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One Anglican Bishop is calling for a return to traditional values, especially the practice of community togetherness.

Bishop James Tengatenga of Malawi made the plea yesterday at the annual diocese of Barbados Church Service, at Kensington Oval.
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Acting Prime Minister Richard Sealy says there is no need to worry about the financial future of the island, as it is moving in the right direction.
Addressing the opening of the Apes Hill Country club, Sealy said the St James development is just one example of increased investor confidence.
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Barbados Pride captain Jason Holder is praising his team’s performance throughout the regional Super50 tournament.

Pride lifted the Clive Lloyd trophy on Saturday night at Coolidge cricket ground in Antigua, after scoring a 59 run victory over their rivals Jamaica scorpions.
Holder says his players gave their best throughout the entire competition.

After a slow start, Holder blasted 69...
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#BTLeadStory #BarbadosCentralBankCrisis - Former Attorney General Dale Marshall is pointing to what he calls an apparent disconnect between the Finance Minister Chris Sinckler and the Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite, in the ongoing impasse between Sinckler and Central Bank Governor Dr Delisle Worrell.

Last week news emerged that Sinckler reportedly met with Worrell on February 9 and gave...
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Police make breakthrough in burglary cases | Barbados Today

Police make breakthrough in burglary cases

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BARBADOS TODAY MORNING UPDATE | Barbados TODAY

Former Attorney General Dale Marshall has his say on the impasse between Finance Minister Chris Sinckler and Central Bank Governor Dr Delisle Worrell. Acting Prime Minister Richard Sealy says there’s no need to worry about Barbados’ financial future. These stories and more in the Barbados TODAY morning news.
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PREPARATION, PLANNING AND professionalism took pride of place in Barbados’ capture of the WICB Regional Super50 One-Day cricket title. Barbados Pride overcame early...

Super50 win ‘due to unity’

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yesterday at 16:33. Facebook
No need for an Environmental Impact Assessment on Hyatt Hotel. #BarbadosNation
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yesterday at 16:00. Facebook
BARBADIANS are being encouraged to patronise the Hotel PomMarine to give hospitality students an opportunity to discover the world of work.The hotel is the heart...

PomMarine in need of more occupancy

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PRESIDENT OF THE Barbados Road Safety Association (BRSA), Sharmane Roland-Bowen, is sceptical about prospects for a carpooling system for Barbados. She said the...

Culture may hinder carpooling

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yesterday at 14:56. Facebook
THREE ST PHILIP men are expected to appear in the District “C” Magistrates’ Court today accused of carrying out 30 burglaries in just over a year.The offences were...

Burglary accused to make court appearance

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yesterday at 14:42. Facebook
Happy 29th Birthday to our trail blazer, hit maker & 100% Bajan Superstar Rihanna.
We wish you a blessed and successful year ahead @badgalriri
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Sheba Collects- Big Side Walk Sale
Saturday February 25th
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yesterday at 14:02. Facebook
TIME OUT AT THE GAP, which was part of the controversial Gems Project, has been sold.Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy made the announcement moments ago at his annual...

Weatherhead buys Time Out At The Gap

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THE SMELL OF sewage returned to a section of the South Coast yesterday. And while the Barbados Water Authority’s (BWA) new director of its Waste Water Recovery Programme...

New stink in Worthing

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yesterday at 13:30. Facebook
POLITICIANS AND PRIESTS came under heavy criticism from a visiting Zimbabwean cleric during the Anglican Diocese of Barbados Annual Diocesan Service held at Kensington...

Cleric knocks greed

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FOUR OPPOSITION MEMBERS last night tore into Government over its legal brouhaha with Central Bank Governor Dr DeLisle Worrell.

BLPites blast governor impasse

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EL JIMADOR - NATIONAL MARGARITA DAY
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CONSUMERS WILL NOT be exposed to profiteering at the pump with the Sol Group’s pending takeover of the state-owned Barbados National Terminal Company Limited (BNTCL)....

Sol pump cap

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NO ONE IS BIGGER than Barbados – neither Governor of the Central Bank Dr DeLisle Worrell, nor his now legal adversary Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler.

Bim ‘bigger’

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