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03 June 2010

It's all about karate for three brothers: Omari Holder, three, Matthias Holder, 11, and Chris Boyce, ten, who are all involved in jujitsu and combat karate with  the Boodakai Do Martial Arts club. Their medals tell the tale of commitment to the sport, while the assistance... Read More

A SLICE OF BAJAN LIFE: Holiday in paradise

01 June 2010

THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT filled with relaxation, fun, camaraderie, family togetherness and adventure were all in evidence when we visited Brandons Beach in Black Rock on Whit Monday. The aquamarine ocean was calm all the way to the horizon, and pleasure craft could be seen... Read More


Man with the helping hands

31 May 2010

He likes being among young people and helping them to achieve their potential t Read More


THURSDAY'S CHILD: Zaire sets sights on golf career

27 May 2010

Zaire Odle, nine, has been named the best golfer in Barbados for his age group and he wishes to pursue a career in that field. This Class 2W, West Terrace Primary School pupil describes himself as a sports lover. "I love sports 100 per cent. I love it that much because... Read More

WEDNESDAY'S WOMAN: BMA head wants the youth

26 May 2010

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR of the Barbados Manufacturers’ Association, Bobbi McKay, has dedicated her time and energy to recruiting the youth of Barbados into the manufacturing industry. Read More


sunday cartoon

23 May 2010

Sunday cartoon Read More


Men's cry for help

23 May 2010

Ten years ago, stirred by impassioned pleas from men literally crying out Read More


A nest egg of surprises

22 May 2010

Janet Hope got a pleasant surprise when she went picking mangoes on her Fitts Village,  St James property recently.  Read More


Smooth moves of Base Control

21 May 2010

 Under a street light in Bush Hall, St Michael – a district that does not enjoy the best of reputations – at least once a week Scrappy, Shark, Benson, Short Man and four others gather for a marathon session. Read More

AS BAJAN AS FLYING FISH: Too good – must be Barbados

20 May 2010

Sometimes mother and father are together, yet the parents can’t find time to be with the children. They’re so caught up with work. Money is not all. Read More

WEDNESDAY WOMAN: Voice for battered women

19 May 2010

SOMETIMES SHE FEELS as though she is chipping away at a mountain  with a toothbrush. As she endeavours to curb  domestic violence in Barbados, she faces several difficulties. Read More


A SLICE OF BAJAN LIFE: Party rocks on the sand

18 May 2010

The scene was set in full view of the popular Silver Sands Beach, traditionally known  for fishing. Read More

Seen Up North – Tony and J light up night

16 May 2010

IT WAS A NIGHT of nostalgia when Wendy Alleyne headlined at a recent concert. Read More

WEDNESDAY'S WOMAN: Dedicated to lifting up women

12 May 2010

MARILYN RICE-BOWEN has voluntarily dedicated her time to a number of community-oriented organisations. Why? Read More

A SLICE OF BAJAN LIFE: Building communities

11 May 2010

ON THE OUTSKIRTS  of The City, tucked  away to the southwest  of Eagle Hall and north  of Westbury, St Leonard’s Boys’ School hall was  like an oasis Read More

MONDAY MAN: Garnering souls for Christ

10 May 2010

Not only is he a servant of God but he also considers himself a servant of the people. Read More

Mothers lunched – MP's treat

10 May 2010

MOTHERS IN St James South were treated specially on Mother's Day. Read More


Is enough done to mark Emancipation Day in Barbados?