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UPDATE – Shot man named

The man who was shot near Fernihurst playing field in Deacons, St Michael last night has been named by police as Brian Marville of Deacons Farm. Marville was shot several times by a masked man around 7:40, and was taken by ambulance to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, where he is receiving medical treatment. Anyone who […]

Bajan brand under threat, warns McKay

Executive Director of the Barbados Manufacturers Association (BMA) Bobbi McKay is promising to weed out a “renegade practice” which she says is re-emerging in the manufacturing sector. Addressing the official launch of the Barbados Manufacturers’ Exhibition (BMEX) at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre last night, McKay said she had received a long WhatsApp message from […]

Legal doors opening for Cuban baseballers

Major League Baseball is asking the U.S. government for special permission to sign players in Cuba, handing the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama the opportunity to try some baseball diplomacy while dealing a setback to human traffickers. The U.S. trade embargo generally bars MLB from any agreement directing money to the Cuban government, but […]

Graydon Sealy no match for Combermere  

Shooting guard Latifah Wood’s game-high 21 points resulted in a 36-14 victory for Combermere over Graydon Sealy Secondary this afternoon in the ongoing National Sports Council’s Schools Basketball Competition t Waterford, St Michael. Combermere led throughout the game with the scores 6-4, 15-6 and 24-8 at the end of the first three quarters. Graydon Sealy had […]

Clash of titans

Reigning champions Harrison College and Combermere will battle it out for supremacy when the two Division one powerhouses meet in the final of the Massy United Insurance-sponsored National Sports Council’s Schools Basketball Competition.This afternoon at the Barbados Community College’s indoor auditorium, Harrison College led by their top shooting guard Nikolai Burton with a game-high 34 […]