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  • GAIA holding its own GAIA holding its own

    Barbados’ Grantley Adams Inter­national Airport (GAIA), one of the Caribbean’s newest and busiest airports, has some amenities New York’s LaGuardia Airport lacks.

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  • A THORNY ISSUE: If it isn’t broken . . . A THORNY ISSUE: If it isn’t broken . . .

    Some sports administrators have been the  architects of death of some events. The first one that comes to mind is the National Industrial Games.

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  • Windies beat Ireland again Windies beat Ireland again

    KINGSTON – West Indies made use of a solid opening partnership between Dwayne Smith and Kieran Powell to brush aside Ireland by four wickets in their one-off One Day International at Sabina Park yesterday.

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  • Thinking Day  march focuses  on education Thinking Day march focuses on education

    The importance of a sound education to the development of young girls was part of the focus of the Girl Guide Association’s Thinking Day march and rally yesterday. 

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  • Wood’s recipe for frustration

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  • Fourth road fatality Fourth road fatality

    The day of love turned into an evening of tragedy for a Christ Church family yesterday.

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  • Opposition protests in St Kitts Opposition protests in St Kitts

    BASSETERRE, St Kitts (CMC) – Opposition supporters staged a silent protest outside the venue of a meeting of the Monetary Council of Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB), urging delegates to call on Prime…

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  • Final spot Final spot

    BARBADOS WILL OPPOSE Trinidad and Tobago in the final of the NAGICO Super50 tomorrow after defeating Guyana by seven wickets in their semi-final clash at Queen’s Park Oval in Port of Spain yesterday.

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  • Opposition JLP: Call in the army Opposition JLP: Call in the army

    KINGSTON, Jamaica (CMC) – The main opposition Jamaica Labour Party’s (JLP) has called on the Portia Simpson Miller led administration to send the army into the eastern section of the capital following an upsurge in violent crime in recent days.

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  • Focus on debt burden Focus on debt burden

    CASTRIES, St Lucia (CMC) – Prime Minister Dr Kenny Anthony says his administration will now focus on reducing the island’s debt burden.

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  • Gomes tops at Sharon Gomes tops at Sharon

    IT WENT right down to the wire with Gomes House barely holding off a determined Sobers House to win the overall title by three points when Sharon Primary held their sports at the Lester Vaughan School last Wednesday.

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  • COZIER ON CRICKET: Back to earth with a bump COZIER ON CRICKET: Back to earth with a bump

    ONLY A COUPLE of days after the administrative leaders of West Indies cricket spoke with heady optimism about the future, the team’s two Twenty20 internationals against Ireland at Sabina

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  • NOT BY OUR DOING NOT BY OUR DOING

    NEITHER Joel Garner nor the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) bowled an unreasonable delivery to shatter the stumps of former national captain Kirk Edwards.

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  • New Open  champ at Rockley New Open champ at Rockley

    A new champion has been crowned for the 2014 United Insurance/ Digicel/Diamonds International Rockley Open golf tournament.

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  • More aid for St Lucia More aid for St Lucia

    CASTRIES, (CMC) -Two months after the devastating Christmas Eve Trough, St Lucia continues to receive financial and technical support from allies and humanitarian organizations worldwide.

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