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    September 22

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Let's reason, says Blackett

16 August 2010

THE FINAL CURTAIN has not long been drawn on this year’s Crop-Over festival, but Minister of Community Development and Culture Steve Blackett is already asking stakeholders to refrain from taking any differences for 2011 into the public domain. Read More

GUEST COLUMN – An economic solution

16 August 2010

I REFER to Dennis Kellman’s letter of yesterday’s Sunday Sun. Politicians always see constructive criticism as biased against them. This is unfortunate and is partially responsible for much of the problems we face in Barbados today. Read More

Not happy back with ex-lover

16 August 2010

Dear Christine: I am a divorcee. I got divorced about 15 years ago. Read More

8 killed in race crash

16 August 2010

LUCERNE VALLEY, California – An off-road truck ploughed into a crowd and scattered "bodies everywhere" moments after sailing  off a jump at a California race, killing eight people and injuring 12 others, authorities and witnesses said. Read More

ALTAR CALL – Call to change the nation with prayer

16 August 2010

HUNDREDS came from churches across the island and abroad to be part of the Seventh Annual Eagle Eye Conference, hosted by Senator Reverend Dr David Durant and Pastor Joy Durant of Restoration Ministries. Read More


PSVs told: Maintain road order

16 August 2010

ZR and minibus drivers have been reminded of the need for order and efficiency when providing their daily service. Read More


Another Kirton scholar

16 August 2010

The Kirton family from Fortesque in St Philip has lots to smile about today. Read More

Doctors at odds

16 August 2010

DESPITE TAKING STRIKE ACTION over the termination of Dr Cecil Rambarat’s contract with the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), members of the Barbados Association of Medical Practitioners (BAMP) have associated the consultant with problems affecting patient care at the... Read More


Gibson eyed for Chief Justice post

16 August 2010

Legal scholar Marston Gibson is tipped to be Barbados’ next Chief Justice. Read More


Obamas in town

15 August 2010

President Barack Obama First Lady Michelle Obama and daughter Sasha, greeting people at Tyndall Air Force Base Read More

Customs officers protest cameras in Arrival Hall

15 August 2010

THE INSTALLATION and recent operation of close circuit surveillance cameras in the Arrival Hall of the Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA), seems headed for a showdown with customs officers. Read More

EDITORIAL: Kudos to Diaspora Conference

15 August 2010

The recently held Inaugural Diaspora Conference also known as the Barbados Consultation Network must be considered as a major initiative in sensitising Barbadians abroad Read More


Mums praying for the kids

15 August 2010

THEIR goal is to have mothers across the length and breath of the island adopt schools at which they meet and pray once a week for students. Read More


Nurse does Banks ton of good

15 August 2010

MARTIN NURSE smashed a century to give Banks a 25-run first innings lead against Dover on a rain-shortened day. Read More

DLP annual conference next week

15 August 2010

Trinidad and Tobago’s finance minister Winston Dookeran, will address the Democratic Labour Party’s (DLP) 55th Annual Conference next Sunday. Read More


DLP bloodletting over fatted calf

15 August 2010

THERE’S AN OLD Bajan saying that there is always more in the mortar than the pestle. Read More

Inniss confident in board

15 August 2010

MINISTER OF HEALTH DONVILLE INNISS yesterday said he had full confidence in the board of management of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH). Read More

Camp ends with games

15 August 2010

Government’s Summer Camp Programme culminated last Friday at the National Stadium with the second National Summer Camp Games. Read More

Pan-African award gala coming Tuesday

15 August 2010

Barbadians who have made a sterling contribution to the development of Afrocentricity in Barbados, will be honoured by the Commission for Pan-African Affairs Read More

COZIER ON CRICKET: Brinksmanship

15 August 2010

THE script has become depressingly familiar. Read More


15 August 2010

As I write you this letter, here is hoping that the reaches of these few lines find you in the best of health under the circumstances as outlined to me during your media briefing on May 14, 2010. Read More


Barbados has introduced e-passports which feature biometric chips embedded in them. Do you think this will increase security and ease travel?

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