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Show stealer

27 July 2010

Patrons of the Junior Monarch competition were treated to a powerful rendition of Doh Waste It by seven-year-old Aaron Duncan Read More


Battle wary

27 July 2010

THE SOCA ROYALE showdown between the winners of the Sweet Soca and Party Monarch competitions is not popular among the artistes. Read More

Some singers back TC

27 July 2010

It seems that not only Terencia TC Coward is feeling the blow of the turn of events on Sunday at Bushy Park that marred what was otherwise an excellent display of musical talent. Read More

New social care model coming

27 July 2010

BARBADOS IS GETTING help from Chile and the Organisation of American States (OAS) to improve efficiencies in the delivery of social Read More


Stuart: Guard your minds

26 July 2010

BARBADOS is in the midst of a battle of the mind. Read More


Is Fidel coming back?

26 July 2010

HAVANA – It would be easy for Raul Castro to make headlines in a major Revolution Day speech today. Read More


Songs of praise for choir

26 July 2010

There was a tumultuous reception from relatives, friends and wellwishers yesterday as the St Leonard’s Boys’ Choir returned from its tour of London, England. Read More


Leotta marks 100 with garden party

26 July 2010

FAMILY, FRIENDS AND WELL-WISHERS turned out in their numbers yesterday to congratulate and celebrate with this island’s latest centenarian Leotta Sealy. Read More

Colonel defends state of emergency

26 July 2010

OCHO RIOS, Jamaica – The army and the police are insisting that an extension of the state of emergency would have strengthened the efforts of the Read More


Royale high

26 July 2010

Overcast skies and piping heat did nothing to spoil the fun at Bushy Park yesterday when thousands flocked to St Philip for the inaugural Soca Royale. Read More

British immigration cuts on cards

26 July 2010

LONDON – British Prime Minister David Cameron won much attention on his recent trip to the United States with his programme of savage spending cuts. Read More


Bitter with the Sweet

26 July 2010

THE ANNOUNCEMENT was met with boos and several thumbs down. Read More

A first for black man in Russian politics

26 July 2010

NOVOZAVIDOVO, Russia – People in this Russian town used to stare at Jean Gregoire Sagbo because they had never seen a black man. Read More


Sour note

26 July 2010

A DAY OF SPECTACULAR entertainment at Bushy Park, St Philip, ended yesterday in confusion and controversy with hundreds of people jeering the winner of the Sweet Soca competition, TC. Read More

Too late!

26 July 2010

The first controversy of Crop-Over 2010 is here. Read More


Bushy Park folk feel left out

26 July 2010

RESIDENTS OF Bushy Park, St Philip, were proud that yesterday’s Soca Royale competition was held in their vicinity but were "extremely disappointed" at not being given "free passes" to witness the historical event. Read More

BP chief 'on the way out'

26 July 2010

LONDON – BP chief executive Tony Hayward is negotiating the terms of his departure ahead of the oil company’s results announcement, Read More

BSTU: Act, or we will protest

26 July 2010

The Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) has warned that it will take some form of protest action if problems its members face at Alexandra School are not solved before the start of the next term. Read More

Ferry service delayed again

26 July 2010

The much-talked-about ferry service that would link Barbados and a handful of Caribbean islands, has been hit by another delay. Read More

Let's work together against terrorism!

26 July 2010

KAMPALA – A top United States official yesterday pledged continued support for African peacekeeping efforts in war-torn Somalia, Read More


Motorsports to music

26 July 2010

Soca Royale was more than a musical battle royale. Read More




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