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    March 19

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Grinding again

TWO DAYS AFTER the tragic death of a British national at Portvale Sugar Factory which brought operations Read More


Residents cry out after double murder

THE GUN VIOLENCE has hit too close to home for one St Philip community.Around 8 p.m. on Sunday, 52-year-old Read More

BUT battle

FORMER PRESIDENT Pedro Shepherd is back in the race to lead the Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT).But Read More

Cyclist struck in Bank Hall

Police are on the scene of an accident at Bank Hall, St Michael, where a cyclist was injured around Read More


ST. Lucia Government reiterates position on LIAT

CASTRIES – The St. Lucia government Monday reiterated its position that unless there’s a fundamental Read More


Police probing sudden death

Police are conducting investigations surrounding the sudden death of a man at Station Hill St Micheal Read More

Trailer crashes into house at Westmoreland

A trailer carrying a bulldozer has run into a house at Westmoreland, St James. NATION NEWS understands Read More

US$85 000 a month

THE MIA MOTTLEY ADMINISTRATION will save more than a billion dollars in principal and interest savings Read More



Nine teams expected for CCJ’s annual Law Moot

PORT OF SPAIN – The Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) says this year’s CCJ International Read More


President Granger defends legitimacy of government, still waiting to declare date for elections

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Mar 15, CMC – President David Granger Friday insisted that his coalition government Read More

St Lucia firefighters join other public workers on strike

CASTRIES – Firefighters Wednesday joined public servants who have taken industrial action to force Read More

Carnival Cruise Lines cancels stops to Antigua

ST JOHN’S – President of the Antigua and Barbuda Cruise Tourism Association (ABCTA), Nathan Dundas, Read More


CWI hits back at charges

CRICKET WEST INDIES (CWI) has no-balled reports which have surfaced that the regional body has admitted Read More


Bayley’s, All Saints, St Giles showdown

PRIMARY SCHOOLS’ athletics supremacy will be decided today at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex. Four-time Read More

Wheelchair warriors a hit

THE fans who stayed away missed a treat. Wheelchair bodybuilding made a rousing, historic first appearance Read More

Latapy ‘on board’

BARBADOS’ FOOTBALL is set to get a magical touch. Trinidad and Tobago legend Russell “The Little Read More


Smith to CPL: Show us the money

Marquee batsman Dwayne Smith says he finds untenable the deafening silence from Caribbean Premier Read More


Three get UPP nod for next election

Former United Progressive Party (UPP) campaign manager Ambrose Grosvenor is among three candidates Read More


Senate debate on Estimates coming

The Senate is expected to debate the 2019-2020 Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure in two weeks. Read More

UPP: Bus fares increase burden

Earlier today, the United Progressive Party released a statement in response to the proposal by Government Read More

Tourism officials looking beyond traditional markets

Arrivals from the United States, United Kingdom (UK) and Canada have increased, but Barbados is looking Read More


Estimates on Monday

The Estimates Debate will start on Monday at 10 a.m. Before the House of Assembly adjourned earlier Read More


ECCB to issue world’s first blockchain-based digital currency

BASSETERRE – The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) and the Barbados-based fintech company, Bitt Read More


Amazon pulls the plug on New York headquarters

Amazon.com Inc abruptly scrapped plans for a new headquarters in New York that could have created Read More

Late interest payments from Central Bank

The Central Bank of Barbados advises that there has been a delay in making interest payments due on Read More

FirstCaribbean’s Sheraton branch wins top award

CIBC FirstCaribbean’s Sheraton Centre Branch is the joint winner of the 2018 Joy Callender Branch Read More


Historic floods hit Nebraska after ‘bomb cyclone’ storm

Large parts of Nebraska and the United States Central Plains were underwater on Saturday after a late-winter Read More


Man charged with murder after New Zealand mosque shootings

CHRISTCHURCH - The main suspect in mass shootings at two New Zealand mosques was charged with one Read More

New Zealand mosque shootings kill at least 49, seriously wound 20

WELLINGTON - At least one gunman killed 49 people and wounded more than 20 during Friday prayers at Read More

Brexit set for delay after May wounded by rejection of ‘no-deal’

LONDON – The British parliament on Wednesday rejected leaving the European Union without a deal, further Read More


Joshua’s sky high hopes

Joshua Uzunovic wasn’t even at the legal age to drive a car when for the first time he single-handedly Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: BTPA fete repeat visitors

A sideboard said to have been given to the legendary pirate Sam Lord as a house-warming gift for his Read More


Akiel’s sky high dreams

Akiel Alleyne has another dream he wants to tick off his bucket list that of being a captain flying Read More


Should the Barbados Secondary Schools' Entrance Examination (11+) be abolished?