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Lashley: Care for facilities

02 October 2010

MINISTER OF SPORTS Stephen Lashley is pleading with Barbadians to take care of the sporting facilities across the island. Read More

Author Dickey at women's expo

02 October 2010

BEST SELLING, internationally renowned author Eric Jerome Dickey is the special guest at this weekend’s Girlfriends Expo. Read More

New pledge on arch soon

02 October 2010

THE INDEPENDENCE ARCH will soon bear the words of the National Pledge once again. Read More

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I CONFESS: First child not my hubby's

02 October 2010

THERE ARE SOME sayings that we use on other people but never think that they would ever apply to us. Read More

Ministers back Cabinet shifts

02 October 2010

FOUR GOVERNMENT MINISTERS yesterday endorsed the Cabinet reshuffle by Prime Minister David Thompson. Read More

Seven still in with a shout

02 October 2010

THE RACE is still very close, with 12 points separating the top seven teams, ahead of today’s opening day of the ninth series of matches in the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) LIME Division 1 championship at noon. Read More

Full house for Open

02 October 2010

TOP Barbados and Caribbean golfers are fine-tuning their drives and putts for the 2010 United Insurance Barbados Open tournament at the Royal Westmoreland course from October 8 to 10. Read More

EDITORIAL: No time to chop logic

02 October 2010

WHEN last month’s NATION/CADRES Poll indicated the political ascendency of Chris Sinckler, there were those observers and critics who poo-pooed the probability. Read More

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No smoking ban

02 October 2010

You now light up in public spaces at your own peril, as the smoking ban came into effect yesterday. Read More

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Play gets praise

02 October 2010

AN APPRECIATIVE AUDIENCE leapt to their feet to applaud the cast and production team at the end of the gala night of the staging of Timothy Callender’s It So Happen Suite at the Frank Collymore Hall Thursday. Read More

PUDDING & SOUSE: Food for thought

02 October 2010

SOME SCHOOL MEALS workers are wondering why one of their colleagues is still around even though she has been tossed around from one school to a next. Read More

Ban on BDF

02 October 2010

THE Barbados Defence Force (BDF) Development Team has been slapped with a two-year ban for withdrawing from the 2010 Digicel Premier League football season. Read More

FLYING FISH & COU COU: The art of gunnery

02 October 2010

Strategists are advising that nothing concerning  loyalties or change of loyalties should be read into a certain pronouncement made by a  particularly feisty politico recently. Read More

MAVIS BECKLES: Of words, sticks and stones

02 October 2010

Some o’ the things people say at times does really get to me, hear? Read More

SATURDAY'S CHILD: Golfing griefs

02 October 2010

I LIVED on two golf courses and have never played golf. The only hole-in-one I have ever got is in my boxers even though I don’t box either. Read More

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Fed-up Paynes Bay property owner speaks out

02 October 2010

The beach access at Paynes Bay, St James, which was the centre of attention this week is private property. Read More

Hurley is Central's Cricketer Of Year

02 October 2010

PORT-OF-SPAIN – Former Barbados all-rounder Ryan Hurley was voted Cricketer Of The Year at the prize-giving ceremony of the Central Zone recently. Read More

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Another charged with bank robbery

02 October 2010

A ST MICHAEL man and two of the three accused in last week’s bank robbery were last night charged with robbing the same Six Roads, St Philip branch of RBTT two years ago. Read More

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St Philip folk for Estwick

02 October 2010

Many constituents of St Philip West have voiced support for their Member of Parliament, Dr David Estwick, who, according to reports, was not all that happy about being switched to the Ministry of Agriculture in the latest Cabinet reshuffle. Read More

Chiefs not losing sleep

02 October 2010

IN SPITE of the growing health and security concerns surrounding the Commonwealth Games, public sentiment still seems in favour of Barbados’ attendance at the India games which open tomorrow. At least from some of sports’ top brass. Read More

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I CONFESS: Wife, 62, not keen on sex

02 October 2010

WHY IS IT that when women pass 50 they feel they should head to church, get married if they are in a "live-with" situation, and reduce or stop the amount of sex they have? Read More

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