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Free rodent bait available Saturday

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH OFFICERS from the St Philip Polyclinic will distribute free rodent bait at Emerald City Supermarket, Six Roads, St Philip on Saturday, July 4. Read More

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Barbados’ legal system going online

WITH AN INCREASING demand for access to information online, efforts are underway to have all of Barbados’ laws available digitally. Read More

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Stray Cats first out the blocks

THE SOLO STRAY Cats Calypso Tent is the first to face the judges this year. Read More

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National Art Gallery to be established

THE NATIONAL COLLECTION will soon have a permanent home, with the establishment of a National Art Gallery. Read More

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EU clinches deal to end mobile roaming charges

BRUSSELS (AP) - The European Union has agreed to end mobile roaming charges within two years and allow travellers to pay the same price for calls, text messages and data anywhere in the 28 EU nations. Read More

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Economy is making a shift, forum told

AN INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK (IDB) expert says Barbados’ economy is shifting from one that relies heavily on Government to one where growth is led by the private sector. Read More

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BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Warner and the FIFA saga

Anthony “Ike” Hinds is well known in the world of pan music in the United States (US) and elsewhere as an artist, par excellence. Read More

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10-MINUTE MANAGER: Laina Jacob

Are you where you’ve always wanted to be? No, but I am sure happy where I am. There is always more to learn, experience and achieve. Read More

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Miller appointed to WICB Corporate Governance & Nominations Committee

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dodridge Miller to its Corporate Governance & Nominations Committee. Read More

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Open Water gold for Alexis Clarke

ALEXIS CLARKE added another gold medal to the Barbados tally in the Central American and Caribbean Amateur Swimming Confederation (CCCAN) Open Water 5K race this morning in Carlisle Bay. Read More

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ICC makes changes at Annual Conference

SEVERAL REVISIONS and recommendations were made as the International Cricket Council (ICC) Annual Conference concluded in Barbados recently under the chairmanship of Narayanaswami Srinivasan. Read More

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Misbah to join Tridents

AS THE BARBADOS TRIDENTS prepare to say goodbye to one Pakistani player, another has been named to join them for the latter rounds of the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) T20 cricket competition. Read More

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EDITORIAL: Dialogue best approach to BIDC issue

THE TWO SIDES in the dispute over severed/retired employees of the Barbados Investment and Development Corporation (BIDC) are clearly poles apart. What we are reasonably sure they will both agree on is that a national strike is the last thing Barbados needs right now.... Read More

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ALL AH WE IS ONE: Personal vs Public Interest

AN ARTICLE in the last SUNDAY SUN by Caswell Franklyn has touched upon a central problem of governance in the contemporary Caribbean: the tendency of elected government officials to place their personal interests above the public good. Read More

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Bury seaweed on beach

WHAT TO DO with the seaweed? Bury it, right where it is, on the beach. Use it to rebuild our beaches. Read More

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Gay ring nothing to highlight

TIME NOW PERMITS ME TO RESPOND to an article in the June 21 Sunday Sun [headlined Gay Couple Ties The Knot]. Read More

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Stray Cats first out the blocks

THE SOLO STRAY Cats Calypso Tent is the first to face the judges this year. Read More

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NBC to Donald Trump: You're fired

NEW YORK (AP) - NBC said Monday that it is ending its business relationship with mogul and GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump because of comments he made about Mexican immigrants during the announcement of his campaign. Read More

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Joni Mitchell recovering from aneurysm

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Joni Mitchell’s friend and conservator says it was an aneurysm that sent the folk singer to the hospital in March. Read More

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Beachfest blast

SUN, SEA, SAND and sweet soca were all in abundance at the first ever Beachfest held at Browne’s Beach yesterday. Read More

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