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St Cyprian’s, St Angela’s rule the pool

Last year’s victory was so nice, St Cyprian’s Boys had to do it twice, retaining their title as kings of the 2017 Purity…

Man found hanging at apartment

Man found hanging at apartment

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the unnatural death of A St Michael man around 7:45 a. Forty-four-year-old Winston Tyrone Forde was found…

IMF complaint

IMF complaint

If Barbados or any other Caribbean country wants examples of “well-designed fiscal rules” that have helped to guide consolidation efforts it should look…

‘No reason to fear fourth UWI campus in Antigua’

‘No reason to fear fourth UWI campus in Antigua’

Vice-Chancellor of the University of the West Indies (UWI) Sir Hilary Beckles says Barbados has nothing to fear, amid a compelling proposal advanced…

15 displaced by Halls Road fire

15 displaced by Halls Road fire

Proprietor of B&N Variety Snackette & Bar Beverley Hughes was quietly preparing dinner at her home along the corner of Halls Road and…

Common sense lacking

Common sense lacking

Former Principal of the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Sir Hilary Beckles today called on this island’s leaders to stop all…

Walton’s quiet 100

Walton’s quiet 100

It was a quiet celebration today for the islands newest centenarian as a small group of friends, including Roman Catholic priest Father Clement…

‘Barbadians becoming more productive’

‘Barbadians becoming more productive’

With concerns being raised in both the public and private sectors about the level of productivity here, the Productivity Council is reporting that…

Over to you, Mia!

Over to you, Mia!

Controversial talk show host Maureen Holder today called on Opposition Leader Mia Mottley to present her legal qualifications to quiet the doubters and…



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At a time when Barbados is wrapped up domestically in economic turbulence and political manoeuvrings, some of our officials and their Caribbean colleagues are on the other side…

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Walton’s quiet 100

Walton’s quiet 100

It was a quiet celebration today for the islands newest centenarian as a small group of friends, including Roman Catholic priest Father Clement Paul joined…

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Pride ahead

Pride ahead

KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent – Out-of-favour West Indies left-arm spinner, Jomel Warrican, struck twice in as many balls in the final session to hand Barbados Pride the advantage on…

St Cyprian’s, St Angela’s rule the pool

St Cyprian’s, St Angela’s rule the pool

Last year’s victory was so nice, St Cyprian’s Boys had to do it twice, retaining their title as kings of the 2017 Purity Primary Interschool Swimming Champions at…

A legend returns to Accrington

A legend returns to Accrington

He seemed indestructible once but now there’s a fragility about the West Indian whose 100mph pace and relentless swing propelled him into cricket’s pantheon more than half a…

And then there were four

And then there were four

The finals of the Barbados Secondary Schools Under-19 Netball Competition will tip off next week Thursday, but not before defending champions Springer Memorial clash with Queen’s College and…

St Michael teams advance

St Michael teams advance

A double strike by Shanniel Marshall propelled St Michael West to a 3-1 win over St Lucy, as action in the Round of 16 of the David Thompson…

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Caribbean steps up climate research efforts

Caribbean steps up climate research efforts

In a world where climate change is assessed as an imminent threat to many, and particularly…

Workmans Primary gets a facelift

Obesity’s link to diabetes

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Impressive NIFCA music finals

Impressive NIFCA music finals

The judges in this year’s NIFCA Performing Arts Finals have a tough task on their hands…

Strong messages at theatre finals

Juniors shine in NIFCA finals