Child crisis

CHILD ABUSE has reached “a crisis situation” in Barbados, children’s rights advocate Faith Marshall-Harris said yesterday. Read More



THERE WILL BE no backing down on this one. Read More


Stigma worry

PUNITIVE LEGISLATION, homophobia and stigma are making the HIV/AIDS epidemic worse, says Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon. Read More


Cahill states case

AFTER BEING HAMMERED by the Opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) and termed a “waste-of-energy” plant, Cahill Energy yesterday responded with a media release saying the company would bring investment, jobs and environmental technology to the island. Read More


BHTA fixes fund problem

THE BARBADOS HOTEL AND TOURISM ASSOCIATION (BHTA) has found a way to get more of its members to contribute ot the Tourism Fund, which has received more than $7 million since being launched in 2003. Read More


AS I SEE THINGS: Weeding out economic myths

IN 1977, WORLD RENOWNED ECONOMIST MILTON FRIEDMAN, delivered a powerful lecture at Utah State University on the topic Myths That Conceal Reality. This great economist identified and expanded on what he categorised as the Robber Baron Myth, the Great Depression Myth,... Read More


BIBA: Time to talk tax havens

BARBADOS’ CONTROVERSIAL BLACKLISTING by a group of European Union (EU) countries is “hypocritical” and “grossly discriminatory”, says outgoing Barbados International Business Association (BIBA) president Connie Smith. Read More


Ban impressed with Caribbean LED

UNITED NATIONS Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon, today got an idea of the progress Barbados was making in its renewable energy sector during a tour of Caribbean LED Lighting at Lower Estate, St Michael. Read More


Levi’s goal

LEVI CADOGAN is aiming to become just the second Barbadian to run below 10 seconds when he dons the ultramarine and gold at the upcoming Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada. Read More


Dames shock Rendezvous

THE CULMINATION of the Digicel Premier League just got even more interesting after Thursday night’s result at the Barbados Football Association Wildey AstroTurf. Read More


Green going all out

EASTER RALLYCROSS CHAMPION Ripley Green will lead the charge at the Barbados Auto Racing League’s (BARL) RallyCross race meet at the Vaucluse Raceway tomorrow starting at 10 a.m. Read More


DMZ out of tomorrow’s Bushy Park Drag Warz II

DRAG RACING record-holder Mathew ‘DMZ’ Forde will sit out this weekend’s Barbados Association of Dragsters & Drifters (BADD) Courtesy Garage/GoodYear Summernight Drag Warz II at Bushy Park tomorrow. Read More


EDITORIAL: Action, not talk on food security

The talk yet again is about the need for the Caribbean to produce more of its own food. This time it is Prime Minister Freundel Stuart who has joined the long chorus line singing this critical need. Read More


SATURDAY’S CHILD: Money in the bank

THE JOKES RAN thick and fast. Read More


MAVIS BECKLES: Tiefing in duh blood

ALL SORTS O’ PEOPLE make up this great big beautiful world hear wha’ I tell ya. Some good and some bad; some even in between, a little bit of each. Read More


EDITORIAL: Public has right to know

IT IS unfortunate that as our country develops and the national appetite for relevant and vital information grows, the inclination of agents and agencies of the State to confide in the public appears to be receding. Read More


Weekend Buzz July 3, 2015

In the Weekend Buzz . . . A look back at Beach Fest and Elevate. The launch of Sunset Sundays. What's buzzing this weekend. Read More


All about soca and steel

CALYPSONIANS LI’L RICK, Grynner and Mikey will be a part of the Massy Pan Pun de Sand this year. Read More


Artistes get ready for Sweet N' Spicy showdown

ALL SYSTEMS ARE go for the Sweet Soca and Party Monarch semi-finals tomorrow. Read More


House of Soca facing the judges

CALYSONIANS in the House of Soca Calypso Tent are facing judgement tonight at their home base at Divi Southwinds hotel. Read More




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