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  1. Caribbean Cricket drops more – Two Batsmen barely qualify as two WI Bowlers limp into Top 25

    Once in Cricket if you said West Indies, people would shudder when recalling whistling pace giants like the late Malcolm Marshall for his wicket-scalps even while injured or Viv Richards sending balls to knock out satellites, now? Here are the latest tallies of prowess where you see the rankings speak for themselves, SMDH;- Veteran left-hander Shivnarine Chanderpaul and rookie […]

    January 31, 2012Cricket, FeaturedNo comments
  2. Endangered Activists beware: “The Hunter” with Willem ‘Spider Man/John Carter’ Dafoe not for Conservationists

    Release Date: 22 March 2012 Genre: Thriller Cast: Sam Neill, Willem Dafoe, Frances O’Connor Directors: Daniel Nettheim Writer: Julia Leigh, Wain Fimeri Studio: Magnolia Pictures

    January 31, 2012Featured, Nature, Video GalleryNo comments
  3. “Lockout” where ‘Escape From New York’ mates with “Chronicles Of Riddick” fea. Guy “Time Machine/Count Of Monte Cristo” Pearce

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    January 31, 2012Cinema, Entertainment, Events, Video GalleryNo comments

    CAVEAT {The views expressed in this article while bearing resemblance to the late Dave Marsden when alive in Barbados, is purely coincidental. The opinions expressed do not reflect any advertisers nor the staff of Bajan Reporter. Any offense taken, is purely at one’s own thin skin.} Sometime ago, officials of Grenada’s New National Party were […]

    January 31, 2012Featured, TravelNo comments
  5. Leading Puerto Rico Benefits Attorney Joins Chartered Law firm in Washington, DC

    Groom Law Group, Chartered, a Washington, D.C.-based law firm that focuses exclusively on employee benefits law, announced today that Juan Luis Alonso – a widely respected attorney with broad-based expertise in Puerto Rico employee benefits matters, has joined the Firm. Before joining Groom Law Group, Alonso spent over a decade at McConnell Valdes LLC in […]

    January 31, 2012Business, FeaturedNo comments

    Dear Editor, I was recently in the North Rupununi region of Guyana looking for investment opportunities to help the region develop, but many Amerindian communities in Guyana are aware that I also submit reports on Human Rights issues to the United Nations (UN) and the Organization of American States (OAS) – as well as for […]

    January 31, 2012Education, Featured, Travel3 comments
  7. Work on East Coast districts being carried out by the Barbados Water Authority

    The BWA wishes to inform customers in some St. John and St. Andrew areas currently experiencing a water outage or low pressure that the problem has resulted from a leaking valve on a 10-inch main in Glenburnie. The main in question burst and was repaired over the weekend but developed a leak on a valve […]

    January 31, 2012Featured, NatureNo comments
  8. “Reality Weekends” invades UWI despite Ban: WHY PLATONIC Relationships always GO WRONG!

    Website: Facebook: Youtube: Twitter: Email:

    January 31, 2012Cinema, Controversy, Events, Video GalleryNo comments
  9. One day in Eagle Hall, waiting for lights to change; Where are Police when you need them?

    Nearly had an accident while heading out to Warrens, but I had to almost creep onto the bumper of this Mitsubishi Van to ascertain the number of the vehicle… Didn’t Commissioner Dottin recently express concern over number plates and how easy they are to make? It seems this vehicle is unaware or grateful no one […]

    January 29, 2012Oddity, Photo GalleryNo comments
  10. Barbadian Online Publication offers Big Break For Talented Young Writers

    Young aspiring journalists now have a chance to let their voices be heard. Kurama Magazine, a website which caters to Caribbean women, is launching a writing contest that is open to English-speaking writers all over the world. The winner will get his/her very own column on the online magazine as well as a $50 gift […]

    January 29, 2012Arts, Books, EventsNo comments
  11. Bajan Toilet Humor: Tribal Vids Comedy – Gastro Story Pt1

    This is real Barbadian Bathroom Humour, not for faint of heart nor bowels, if you like it, then the sequel is HERE!

    January 29, 2012Controversy, Entertainment, Video GalleryNo comments
  12. Dollarwise on Swan Street: Where Protein Shampoo has new meaning?

    I tell folks that with the current economic situation I make places like The People’s Market grunt for Non-Member Bulk Shopping who are just off Eagle Hall towards Warrens and look for new books at either 2 Good to be 2 for $2 near the Royal Shop in the City or Dis & Dat opposite immigration […]

    January 29, 2012Oddity, Photo Gallery, ReviewNo comments
  13. Rick Mercer Report: Rick’s Rant – The War on Fun

    A Rubik’s Cube is a deadly weapon? No wonder Rick’s Ranting… Watch & be astounded at how Canadian school-children will raise funds 2 years from now, if no counter-measures are adopted fast!

    January 29, 2012Controversy, Education, Games, Video GalleryNo comments
  14. Internet Freedoms remain at Stake – SOPA (stop online piracy act) STOPPED? or is it?

