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We have your back, IMF says

We have your back, IMF says

Bite the bullet

Bite the bullet

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Be thankful for privileges, Husbands tells children

Barbadian children are being advised against squandering the opportunities they have for a good education and the right to be heard. In fact,…

Hinkson says new Road Traffic Bill amounts to a disabled ‘travesty’

Hinkson says new Road Traffic Bill amounts to a disabled ‘travesty’

Member of Parliament for St James North Edmund Hinkson today criticized the Road Traffic Act (Amendment) Bill 2017, saying it was especially flawed…

AG wants fixed traffic fines

AG wants fixed traffic fines

Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite thinks that fixed traffic fines should have been stipulated in the Road Traffic (Amendment) Act 2017 that was passed…

Car racket

Car racket

Police and insurance companies have launched separate investigations into reports of a lucrative car parts sales racket involving stolen vehicles. Not only are…

Oh no, Donville!

Oh no, Donville!

Outspoken Government minister Donville Inniss has raised the ire of President of the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) Akanni McDowall over comments…

The role of GG is not just ceremonial, says Arthur

The role of GG is not just ceremonial, says Arthur

The role of Governor General is not ceremonial, and Sir Clifford Husbands dispelled the myth that he was some figurehead. Former Prime Minister…

BLP challenges

BLP challenges

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart today described the late Sir Clifford Husbands as a man who was uncompromising whether in his role as Director…

Sir Clifford insisted on one leader at a time, says Mottley

Sir Clifford insisted on one leader at a time, says Mottley

Former Governor General Sir Clifford Husbands changed the tradition in Barbados when it came to appointing an Acting Prime Minister. It was revealed…

Poor Chris!

Poor Chris!

She has never even voted in an election here; doesn’t really know who Chris Sinckler is, and simply abhors being in the spotlight.…



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Is there a crisis of social democracy that has spawned a crisis of relevance for political parties of this ideological orientation? An insightful and thought-provoking commentary a few…

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Reynold Weekes are into quarterfinals

Reynold Weekes are into quarterfinals

Reynold Weekes have advanced to the quarterfinal stage of the Guardian Group Herman Griffith Primary School Cricket Competition for the second consecutive year after defeating St Judes by…

Final goal

Final goal

It will be a case of defending champions versus former champions. However, regardless of the outcome the 2017 Barbados Secondary Schools’ Under-19 netball title will be climbing a…

Up and onward

Up and onward

Combermere secured their spot in the quarterfinals of the Barbados Secondary Schools Under 19 knockout competition win a comfortable 3-0 victory over Frederick Smith at Waterford, St Michael…

Gayle force prevails

Gayle force prevails

Rangpur Riders came back to winning ways in the Bangladesh Premier League after their seven-run win over Sylhet Sixers at the Shere Bangla National Stadium today. Chris Gayle…

Butcher and Morgan reign supreme

Butcher and Morgan reign supreme

He had to settle for the runner’s up position last year, but there was no stopping Reemar Butcher from muscling his way to the Mr Schoolboy Bodybuilding title…

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AG wants fixed traffic fines

AG wants fixed traffic fines

Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite thinks that fixed traffic fines should have been stipulated in the Road Traffic (Amendment) Act 2017 that was passed in the…

The role of GG is not just ceremonial, says Arthur

BLP challenges

Sir Clifford insisted on one leader at a time, says Mottley

Economic hope

Gag order

House Speaker in new legal dispute with client

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On board . . . Students readily embrace technological change

On board . . . Students readily embrace technological change

The Principal of A Dacosta Edwards Primary School, Laureen Hinds, fully backs the use of technology…

International exposure for Cobblers Cove staff

Big break for young Bajan in Japan