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WEEKEND BUZZ April 24, 2015

In the Weekend Buzz: A look back at the Reggae Beach Party. Read More

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Combermere closed next week for cleaning

THE MINISTRY of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation has advised that Combermere School will remain closed next week. Read More

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NATION newscast April 24, 2015

IN TONIGHT’S NEWS: A former Prime Minister sends a warning to the Central Bank. Read More

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First set of employees leaving BL&P at month-end

SEVERAL EMPLOYEES of the Barbados Light & Power (BL&P) Company Limited are expected to exit the business at month-end, having accepted early retirement and voluntary separation packages. Read More

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First set of employees leaving BL&P at month-end

SEVERAL EMPLOYEES of the Barbados Light & Power (BL&P) Company Limited are expected to exit the business at month-end, having accepted early retirement and voluntary separation packages. Read More

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TOURISM MATTERS: Get those rooms logged on

LET ME BE among the first to congratulate a minister of tourism for embarking on a personal visit to all the hotels in his domain. Read More

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Buzo’s opening soon

BARBADOS IS ABOUT to get a taste of “authentic” Italian cuisine garnished with new investment and jobs. Read More

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ON THE RIGHT: Regional plan to boost FDI

FOREIGN DIRECT investment (FDI) plays a more crucial role in small economies. Read More

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Alisa makes cricket history at St Michael

ALISA SCANTLEBURY became the first girl to play cricket for The St Michael School yesterday in the opening round of the Sir Everton Weekes under-13 competition. Read More

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More sports being tested

THE NATIONAL ANTI-DOPING COMMISSION has started testing more sporting organisations. Read More

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Hard work on court pays off for Lockhart

BARBADOS’ BEST is being recognised. Read More

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Blackbirds soar against Guardian Pride

A SUPERLATIVE performance by Barbados player Shonica Wharton helped to sustain UWI Blackbirds’ bid for double crown netball honours Wednesday night. Read More

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OUTSIDE THE PULPIT: Learn to work for what you want

I HAVE GREAT ADMIRATION for Acting Magistrate Alliston Seale. He is a person with courage and is not afraid to speak out and call it as he sees it. Read More

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EDITORIAL: Poor timing at Combermere

THERE CAN BE NO DENYING that in recent times the island’s trade unions have been in the news with acute regularity, leading some to question their agenda and others to conclude they have been engaged in activities aimed at putting the Government under pressure. Read More

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A voice for the voiceless

AS EVERY LAW STUDENT KNOWS, you can’t plead necessity to a murder charge. Read More

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GAL FRIDAY: Karaoke with the columnists

I WENT DOWN to Holetown while Lowdown was going down to lowtown on Monday. While I was making a purchase, he was frolicking with the mammals in St Andrew. Read More

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WEEKEND BUZZ April 24, 2015

In the Weekend Buzz: A look back at the Reggae Beach Party. Read More

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Traffic changes for Reggae on the Hill

THE FOLLOWING temporary traffic arrangements have been put in place by the Royal Barbados Police Force for Sunday’s Reggae on the Hill show at Farley Hill. Read More

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CinemaCon pays tribute to Clint Eastwood

LAS VEGAS (AP) – Clint Eastwood wants to get one thing straight: He did not threaten to kill Michael Moore. Read More

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Elton John glasses stolen from museum

MEMPHIS, Tennessee (AP) – Officials say a pair of Elton John’s heart-shaped glasses has been stolen from a display case at a Memphis museum. Read More

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