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    September 20

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B’dos almost broke!

Scores of Barbadian investors holding Government debt, including more than 1 700 pensioners, are facing Read More

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Push for proper pork

Some pig farmers are not meeting the standards of Barbados’ major meat processor. And it is against Read More

Mystery over death of ex-tourism chief

The quiet neighbourhood of 5th Avenue, Rowans Park North, St George, was thrown into a state of shock Read More

‘Molly’ remembered

Tears flowed at the Bridgetown Fisheries Complex tonight along Princess Alice Highway for Stephen Read More

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Government making strides towards going green

“Government is promoting sustainable energy practices within the public sector.” Minister of Energy Read More

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Debt restructuring the way to stability, says Persaud

Barbados’ debt restructuring is the way back to the path of stability! This was the clear message Read More

Death penalty ‘still on the book’

Hang on, says Attorney General Dale Marshall, the death penalty will not be abolished in Barbados Read More

Rebranding plan for Parkinson

Parkinson Memorial School is in for a rebranding. This morning, Minister of Education Santia Bradshaw, Read More

MULTIMEDIA

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Over one billion dollars in compensation for Petrotrin workers

PORT OF SPAIN – The Trinidad and Tobago government Monday said the compensation package for workers Read More

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Sandals seeks to clear air regarding withholding taxes

CASTRIES – Sandals Resorts International (SRI), which has hotel properties in several Caribbean countries, Read More

ECCB to introduce new dollar bills

BASSETERRE – The St Kitts-based Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) says it will be introducing Read More

Earthquake rocks Corporate Area and neighbouring parish

KINGSTON – Sections of the Corporate Area and the neighbouring parish of St Catherine were rocked Read More

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Rain has final say

Heavy mid-afternoon thunderstorms and a wet outfield caused the abandonment of the second ICC One-Day Read More

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Benjamin raps selection process

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Leeward Islands Hurricanes head coach, Winston Benjamin, has lamented his non-involvement Read More

Gittens going for gold

Among the many lessons Kimberley Gittens learnt at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games, Read More

Logie backs WI Women to rebound

Assistant coach Gus Logie is backing West Indies Women to put Sunday’s opening loss to South Africa Read More

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‘Enlist’ housing areas

Former Minister of Social Transformation Hamilton Lashley is calling for the Barbados Defence Force Read More

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Death penalty ‘still on the book’

Hang on, says Attorney General Dale Marshall, the death penalty will not be abolished in Barbados Read More

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Thorne: More to be done

Abolishing the mandatory death penalty is not enough, says prominent Queen’s Counsel Ralph Thorne. Read More

No option but death ‘not fair’

Member of Parliament for Christ Church East Wilfred Abrahams put up a strong case for abolishing the Read More

Man up, don’t be sperm donors!

Too many Barbadian youngsters are ending up in the law courts charged with murder and other criminal Read More

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Dems backing Donville – for now

The Democratic Labour Party (DLP) is not throwing its former Member of Parliament Donville Inniss Read More

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EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: Retooling may be a high price

The Government is preparing for any fallout from its economic restructuring programme. The BERT (Barbados Read More

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EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: Wanted – body to settle disputes

Every so often there is a dispute in local sports, some controversy involving a club and its governing Read More

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ON THE BALL: Always bet on Lakers

Sometimes the simplest answer is the right one. And the easy thing to do right now is to say the Lumber Read More

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ON POINT: Tourists can’t spend if shops closed

When certain people speak to you, you have to listen. Their voice is never the loudest or the most Read More

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EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: Public must get involved in bill

The one word on the lips of most Bajans today is corruption. Be it at the barber shop, on Saturday Read More

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ON THE BALL: Saeed needs to say so long to Cavs

I try my best not to use this space to point players in any direction. They pay to play after all, Read More

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Government making strides towards going green

“Government is promoting sustainable energy practices within the public sector.” Minister of Energy Read More

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Debt restructuring the way to stability, says Persaud

Barbados’ debt restructuring is the way back to the path of stability! This was the clear message Read More

Investors to lose

Scores of Barbadians will earn less money on their investments as Government’s promised debt restructuring Read More

Sandals seeks to clear air regarding withholding taxes

CASTRIES – Sandals Resorts International (SRI), which has hotel properties in several Caribbean countries, Read More

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Carolinas deluged by floods as Florence moves on

WILMINGTON, N.C. − Rivers and waterways, swollen after Florence’s historic deluge, rose dangerously Read More

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Mrs Maisel, Game of Thrones win on night of Emmy upsets

LOS ANGELES − Game of Thrones and The Marvelous Mrs Maisel won the top prizes at the Emmy awards on Read More

Coke eyeing cannabis-infused drink market

Coca Cola Co. said on Monday it was closely watching the growing marijuana-infused drinks market, Read More

Two people fall ill in restaurant in poison attack city

LONDON – Two people fell ill on Sunday when eating in a restaurant in Salisbury, the English city Read More

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Alex Jordan: TV spot a dream come true

Alex Jordan has always had her sights set on the big world and doing big things. We knew her as the Read More

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Leigh Rivera makes your wedding dreams a reality

Leigh Rivera has always loved to create. In fact, for as long as she could remember, she was passionate Read More

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Social Scene: Doctors and credit union officials mingle

Some of Barbados’ fine medical brains shared down time with other doctors working in the diaspora Read More

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