• Today
    January 22

  • 05:55 PM

letterpen423x6301

Shoddy customer service

16 June 2010

WHY IS IT that LIME told me I would be able to get a landline in two to three weeks, but more than two months later, I am still waiting? Read More

letterpen423x6301

Wondrous women

16 June 2010

EVER SINCE the inaguration of NISE I had been vigorously trying to discover what was meant by this acronym, but that was until I visited the admission division at UWI, Cave Hill. Read More

letterpen423x6301

Vuvuzela an instrument of torture

16 June 2010

PURELY BY ACCIDENT, South Africa has come up with a device tailor-made for torture: the vuvuzela horn. Read More

letterpen423x6301

Let sinners know Christians here to help

15 June 2010

CHRISTIANS in Barbados are not standing up for Christianity. Read More

letterpen423x6301

Why late debate on torn down Carmen?

15 June 2010

I DO NOT want to get too embroiled in the debate regarding the demolishing of the building in Rockley called Carmen... Read More

letterpen423x6301

Our prayers with PM and family

15 June 2010

I WOULD LIKE to extend my prayers and best wishes to Prime Minister David Thompson and his family in their time of trial. Read More

letterpen423x6301

Patriotism also in a name

14 June 2010

I THINK the name “Crop-Over” is outdated and should be changed to “Nationfest”, “Bajanfest” or “Bajafest”. Read More

letterpen423x6301

Time to give nursing a chance

14 June 2010

THE REGIONAL EXAMINATION for nurses' registration needs to be amended. Read More

letterpen423x6301

Pill not to blame for moral decline

14 June 2010

THE MAJORITY of women throughout the world who are allowed access to the pill will tell anyone who ask that it has revolutionised their lives and the lives of the family, which includes men. Read More

letterpen423x6301

World Cup fever taking hold

11 June 2010

WHY ARE ITALY AND OTHERS heading for a collective nervous breakdown? Why has South Africa spent $4.6 billion - half of its annual budget - on a game? Read More

letterpen423x6301

Some tenants can be unfair to landlords

11 June 2010

I HAVE NOTICED on the Back Page of the SATURDAY SUN of May 29 that there will be a bill coming to control unreasonable landlords. Read More

letterpen423x6301

Give Chris a break

10 June 2010

TODAY, the West Indies cricket team start the Test series against South Africa, and, no doubt, after "match comments" by the captains, Chris Gayle will come with his "antics". Read More

letterpen423x6301

Make West Indies cricketers earn their keep

10 June 2010

OUR MEDIA is crowded with suggestions as to how we should/could restore the West Indies cricket team to its past glory. Read More

letterpen423x6301

A most bitter pill

10 June 2010

LAST MONTH was the 50th anniversary of the "pill". Read More

letterpen423x6301

Govt all talk, and no action

09 June 2010

BARBADIANS are saying among themselves that they voted for a Government to debate in Parliament on their behalf and not in Constituency Councils. Read More

letterpen423x6301

Keep that window to the sea open

08 June 2010

I WAS HAPPY to read in the Saturday Sun of June 5, in the Question Time section, a “sad visitor” demanding answers from the Chief Town Planner about the seaside construction on Enterprise Coast Road. Read More

letterpen423x6301

Silk cotton tree a boon to Greens

08 June 2010

FROM TIME immemorial, trees have provided us with two of life’s essentials, food and oxygen. As we evolved, they provided additional necessities such as shelter, medicine, and tools. Read More

letterpen423x6301

Lets build on our sound heritage

07 June 2010

AS AN OCTOGENARIAN I often reflect on the progress that has taken place in Barbados, especially in the last few decades. Read More

letterpen423x6301

Keep focus on what you want

07 June 2010

WHAT IS IT that you do not want? Let that be your motivator. Read More

letterpen423x6301

Electric rate increase unfair

31 May 2010

I AM here in my study looking at a company’s electric bill. The reality of the Barbados Light & Power’s (BL&P) successful rate increase has now sunk in. Read More

letterpen423x6301

Kagan choice could be bad for marriages

31 May 2010

THE RADICAL pro-homosexual views of Solicitor General Elena Kagan could have dire implications for traditional marriage in America should her nomination to the Supreme Court be approved. Read More

VIDEO

BLOGS

KRYSTLE CLEAR img
THE LONG VIEW img
INSIDE EDITORIAL img
What's Trending img
MONEY MATTERS img
Toni-Ann Johnson img

FRONT COVER OF TODAY'S NEWSPAPER

CARTOON

POLL

Are you satisfied with the service from Barbados' utility companies?

Yes
No

INSTAGRAM