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    December 17

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I CONFESS: Used by men in church and dumped

26 June 2010

WHEN I WAS a little girl, my grandmother used to tell me that if I was honest, decent, hard-working and God-fearing, I would meet a good man, get married, and have a great life. Read More

SECRETS' CORNER: God's help in relationships

26 June 2010

We welcome your feedback for this week’s SECRETS CORNER question which is:Is there any real benefit to praying to God for help in a relationship; and, if you think so, can you share an example of how this has worked for you? Read More

PUDDING & SOUSE: Biggest gay party ever

26 June 2010

THE BIGGEST GAY PARTY ever took place in Barbados last night. Read More

FLYING FISH & COU COU: Four the hard way

26 June 2010

COU COU understands that there is a four-man team from a registered company making Barbados proud in the Caribbean, and simultaneously raking in about US$18 000 monthly in at least one jurisdiction. Read More

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Soca pulpit

25 June 2010

FATHER CLEMENT PAUL will be using the calypso stage for a pulpit this Crop-Over. Read More

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Ado at large

25 June 2010

THE STORIES of St Philip and the excellence therein are legendary, especially when told by a "Philipine". Read More

Artifax

25 June 2010

Hey, stand by – it's July, lots of arty Crop-Over action! Read More

Alexandra voices in competition

25 June 2010

THE ANNUAL Sheryl Hackett Memorial Inter-house Singing Competition comes off at Alexandra School tomorrow at 7 p.m. Read More

OFF THE CHEST: Lament for the lost songs

25 June 2010

THE 2010 VERSION of the Crop-Over Festival is very much upon us. Read More

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6 times to celebrate

25 June 2010

A COMBINATION of the tough economic situation and strategy has forced Celebration Time to cut back on the number of shows this year. Read More

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Social commentary in da House

25 June 2010

GREAT SOCIAL COMMENTARY, rhythmic party tunes, groovy sweet soca, comedic style, and great entertainment can be expected from the House Of Soca tent this Crop-Over season. Read More

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Double-dip of organ

25 June 2010

The First Annual International Benefit Organ Concert for Children was presented at St Mary’s Anglican Church, under the patronage of Prime Minister David Thompson, and in association with the Canadian High Commission to Barbados. Read More

Soca 'Brew'

25 June 2010

THE Harbour Road was full of Love, Energy And Community last Friday night when the popular Brewsters Road Crew held their launch fete. Read More

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King Shaquille and Queen Zoe rule Lodge

25 June 2010

ZOE TROTMAN AND SHAQUILLE LAYNE  turned the pages of history when they were crowned Miss and Mr Lodge School 2010, respectively, last Saturday night. Read More

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St George crowns Akeem and Asheba

25 June 2010

Akeem Jeffrey kicked and punched his way into the hearts of the audience and topped the official scoresheets to win the male half of the St George Secondary Pageant last Saturday evening at the school. Read More

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CASE NOT CLOSED: Mum not same after murder

25 June 2010

As Kathleen Lashley lay hovering between life and death in 2008, she appeared to have found a peace that had eluded her for the prior 20 years. Read More

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DANGER ZONE: End of the road

25 June 2010

The journey gained momentum through the many comments, emails and phone calls which all came from you – the readers. After 20 reports by of the WEEKEND NATION team’s observations on the road, our Danger Zone  traffic column is ending –for now. Read More

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40-year walk with God

25 June 2010

Back in 1969, something about Vincent Wood caught the attention of fellow journalists in the Broad Street newsroom of the Barbados Advocate. Read More

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IT MATTERS TO MARIA: Weston landowner in limbo

25 June 2010

DID Government get too excited when the Weston floods occurred? Read More

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MISSING PERSONS: Boy vanishes without a trace

25 June 2010

ON APRIL 10, 1988, seven-year-old Glenroy Wickham was taken away from his Connaugh Path, Grazettes, St Michael home by his father Wayne Devonish. Since that day, Wickham has not been seen or heard from by his "heart-broken family members". Read More

Cops' borrowing for funerals up

24 June 2010

Police officers have been borrowing a lot less from their credit union for weddings and a lot more for funerals. Read More

POLL

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