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Choir sings donors' praises

11 July 2010

THE CHOIR AT St Leonard’s Boys’ School is going places – London, England, to be exact. Read More

Austin comes good for UWI

11 July 2010

OFF-SPINNER Ryan Austin had yet another productive day in the LIME Division One championship Read More

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Cup up for grabs

11 July 2010

JOHANNESBURG – Spain’s artists meet the artisans of the Netherlands today in a World Cup final that will end with one team taking the title for the first time. Read More

Bajans settle for draw

11 July 2010

GROS ISLET – Barbados had to settle for a draw against Windward Islands, after Kaveem Hodge stroked the first hundred Read More

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Looks like all Spain

11 July 2010

AFTER five very entertaining weeks, only two sides remain in the World Cup. Read More

WORD WISE – Shattering the door

11 July 2010

Should you /shatter the door /and walk in the morning /fully aware /of the future/ to come? – The Arrivants by Kamau Brathwaite Read More

Old Brigand Dover stumble to 181 all out

11 July 2010

DESPITE a splendid knock of 87 by Shanaldo Taylor, off-spinner Jed Yearwood (five for 34) Read More

IN THE CANDID CORNER – When icones die

11 July 2010

"If a white man called me a nigger, I first look to see if he meant it and if I thought he did, I’d smile at the idiot in pity." – Gladstone Holder Read More

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Outstanding team player, Maradona

11 July 2010

A TRUE asset to the tourism industry. This is the description given to Maradona Scantlebury, Read More

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Toppin gives Spartan edge over Wanderers

11 July 2010

REYDON TOPPIN’s maiden First Division hundred helped SuperCentre Spartan to first innings points Read More

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Air Tight

11 July 2010

The way Grantley Adams International Airport looked yesterday, it seemed like a convention was leaving the island. Read More

Kudos to South Africa

11 July 2010

PRETORIA – International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge congratulated South Africa yesterday on an " Read More

Jobs on

11 July 2010

OVER 1 000 jobs are earmarked for Barbadians when the Four Seasons project, located on the former site of Paradise Hotel Read More

Benn banned

11 July 2010

BAD BEHAVIOUR has caused repeat offender Sulieman Benn to be banned for a second time within a year by the International Cricket Council (ICC). Read More

EDITORIAL – Rule of law guarantees freedom

11 July 2010

We are often reminded that we are living in a global village with the consequence that what happens in other countries a Read More

Settlers Beach Hotel to be sold

11 July 2010

SETTLERS BEACH HOTEL, an upscale West Coast property, may become a private villa facility if a proposed business deal succeeds. Read More

Follow Me hits bump

11 July 2010

LACK OF AIRLIFT is undermining the Follow Me To Crop-Over promotion in neighbouring islands. Read More

Special honour for Romeo

11 July 2010

VETERAN CALYPSONIAN Charles Romeo Smith will receive a special honour from his peers tomorrow at 8 p.m. Read More

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Coverley houses soon ready

11 July 2010

THREE HUNDRED HOUSES at Coverley, Christ Church, will be made available to Barbadians by year-end. Read More

Ease us now!

11 July 2010

"WE DO NOT want it next year. We want it now!" Read More

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Bigger, longer Foreday jam

11 July 2010

FOREDAY MORNING, July 31, will be its biggest ever in Crop-Over’s history. Read More

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