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A MAN who was chased down on Friday night by three Caucasian men searching for missing woman Karen Harris, said he did not appreciate how he was treated by the group. Read More


Show stoppers

ADULT CLUBS where women, particularly non-nationals, are the main attraction, may have been dubbed gentlemen’s clubs and places of relaxation by some, but the Royal Barbados Police Force has a dim view of them. Read More


Surfers cry foul

WITH MORE THAN 300 signatures in hand, surfers yesterday submitted a petition to a number of Government agencies calling for the abandonment of the Sandy Lane Regeneration Beach Project. Read More


'We buy Bajan'

SANDALS BARBADOS has hit back strongly against Sir David Seale’s accusation that they do not stock local rum, calling the claim “ridiculous” and “mischievous”. Read More


Barbados and Cyprus’ bilateral relations to be energised

PRIME MINISTER Freundel Stuart has identified tourism and the international financial services as areas in which Barbados and the Republic of Cyprus can learn from each other. Read More


Barbados seeking more European visitors

ON THE HEELS of record tourist arrivals for the month of January, Acting Prime Minister, Richard Sealy, wants to see more visitors coming from continental Europe. Read More


Warm welcome

PERTH – Jerk chicken, souse, rice and peas, refreshing coconut water and even a sip of rum punch were on the menu as the West Indies cricketers were feted by fans at an open-air street-party here on Sunday evening. Read More


Bajans pull off polo opener

BARBADOS CAME AWAY with a hard-fought 2-1 victory against the visiting Cheshire polo team in the opening game of the four-match tournament which got underway at the Holders grounds on Sunday. Read More


Rendezvous stay on top of League

TITLE FAVOURITES Rendezvous are getting better as they continue to blank opponents and stay on top of the Digicel Premier League. Read More


ALL AH WE IS ONE: Unready Cameron

THOSE WHO CLAIM that in a democracy people always get the leadership that they deserve might be inadvertently absolving the citizens of autocracies from political responsibility. Read More


Rose-coloured shades won’t do

WHO DOES THE Royal Barbados Police Force, through Acting Assistant Superintendent of Police David Welch, think they are fooling? Does he think black Barbadians are stupid? Read More


EDITORIAL: RBPF deserves our support and praise

IT WOULD APPEAR that for the Royal Barbados Police Force (RBPF) it’s too often a case of “heads you lose; tails you lose”. Read More


J.K. Rowling revealed as writer of crime novel

LONDON (AP) — An ex-military man tries his hand at writing, publishes a debut detective novel, and wins critical acclaim. But here's the twist in the tale: The true identity of the author is none other than Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling. Read More


Lady Gaga, Kinney take cold plunge for Special Olympics

CHICAGO (AP) – Lady Gaga and Vince Vaughn made plunges into the icy waters of Chicago’s Lake Michigan at a fundraiser for the Special Olympics. Read More


Jalicia eyeing Top Model prize

Jalicia Nightengale Hebson is looking to score another feather in her cap. The 23-year-old Barbadian, originally from Kinglsand, Christ Church, has been selected to be the Barbados representative in the Top Model UK competition. Read More



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