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  • Craig remembered as a giant Craig remembered as a giant

    LIONEL SEYMOUR CRAIG was described yesterday as a man of passion who accepted “the consequences of his choices”.

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  • Errol Flynn’s widow dies in Jamaica Errol Flynn’s widow dies in Jamaica

    KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) – Patrice Wymore Flynn, a Hollywood actress and cattle rancher who was the widow of swashbuckling screen legend Errol Flynn, has died at her seaside home in northeastern Jamaica.

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  • Teen takes archery gold Teen takes archery gold

    A 14-YEAR-OLD schoolboy is making a name for himself in the field of archery.

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  • Special Olympians have their day Special Olympians have their day

    THE CROWD was not very large and the Olympic maxim of faster, higher, stronger, further was not significant. 

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  • Rawlings wows Holders audience Rawlings wows Holders audience

      BRITISH COMIC Steve Rawlings left Barbados with new disciples after his stand-up act before a Virgin Atlantic Holders Season audience last Monday.

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  • 11th minister fired in Trinidad 11th minister fired in Trinidad

    PORT OF SPAIN – The People’s Partnership Government is less than four years old, but an 11th minister is set to be fired.

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  • Farm first Farm first

    AN ECONOMIST and a Member of Parliament (MP) have lambasted any notion to make the stretch between St David’s, Christ Church and Six Roads, St Philip a concrete jungle.

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  • Bynoe to test skills in Canada Bynoe to test skills in Canada

    Champion apprentice of 2013 Damario Bynoe is the latest Barbadian jockey who will be seeking to broaden his riding skills as he moves his tack to Northlands Park in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, for their upcoming season beginning May 2.

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  • ‘Problems’ in IDB project ‘Problems’ in IDB project

    GOVERNMENT DID everything “humanly possible” to execute the Inter-American Development Bank-funded Housing and Neighbourhood Upgrading Programme.

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  • AWRIGHT DEN!: A homeless gentleman AWRIGHT DEN!: A homeless gentleman

    We all possess two main desires – to love and to be loved – and volunteerism beautifully encompasses both dimensions of these powerful desires. I have been a volunteer for just short

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  • Former T&T Prime Minister Robinson is dead Former T&T Prime Minister Robinson is dead

    PORT OF SPAIN – Former President and Prime Minister Arthur NR Robinson has died.

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  • Slamming time on court Slamming time on court

    The juniors continue to make their presence felt in the “B” class division of the Bush Hall Dungeon Road Tennis Competition.

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  • Need seen  for stronger financial regulation Need seen for stronger financial regulation

    FINANCIAL REGULATORS IN the region are walking the thin line between rigorous due diligence and lack of red tape in order to facilitate business investment

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  • Panday skipping funeral Panday skipping funeral

    PORT OF SPAIN – FORMER prime minister Basdeo Panday yesterday offered condolences to the family of former prime minister and president Arthur NR Robinson, but said he would not be attending his funeral.

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  • Bajans on top against Leewards Bajans on top against Leewards

    Barbados, set up by a four-wicket haul from off-spinner Ashley Nurse, routed the Leeward Islands for a meagre 94 in 34.4 overs . . .

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