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    Cable & Wireless Communications, Plc (CWC) revealed Chris Dehring, Chairman of LIME Jamaica and a member of the senior executive team has decided to return to the forays of entrepreneurship after six transformative years with the Company, effective September 30, 2015. “On behalf of the Board of Directors and the management and staff of C&W, […]

    September 26, 2015Cricket, FeaturedNo comments
  2. Fears that Dougie’s stonewalling SKN’s Opposition ‘No Confidence Motion’ can impede fan support for the Regional U19 Tournament: by Andre Nelson

    As teams prepare for action in the 2013 Regional 3 day tournament a number of concerns are being expressed. According to a reliable source the present political dilemma that has engulfed St Kitts and Nevis has the potential of sidetracking the tournament which is the region’s premier Under 19 competition. The source stressed that while […]

    July 16, 2013Cricket, PoliticalNo comments
  3. Campaign 2013 – BLP gone Muppets? Or Barbados using Santana’s cousins? “A Fumble Erection”; A Bajan Poppet Production

    DIRECT QUOTE – Bajan Poppets is pleased to bring to you the first ever episode of the political Poppet series “Mangrove” starring Mangrove and Kow Pow, when they get together expect Hilarious Bajan Comedy! In first episode see what happens when Mangrove gets excited as his PM Fumble is having a tribute erected for him; […]

    February 10, 2013Cartoons, Political, Video GalleryNo comments
  4. Roald Dahl’s Chocolate Factory finds Barbadian Education is not so sweet December 18, 2012Cartoons, Photo GalleryNo comments
  5. London in St Lawrence Gap via Virgin Atlantic, Barbados celebrates the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II – 3rd June 2012

    Do you believe YouTube would not let me save this Barbadian crowd-scene video under a Creative Commons License, but under their Standard license? They claimed I was using a third-party copyright – it wasn’t Virgin nor QE2 as when I removed their names, the same stipulation was made. So I can only guess it would […]

    June 5, 2012Travel, Video Gallery1 comment
  6. “Effects of the Euro-Zone Debt Crisis on Barbados Tourism & Int’l Business” Part 1

    After a Xmas hiatus, the DLP’s lunchtime lecture series resumed Friday 2012-01-13 with Barbadian Tourism Minister Hon. Richard Sealy, who spoke on “The Effect of the Euro-Zone Debt Crisis on Tourism and International Business” at the “Errol Barrow Gallery“, DLP Headquarters, ‘Kennington’, George Street, Belleville, St. Michael

    January 16, 2012Featured, Political, Video GalleryNo comments
  7. Titanic Soca at Kensington Oval – VIP patrons can download extended album of 16-7-2011’S “SOCA TITANS”

    Plans are underway to make Monstapiece productions an online download store via website in the near future, this was confirmed the other night by Brian Corbin of Monstapiece while giving opening remarks at the launch of the “Soca Titans” album, the concert to observe the occasion being Saturday 16 July at Kensington Oval. The double-disk anthology makes for […]

    June 30, 2011Featured, TechnologyNo comments
  8. UB40’S Ali Campbell Joins the Line-Up for the 15th Annual St. Kitts Music Festival

    Chart-topping Reggae artist and founding member of the world renowned Reggae group UB40, Ali Campbell has joined the line-up for this year’s St. Kitts Music Festival, which will take place on island from Thursday June 23 to Saturday June 25. As UB40’s lead singer, Ali Campbell has sold over 60 million records worldwide, toured across […]

    April 10, 2011Featured, TravelNo comments
  9. Sport For Life! charity expands out of Caribbean – This as UK Foreign Minister pledges review of APD before March 23 while Barbados Sports Minister pledges Cultural Action Fund will soon be replenished

    The charity devised to perpetuate the memory of Cricket World Cup 2007 Coordinator, Stephen Alleyne, is so successful it is now in St Lucia, St Vincent and a branch is now just set up in Pakistan.  The organisation which uses cricket as a fulcrum to encourage remedial children to learn Maths & English got its launch here […]

    January 19, 2011TravelNo comments
  10. Latibeaudiere, Kissoon & Hall join the Board of Directors at West Indies Players Association

    The West Indies Players Association (WIPA) met recently to appoint three new board members and to review its three-year strategic plan for the period 2011-2013. The three new additions to the WIPA Board of Directors are the Honourable Derick Milton Latibeaudiere, Mr. Dave Kissoon, and Mr. Michael Hall. The appointments took effect on the 26th […]

    December 4, 2010Cricket, FeaturedNo comments
  11. Brian Lara, Trinidad’s Cricketing Legend ponders comeback to game if only under specific conditions

    The Bermuda Sun managed to catch the Prince of Cricket in an off-guard moment and probed about a probable return from the legendary Brian Lara who bowed out of cricket three years ago. The reply they got may have caught them by surprise;- “I am 41 and if I come back in any capacity it […]

    October 17, 2010Cricket, FeaturedNo comments
  12. The Cool, The Bad and The Barmy – what was great about ICC Twenty20 Cricket at Kensington Oval (and where it could improve)

    WHAT WAS COOL The cricket was exciting, matches were well-paced and the players were not in an Ivory Tower looking down at us mere mortals. The last day was very interesting – there were throngs of Indian spectators who supported England fully. Aussie supporters were few and far between, the few lads from Down Under […]

