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    April 26

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BLABBERMOUT BABSIE: What ya got to tah declare, Nes?

08 June 2010

Dear Nesta,ASSETS? WE GOT NEFFIN TO DECLARE!!Don’ t’ink de mont’s en gine long fas’! So fas’ dat we back once mo’ in de hurricane season, hearin’ how bizzy de year gine be fuh storms in dis area. It look like unly couple mont’s ago I was breavin’ a sigh o’ relief  to... Read More

Jamaica civil society's bid for change

08 June 2010

IT WAS inevitable, as the bloody Christopher "Dudus" Coke saga continued taking its horrible toll on Jamaica, that representative civil society groups would recognise their obligations to become involved with urgent creative "rescue initiatives".Not surprisingly, therefore,... Read More

NEW DAWN – Oil can spoil

07 June 2010

IN THE HEYDAY of "petro-dollars" before the devaluations, Trinis boasted they would always be a financially viable country because Read More

ALTAR CALL - Be careful what you hear

07 June 2010

IT WAS NOT YOUR USUAL CHURCH SETTING, but the Biblical lessons taught to over 200 students of the Garrison Secondary School Read More

BC's BDOS - The gang's all here

07 June 2010

ESTHER PHILLIPS, the elegant and erudite editor of the literary journal Bim, in her SUNDAY SUN column yesterday-week, Read More

EDITORIAL - Let our text be common sense at school again

07 June 2010

To live is to choose. But to choose well, you must know who you are and what you stand for, where you want to go and why you want to get there.  Read More

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Lets build on our sound heritage

07 June 2010

AS AN OCTOGENARIAN I often reflect on the progress that has taken place in Barbados, especially in the last few decades. Read More

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Keep focus on what you want

07 June 2010

WHAT IS IT that you do not want? Let that be your motivator. Read More

WILD COOT - The scars of rugby

06 June 2010

THOSE WHO HAVE COME TO THE CONCLUSION that I have lost my marbles, might very well be right. In my youth, Read More

IN THE CANDID CORNER -  The least educated? Stupse!

06 June 2010

West Indies cricketers need to show a bit more determination and maturity - Clyde Butts, chairman of selectors. WEST INDIES CRICKET has been in the doldrums for sometime now. Read More

GUEST COLUMN – Not the same thing

06 June 2010

MANY YEARS AGO, IQ tests were given to some Australia aboriginal children who were doing poorly Read More

How West Indies can win

06 June 2010

THE CURRENT NONSENSE which passes for West Indies cricket must by now be a major affront and embarrassment Read More

AL GILKES COLUMN - The power of info

06 June 2010

THE POWER of the mobile phone and Internet media like Facebook was demonstrated recently when text messages Read More

ON THE OTHER HAND - Price of progress

06 June 2010

I LAMENT the passing of many things, but none more than Pine Hill Dairy "fresh" pasteurised milk. It's the end of an era. Read More

GUEST COLUMN – Careless with CARICOM

06 June 2010

AS "WEST INDIANS", as "Caribbean people", we face a basic contradiction of oneness and otherness, a basic paradox of kinship and alienation. Read More

MAVIS BECKLES: In dire need of a new hospital

05 June 2010

WHEN I was growing up, there was the General Hospital there pon Jemmotts Lane wid the eye ward over the road 'pon Bay Street. Then the Errol Barow administration build the Queen Elizabeth Hospital 'pon Martindales road, discarding the old one. As the years went by,... Read More

EDITORIAL: Keep graduation costs within reach

05 June 2010

WITHIN THE NEXT TWO WEEKS primary and secondary schools will hold their annual graduation ceremonies. These graduations are among the most eagerly anticipated events on the school calendar for students, parents and teachers. For students, graduation represents their... Read More

Real Jezebel on the job

05 June 2010

THE WOMAN who believes that some workers in a certain organisation dislike her colleague, should be the last to talk about anyone. Currently, she has someone in court for theft, and sometime back she caused one of her male comrades to go before the boss for lying. For... Read More

SATURDAY CHILD: Chai till I die

05 June 2010

"START WITH the rubber curry. The rubber curry should be used in a circular motion to loosen dirt that has settled under the horse's hair." This is good advice for people who curry horses. In this case, the word "curry" is associated with neatening and not with eating.... Read More

COU COU & FLYING FISH: Power play in the works

04 June 2010

THE NEXT FEW WEEKS should determine the division of troops in one army and who the ultimate general will turn out to be. One of the generals lost a recent manoeuvre involving a trusted ally, but is still very much the front-runner. The second general got his wish... Read More

OUR CARIBBEAN: Arthur's read on CSME way for OECS/Belize

04 June 2010

THE CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY ministers responsible for trade and economic development will shortly consider what is viewed as a very serious exercise in support of full integration of Belize and the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) into the evolving CARICOM... Read More

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