bloctalkbacknatasha

TALKBACK: Gun crime and economic woes still a concern

27 October 2014

GUN CRIME and the economy were two ​of the many issues which concerned Barbadians last week. Read More

lookalew

LOOKA LEW: Mosquitoes dread

24 October 2014

Chickengotyuh or chikUngunya, I don’t care what it name, I would prefer to slide down the edge of a 40ft razor blade naked as I born and pull brakes with my gonads, before I catch that disease. Read More

bloctalkbacknatasha

TALK BACK: Illegal Bajans, tour pullout the talking points

20 October 2014

Besides ongoing concerns about Ebola and chikungunya, there were two issues which stimulated much discussion among online readers last week. Read More

ronincommon

RON IN COMMON: Unite to fight Ebola

19 October 2014

The news is raging about chikungunya, mosquitoes and unsightly garbage pile ups all over the place.  Read More

lookalew

LOOKA LEW: Mourning fuh Days

17 October 2014

The funeral service is announced of the late Days of Our Lives, better known as Days or Daysie, late of The Pine, St Michael; wife of Nuff Gossip, mother of Burn Food and Licks, sister of Dr Horton, grandmother of Stefano, great-grandmother of Doug and Julie, retired... Read More

inthepublicinterest1

IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST: Reading with a pinch of salt

15 October 2014

It’s Sunday morning and I am sitting at Gatwick Airport waiting for my onward flight to Amsterdam. Read More

talkbacksherrylyncolor

TALKBACK: Sympathy for Ursuline parents, but …

13 October 2014

AS PART OF efforts to prepare for any suspected cases of Ebola in Barbados, health officials have identified the Enmore Clinic in Collymore Rock, St Michael, as the site for an isolation centre. Read More

lookalew

LOOKA LEW: Minibus men fuh real?

03 October 2014

Anybody see the postman lately? I here waiting on him, cause as soon as I get this income tax money, the first thing I gine and do is get my glasses change, cause I does be reading things and them does don’t look right to me at all. Read More

violadavis

#IamBeautiful

02 October 2014

New York Times TV critic Alessandra Stanley recently wrote a review on Shonda Rhimes’ new crime drama How to Get Away with Murder, which has drawn the ire of both Rhimes and black women. Read More

inthepublicinterest1

IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST: Can't follow Boyce all the way

01 October 2014

I like Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police Erwin Boyce. Read More

whatstrendingbloc

What's Trending: No bail for murder-accused

30 September 2014

The Nation’s Online Editor Sherrylyn Toppin looks at What’s Trending today in Barbados. Read More

talkbacksherrylyncolor

TALK BACK: Readers fuming over BWA meter issue

29 September 2014

In the midst of all that happened last week, one story which attracted the attention of online readers was the installation of water meters at an upscale property in Porters, St James, where no water usage had been billed for ten years. Read More

lookalew

LOOKA LEW: Let children be children

26 September 2014

Wait, you igrunt or something? Read More

whatstrendingbloc

What's Trending: Woman caught with guns, drugs and ammo

22 September 2014

The Nation’s Online Editor Sherrylyn Toppin looks at What’s Trending today in Barbados. Read More

talkbacksherrylyncolor

TALKBACK: Thumbs up for Sprayground bag ban

22 September 2014

THE BANNING of Sprayground bags by the Barbados Association of Principals of Public Secondary Schools had been seen as the right move by most online readers. Read More

earthwindfireseptember

Do you remember?

21 September 2014

Do you remember the 21st night of September? Last year? Five years ago? Ten years ago? Read More

whatstrendingbloc

What's Trending: Keep Barbados clean

20 September 2014

The Nation’s Online Editor Sherrylyn Toppin looks at What’s Trending today in Barbados. Read More

lookalew

LOOKA LEW: Robbers beware

19 September 2014

“Lew, he would have to kill me!” With eyes wide opening and flaring nostrils, that is what the gentleman told me by the supermarket Sunday morning. Read More

inthepublicinterest1

IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST: Rough ride from potholed roads

17 September 2014

In the best of financial times, authorities in Barbados have had a hard time keeping our roads in a decent state of repair.   Read More

talkbacksherrylyncolor

TALK BACK: Giving thanks for the good news

15 September 2014

These days, there seems to be a wave of bad news events one after the other. Read More

inthepublicinterest1

IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST: 'F' grade for bursary equation

10 September 2014

Today I approach this column with a larger than usual dose of caution since it involves a ministry and minister I have written about on a number of occasions. Read More

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