    The controversial SOPA – Stop Online Piracy Act appears to have been stopped dead in its tracks in the House. Only until there is broader consensus among the lawmakers about legislation that would crack down on foreign Web sites that infringe on U.S. copyright material and counterfeit goods, Majority Leader Rep. Eric Cantor (R.-Va.) has […]

    January 29, 2012Featured, TechnologyNo comments
  15. Worldwide Consumer Movement – Stop S.O.P.A. (Operation Black March)

    March 2012 is the end of the 1st quarter in economic reports worldwide. Do not buy a single record. Do not download a single song, legally or illegally. Do not go to see a single film in cinemas, or download a copy; Do not buy a DVD in the stores. Do not buy a video […]

    January 29, 2012Controversy, Review, Video Gallery2 comments
  16. BREAKING NEWS: 29 year old male is First Road Fatality in Barbados for 2012

    The first road fatality for 2012 occurred about 7.35 pm on Saturday 28th January 2012 on the ABC Highway, between the Lowlands Junction and the Henry Forde Roundabout at Newton, Christ Church. Driver of one of the motorcars Jermaine Douglas, 26 years, of Long Bay, St. Philip was also seriously injured. He along with the […]

    January 29, 2012Featured, Nature1 comment
  17. Elements of Barbados Media seek to muzzle Bajan Reporter; other segments use story without Permission

    On occasion there have been times when Bajan Reporter used other media’s interviews, for the majority of occasions we usually credit it – even Koran hating Barbados Free Press if we use their images, we say so! Some quick examples – fashion designer Toni Thorne’s BOUiK collection earned the attention of Alyson Holder, we videoed […]

    January 28, 2012Business, Featured4 comments
  18. Brazilian Cop drama “The Enemy Within” is a Must See!

    Following the bloody aftermath of a disastrously handled prison riot, Nascimento gets caught in a bloody political dispute that involves not only government officials, but also the deadly paramillitary groups known as the milicias. Adding to this are his troubles at home, as his ex-wife is now married to the newly elected State Representative and […]

    January 28, 2012Controversy, Video GalleryNo comments
  19. Documentary “I Am Bruce Lee” due next month, fea. Kobe Bryant

    Coming to theaters this February is the new documentary I Am Bruce Lee. Featuring footage from the likes of The Big Boss, First of Fury, Way of the Dragon, Enter the Dragon and The Game of Death, the film delves into the life of Bruce Lee and his current legacy in both martial arts and […]

    January 28, 2012Featured, Martial Arts, Video GalleryNo comments

    Barbadians are being called upon to “quickly” submit their views on the Preservation of Antiquities and Relics Bill. This appeal has come from Minister of Culture, Stephen Lashley, who disclosed that the Ministry had already received some submissions on the Bill which went to Parliament late last year. However, debate on the legislation was suspended […]

    January 27, 2012Featured, Political2 comments
  21. “Construction in Progress” Sign on Grenada’s Lagoon Park: What next?

    Citizens in Defence of Grenada’s Lands & Heritage would like to draw to the attention of the general public and all interested persons the recent erection of the following sign on the Lagoon Park area – Hazardous Area – Construction in Progress. The implicit message in that sign is “KEEP OUT“. But what construction can […]

    January 27, 2012Featured, Travel1 comment
  22. Veteran Barbadian Calypsonian known as “Froggy” Passes Away

    Barbados’ entertainment industry is mourning the loss of one of the first females to perform calypso inBarbados. Phyllis Collymore, also known as ‘Froggy’, passed away peacefully this morning, aged 82, at Gordon Cummins Hospital in St Thomas after a short illness. Froggy performed at Club Morgan throughout the 1950’s and will be best remembered for […]

    January 27, 2012Music, ReviewNo comments
  23. British High Commission’s Department for International Development Caribbean announces new support for region

    At the 7th UK Caribbean Forum held in Grenada from 20 – 22nd January 2011, Alan Duncan, the UK’s Minister for the Department for International Development (DFID), announced the following: £4.9 million in new support through the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) to help the region cope with the impacts of climate change through […]

    January 27, 2012Featured, Travel1 comment
  24. ‘Seeking Justice’ with Nicholas “Gone In 60 Seconds/Moonstruck” Cage and Guy “Bedtime Stories/Time Machine” Pearce

    Director: Roger Donaldson Writers: Todd Hickey (story), Robert Tannen (screenplay) Stars: Nicolas Cage, January Jones and Guy Pearce

    January 27, 2012Cinema, Entertainment, Events, Video GalleryNo comments
  25. US Embassy donates books on domestic violence to Nevis; help fight social illness

    Nevisian Minister for Social Development Hensley Daniel was presented with a small collection of books on domestic violence for use by the Department of Social and Gender Affairs in their fight against the social ill. They were recently handed over by Deputy Public Affairs Officer at the Embassy of the United States to Barbados and […]

    January 27, 2012CrimeNo comments