• Today
    May 19

  • 04:15 PM


BLP marks one year in office

Hundreds have packed the pews at the James Street Methodist Church to worship and celebrate with the Read More


More money to spruce up schools

Over the next few months, schools will undergo a major spruce-up. Prime Minister Mia Mottley announced Read More

Mum’s grief

A cricket ball which was hit for six has left a young mother grieving the death of her baby. Read More

On right path, says economist

Barbados is on the right economic path, says visiting American economist Dr Linda Tesar. Read More


Government announces measures to curb bad behaviour in schools

Prime Minister Mia Mottley tonight announced a slew of measures aimed at improving the conditions Read More


Region ‘better off’ for knowing Hoyte

Harold Hoyte’s impact across the journalism landscape was not only felt here in Barbados. The former Read More

Hoyte helped to cement democracy

IT IS IMPOSSIBLE to calculate the loss to regional journalism as a result of the passing of Harold Read More

PM, Bradshaw meeting with teachers’ unions

Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley, Minister of Education Santia Bradshaw, as well as other ministry Read More



Jamaican police officers charged with murder

KINGSTON – Two police officers are due to appear in the Home Circuit Court on Monday after they had Read More


Mitchell concerned about Grenada’s track record in court

ST GEORGE’S – Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell has voiced concerning about the number of cases before Read More

Jamaican group completes take-over of Trinidad insurance company

KINGSTON – The National Commercial Bank Financial Group (NCBFG) says it has “successfully completed” Read More

CARICOM denounces new US moves on Cuba

ST GEORGE’S – The 15-member Caribbean Community (CARICOM) grouping has denounced moves by the United Read More


World Cup squad unchanged

West Indies selectors are sticking with their original 15-man squad for the World Cup. Cricket Read More


Twin sisters on the rise

It’s significant to see one pair of twins on a cricket squad, but to see two is simply rare. That Read More

City crush Watford to lift FA Cup

LONDON – Raheem Sterling scored a hat-trick as Manchester City crushed Watford 6-0 in the FA Cup final Read More

Tridents have new owners, Holder is marquee player

The Barbados Tridents have a new ownership team. Read More


Smith’s double saves BDFSP

Rashad Smith’s timely double salvaged a 2-2 draw for Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme (BDFSP) Read More


Senate suspended for ten minutes

Today’s sitting of the Senate was suspended for ten minutes in the midst of controversy. Read More


Atherley has questions about land acquisition

OPPOSITION LEADER Bishop Joseph Atherley wants Government to answer several questions concerning its Read More

Government moves to take Mrs Ram’s land

GOVERNMENT HAS MOVED to compulsorily acquire the lands in Bay Street, The City, owned by businesswoman Read More

MP takes swipe at Buju mania

A GOVERNMENT BACKBENCHER has frowned on the “romanticising” of the recently held Buju Banton concert. Read More


DLP starts naming spokespersons

The Democratic Labour Party (DLP) today announced six members who would speak on national issues. Read More


Jamaican group completes take-over of Trinidad insurance company

KINGSTON – The National Commercial Bank Financial Group (NCBFG) says it has “successfully completed” Read More


Government ‘losing out’ on taxes

Construction companies must pay their taxes. With new multimillion-dollar construction projects Read More


At least $48 million in losses. That is what businesses will suffer from the four official holidays Read More

FTC issues two decisions

The Fair Trading Commission (FTC) has approved an updated regime through which other telecommunications Read More


Schwarzenegger struck by flying kick at South Africa sports event

JOHANNESBURG – A man struck Arnold Schwarzenegger with a flying kick at a sports event in South Africa Read More


Austrian government collapses as far right leader caught in video sting

VIENNA – Austria raced on Saturday toward a snap election as Chancellor Sebastian Kurz pulled the Read More

Pope pays tribute journalists killed; says press freedom vital

VATICAN CITY – Pope Francis paid tribute on Saturday to journalists killed while doing their jobs, Read More

Grumpy cat dies at age 7

Grumpy Cat, an internet celebrity for her permanent frown, died “in the arms of her mommy, Tabatha” Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: Germans celebrate

Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany Holger Michael and his wife Hilary recently hosted Government Read More


Strolling through the US Virgin Islands

When many Barbadians think about travelling to the United States, most think about either Miami, New Read More


Shannan and Ryleigh: Escape from death’s door

Shannan Byer had her baby shower on December 16, 2018. Little did she know that her little bundle Read More


Do you believe that better street lighting is needed in Barbados?