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Spain squeak by Paraguay

04 July 2010

JOHANNESBURG – David Villa saved Spain again yesterday, scoring with seven minutes left to give his team a 1-0 win Read More


Tomorrow's Children shine

04 July 2010

AIRZONE should have vacuumed their way to the Party Monarch finals after an impressive performance when the Tomorrow’s Children tent Read More

Three more CAC medals

04 July 2010

TWO silver medals and one bronze early yesterday afternoon took the Barbados tally to nine Read More

Intermediates scores July 3

04 July 2010

SCORES on the first day of the third round of matches in the Barbados Cricket Association competition yesterday. Read More


Too soft on Suarez

04 July 2010

JOHANNESBURG – Yet again, blatant cynical cheating in football is not being adequately punished. Read More

Worker takes bank to court

04 July 2010

ONE OF NINE workers who has not received a promised promotion at the Central Bank of Barbados has taken the matter to the High Court. Read More

RBTT customers draw blank at ATMs

03 July 2010

PORT-OF-SPAIN – Customers continued to complain on Friday that several days after RBTT Bank Read More


Rooted in Caribbean culture

03 July 2010

One can easily accuse Glen Brathwaite of living in his head. The designer, who has made a name for himself creating intricate costumes for play adaptations and Crop-Over, admits "doing a lot of time travel" in his mind to create the right look for many of his costumes.... Read More

How they ran yesterday

03 July 2010

Racing results from the Garrison Savannah. Read More


Crop-Over blasts off

03 July 2010

Barbados' annual Crop Over Festival is officially of to a colourful and exciting start. Read More


Villa scores late; Spain win over Paraguay

03 July 2010

JOHANNESBURG – David Villa saved Spain once again, hitting both posts before seeing his shot go into the net Saturday to give his team a 1-0 win over Paraguay and its first ever appearance in the World Cup semifinals. Read More


Germany send Argentina home crying

03 July 2010

CAPE TOWN – Germany’s goals flowed freely once again at the World Cup, this time battering Argentina 4-0 yesterday to propel the three-time champions into the semi-finals and send both Lionel Messi and Diego Maradona home. Read More

Argentinians cry shame of their heroes

03 July 2010

BUENOS AIRES – At the obelisk where Argentines traditionally gather to celebrate victories, people cried and buried their faces in their hands as they came to terms with the national team’s humiliating 4-0 World Cup quarter-final loss to Germany. Read More

Maradona future unclear after defeat

03 July 2010

CAPE TOWN – Diego Maradona’s future as Argentina coach is unclear after the team’s devastating 4-0 loss to Germany in the World Cup quarter-finals. Read More

SECRETS CORNER: Praying for help in love

03 July 2010

"WHEN I BECAME AWARE of my sexuality, I asked God for guidance to help me in my choice of partner. Read More


03 July 2010

We welcome your feedback for this week’s SECRETS CORNER question which is: Should a wife take back her husband after the two of them separated because he had an affair Read More


Tia is Island Queen

03 July 2010

TIA WEEKES is Ms Island Queen 2010. She wooed the scores of patrons at the Boatyard, The City, on Sunday night with her sultry style as she romped to victory. Read More

Double blow for supermarkets

03 July 2010

SEVERAL SUPERMARKETS have revealed that they are being hurt by a double whammy – bounced cheques and stolen shopping carts. Read More

Workers back on the job

03 July 2010

Two of the four construction workers injured after falling from a balcony while working on the Limegrove Lifestyle Centre in Holetown, St James, are back out to work, says Roger Gall, safety and health manager at Rotherley Construction Inc. Read More

Office closing at noon

03 July 2010

THE OFFICE of the District "A" Magistrates’ Courts, which receives fines and other payments, is closing its doors at noon every day until further notice. Read More

Warriors inch closer to play-offs

03 July 2010

FROM FOUR YEARS down to two wins, First Works Warriors’ post-season drought is almost at its end. Read More


How has the intermittent strike action of the public service vehicle operators affected you?

Arrived late at destination
Experienced long delays
Had to walk
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