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  • CDB tackling crime in the region CDB tackling crime in the region

    BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, May 12, CMC – The Barbados-based Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) governors of the financial institution will participate in a panel discussion on improving citizen security in the region later this month.

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  • Health status check Health status check

    The Barbados National Oil Company offered health checks to staff members as well as residents and students from schools in the surrounding community at a health fair yesterday at its Woodbourne, St Philip grounds.

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  • Poor start

    NORTHAMPTON – West Indies were facing the prospect of an innings defeat after their bowlers let England Lions off the hook and their batsmen suffered their second collapse in as many days, on the second day of their four-day match here yesterday.

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  • Lions maul WI on opening day

    NORTHAMPTON – Rookie stroke-maker Darren Bravo hit a typically flashy half-century but West Indies suffered a familiar lower order collapse to be dismissed cheaply on the opening day of their four-day tour match against England Lions yesterday.

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  • English test for Windies English test for Windies

    WEST INDIES have only once toured England without at least one truly special, not to mention great, batsman in their ranks.

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  • Tribute to National Heroes

    “Models of our time.” That’s how Anglican Archbishop of the West Indies, Dr John Holder, described Barbados’ National Heroes at a Brooklyn church service attended by hundreds of Barbadian worshippers,…

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  • The Trini connection The Trini connection

    While Barbadian businesses gripe about how bad the economy is performing, Trinidadians are investing heavily in the country and positioning themselves for an economic turnaround they believe will come soon.

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  • Former assistant gets wish Former assistant gets wish

    SHE STILL DOESN’T know why she lost her job, but the Minister of Labour’s former personal assistant Alicia Deane says she’s putting the dispute behind her after finally receiving the document that will allow her to get unemployment benefits.

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  • Wider interest in reggae Wider interest in reggae

    The music industry in Barbados has reached a satisfactory level of growth and it continues to expand.

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  • What's Trending: Visitor thanks waitress What's Trending: Visitor thanks waitress

    Today’s story of waitress Petra Moodoo who returned a bag belonging to Phillip Jackson which contained US$10 000, £500, has sparked several of our online readers to commend her for her honesty.

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  • Husbands pulls  off four wins Husbands pulls off four wins

    TORONTO – Ace Barbadian reinsman Patrick Husbands reeled off four winners on the ten-race programme at Woodbine Sunday to storm to the top of the jockeys’

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  • Elite division set for debut Elite division set for debut

    A NEW ERA in Barbados’ cricket begins today literally under a cloud.

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  • Three cheers for Hope Three cheers for Hope

    FOR THE THIRD STRAIGHT YEAR, Kyle Hope has been named one of the Cave Shepherd Cricketers Of The Year.

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  • Sammy’s say Sammy’s say

    HOVE – Captain Darren Sammy was at pains yesterday to point out the importance of team work, as a West Indies team missing its major stars held their first training session since arriving here on Wednesday for a three-Test tour.

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  • Husbands in the big money Husbands in the big money

    TORONTO – Barbadian jockey Patrick Husbands captured the most expensive race on the day’s eight-race card but it was his only success on Wednesday at Woodbine racetrack.

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