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Division 1 Scoreboards

15 May 2010

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SHOWDOWN AT OVAL

15 May 2010

FOUR CAPTAINS got a chance to hold onto the two ICC World Twenty20 trophies at Kensington Oval yesterday. Read More

Richards blasts off

15 May 2010

DALE RICHARDS welcomed the new season with a blistering 103 as TeleBarbados Carlton plundered the Barbados Youth bowling attack en route to a whopping 444 for seven off just 70 overs on the opening day of the 2010 Barbados Cricket Association Division 1 Competition... Read More

First win for Migun Temple

15 May 2010

UNDER CLOUDY SKIES and on a soft race track, three-year-old bay colt Migun Temple handed in his maiden certificate with a superb three-and-three-quarter lengths victory in the feature race, The Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company Trophy, over 7.8 furlongs at the Garrison... Read More

HOW THEY RAN YESTERDAY

15 May 2010

How they ran yesterday. Read More

Looking At Lucky wins

15 May 2010

BALTIMORE, Maryland – Lookin At Lucky won the Preakness Stakes yesterday, ending Super Saver’s bid to become the first United States Triple Crown winner in 32 years. Read More

PUDDING & SOUSE: Movie blues on Channel 8

15 May 2010

The switchboard has been busy for the past few weeks complaining about the sub-standard quality  of the programming from our "friends" in The Pine. Read More

MAVIS BECKLES: Breaking own rules

15 May 2010

It is amazing how people does be making their own rules, setting up their own scenes, expecting you and me tuh live by dem, and then duh does turn around and break dem. Read More

FLYING FISH & COU COU: Breaking the bank

15 May 2010

A CERTAIN HIGH PROFILE individual almost gave a well known public servant a major heart attack recently. Read More

SATURDAY'S CHILD: Day of the dinosaur

15 May 2010

A dinosaur got stuck in Trinidad. Was it by choice? Read More

Google grabs personal info off of Wi-Fi networks

15 May 2010

Google Inc. has been vacuuming up fragments of people’s online activities broadcast over public Wi-Fi networks for the past four years, a breach of Web etiquette likely to raise more privacy worries about the Internet search leader. Read More

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SECRETS CORNER: Life after a 'horn'

14 May 2010

CAN A COUPLE ever regain that trust after one of the partners has cheated? Read More

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I CONFESS: Women share similar tales

14 May 2010

I KNOW THE feeling you are going through as the same thing happened to me. I was molested. I told my grandmother about it, and she did not believe it because it was my aunt's husband who did it. Read More

Mum's the word

14 May 2010

A COMBINATION of fabulous local talent and respect paid to Barbados’ mothers, made the 10th annual Mum, This One’s For You concert a memorable occasion Read More

Risque revelations

14 May 2010

APSTONE THESIS presented the audience at the Errol Barrow Centre For Creative Imagination with two striking theatrical pieces Read More

Shaggy-licious!

14 May 2010

A BOOMBASTIC man rocked Pigeon Island last Sunday and most would agree  it was fantastic. Read More

Men of Steel, Rae of rapture

14 May 2010

REGGAE LEGENDS Steel Pulse had fans jamming until close to midnight at the 19th St Lucia Jazz Festival on Saturday night. Read More

Ne-Yo adds St. Lucia to number of things he loves

14 May 2010

GRAMMY AWARD-WINNING singer Ne-yo has been bitten by the jazz bug and is enchanted with the beauty of St Lucia. Read More

RIGHT OF CENTRE: Use social media to push tourism

14 May 2010

THERE ARE so many more things we could be doing that I doubt this publication has sufficient room to articulate, so I will try to focus on one small area. Read More

LEFT OF CENTRE:Need for enabling environment

14 May 2010

Whilst we acknowledge and laud Government’s backing for the sector through increased financial support to the Barbados Tourism Authority and price support for the industry that has been allocated to us through the Tourism Industry Relief Fund (TIRF), the raw fact is... Read More

THE ISSUE: Efforts to keep tourism afloat

14 May 2010

Tourism is this island’s highest performing sector but it is also one of the most vulnerable sectors in the Barbados economy. Read More

POLL

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

Arrived late at destination
Experienced long delays
Had to walk
Not affected

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