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    November 19

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Decision on Senate hat pending

THE ANGLICAN BISHOP of Barbados-designate has not yet turned his attention to whether he will remain Read More


Doubts over memo

ABOUT A MONTH after Government started its retrenchment programme in the public sector, the head of Read More

 Mia: It’s sabotage

SABOTAGE! That, declared Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley, was what appeared to be behind how some Read More

Wife charged with murder of Cecil Miller

Syberton Miller the wife of the late Cecil Miller has been arrested and formally charged with the Read More


23-year-old charged with 8 offences

The police in the Northern Division have arrested and formally charged Tristan Agustus Clarke, 23 Read More


Fogging schedule November 19 to 23

The Vector Control Unit of the Ministry of Health and Wellness will continue to concentrate its efforts Read More

Earthquake hits Martinique

The Seismic Centre at the University of the West Indies (UWI), St. Augustine Campus says a 4.0 magnitude Read More

Colombian accused collapses in court

The fourth Colombian, who has been charged with assaulting an Immigration officer, was hustled to Read More



Chinese mosquito coil denied registration due to cancer risk

GEORGETOWN– The Pesticides and Toxic Chemicals Control Board (PTCCB) has denied the registration of Read More


Earthquake hits Martinique

The Seismic Centre at the University of the West Indies (UWI), St. Augustine Campus says a 4.0 magnitude Read More

Former Jamaica Prime Minister to release new book

KINGSTON – A new publication examining the pivotal roles played by former Jamaica Prime Minister P.J. Read More

Guyana welcomes American Airlines

GEORGETOWN – Guyana has welcomed the inaugural American Airlines flight to the Caribbean Community Read More


Windies women wreck England

MAKE that four out of four for the West Indies girls. The defending ICC World Twenty20 champions Read More


New rules for tokens

THE Barbados Football Association (BFA) has given its members strict guidelines to follow pertaining Read More

Barbados beat USVI

Barbados cruised to a 3-0 victory over United States Virgin Islands (USVI) tonight at the Wildey Turf Read More

It’s crunch time for Tridents

It’s do-or-die for Barbados footballers in today’s home tie against the United States Virgin Islands Read More


Hip! Hip! Hayley!

GROS ISLET – Hayley Matthews burst to life in a special Player Of The Match performance as West Indies Read More


Judicial reform a must, says senator

Opposition Senator Crystal Drakes says with a price tag of over $30 000 a year to house an inmate Read More


Call for referendum on death penalty

A referendum would have to be put to Barbadians before any decision could be taken to abolish the Read More

20 years to fix ‘housing mess’

Minister of Housing, Lands and Rural Development George Payne fears it will take 20 years to fix the Read More

Grenadians reject Privy Council replacement again

ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada – Grenadians voted for a second time within a two year period, to reject efforts Read More


Chastanet reshuffles cabinet

CASTRIES, St Lucia – Prime Minister Allen Chastanet today announced that a minor re-shuffle to his Read More


ON POINT: Regional heads must tackle gas pain

Gas prices are on everyone’s lips these days. Well, perhaps it is more accurate to say, now more Read More


EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: Time to speak out about sugar’s future

Minister of Agriculture Indar Weir needs to comprehensively address the issue of the sugar industry Read More


ON POINT: Bowled over by young talent

Let me say from the outset – I am in awe of some of the young people in this country. I don’t remember Read More


EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: Clear need for audit staff

With Government looking at expenditure on wages and salaries, the last thing the Mia Mottley administration Read More


ON THE BALL: Will ‘Apple’ be sent packing?

Well, isn’t this awkward? I mean Kevin Yarde was sacked as captain soon after his Davis Cup tennis Read More


ON POINT: All I want for Independence . . .

Today is the start of November. For many of us that means an extra shot of pride and industry will Read More


Barbados, Symmonds, recognised at World Travel Market

It was a time of celebration for the Barbados delegation at last week’s World Travel Market (WTM) Read More


Making monumental impact

The Oxford Dictionary defines ‘monumental’ as epic, huge, massive or enormous. That’s exactly the Read More

British Airways boost for travel to and from Barbados

Barbados stands to gain from increased capacity and product enhancements being introduced by British Read More

IDB bolsters Barbados’ macroeconomic emergency programme

Working with a $100 million loan from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the Government of Read More


Turkey sentences six people to life in prison for Istanbul airport attack

ANKARA − A Turkish court has handed life prison sentences to six people convicted over a 2016 attack Read More


Judge orders White House to return Jim Acosta's press pass

CNN's Jim Acosta will return to his post at the White House on Friday following a court ruling that Read More

British PM May fights to save Brexit deal and her job

LONDON-Prime Minister Theresa May’s draft divorce deal with the European Union was in jeopardy on Read More

Trump aide Ricardel forced out after showdown with First Lady

WASHINGTON − Mira Ricardel, the White House deputy national security adviser, was forced out of her Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: Celebrating our waters

Art lovers and others engaged in the protection of Barbados’ reefs were at the Gallery of Caribbean Read More


Angela making mark in education

Dr Angela Smith has dedicated 40 years of her life to educating the nation’s children. Fulfilled, Read More


Judy Boyce: I took my scar and turned it into a star

Judy Boyce stands today a proud mother of two, grandmother and a successful business owner. But Read More


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