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Cabinet changes

30 September 2010

Prime Minister David Thompson tonight reshuffled his Cabinet.   Read More

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Unite and Love

30 September 2010

"Use adversity to refocus our energy". That is the challenge from Prime Minister David Thompson - Unite and Love.   Read More

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Be concerned with the message and not the medium

30 September 2010

Prime Minister David Thompson tonight told Barbadians he has chosen not to speak by live broadcast because his illness has resulted in weight loss. He told Barbadians to be concerned about the message and not the medium.   Read More

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Live blog tonight on PM's address

30 September 2010

Sunday Sun Editor Carol Martindale will be blogging live on tonight’s address to the nation by Prime Minister David Thompson.   Read More

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What can Rihanna do for her country?

29 September 2010

Sunday Sun Editor Carol Martindale on Rihanna and what she is doing for Barbados. Ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country? Read More

A THORNY ISSUE: I wish I was Bravo or Pollard

29 September 2010

IT WAS just a matter of dollars and sense. Let us settle on that as being the possible reason that Trinidadians Dwayne Bravo and Keiron Pollard reportedly turned down lucrative central contracts from the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB). Read More

COZIER ON CRICKET: Signs of new times?

26 September 2010

UNSURPRISINGLY, the attention on the retainer contracts offered by the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) for the coming year has focused on the few high-profile players not granted one and the two, possibly soon to be three, who have chosen to go their own way. Read More

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A principal's stand

24 September 2010

Sunday Sun Editor Carol Martindale takes a look at the Principal who is big on principles. Rules are rules! Plain and simple. Read More

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To sign or not?

23 September 2010

NATION Associate Editor (Sports) Haydn Gill gives his take on this subject: Were Dwayne Bravo and Kieron Pollard obligated to accept retainer contracts from the West Indies Cricket Board? Read More

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THE SPORTS MIND: Who's better – Roger or Rafa?

22 September 2010

YOU DECIDE. The sports world is talking about it. It’s the most asked question. And today, The NATION’s Associate Editor, Barry Alleyne gives his take on what has the tennis world talking. Read More

A THORNY ISSUE: Boxers not up to scratch

22 September 2010

The jury was out on the AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships and now the verdict is in after ten days of deliberation. Read More

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Wish Your Prime Minister Well

16 September 2010

Prime Minister David Thompson’s personal physician, Dr Richard Ishmael announced to the nation that the leader has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Read More

A THORNY ISSUE: A hard lesson for region

15 September 2010

Experience is still the best teacher. And the lack of it has worked against the Caribbean boxers in the AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships.  Read More

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Rihanna at VMAs

14 September 2010

Click here to see video of exclusive interview with Rihanna at the VMAs.  http://www.mtv.com/videos/?id=1645382 Read More

COZIER ON CRICKET: Guyana's turn to represent

12 September 2010

NOT quite a year ago something remarkable happened in the far-off cricket stadiums of India. Read More

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COZIER ON CRICKET: WICB flexes its muscle

12 September 2010

HERE we go again in the interminable battle for control of West Indies cricket. Read More

A THORNY ISSUE: Board going in right direction

08 September 2010

WHEN THE selection committee of the West Indies Cricket Board didn’t offer Ramnaresh Sarwan a central retainer contract many of us were shocked. Read More

COZIER ON CRICKET – WICB cracking fitness whip

05 September 2010

IT HAS TAKEN 12 years but the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) is once more talking as tough about fitness – indeed, even more so – as then president Pat Rousseau did following its annual general meeting in May 1998. Read More

COZIER ON CRICKET – Folly to spurn helping hand

29 August 2010

THE International Cricket Council (ICC) and the Federation of International Cricketers’ Association (FICA) have jointly sent an unequivocal proposition to the two organisations responsible for the most critical aspects of West Indies cricket. Read More

A THORNY ISSUE: Go for it Team Barbados

25 August 2010

UP UNTIL recently, the upcoming International Women’s Boxing Championship was the best kept secret in Barbados. Read More

COZIER ON CRICKET – Stake claim to young talent

22 August 2010

THERE was a time when, for good reason, English county cricket attracted close attention throughout the Caribbean. Read More

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