· February, 2007

Stories about Barbados from February, 2007

Barbados: Tony Cozier interviewed

  28 February 2007

Robert Frische of cricketwukup.com interviews Barbadian Tony Cozier, the dean of West Indian cricket commentators, who talks about the West Indies’ chances in the upcoming Cricket World Cup, Barbados's refurbished cricket ground, the life of a cricket correspondent and more.

Barbados: Kensington re-opens

  20 February 2007

Robert Frische at Cricketwukup.com reports on the opening of the newly refurbished Kensington Oval cricket ground in Barbados. Kensington was one of several Caribbean cricket grounds to undergo dramatic renovation in preparation for the 2007 Cricket World Cup, which takes place in the Caribbean starting March 11.

Barbados: Foreign security force

  5 February 2007

Barbados Free Press views the manner in which the Barbados government plans on “ramming through” some last-minute legislation permitting foreign nationals to become part of the security apparatus being put in place for the 2007 Cricket World Cup as a warning sign “of a corruption of democratic principles that –...

Barbados: Treasures of our heritage

  1 February 2007

Prompted by the news that the childhood home of Barbadian cricketing legend Sir Frank Worrell is to be restored, Titalyo writes about the lamentable state of other buildings of “historical interest” in Barbados, and wonders “how much substance there is behind the Prime Minister’s recent pledge to “restore the houses...

Barbados: Cell phone videos

  1 February 2007

Barbados Free Press raises the issue of the proliferation of pornographic cell phone videos featuring underage students and sparks of a lively comment thread.