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Surfers worried over Sandy Lane plan

16 July 2019

The surfing fraternity has expressed concerns about possible harm to a major surf break in light of work being done on a beach restoration project. Read More

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Pre-sentencing report on Pile

16 July 2019

ATTORNEY Vonda Pile will be back in court next Monday, July 22, when a number of character witnesses will speak on her behalf. Read More

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Former students found guilty

16 July 2019

Three former Princess Margaret Secondary School students have been found guilty of the manslaughter of a fellow student in a case of bullying ten years ago. The verdict was handed down moments ago in the No. 2 Supreme Court. Read More

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Police constable passes after brief illness

16 July 2019

The Royal Barbados Police Force is mourning the loss of one of its own. Police Constable Number 344, Alfred Clarke, passed away at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Tuesday after a brief illness. Read More

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Woodwork triggers Cy’s love for art

16 July 2019

Cy Hutchinson is not an accidental artist. He didn’t just stumble into creating all the work he does. It may sound like a cliché, but he is following his passion to create and enjoying it immensely. Read More

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Prescod and Rogers to return to court in September

16 July 2019

The drugs matters against Christopher Glenn Rogers, 57, and Walter O'Neal Prescod, 55, have been adjourned until September 5. Read More

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Chemical odour chases NSC staff

16 July 2019

The majority of the staff at the National Sports Council (NSC) are currently off the job. More than a dozen staffers left their desks earlier this morning, after an industrial cleaning of the My Lord's Hill, St Michael, facility went wrong. Read More

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Xenophobia and racism on the rise in Trinidad and Tobago, says president

16 July 2019

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – President Paula-Mae Weekes Monday said that the increase in the number of Venezuelans arriving here over the past few weeks has prompted xenophobia and racism in Trinidad and Tobago. Read More

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Nicholls lands maiden win

15 July 2019

BAJAN JOCKEY Keveh Nicholls landed his first win at Woodbine racetrack aboard 19-to-1 shot Copinsay in the fourth race on the programme on Sunday. Read More

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Blow to Digicel

15 July 2019

Digicel is struggling to climb out of a deep financial hole, with debt on its books now estimated to be seven times more than earnings. Read More

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Clapham’s Crown

15 July 2019

CAPTAINS lead by example from the front, and Rahiim Gibbons did that Sunday night at the indoor Barbados Community College facility. Read More

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Pension payments still not settled

15 July 2019

MORE THAN A month after Government said it would reverse the decision by the Treasury Department that stopped medically unfit people from receiving pensions, nothing has been done. Read More

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LIAT talks hit snag

15 July 2019

ANTIGUA is playing hard ball with the Barbados Government over the LIAT issue. Read More

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Blue Horizon’s project plan

15 July 2019

The redevelopment of the Blue Horizon Hotel will be done in two phases. Phase 1 is slated to take place on a property at the rear of the hotel that has not been in use for over 15 years. Read More

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Women’s Under-20 footballers win again

15 July 2019

Barbados’ impressive form at the CONCACAF Under-20 football championship continued with a 2-0 victory over Anguilla at Warner Park, St Kitts and Nevis. Read More

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Big dreams for young inventor

15 July 2019

TEN-YEAR-OLD Azevier Callender wants to be a carpenter and an inventor when he grows up. Read More

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KRYSTLE CLEAR: Equity versus Equality Part 2

15 July 2019

Last week, I started the conversation on equity versus equality. We got a basic understanding of some general truths for various classes of Barbadians and tried to define what would truly be considered fair. Read More

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Teaching children about God’s glory

15 July 2019

For the past 11 years she has been a child advocate, providing assistance to children and families in The Pine and Wildey, St Michael areas. In addition to looking after their spiritual needs, she provides them with school supplies, uniforms and financial assistance,... Read More

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Soldiers must ‘walk worthy’

15 July 2019

Soldiers for God and soldiers in the army must both walk worthy. Assistant chaplain of the Barbados Defence Force, Reverend Dr Joel Cumberbatch said both armies required dedication and both were a privilege to serve. Read More

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Bajan Gems thrashed by defending champions Australia 

15 July 2019

The Bajan Gems were annihilated 91-22 by defending champions Australia as the Vitality Netball World Cup 2019 continued today in Liverpool, England. Read More

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Wanderers, Empire triumph

14 July 2019

Wanderers and Empire completed victories on a rain-affected last day of the first-round matches in the Barbados Cricket Association’s Elite Division yesterday. Read More

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