    May 17, 2010Cricket, Featured2 comments
  13. UK Tenor astounds patrons in ICC Fund Raiser at Barbados’ Fairmont Royal Pavilion – “Sport For Life!” charity is testament to late Barbadian CWC Organiser

    Diamonds International, Fairmont Resorts, Illuminat are some of the sponsors involved in the multi-partnering of the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the English Cricket Board (ECB) in assisting Lord Richard Newby’s “Sport for Life!” of which, the Barbados branch is a testament to the memory of the late Stephen Alleyne – Chair of the Barbados […]

    May 13, 2010Cricket, Featured, Music3 comments
  14. Errol Barrow Day 2010: Election Review of the Right Excellent EWB’s Splinter Party by ‘The Devil’s Advocate’ – NEW FEATURE

    Here’s what we hope is a regular feature from a spirited individualwho is definitely opinionated about what pases for Government in our Gem of the Caribbean Sea;- When The Bajan Reporter asked me to write a regular piece, I asked if I could remain anonymous, and use a pseudonym, so from this point on I […]

    January 21, 2010Editorial, Education, Featured, Political1 comment

    Soca star Rupee is ready for his highly-anticipated return to New York City this Memorial weekend. Currently performing in the U.S. with recent shows in Texas and Florida, the Bajan export now heads to Mangoville in Queens, New York on Saturday, May 23, 2009. Presented by Anil B and Boogie Down Entertainment, the show is […]

    May 22, 2009Entertainment, MusicNo comments

    It was about 11:00 am, one week before my vacation was due to end when I got the call… A call that still shakes me now. My wife asking if it’s true that Terry Mayers just passed away? I was stunned to speechlessness and my eyes watered (as they are again even now) after a […]

    May 14, 2009Featured, SportsNo comments
  17. Worthing – Erosion of Beaches and Attitudes: Where to avoid and why

    Last year, there were a number of stories in print and on tv concerning beach erosion around Worthing, Christ Church in the south of Barbados. While this is a valid concern, it may profit businesses in the are to mind the erosion of attitudes in their companies especially as it relates to customer service! Stephen […]

    April 25, 2009Editorial, Editorial, Review1 comment
  18. Is a slur a slur if anyone says it? Or if a CELEBRITY does it? Prince Harry is in bare Potter as Barbadians say!

    Prince Harry just can’t stay away from the news, can he? Not so long ago, he was in Barbados for the Cricket World Cup, he also went to a costumed affair dressed as a Desert Nazi and sparked a global firestorm of condemnation… This time? He apparently has an affectionate nickname for a fellow officer […]

    January 13, 2009Controversy2 comments
  19. “CLOSE OF PLAY” – Not your regular cricket bar, Banks Girls on Friday!

    For those of you who like to let your hair down on a Friday, rather than Oistins why not head over to Westbury Road? Just before you reach the traffic lights towards Westbury Cemetery and right next to one of the ubiquitous Sawh shops is “Close Of Play” there since February 2007 to cash in […]

    October 30, 2008Entertainment, NewsNo comments

    Barbados? development through sports will be traced next week when the National Sports Council hosts a public lecture as part of its 30th anniversary celebrations. Businessman and former cricketer, Rawle Brancker, will deliver the lecture on Tuesday, June 10, at the Frank Collymore Hall, starting at 7:00 p.m. The theme is ?Development Through Sport and […]

    June 5, 2008Cricket, News, SportsNo comments
  21. {UPDATED} Fried Pram-Pram – from CBC to CMC then at CWC: The journey that was Terry Mayers (RIP: 1967 -2008)

    “All mankind is of one author, and is one volume; when one man dies, one chapter is not torn out of the book, but translated into a better language; and every chapter must be so translated…As therefore the bell that rings to a sermon, calls not upon the preacher only, but upon the congregation to […]

    May 14, 2008Featured, Nature, Review, Sports1 comment

    The sporting facilities being constructed by St Kitts’ Ministry of Sports around the main island will raise the chances of the twin-island federation being successful in the sports tourism sub-sector. This is the firm belief of Donald Lockerbie, President of OLYMPVS INTERNATIONAL LLC – a worldwide sports facility and operations consulting firm, based in North […]

    March 29, 2008Cricket, SportsNo comments

    Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene is contending that playing the West Indies on their home turf is no ordinary challenge. The right handed batsman made the remarks at the Digicel Test Series launch press conference in Georgetown. ?It?s a great challenge for us, we haven?t toured West Indies that often, this is my second trip […]

    March 21, 2008Cricket, SportsNo comments
  24. Legacy of CWC 2007 in Basseterre – FORT STREET REVIEW REKINDLES DEBATE

    The planned six-month review of the no-parking policy on St Kitts‘ Fort Street has provided government with important information which will be used to guide traffic regulations for the area. The decision to restrict vehicular traffic on Fort Street, which is a popular ?hang out? spot, was made in March during the ICC Cricket World […]

    October 5, 2007Cricket, EditorialNo comments

    Phase one of the Warner Park redevelopment project is now complete, signaling an end to mass construction at St Kitts? premiere sporting facility. The completion of the football stadium was the final activity under this Phase, which also saw the transformation of the cricket field to a world class multipurpose complex where major international events […]

    September 12, 2007Sports, TechnologyNo comments