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    June 16

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Fatal shooting at Well Gap

There has been yet another fatal shooting in Barbados. Nation Online has been reliably informed Read More

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Maloney has pole position for F4 race

Barbadian British F4 driver Zane Maloney is the pole sitter for today’s third race of the F4 British Read More

BDFSP tipped to take the Cup

It will be a repeat of the Barbados Football Association (BFA) Championship play-off final. Reigning Read More

Barbados, Ghana on one mission

Barbados and the Republic of Ghana are about to become the best of friends. Read More

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De Peiza: Fire AG Marshall!

As the country reels from three fatal shootings in the past week and 29 murders for the year, president Read More

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Price Alert

Barbados’ high food prices are expected to rise even more in the coming months but this will have Read More

UPDATE: Body found

A small group of people and some relatives are on the scene at Brewsters Road, Rendezvous, Christ Read More

Body found

There are reports of a body being found in Rendezvous, Christ Church. Read More

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Cuban official to visit Barbados

Cuba’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Bruno Rodriguez Parilla, will make an official visit to Barbados. Read More

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Dominicans told not to panic about quakes

ROSEAU, Dominica – The Office of Disaster Management (ODM) says Dominicans should not be overly concerned Read More

Portia not picking sides

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Former Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller has told members of the main opposition Read More

 Disaster relief training underway in St Vincent

KINGSTOWN – The annual CARICOM Disaster Relief Unit (CDRU) Training Workshop officially commenced Read More

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Badminton body ‘on track’ for major event

The Barbados Badminton Association is on track with their plans for the Caribbean Regional Badminton Read More

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Challenges cost Suki crown

Ronald “Suki” King says he experienced a number of challenges which led to his late arrival for the Read More

West Indies name “A” team squads

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – The interim Selection Panel of Cricket West Indies has named West Indies “A” Read More

England crush West Indies

SOUTHAMPTON, England – Joe Root’s classy unbeaten century led England to a comprehensive eight-wicket Read More

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Rain delays no help at Cricket World Cup

NOTTINGHAM, England – New Zealand coach Gary Stead said he saw no advantage to his team’s World Cup Read More

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Hike in minimum wage likely

The minimum wage could be going up. Minister of Labour Colin Jordan said the increase was being considered Read More

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White Oak the right choice

Government is standing behind its decision to acquire the services of financial advisers White Oak. Read More

Polyclinics for the poor

Let common sense prevail! This was the plea from Minister of Health and Wellness Jeffrey Bostic Read More

BLP reports progress in several ministries

The idea of new islands, a new depot, Cabinet supporting the implementation of a cannabis programme Read More

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Duguid's report

Hundreds of people clad in red descended on Carlisle Car Park, The City, as the Barbados Labour Party Read More

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$20 000 in hand

DECADE-LONG CRIES were replaced with smiles yesterday as hundreds of policyholders in collapsed insurance Read More

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Tourism concessions hard to come by

Members of the Barbados Hotel & Tourism Association are frustrated over not being able to access the 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

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Pressure on Sudan to move to democracy

KHARTOUM - The top U.S. diplomat for Africa on Wednesday joined an international effort to press Sudan’s Read More

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Marchers protest bill with China

HONG KONG – Hundreds of thousands of people have marched in Hong Kong against a law critics fear could Read More

Call to delay Huawei restrictions

WASHINGTON – The Trump administration’s acting budget chief is asking for a delay in restrictions Read More

Merkel’s coalition hits record low

BERLIN – Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives slumped to a record low and fell further Read More

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Not the end of road for Veronica

AT 36, Jamaican athlete Veronica Campbell-Brown has not thrown in the towel. However, the eight-time Read More

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Gabrielle’s tough journey brings bundle of joy

Gabrielle Cumberbatch has been on a whirlwind of a journey to becoming a medical doctor. A journey Read More

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Erika making winning figures in the pool

The odd things are sometimes the ones which make lasting figures on the heart. Erika Loustric originally Read More

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