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Roach happy with ODI recall

Roach happy with ODI recall


Veteran West Indies fast bowler Kemar Roach says he’s pleased to be back in the maroon colours for next month’s three-match One-Day International (ODI) series against India. Roach, the most experienced Windies quick has been recalled along with mi...

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Barbadian students awaiting Appeal Court decision

Barbadian students awaiting Appeal Court decision


More than 60 Barbadian students are now awaiting the final word on their 2020 CAPE and Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) results. This, after Barbados Court of Appeal heard final submissions from attorneys for both sides and reserved its decisi...

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Haynes: Investors slow to buy Government bonds

Haynes: Investors slow to buy Government bonds


Barbadian investors have not fully regained their appetite for Government bonds after losing millions of dollars in the 2018 domestic debt restructuring. Central Bank Governor Cleviston Haynes reported this on Wednesday during the review of the ec...

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CWI: Voice notes an attempt to sow discord

CWI: Voice notes an attempt to sow discord


Cricket West Indies tonight responded to allegations made in voice notes that are circulating, suggesting there is a rift in the camp. The full statement follows: Cricket West Indies (CWI) is aware that earlier today, voice notes were circulate...

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767 new COVID cases

767 new COVID cases


The Best-dos Santos Public Health Laboratory identified 767 new COVID-19 cases (357 males and 410 females) on Wednesday, January 26, from the 2 752 tests conducted. Of the positive cases, 145 were under the age of 18 and 622 were 18 years and olde...

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Haitians will have to wait longer for a new president

Haitians will have to wait longer for a new president


PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti –Prime Minister Ariel Henry, promising to do “everything in my power” to bring to justice those responsible for the assassination of President Jovenel Moise in July last year, has also indicated “there will not be a new presiden...

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Education reform on the cards for Barbados

Education reform on the cards for Barbados


If Barbados is to be a confident nation with a confident people, it will require a change in the way that we educate our children, says Prime Minister Mia Mottley. And she said there will be reform of the education system this parliamentary term. ...

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Biden will nominate African-American woman to Supreme Court

Biden will nominate African-American woman to Supreme Court


President Joe Biden will honour his commitment to make an African-American woman his first nomination to the Supreme Court, the White House says. She would replace the liberal justice, Stephen Breyer, who is expected to retire at the end of the cu...

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Party Stand a hit with British fans

Party Stand a hit with British fans


The Party Stand at Kensington Oval is set to be sold out for the remainder of the on-going five-match Twenty20 International cricket series between the West Indies and England. Chetwyn Stewart, veteran promoter of Power X Four band, says the world...

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Health a priority for Mottley administration

Health a priority for Mottley administration


Although the COVID-19 variant Omicron has proven not to have the same “shadow of death” as its predecessors, the first meeting that will be convened by a new Barbados Government will be one on health. Prime Minister Mia Mottley said both the pande...