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    March 19

  • 08:05 PM


MSMEs stand to benefit from direct assistance grant scheme

Minister of Industry, Donville Inniss, is satisfied that micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) Read More


Treasury Department moving

The public is advised that the Treasury Department will be relocated to the Ground Floor, National Read More

St Lawrence community rocked by death

The quiet community of St Lawrence, Christ Church was rocked this morning by the news of the death Read More

Unnatural death in St Lawrence

Police are currently on the scene of an unnatural death in St Lawrence, Christ Church. Police public Read More


Cabinet seat for Griffith, says Payne

A Cabinet seat is awaiting Barbados Labour Party (BLP) St John candidate Charles Griffith if the party Read More


Lashley knocks ‘partisan’ academics

Some of the academics associated with the University of the West Indies have taken a beating for their Read More

19 Bajans sent back

Nineteen Barbadians were deported from the United States last year, six more than 2016. This was Read More

Upset child father threatens ex’s police boyfriend

They had an understanding that they would not bring each other’s new partners to their homes for the Read More


Antigua opposition party wants fixed date for general elections

ST JOHN’S − The leader of the minority opposition Democratic National Alliance (DNA) is calling for Read More


Controversial new airport deal wins international award

HAMILTON − Bermuda’s controversial contract to build a new airport terminal has won an international Read More

State of Emergency enforced in sections of Jamaica

KINGSTON – Prime Minister Andrew Holness on Sunday declared a State of Public Emergency in sections Read More

Last lap campaigning ahead of March 21 poll

ST JOHN’S – Antigua and Barbuda political parties enter the final weekend of campaigning for the March Read More


Windies ‘up for it’

HARARE – Favourites West Indies are bracing for a spin assault from hosts Zimbabwe in today’s all-important Read More


Passage roar again

Fusionz Boutique Passage Juniors are celebrating their fifth capture of the Barbados Cricket Supplies Read More

Easy win for BDFSP

Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme (BDFSP) kept in time with the early pacesetters in the Barbados Read More

Smooth start for Goodride

Goodride Ballers made a dream debut in the Barbados Netball Association’s (BNA) Division 1 competition Read More


Stage set for chess thriller

Reigning champions Harrison College and 2016 winners Queen’s College are locked in a neck and neck Read More


Mitchell sworn in as Prime Minister of Grenada

ST GEORGE’S – Dr Keith Claudius Mitchell took the oath of office for a fifth occasion on Friday as Read More


Natalie enters political campaign

Well-known sex worker Natalie Harewood is contesting this year’s general election. The self-proclaimed Read More

Call to to consider campaign financing measures following Grenada poll

ST GEORGES - The head of the Electoral Experts Mission of the Organization of American States (OAS) Read More

PM Browne promises to follow Mitchell with election whitewash

Prime Minister Gaston Browne is seeking to follow the lead of his Grenada counterpart, Dr. Keith Mitchell, Read More


St John folk have say on Mara's election decision

“MARA THOMPSON should have dropped out ever since.” That was the sentiment from some St John constituents Read More


KRYSTLE CLEAR: Options slim but hope should prevail

The recent declarations by the Central Bank concerning the state of our economy have understandably Read More


THE LONG VIEW: NUPW demands too costly

Last week the National Union of Public Workers, with it seems a little support from the Barbados Secondary Read More


Krystle Clear: Resolve to Keep Resolutions

Every year, millions of people make resolutions. With well-meaning intentions, we make our lists Read More


The Long View: Public officers must enforce rules

Barbados has a serious problem. It has nothing to do with politicians, but rather our public officers. Read More


A tale of pigs and razors

Whatever happened to engaging the pig for Christmas? In the countryside of old-time Barbados, many Read More


Services, snoring and surprises

I remember looking forward to Christmas morning at 5:00AM service. The house was always full of the Read More



CIBC FirstCaribbean appoints new private wealth investment advisor

GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands – Regional bank CIBC FirstCaribbean recently announced the appointment Read More


Spotlight on issues affecting females in the workforce

Women have made significant inroads into male-oriented areas of business, but there is still some Read More

Economist: Foreign reserves in free fall

The Freundel Stuart administration is in danger of losing control of the BD$2 to US$1 exchange rate, Read More

Bitt.com receives USD3 million in additional funding

Bitt.com, the Barbados based Caribbean blockchain-based digital payment provider, has received USD3 Read More


Serial bomber suspected in deadly Austin explosions, say police

AUSTIN, Texas – A serial bomber is suspected of planting four bombs this month around Austin, Texas, Read More


Facebook under pressure as EU, US urge probes of data practices

Facebook Inc faced growing pressure on Monday after European and US lawmakers called for investigations Read More

Putin wins another six years at Russia's helm in landslide victory

MOSCOW − Russian President Vladimir Putin won a landslide re-election victory on Sunday, extending Read More

Putin on track for commanding win as Russians head to polls

UST-DJEGUTA, Russia − Russians voted in a presidential election on Sunday that was expected to give Read More


Girl talk with Danice Hinds

Five years ago, while Danice Hinds was sitting in a class at the University of the West Indies, Cave Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: Women have their day

The WPortfolio celebrations for International Womens Day at Hilton Barbados two Thursdays ago drew Read More


Ava Lee – lawyer singing the blues

Ava Marissa Lee has two passions – law and singing. Ask her to choose one or the other, and she can’t. Read More




Do you think there should be tougher penalties for those found guilty of acts of cruelty to children? The penalty is currently $120 or one year in prison.