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Petrocaribe celebrated

THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY of the signing of the Petrocaribe agreement was celebrated today with songs, cake and a call for Barbados to take part. Read More

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Four swimmers for Open Water 5K

FOUR SWIMMERS have been named to represent Barbados in the final leg of the Central American and Caribbean Swimming Confederation Swimming Championships. Read More

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Media in for Heads of Government conference

IT MAY NOT BE as glamorous as the Academy Awards, but the 36th Regular Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is attracting at least 150 reporters and photographers. Read More

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Police charge wanted man in drug find

POLICE HAVE ARRESTED and charged a second man in connection with the seizure of cannabis from a vehicle which overturned. 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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THE ISSUE (ON THE LEFT): Too much left unsaid in Budget

There were three issues that needed to be addressed: the Government’s fiscal position, debt position and strategies for growth and development going forward. Clearly, this was about the fiscal position only. Read More

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Four swimmers for Open Water 5K

FOUR SWIMMERS have been named to represent Barbados in the final leg of the Central American and Caribbean Swimming Confederation Swimming Championships. Read More

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Barbados expelled from FIFA World Cup qualifiers

BARBADOS HAVE BEEN booted out of the FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifiers. Read More

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Serena Williams chasing Grand Slam

SERENA WILLIAMS heads to Wimbledon halfway to a Grand Slam. If it were up to her, no one would notice. Read More

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Briggs: Unfair play

RETAINING THE PINE HILL DAIRY PRIMARY SCHOOLS NETBALL TITLE title by beating your second team in the finals would make most coaches happy. Read More

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HEALING HERBS: Ackee a genuine medicinal fruit

ONE OF MY TEACHERS taught me how to sing the above folk song at primary school. I cannot remember if it was Mr Herbert Reifer, Mrs Boucher or Mr Cardinal Beckles from Waverly Cot. Divinely, they were sowing some celestial seeds into my consciousness in readiness for this article. 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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WILD COOT: The new sugar factory

BARBADOS IS TO GET a new sugar factory soon. Read More

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ALTAR CALL: Elder: Bodies not made to be decorated

IF ANYONE WAS EXPECTING A FIERY SERMON about Heaven and Hell, or the wickedness of man’s heart during the sermon at the Pilgrim Road Seventh-Day Adventist Church service last Saturday, they came away disappointed. 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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Sweet Beats end City Fest

THE CURTAIN CAME DOWN on the First Citizens Crop Over City Fest And Ceremonial Delivery Of The Last Canes with a Sweet Beats Of Bridgetown concert in Heroes Square on Saturday night. Read More

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Hurrah for last canes

THE POMP AND PAGEANTRY normally associated with the ceremonial delivery of the last canes was sorely missing this year. Read More

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