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    August 20

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Man shot on Brandons Beach

Police are investigating a shooting which occurred about 5 p.m. on Sunday along Brandons Beach, Brandons, Read More


Three shot in Haynesville

At least three people were shot and injured in Haynesville, St James, last night. The incident left Read More

Words of comfort

You shall not walk alone! Those were the words of comfort Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley said Read More

King’s Crop Over vision

Crop Over 2019 could see the Republic Bank Grand Kadooment jump moving its starting point back to Read More


Bradshaw reveals she has breast cancer

Minister of Education Santia Bradshaw has announced a short leave of absence as a result of a cancerous Read More


Police on scene at Haynesville

Nationnews has received reports of police activity currently ongoing at Haynesville, St James. Read More

Fogging schedule August 20 to 24

The Vector Control Unit of the Ministry of Health and Wellness will continue its fogging programme Read More

Petra Roach named 2018 Ambassador of the Year at Virtuoso Week

LAS VEGAS – Global luxury travel network Virtuoso named US director of Barbados Tourism Marking Inc. Read More



Caribbean think-tank conducts poll on whether Trump should pardon Marcus Garvey

WASHINGTON – The Washington, D.C.-based Institute for Caribbean Studies (ICS) has resurrected the Read More


Courier company warns against importing sex toys

PORT OF SPAIN – A courier company has warned customers that it is still illegal to import sex toys Read More

Police officer shot and killed during robbery

BASSETERRE – The St Kitts-Nevis government has condemned the murder of a senior police officer, who Read More

Former national security minister is new Trinidad police commissioner

PORT OF SPAIN – Former national security minister, Gary Griffith, on Friday began his first day in Read More


‘Time for pro’ hockey players

New Minister of Sport John King says he hopes one day coming soon to see the best hockey players in Read More


Hetmyer sets up Warriors for thumping victory over Tallawahs

Shimron Hetmyer blasted the third fastest Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) century of all time Read More

4 more karate gold for Bajans

Barbados collected four more gold medals at the International Karate Daigaku World Cup at the Garfield Read More

Pollard leads from front as Stars end two-year wait for victory

A maiden T20 hundred from skipper Kieron Pollard at last propelled St Lucia Stars to a first Hero Read More


Karate team grab three golds

Barbados came away with three gold medals on the first day of the Karate World Cup at the Wildey Gymnasium Read More


Public servants ‘sold out’ by unions

Opposition senator and trade unionist Caswell Franklyn has suggested public servants were “sold out” Read More


NIS payments coming

In the coming months, Barbadians owed some $465 million by Government through contributions to the Read More

Verla’s call

Step up and step forward. That was the message which new president of the Democratic Labour Party Read More

De Peiza is new DLP president

Attorney-at-law and defeated Christ Church West candidate Verla De Peiza is the new president of the Read More


Young Dems in rebuilding

AS the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) starts its rebuilding effort after its massive defeat at the Read More


ON POINT: Tourists can’t spend if shops closed

When certain people speak to you, you have to listen. Their voice is never the loudest or the most Read More


EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: Public must get involved in bill

The one word on the lips of most Bajans today is corruption. Be it at the barber shop, on Saturday Read More


ON THE BALL: Saeed needs to say so long to Cavs

I try my best not to use this space to point players in any direction. They pay to play after all, Read More


ON POINT: Fluidity of breaking news

Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong. That’s Murphy’s Law for you! Well, that was exactly Read More


EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: BAMP, Bar should start foundations

There are few associations in Barbados with the clout of the Barbados Association of Medical Practitioners Read More


ON THE BALL: Life bans leave bodybuilding in a mess

Boy is bodybuilding in a mess. We’re not just talking about all these anti-doping violations either. Read More


Petra Roach named 2018 Ambassador of the Year at Virtuoso Week

LAS VEGAS – Global luxury travel network Virtuoso named US director of Barbados Tourism Marking Inc. Read More


BPSA ‘intact’

The reputation of the Barbados Private Sector Association (BPSA) remains intact, says Edward Clarke, Read More

Rock Hard objection

Rock Hard Distribution is charging that the Customs Committee of the Council for Trade and Economic Read More

Caribbean foods on display at Paris exhibition

At least 12 producers from six Caribbean countries will exhibit their goods at the five-day Salon Read More


Venezuelan migrants' dreams of new life dashed by Ecuador passport rule

IPIALES, Colombia – Tears welled up in Gabriel Malavolta’s eyes on Saturday as he realised his dream Read More


Former cricketer Imran Khan sworn-in as Pakistan's prime minister

ISLAMABAD – Former cricket star Imran Khan was sworn in as prime minister of Pakistan on Saturday, Read More

Mexico navy says finds 50 tons of meth in mountain lab

MEXICO CITY − Mexican marines on Friday said they had discovered an underground drug lab in the mountains Read More

Former UN chief and Nobel peace laureate Kofi Annan dies aged 80

ACCRA/GENEVA – Former United Nations Secretary-General and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Kofi Annan has Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: Play captivates audience

Lovers of theatre were treated to a gripping performance of Zakiya Iman Markland’s play La Négrophilie Read More


Joaquin militant in his mindset about music

Joaquin Brewster has no hard feelings about the Crop Over 2018 season. While he didn’t make it to Read More


Rihanna flies in for friend’s big day

Dr Sonita Alexander was the picture perfect bride as she arrived at Halton Great House in St Philip Read More


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