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  • ‘Better crop than pot’ ‘Better crop than pot’

    EXTENSIVE GROWING OF marijuana can result if Barbados continues to abandon sugar cane cultivation, says chairman of Barbados Sugar Industries Limited (BSIL), Patrick Bethel.

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  • Grinding ‘trash’ Grinding ‘trash’

    DESCRIBING SOME of the cane sent to Portvale factory yesterday as “garbage”, head of Barbados Sugar Industries Ltd (BSIL) is appealing to suppliers to do better in the 2014 sugar crop.

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  • A stroll for Hoyte A stroll for Hoyte

    THE STYLISH Ricky “Body Doc” Hoyte continued his rich vein of form when the Bush Hall Dungeon Road Tennis Competition served off at the Deighton “Pa” Roach Tennis Centre, Bush Hall, on Wednesday night.

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  • 15 newcomers in CARIFTA team 15 newcomers in CARIFTA team

    FIFTEEN NEWCOMERS have been named in the 35-member Barbados team for the April 19 to 21 CARIFTA Games in Martinique.

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  • BCA announces squad for 4-day competition BCA announces squad for 4-day competition

    THE BARBADOS CRICKET Association has announced the squad which will represent Barbados against the Leewards.

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  • Stars back for Carifta Games Stars back for Carifta Games

    THREE OF THE FOUR gold medallists from last year have made it back to the Barbados team for the April 19 to 21 CARIFTA Games in Martinique.

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  • Three the tight way Three the tight way

    MACKESON Brittons Hill will have the opportunity to become sole leaders of the Digicel Premier League at the National Stadium tonight.

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  • Mandy's about making movies Mandy's about making movies

    Mandy Cummins wears the labels mum, musician, make-up artist, and wife proudly.

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  • EDITORIAL: Vital role  for sugar in  our economy EDITORIAL: Vital role for sugar in our economy

    As efforts continue to grapple with the economy in the light of declining reserves and the lay-offs from the Public Service joining those in the private sector in recent years, it is a very refreshing news that there is renewed interest in the sugar cane industry.

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  • Barbados name team to take on Jamaica Barbados name team to take on Jamaica

    THE FOLLOWING PLAYERS have been selected to represent Barbados against Jamaica in Round 5 of the WICB Regional 4-day Competition which will be played at Sabina Park in Jamaica from March 28 to 31st, 2014:

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  • Thomas hefts ton for CCC Thomas hefts ton for CCC

    HEAVY-SET Jamaican opener Shacaya Thomas smashed a belligerent century to lead a strong reply by the Combined Campuses & Colleges against Guyana at tea on the second day of their fourth round day/night match…

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  • A Marvel Gold Cup A Marvel Gold Cup

    EXPECT SOMETHING major to happen today at the Garrison Savannah in the 33rd running of the Sandy Lane Barbados Gold Cup over 1 800 metres.

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  • Sports high Sports high

    THE PACE will be fast and in some cases furious this weekend as two major sports attract global attention with thousands pouring into the island.

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  • 3 on Gold Cup hunt 3 on Gold Cup hunt

    TODAY, WEEKEND SPORT’s racing correspondent Lindon Yarde completes his assessment of the horses competing in this this year’s Sandy Lane Gold Cup, which will be run off at the Garrison Savannah, tomorrow.

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  • GAL FRIDAY: Fuming over potholes GAL FRIDAY: Fuming over potholes

    “YOU SURE you want to go down that road?” I overheard this while passing two men arguing about weed, one with a cutlass and the other, a blower.

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