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    February 18

  • 05:34 PM


Road marking begins tonight

The Ministry of Transport, Works and Maintenance (MTWM) is asking motorists to note that its road Read More


Stadium stand on fire

Reports reaching NATION indicate that the Louis Lynch stand, commonly referred to as the VIP stand, Read More

House fire in St Phillip

Reports reaching the NATION indicate that a house is on fire at Olive Drive St Phillip (more details Read More

SPJI classes cancelled due to water outage

The Samuel Jackman Prescod Institute of Technology (SJPI), Wildey, St. Michael is closed today, Monday, Read More


WATCH: Estimates debate

Click here to watch the Estimates Debate. Read More


Big cuts for SOEs

STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES (SOEs) will be feeling the pinch as Government seeks to haul in its spending Read More

It’s a nuisance, say residents

THE LATEST FIRE at the Mangrove Landfill reminded some St Thomas residents as to why they have been Read More

Saffrey: Expect more homeless

THE BARBADOS VAGRANTS and Homeless Society is bracing itself for an influx of new homeless people Read More



Regional transport ministers meeting in St Vincent

KINGSTOWN – Regional transport ministers are meeting here on Monday to discuss a number of critical Read More


Former minister calls for three day meeting to discuss situation in Haiti

PORT AU PRINCE – A former government minister is calling on President Jovenel Moise to convene a three Read More

Trinidad Police Commissioner vows to deal with criminal elements

PORT OF SPAIN – The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) Thursday vowed to deal with the “punks, Read More

Antiguan PM hopes LIAT appeals million dollar award

ST JOHN’S – Prime Minister Gaston Browne says he hopes the Antigua-based regional airline, LIAT, would Read More


Slow pace at Classic

NO RUNNER was on CARIFTA Games pace but Elite Distance Programme’s field competitor Shanice Hutson Read More


Gayle quitting One-Dayers after WC

PROLIFIC opener Chris Gayle is hoping for a fairytale ending to his One-Day International (ODI) career Read More

Stoute loses Pride of place again

Experienced all-rounder Kevin Stoute has been dropped from the Barbados Pride team once again.He has Read More

Skier bags silver for Barbados

Barbados now has its first ever winter sports medal.Victor White wrote his name in local sporting Read More


WI make changes to squad for first two ODIs

Carlos Brathwaite, Sheldon Cottrell and John Campbell have been called up to the West Indies squad 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


Opposition team covering all bases

Opposition Leader Bishop Joseph Atherley presented his official Opposition Spokespersons Team earlier Read More

AG tours The City

Attorney General Dale Marshall got a first-hand look at two of The City’s so called trouble spots Read More

Atherley introduces new team

Opposition Leader Bishop Joseph Atherley today presented the team which would speak on behalf of the Read More


Bourne to be honoured on Friday

From Friday evening, the Committee Room in the East Wing of Parliament will bear a new name, that Read More


EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: Medical marijuana forcing a rethink

Those senior officers in the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Agriculture and the criminal justice Read More


EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: Businesses should fund more research

The late Professor Oliver Headley’s remarkable work in solar energy is something of which all Barbadians Read More


ON THE BALL: Sport can’t pay bills

I mean, what can you do about it? Yeah it’s unfortunate Barbados had to cancel that four-team netball Read More


EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: Build on corporate tax cuts

A week ago, Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley significantly changed the way forward for this country Read More


ON THE BALL: Let’s stage Women’s T20 tourney

Boy I’m sure glad our girls didn’t end up winning the World T20. Otherwise, the previous government’s Read More


EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: Traffic plan sorely needed

Last week there was heavy promotion of the NIFCA Gala which was held at the Gymnasium of the Garfield 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

Barbados wins major recognition with Expedia award

Copping another under its belt, Barbados has been awarded by Expedia Group Media Solutions, the advertising Read More


Facebook broke rules, should be regulated: UK lawmakers

LONDON – Facebook intentionally breached data privacy and competition law and should, along with other Read More


British children walk out of lessons on climate strike

LONDON – Thousands of British children marched out of lessons on Friday to demand action on climate Read More

Former US Cardinal defrocked for sex crimes

VATICAN CITY – Former United States Cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been expelled from the Roman Catholic Read More

Trump declares National Emergency to build border wall

WASHINGTON — President Trump formally declared a national emergency at the border on Friday to access Read More


The family that prays together

If there was ever a love and marriage orchestrated by God, it was Avery and Katherine Mascoll’s. Avery Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: South Gap affair

Caribbean Hotelier Of The Year Sunil Chatrani and his wife Geeta celebrated the reopening of their Read More


Cara, Joa putting God first

In a world saturated with premarital sex and relationships, young Christian couple Joa Jean-Baptiste Read More


With more public servants set to go home next month, do you think that the Barbados Economic Recovery and Transformation programme (BERT) is working?