovery plan too late in coming, laments Sir Henry

Economic recovery plan too late in coming, laments Sir Henry

Government’s Sustainable Recovery Plan has been given the thumbs up by an independent Senator, but he says it has come five years too…

No way!

No way!

The idea of bringing back lashes in the classroom as a routine form of punishment by teachers is dead in the water. The…

Restaurateur and vendor in row over beach use

Restaurateur and vendor in row over beach use

An escalating row between a vendor and a restaurant over the use of the beach at Fitts Village, St James has left a…



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We get the impression that despite the dismay, shock, horror, anxiety, or other range of emotions that visit themselves on Barbadians from time to time, that we are…

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Barbados develops new app to help disaster relief

Barbados develops new app to help disaster relief

Natural disasters are prevalent in the Caribbean and Barbados has designed a new app to help assist Caribbean countries in the prevention of these disasters.…

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Pride over English

Pride over English

The Barbados Pride survived a spirited chase by English county Kent to book their place in the final of the Regional Super50 Championship at Coolidge, Antigua, tonight. Winning…

Surf’s up on south coast

Surf’s up on south coast

The World Surf League (WSL) Qualifying Series (QS) is gearing up for a return to Barbados’ south coast for the second consecutive Barbados Surf Pro Men’s and Women’s…

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…

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‘I Like Muhself’

‘I Like Muhself’

In Crop Over 2012, Ricky Lil Rick Reid (arguably one of the Caribbean’s most creative minds),…

Parkinson students advised to make bold strides

Love – the wonder drug for health

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Students awarded for performances

Students awarded for performances

The three students who came out on top in the Anderson Griffith Memorial Competition two months…

Breaking the poverty cycle

First time’s the charm