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Title chase

Dakio Worrell’s knock of 69 and Romaine Mayers’ four wickets ensured that ten-time champions Wesley Hall Juniors advanced into the semifinal round of the Guardian Group-sponsored National Sports Council’s Herman Griffith Primary Schools Cricket Competition yesterday. Dakio Worrell in attacking mode during his knock of 69 for Wesley Hall Juniors today. (Pictures by Morissa Lindsay) In today’s quarterfinal played at ...

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Title chase

Dakio Worrell’s knock of 69 and Romaine Mayers’ four wickets ensured that ten-time champions Wesley Hall Juniors advanced into the semifinal round of the Guardian Group-sponsored National Sports Council’s Herman Griffith Primary Schools Cricket Competition yesterday. Dakio Worrell in attacking mode during his knock of 69 for Wesley Hall Juniors today. (Pictures by Morissa Lindsay) In today’s quarterfinal played at ...

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Sweet sounds of Christmas

You know Christmas is in the air when the people of Barbados are urged to come out in their hundreds, and even thousands, to soak in the music of the Yuletide season at various venues around the island. You also know it is Christmas when one of those entities sending out such invitations is the Belle Voci Cantanti. So all ...

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Sweet sounds of Christmas

You know Christmas is in the air when the people of Barbados are urged to come out in their hundreds, and even thousands, to soak in the music of the Yuletide season at various venues around the island. You also know it is Christmas when one of those entities sending out such invitations is the Belle Voci Cantanti. So all ...

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Women encouraged to form support networks – Barbados Today

Barbados TodayWomen encouraged to form support networksBarbados TodayBritish High Commissioner to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, Victoria Dean, has urged Barbadian women entrepreneurs to form partnerships and support networks across the region to ...

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Wowed by the women

Yesterday we had our Women’s Entrepreneurship Day breakfast and all I can say is “wow!”  The women came out in their numbers and the room was full. From the excellence of my MC, Francine Charles, to the frank, down-to-earth and inspiring speech by the British High Commissioner- Victoria Dean, to the interactive panel discussion, it was a truly memorable day. Being serenaded ...

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Wowed by the women

Yesterday we had our Women’s Entrepreneurship Day breakfast and all I can say is “wow!”  The women came out in their numbers and the room was full. From the excellence of my MC, Francine Charles, to the frank, down-to-earth and inspiring speech by the British High Commissioner- Victoria Dean, to the interactive panel discussion, it was a truly memorable day. Being serenaded ...

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Wowed by the women

Yesterday we had our Women’s Entrepreneurship Day breakfast and all I can say is “wow!”  The women came out in their numbers and the room was full. From the excellence of my MC, Francine Charles, to the frank, down-to-earth and inspiring speech by the British High Commissioner- Victoria Dean, to the interactive panel discussion, it was a truly memorable day. Being serenaded ...

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Robber’s parents not to blame

The fact that Dwayne King committed six counts of aggravated robbery and burglary between December 2011 and May 2012 had nothing to do with his parenting. According to a presentencing report by Probation Officer Louis Linton which was read in the No. 5 Supreme Court earlier this week, King’s mother, stepfather and paternal grandfather “treated him well and instilled positive values”. ...

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