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IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST: Don’t give them a licence to rob

15 April 2015

SOMETIMES WE OPERATE in a manner that suggests only people with big titles and qualifications can offer sensible suggestions for a better society. But we all know that’s not true. Read More

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A THORNY ISSUE: Father Fraser knew best

15 April 2015

ONE GOOD THING about Mary Fraser's success at the recent CARIFTA Games is that it went some way in clearing up certain perceptions some held about her father who also coaches her. Read More

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COZIER ON CRICKET: In the same boat

12 April 2015

EXCEPT for the significant disparity in their ICC rankings, England and the West Indies start the first Test series of the year at the Viv Richards Stadium in Antigua tomorrow with much in common. Read More

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LOOKA LEW: Job interview no-nos

10 April 2015

Listen, the same way that if you had a business you ain’t gine hire no idiot to work in it, then common sense would tell you that if you are a full-blown poppet, then it would be easier for you to get goat milk from a lizard first before anybody decides to hire you too. Read More

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IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST: Legal fraternity letting image slip

08 April 2015

TODAY, I HAVE TO STEP very carefully because I don’t want to offend any of my lawyer friends and then have to call on them to represent me when I get sued. Read More

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A THORNY ISSUE: For safety’s sake

08 April 2015

GOVERNMENT MINISTERS Stephen Lashley and Ronald Jones are on point with recent utterances relating to sports. Read More

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TALK BACK: Readers call for sex education for youth

06 April 2015

A RECENT SURVEY conducted by the Dance4Life revealed that roughly 36 per cent of children under the age of 15 were having sex and nearly half were doing so without using condoms. Read More

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COZIER ON CRICKET: Some prospects waiting in the wings

05 April 2015

ENGLAND spent their first day in the West Indies on Friday in their luxury accommodation in St Kitts, an island of 35 square miles populated by 45 000 easy-going inhabitants in the middle of the Caribbean Sea. Read More

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LOOKA LEW: I frighten to fly

02 April 2015

Now I don’t want to frighten nobody, so if you are travelling soon, or if you at the airport getting ready to board your flight, or if you are on the plane and now settling down, I would strongly suggest that you don’t read any more of this article, cause you gine get frighten. Read More

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A THORNY ISSUE: BSSAC 2015 in retrospect

01 April 2015

IT WAS THE LAST YEAR that Lester Vaughan couldn't afford to miss out on being crowned boys' champions at the Barbados Secondary Schools Athletic Championships (BSSAC). Read More

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