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I CONFESS: Ugly side of Bajan society

10 July 2010

BARBADOS IS A beautiful country and a great place to live and work. There are few other places in the world where the people are as friendly and accommodating as there are here. This alone makes it special for me. Read More

SECRETS CORNER: Forgive and forget?

09 July 2010

WHATEVER MOTIVATES MARRIED MEN to cheat, the end result of their action is usually the same: pain and disappointment for their wives, and discord in their household. Read More

SECRETS CORNER QUESTION: Mother's advice on man with children

09 July 2010

We welcome your feedback for this week’s SECRETS CORNER question which is: Your 30-year-old daughter is in love with a man who has three children under the age of five. She has no children of her own. She comes to you for your opinion on the relationship. What would... Read More

I CONFESS: Men should respect their wives

09 July 2010

YOUR ARTICLE struck home. It was as if you were speaking about me and what my husband did. I was a real good wife to him, treated him special right through. We built a house together, had three children, and were living good for nearly 14 years, before things went sour.... Read More


Ribbon revellery

09 July 2010

The Community fever is alive an well in St. Peter, with work ongoing for the Ribbons Of Hope, Junior Kadooment Band. Read More


Bouncing Bunzz

09 July 2010

Bacchanal Time calypso tent has once again produced a singer who is doing big things. And all those who this Crop-Over season have heard or seen this fresh find Leisha "Cynna Bunzz" Leach will agree. Read More


Soca soldiers fall in

09 July 2010

ST ANN’S FORT, the home of the Barbados Defence Force (BDF) at the historic Garrison Savannah, was the site of one the hottest theme fêtes so far for the Crop-Over season, the Army Fête, held by Crossfire Ventures and the BDF. Read More


..'Til morning come

09 July 2010

WATCHING THE SUN RISE to the sounds of sweet soca music over the happy banter from partygoers at the Barbados Investment Development Corporation (BIDC) car park on the Harbour Road in The City, made the Passion Network fête last Sunday most memorable. Read More


Feteing, feteing…

09 July 2010

A Ryan lime. Enter the Ryan Brathwaite Crop-Over Lime. And it takes place every Thursday at the Ermie Bourne Centre in Hillaby, St Andrew. Read More


Laughter and tears at Bacchanal

09 July 2010

MORE than 60 patrons signed the condolence book for the late Dream Box, whose body lay in state at the opening of the Bacchanal Time calypso tent last Sunday at The Party Stand. Read More


CASE NOT CLOSED: Cruel way to go

09 July 2010

Keith Prince was somewhat of a character who roamed The City almost daily. Read More


MISSING PERSONS: Final sea trip

09 July 2010

LITTLE DID EQUILLA Reynolds know that when her boyfriend Laron Randolph left Barbados a year ago, aboard a boat named after their eight-month-old daughter Zoela, it would be the last time she would see him. Read More


'Put God in all things'

09 July 2010

Anything that is done without God will come to nothing, said Dr Wayne Poplin at the recent dedication of the Emmanuel Baptist Church’s multi-purpose centre. Read More


Class of its own

09 July 2010

At a time when well worn values and morality appear to be falling into a morass of degenerating standards, the Muslim community in Barbados has sought to insulate its children in an educational institution that is bearing fruit. Read More


Young blood

08 July 2010

NEWCOMER to the competition Shaki-K looks to be one of two singers from the House Of Soca calypso tent likely to advance to the Pic-O-De-Crop semi-finals. Read More



08 July 2010

The Forbidden City is no longer forbidden. In fact, every day thousands make the trek to the city of Beijing, China’s capital, to relive the royal days at the Forbidden City, also known as the Imperial Palace, when emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties ruled. Read More


AS BAJAN AS FLYING FISH: Jazzing up Sunday brunch

08 July 2010

My name is Tom Hinds and I organise a jazz brunch. Read More

DEAR CHRISTINE: No support from children's dad

07 July 2010

Dear Christine, I hope this letter finds you in the best of health. Christine, I received assistance from you before – some years ago. I am a single mother with four children going to school. Three at primary school and one at secondary school. Read More


WEDNESDAY WOMAN: Thomas – ready for any crisis

07 July 2010

THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR conceptualising, implementing and monitoring the national emergency management programme has rested on the shoulders of this WEDNESDAY WOMAN since the early 1980s. Read More

DEAR CHRISTINE: Wife dumps hubby for another

07 July 2010

Dear Christine, I have a good friend, she is married now three years. Her husband is a very nice man to her. He gave her everything she wanted; car, money, etc. He even rents cars for her when she is not working. Read More

DEAR CHRISTINE: Bajan woman, please come back

06 July 2010

Dear Christine, This is my confession, I want back my Bajan woman. Read More


With more public servants set to go home next month, do you think that the Barbados Economic Recovery and Transformation programme (BERT) is working?