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Blow to Digicel

15 July 2019

Digicel is struggling to climb out of a deep financial hole, with debt on its books now estimated to be seven times more than earnings. Read More

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Pension payments still not settled

15 July 2019

MORE THAN A month after Government said it would reverse the decision by the Treasury Department that stopped medically unfit people from receiving pensions, nothing has been done. Read More

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LIAT talks hit snag

15 July 2019

ANTIGUA is playing hard ball with the Barbados Government over the LIAT issue. Read More

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Blue Horizon’s project plan

15 July 2019

The redevelopment of the Blue Horizon Hotel will be done in two phases. Phase 1 is slated to take place on a property at the rear of the hotel that has not been in use for over 15 years. Read More

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Big dreams for young inventor

15 July 2019

TEN-YEAR-OLD Azevier Callender wants to be a carpenter and an inventor when he grows up. Read More

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KRYSTLE CLEAR: Equity versus Equality Part 2

15 July 2019

Last week, I started the conversation on equity versus equality. We got a basic understanding of some general truths for various classes of Barbadians and tried to define what would truly be considered fair. Read More

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Soldiers must ‘walk worthy’

15 July 2019

Soldiers for God and soldiers in the army must both walk worthy. Assistant chaplain of the Barbados Defence Force, Reverend Dr Joel Cumberbatch said both armies required dedication and both were a privilege to serve. Read More

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Sugar pain

14 July 2019

While the results of the 2019 sugar harvest have yet to be disclosed by officials, private farmers are predicting bitter returns. Read More

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Caswell: Workers suffering on job

14 July 2019

Some Barbadians are suffering so much on the job they have been forced to receive professional counselling. Read More

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Rotary West offering scholarship

14 July 2019

The Rotary Club of Barbados West, in conjunction with Diamonds International and Sandy Lane Golf Classic, will be offering a scholarship for the academic year 2019/2020. Read More

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VIDEO: Sanctuary In Studio

14 July 2019

Sanctuary tells us about his journey thus far and shares his thoughts about changes to Crop Over. Read More

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Over To Cops

13 July 2019

The Special Audit of the Transport Board by the Auditor General will be handed over to the police this week for them to determine if it is worthy of further investigation. Read More

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Bajan faces deportation

13 July 2019

If a convicted Barbadian-born killer isn’t already in Barbados, the island’s law enforcement authorities have every reason to fear his eventual presence. Read More

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Judge Raps Filing Foul-Up

13 July 2019

A High Court judge has dismissed an application by the Commissioner of Police to have the First Caribbean International Bank produce the financial records of a client to hand over to the United States Department of Justice. Read More

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Divestment ‘hurting NHC income’

13 July 2019

Divestment of units in Government’s housing estates has resulted in depletion of the stock and reduction in income for the National Housing Corporation. The assertion was made Tuesday by Minister in the Ministry of Housing Charles Griffith when he pointed out in the... Read More

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How Juniors will appear

13 July 2019

When the Scotiabank Junior Calypso Monarch competition takes place next Saturday, July 20, at the Wildey Gymnasium, 19 contestants will sing for supremacy. Read More

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VIDEO: SK In Studio

13 July 2019

One of the joint International Bashment Soca Competition winners, SK, tells us about his plans going forward. Read More

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VIDEO: Queen T In Studio

13 July 2019

Queen T is a finalist in this year's Soca Monarch Competition Read More

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Call for calypso college

13 July 2019

Music producer Eddy Grant believes there should be a calypso college in Barbados. “I have begged the Government to teach calypso in schools. If you can teach British history, why can’t you know your own? Why can’t you learn how to sing your own? Read More

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NSC closed on Monday

13 July 2019

The National Sports Council’s (NSC) Blenheim office will be closed on Monday, July 15, in order to facilitate industrial cleaning. Read More

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'Embrace them'

12 July 2019

Opposition Leader Bishop Joseph Atherley has urged Christians to embrace politics and politicians as an integral part of their lives which cannot be ignored. Read More

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