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A THORNY ISSUE: A question of structure

19 November 2014

When I heard that Colin “Potato” Forde had resigned as national football coach, Queen’s monster hit, Another One Bites The Dust, came to mind. Read More

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COZIER ON CRICKET: WICB slip showing

16 November 2014

It took two weeks for 14 West Indies cricketers to carry out their threat to pack their kits bags and prematurely abandon their tour of India, the ruinous repercussions of which still reverberate around the Caribbean. Read More

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RON IN COMMON: Chik-V and income tax pains

15 November 2014

Yeh, I’m up and around and thankful. Read More

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LOOKA LEW: Listen up, men lovers

14 November 2014

Look, if you are a man and you are a man lover, as far as I am concern that is your business. Read More

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ON THE BALL: Bye, bye Birdies

12 November 2014

Oh, we’re hearing you Derrick Garrett. But if I didn’t know any better I’d say you sound like a man that’s surprised at how easy these finals were for the champion Cavs. Read More

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A THORNY ISSUE: No time for victimisation

12 November 2014

Victimisation can’t be an option for the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) in their dispute with the players who went on the abandoned tour of India. Read More

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THE NETTE EFFECT: The price of a ride

11 November 2014

I broke one of my cardinal rules on safety and picked up a hitchhiker over the weekend. Read More

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TALK BACK: Luxury SUVs anger readers

09 November 2014

Online readers reacted with disbelief and anger to the purchase of new luxury SUVs by Government recently. Read More

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COZIER ON CRICKET: The beam in board's eye

08 November 2014

It is 26 days since the West Indies team prematurely exited its tour of India with one One-Day International (ODI) . . . Read More

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LOOKA LEW: Beggars gone wild

07 November 2014

I come along hearing the old people with this saying: "Beggars can’t be choosers." Read More

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