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    August 25

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India take charge

24 August 2019

North Sound, Antigua – West Indies reverted to a familiar, albeit frustrating theme yesterday, producing a feeble batting effort to leave powerhouses India in control after the second day of the opening Test at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground. Read More

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King’s US Open quest over

23 August 2019

Barbados’ best tennis player Darian King suffered a heartbreaking 6-4, 6-3 defeat in the final round of qualifying for the US Open yesterday. Read More

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Polyclinic ok

23 August 2019

All systems are go for operations to resume at the Randal Phillips Polyclinic. And come Monday, people within the catchment area will be able to return “home”. Read More

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Dark and dry days

23 August 2019

It could be a dark, dry weekend with water, power, telephone and internet outages across Barbados. Read More

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CTUSAB knocks ‘sin of omission’

23 August 2019

The Congress of Trade Unions and Staff Associations of Barbados (CTUSAB) isn’t happy that two commissions promised by the Mia Mottley administration have yet be set up. Read More

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Sluice gate opening tonight

23 August 2019

The Ministry of Environment and National Beautification advises that the sluice gate at the Graeme Hall Swamp, Christ Church, will be opened tonight, Friday, August 23. This urgent action is necessary to reduce the high water levels and to re-balance the swamp. Read More

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Hunte passes away

23 August 2019

Well-known local talk show caller, Julian Hunte, has passed away. He was found dead yesterday morning after returning home from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital the day before. Read More

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Prison officer released on bail

23 August 2019

A PRISON OFFICER with 14 years in the service appeared in court today accused of smuggling contraband items into the prison. Read More

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BWA advises of possible water outages

23 August 2019

The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) would like to inform the public that the power outages being publicised by the Barbados Light & Power Company (BL&P) today, have started to have an impact on operations at the BWA facilities. Read More

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Weinstein back in Court on Monday

23 August 2019

NEW YORK – Former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein is scheduled to be arraigned on Monday morning on an indictment in connection with his upcoming criminal trial, a spokesman for the Manhattan district attorney said on Thursday. Read More

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Power outages affecting several parishes

23 August 2019

The Barbados Light & Power (BL&P) has released a statement today, informing the public that they are experiencing generation issues. As such several parishes are without electricity. Read More

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Windies returning to Oval next year

23 August 2019

LONDON – The historic Oval will make a much anticipated return to West Indies’ itinerary for their three-Test tour of England next year. Read More

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French mayors ban weedkiller

23 August 2019

RENNES, France – Some 20 French mayors have banned glyphosate from their municipalities, defying the government, which is now taking legal action to impose national legislation which allows the controversial weedkiller’s continued use for now. Read More

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Bolsonaro says Brazil lacks resources to fight Amazon fires

23 August 2019

SAO PAULO/BRASILIA – The Brazilian government lacks the resources to fight a record number of wildfires burning in the Amazon rainforest, President Jair Bolsonaro said on Thursday, weeks after telling donors he did not need their money. Read More

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Jet ski operators against crackdown

22 August 2019

Some jet ski operators are less than thrilled about Minister of Maritime Affairs Kirk Humphrey’s intention to bring down the hammer. Read More

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More turning to Salvation Army

22 August 2019

Low income earners in Barbados continue to struggle. And that is leading them to lean even more on the generosity of the Salvation Army. Read More

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UWI, BWU find common ground

22 August 2019

Industrial action at the University of the West Indies (UWI) which was scheduled for today has been called off. Read More

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India under fire

22 August 2019

NORTH SOUND – Veteran seamer Kemar Roach inspired an incisive West Indies display to leave India rattled and searching for stability on a rain-hit opening day of the first My Team11 Test in Antigua yesterday. Read More

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Bajan ace feels the heat

22 August 2019

Barbados suffered a serious body blow at the 2019 Carebaco International yesterday with number one female badminton player Tamisha Williams being stunned in straight games 10-21, 11-21 by Wales’ Jordan Hart at the Wildey Gymnasium. Read More

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Stevenson’s late penalty gives Barbados a draw 

22 August 2019

Barbados snatched a point in their first match of the Concacaf Under 17 Women’s Championship qualifers with a 1-1 draw againt Belize last night at the Wildey Turf. The visitors took the lead in the 54thminute thanks to header from Jeselle Conorque. However, a late... Read More

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Barbados team at WorldSkills

22 August 2019

Barbados was among 63 countries whose flags were raised during the official opening of the WorldSkills Village earlier this week at WorldSkills Kazan 2019. Read More

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