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    December 12

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A prayer for West Indies cricket

15 July 2010

I AM PRAYING that the Lord Himself will raise up a small band of His followers who enjoy watching the game; Read More

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Treat customers well

15 July 2010

THERE IS an old adage which says “first impressions are lasting impressions”. Read More

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A hand up – not handouts

15 July 2010

IT IS SAID Haiti was the first black republic or free people. Read More

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Looking for our politicians

14 July 2010

I AM A RESIDENT of Bush Hall. As close as I live to the constituency office of my parliamentary representative... Read More

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False figures hurt future prospects

14 July 2010

MANY COUNTRIES attempt to inflate, or at the very least, maintain their international credit rating, to access cheaper credit... Read More

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Beware of dogs at the beach

14 July 2010

SUMMER IS UPON US and lots of people will be using our beaches more than ever, both locals and tourist alike. Read More

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ICC's treatment of Benn puzzling

13 July 2010

IT IS NOT enough to label West Indies and Barbados off-spinner Sulieman Benn a “repeat offender”. Read More

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Plea for the right to work

13 July 2010

THIS is my attempt to summarise my views on independence in slavery or dependence in independence as it pertains to our Guyanese. Read More

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Waging of war not answer to economic recovery for US

13 July 2010

The United states economy is driven by a military-industrial complex, the main products of which are wars in foreign lands... Read More

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Risky side of wind turbines

13 July 2010

BEFORE WE GET INTO setting up wind turbines in close proximity to any school, we must first know what we are exposing our children to. Read More

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Don't mistake laziness for tolerance

12 July 2010

WHAT WE COMMONLY mistake for tolerance nowadays was aptly described by Dorothy Sayers... Read More

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'Boo' entertains with lively talk

12 July 2010

I WAS A PATRON at the Plantation Garden Theatre on Thursday July 1, to witness the artistes of the Headliner’s FENT and contrary to... Read More

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Get facts straight about gay life

12 July 2010

I REFER to an article by Paul Kokoski entitled Gay Parades Not To Be Condoned published in the July 6 DAILY NATION claiming that homosexuality Read More

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Don't kick the ladder down behind you

11 July 2010

THE MIDDLE CLASS of a 95 per cent black country has emerged in Barbados where they kick the ladder of upliftment down... Read More

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I cry for you, WI cricket

11 July 2010

I CRY FOR YOU, West Indies Cricket. I grieve as I watch the legacy of great men squandered – Read More

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Public vs private property rights

09 July 2010

IT WILL COME as a surprise to many citizens of Barbados that the Crown in the exercise of the authority of the Government of this island owns no land... Read More

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Headline not fair to Gladiators

09 July 2010

I AM NOT in agreement with the headline Gladiators Not So Super in the June 22 Daily Nation. Read More

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Chance for Barbados to have a woman as Prime Minister

09 July 2010

I NOTE THAT AUSTRALIA has joined those nations, including our Caricom sister Trinidad and Tobago, that are led by women. Read More

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Religion the banner of extremists

08 July 2010

HAVING READ THE ARTICLE Culture At Risk by Harry Russell in the June 21 DAILY NATION and subsequently Suleiman Bulbulia’s Islamphobia... Read More

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Yes, we should ban Islam in Barbados

08 July 2010

I TOTALLY AGREE with writer Tyrone Browne that Islam should be banned in Barbados. Read More

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We all make mistakes

08 July 2010

I NEVER felt so indignant until I heard the comments emanating from moderator Tony Marshall on last Thursday’s call-in programme, Read More

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