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Doc leading AIDS fight

13 June 2010

A STRANGE and deadly new disease called AIDS appeared on the world stage in 1981 and nobody knew what to do about it.   Read More

Travel tax bid

13 June 2010

WHEN A CARIBBEAN DELEGATION goes to London this week, Barbados, which relies on the British market for its tourism "bread and butter", Read More

THE AL GILKES COLUMN - Sending cheques by cell?

13 June 2010

THE HEAD of the older of the two men at a table under the extended roof of the rum shop "doving" a flask of white rum Read More

Carlton on the verge of victory

13 June 2010

TWO SOLID KNOCKS from opener Dale Richards and Kirk Gibson put Carlton on the verge of victory over CGI Maple going into next Saturday's final day.   Read More

EDITORIAL – Encouraging entrepreneurship

13 June 2010

THE RECENT COMMENT from the lips of Miss Celeste Foster, president of the Barbados Small Business Association, t Read More


SA bowl WI over

13 June 2010

THERE WAS a massive crash at Queen's Park Oval yesterday. The victims - the West Indies batsmen - could have been contacted at: 641-262-910002. Read More

SEEN UP NORTH - More than just a leisure spot

13 June 2010

WITH MORE THAN 30 COUNTRIES all selling the same thing - sea, sand, sun and scenery -   Read More

Wanderers battle back

13 June 2010

JOEL LEACOCK stabilised the top while Ian Bradshaw resuscitated the bottom of the batting order as Wanderers batted all day to score 228 for nine in 84 overs against ICBL Empire.   Read More


13 June 2010

SCORES ON THE SECOND DAY of the second round of matches of the Barbados Cricket Association's Intermediate Competition   Read More

THE MOORE THINGS CHANGE - Quarrelling colours

13 June 2010

AS A WOULD-BE ARTIST (my brother Roger succeeded), colour has always fascinated me. I remember one evening in 1979 Read More


13 June 2010

FORMER TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO Prime Minister Patrick Manning may have to answer charges arising from an Integrity Commission recommendation.   Read More


Dissidents change jails

13 June 2010

HAVANA - Roman Catholic leaders said Friday that Cuban authorities had agreed to free an ill political prisoner and transfer six others to jails nearer home, Read More


Luna's designs impress Africans

13 June 2010

LUNA DESIGNS is set to take the African diaspora by storm, if all goes well within the next year or so. Read More

Schools/Upper Intermediate

13 June 2010

THE SECOND DAY of the second series of matches in the Goddard Enterprises Limited School Competition:   Read More


13 June 2010

EVEN THOUGH no date is known for this year's budget, the business community has its wish list.   Read More

Division 2

13 June 2010

SCORES ON THE FIRST DAY of third round matches in the Barbados Cricket Association's Division 2 Competition yesterday   Read More


11-Plus success

13 June 2010

PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHER Margaret Thompson has the remedy for achieving success in the 11-Plus examination.   Read More

Region forms single health body

13 June 2010

GEORGETOWN - Caribbean governments are launching a regional health agency based in Trinidad and Tobago. Read More


A taste of Crop-Over

13 June 2010

MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED BRITISH TRAVEL AGENTS got "into the skin of what Barbados is about" yesterday. Read More

Careless with CARICOM

13 June 2010

THE SUNDAY SUN today brings the final part of CARELESS With CARICOM, an edited version, which started in last week's edition: by Sir Shridath Ramphal HAVE WE FORGOTTEN the days when as West Indians we were the first to daringly bring the "Non-Aligned Movement" to the... Read More


This is what we do

13 June 2010

ST LAWRENCE GAP was a carnival destination when 100 plus British travel agents sampled a piece of Barbados' Crop-Over yesterday afternoon. Read More


Do you think the schools starting earlier in the new school term will help with traffic management?