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What's Trending:Music in the Gap

28 January 2012

The hard times being experienced by some vendors and business owners in the St Lawrence Gap is what  readers are talking about today. Read More

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What's Trending: Pure politics!

27 January 2012

The hot issue today concerns Avinash Persaud who has accused Opposition Leader Owen Arthur of playing politics with the Four Seasons project. Read More

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What's Trending:Politicians under fire

26 January 2012

Politicians have come under fire from online readers this morning. Read More

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What's Trending:Full pay for teachers

25 January 2012

The Alexandra School dispute which has gripped this country for the last three weeks has now settled. Read More

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What's Trending:PM should meet all

24 January 2012

Tongues are still wagging about yesterday’s announcement by Prime Minister Freundel Stuart that striking teachers at the Alexandra School will be returning to the classroom tomorrow after being off the job for close to three weeks. Read More

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What's Trending:PM on Alexandra dispute

23 January 2012

The Alexandra School dispute which has been going on for the last 20 days, could come to an end today. Read More

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What's Trending:Streaker at Oval

22 January 2012

A streaker took centre stage at Kensington Oval running onto the field during last night’s Caribbean Twenty20 cricket semifinal between Barbados and Trinidad. The naked intruder was able to race well past the pitch before being apprehended by security guards. Here’s... Read More

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What's Trending:Next move Mr PM?

21 January 2012

Today is Errol Barrow Day in Barbados and many will be reflecting  and celebrating the contributions of this country’s Father of Independence – Errol Walton Barrow. Read More

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What's Trending: IMF: Wrong Turn

20 January 2012

The Nation’s Associate Editor, Sherie Holder-Olutayo looks at What’s Trending in Barbados. Read More

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What's Trending: PM's move

19 January 2012

The Alexandra School ongoing saga continues to be a sad state of affairs for some of our online readers. Read More

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What's Trending:Eyes on Economy

18 January 2012

The eyes are on the economy this morning. Read More

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What's Trending: Rihanna lights up

17 January 2012

Websites around the world are making a huff and a puff about Rihanna’s smoking. Read More

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What's Trending:Eyes on PM Stuart

16 January 2012

The eyes of the nation are again on Prime Minister Freundel Stuart. This time they are waiting to see what he will do to solve the ongoing Alexandra School dispute. Read More

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What's Trending: Split!

13 January 2012

The Nation’s Associate Editor Sherie Holder-Olutayo has been looking at What’s Trending in Barbados. Read More

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What's Trending: D-Day for teachers

10 January 2012

Today is the day when the eyes of the nation will not only be on Alexandra School monitoring the impasse there between 30 teachers Read More

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What's Trending:Alexandra action; Warrens changes

09 January 2012

Today, the eyes of our readers continue to be on the Alexandra School where the dispute between principal Jeff Broomes and 30 teachers has entered Day 4. Read More

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What's Trending: Students Step Up

08 January 2012

The planned action by the Barbados Secondary Teacher’s Union is again taking centre stage. Read More

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What's Trending: BSTU planned action

07 January 2012

The planned action by the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) is the topic trending again for the third straight day. Read More

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What's Trending:Globe goes gospel

06 January 2012

The Globe Cinema will now be spreading the gospel. Read More

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What's Trending: Alexandra impasse

05 January 2012

The issue of the day that has tongues wagging is the Alexandra School impasse. Read More

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