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Green is the colour of Kings

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One man injured in accident at Christ Church | Barbados Today

One man injured in accident at Christ Church

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Prime Minister Stuart is the productivity champion | Barbados Today

Prime Minister Stuart is the productivity champion

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Police probe unnatural death | Barbados Today

Police probe unnatural death

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ONE DRIVER WAS injured when a car and a van collided along Edey Village at its junction with Frere Pilgrim, Christ Church this evening.

Two vehicles involved in smash-up

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SHELLYANN HINDS CAN HIT a long-range target with great accuracy and precision.The number one female rifle shooter in the Caribbean has been a member of the Barbados...

WEDNESDAY WOMAN: Aiming for the top

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BARBADIAN SAILORS managed two wins yesterday on the first day of the Mount Gay Round Barbados Race Series.Piloting a 2001 J105 in the Caribbean Sailing Association’s...

Bajan sailors win two

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GREEN HOUSE Giants rose to the occasion, dethroning the Red House Rockets at the Lawrence T. Gay Primary School sports yesterday at the National Stadium.The Giants...

Green Giants rule track at L.T. Gay

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PRIME MINISTER Freundel Stuart is the National Productivity Champion for the Year of Productivity, and he has underscored the importance of productivity, describing...

Prime Minister Stuart named Productivity Champion

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LEAGUE QUEENS Pan American International Insurance Warrens continued the trek towards their first double crown honours when the Goddard Enterprises Limited senior...

Warrens lock out Carlton

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IT WAS NO WONDER Obadele Thompson came up big at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games with a bronze medal in the men’s 100 metres.Speaking on the topic, Sports: Positioning...

Oba: Think big

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WHAT’S IN IT FOR US?Seems to be a pertinent question as football’s world governing body, FIFA, announced last week that the World Cup will be expanded to 48 teams...

A THORNY ISSUE: World Cup hopes still a dream

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DEIGHTON “PA” ROACH came up trumps twice in the AOne Supermarkets Lance Bynoe Road Tennis Tournament on Monday night.The oldstager came from behind to win his singles...

Punishing ‘Pa’ an allround winner on court

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POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING the unnatural death of 34-year-old Corey Waldron of Chancery Lane, Christ Church.He reportedly complained of feeling unwell after he emerged...

Cops investigating well-digger's death

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The power of marketing | Barbados Today

The power of marketing

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Chinese donate to Heart & Stroke Foundation | Barbados Today

Chinese donate to Heart & Stroke Foundation

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The Face of fitness | Barbados Today

The Face of fitness

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Excellent Third World! | Barbados Today

Excellent Third World!

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SCRAPPED.That is the latest twist in the dance competition that was being used to promote the Reggae Beach Splash party being held this Friday at Pirates Cove on...

Dance show cut after backlash

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IT IS A SAD day when the private sector has to step in to fill a breach that should have been taken care of by government.But, stressed Barbados Labour Party MP...

Private entity paving roads a ‘disgrace’

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