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    April 26

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No new bishop as Synod adjourns

Today’s meeting to select a new bishop of the Anglican church has adjourned for the evening without Read More


Lawyers, workers show up

Despite being advised by the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) and the Bar Association to stay Read More

Smoke affects Springer students

Twelve students from Springer Memorial School, most of whom were asthmatics, were treated yesterday Read More

Solutions ‘still strong’

Grenville Phillips II, founder and political leader of Solutions Barbados, is contending that his Read More


Man admits to stealing spree

An unemployed man with a track record for theft will spend more time in jail after admitting to his Read More


Payne sets record straight

The Barbados Labour Party (BLP) has challenged statements attributed to Transport Board general manager Read More

Vote for new bishop 'inconclusive' after third ballot

Voting for the election of a new Anglican bishop for Barbados continues and has taken an exciting Read More

A common alerting protocol for Barbados

As the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season approaches, disaster management officials will have additional Read More


St Kitts PM says there’s need to effectively implement measures to deal with crime

BASSETERRE – Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris says as crime evolves in the twin island federation Read More


CCJ President designate appointed to UN International Judicial Board

PORT OF SPAIN – The in-coming President of the Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), Justice Read More

China pledges support for new Cuban president

BEIJING – China says it’s ready and willing to work with Cuba’s newly elected president, Miguel Díaz-Canel, Read More

Trinidad opposition plans to blank parliamentary investigation into British consulting firm

PORT OF SPAIN – The main opposition United National Congress (UNC) says it will not participate in Read More


Leslie explains BCA T20 toss rules

A COIN is usually spun for the toss before the start of a match, but that method is also now being Read More


No new registration for netball season

Player registration for the 2018 netball season was closed on February 19 and that will remain in Read More

Lakers, Cavs renew rivalry

It's that Lakers-Cavs rivalry again. Go figure! Basketball’s age-old adversaries are set to Read More

Blackbirds claw way to victory

The University of the West Indies (UWI) Blackbirds soared high above Claytons Kola Tonic Notre Dame Read More


Classic opens Ramona’s eyes

FIGURE queen Ramona Morgan has hailed the Arnold Classic Brazil as an eye-opener and beyond the standard Read More


Solutions ‘still strong’

Grenville Phillips II, founder and political leader of Solutions Barbados, is contending that his Read More


Kirk Humphrey: People, passion and politics

If there’s one thing you can’t say about Kirk Humphrey, it’s that he is unprepared. Even his political Read More

Ralph Thorne: Prepared to serve

Family, God and the Golden Rule. They account for the biggest influences in Ralph Thorne’s life. Read More

Zimbabwe sets up special courts for election violence

HARARE – Zimbabwe has established special courts to deal with cases of political violence, the police Read More


Trinidad opposition plans to blank parliamentary investigation into British consulting firm

PORT OF SPAIN – The main opposition United National Congress (UNC) says it will not participate in Read More


KRYSTLE CLEAR: Options slim but hope should prevail

The recent declarations by the Central Bank concerning the state of our economy have understandably Read More


THE LONG VIEW: NUPW demands too costly

Last week the National Union of Public Workers, with it seems a little support from the Barbados Secondary Read More


Krystle Clear: Resolve to Keep Resolutions

Every year, millions of people make resolutions. With well-meaning intentions, we make our lists Read More


The Long View: Public officers must enforce rules

Barbados has a serious problem. It has nothing to do with politicians, but rather our public officers. Read More


A tale of pigs and razors

Whatever happened to engaging the pig for Christmas? In the countryside of old-time Barbados, many Read More


Services, snoring and surprises

I remember looking forward to Christmas morning at 5:00AM service. The house was always full of the Read More



LIAT CEO: Taxes on flights too high

Caribbean governments are being encouraged to revisit the level of taxation on airline tickets. Read More


International experts give digital marketing advice

A redefinition of business is necessary in light of the technological age we now live in. This Read More

Bank backs off US share offer

FirstCaribbean International Bank Limited (FCIB) has got cold feet. The Barbadian-based bank announced Read More

US regulator to order jet engines inspection after Southwest explosion

The US Federal Aviation Administration said it will order inspections of at least 220 aircraft engines Read More


Chevron evacuates Venezuela executives following staff arrests

US oil major Chevron Corp has evacuated executives from Venezuela after two of its workers were imprisoned Read More


Trudeau says security unchanged after Toronto van attack

OTTAWA − Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday the deadly van attack in Toronto on Read More

Former US President George H.W. Bush admitted to Houston hospital

AUSTIN, Texas – Former US President George H.W. Bush was admitted to a Houston hospital on Sunday Read More

Driver kills nine, injures 16 ploughing van onto Toronto sidewalk: police

TORONTO – A driver ploughed his white Ryder rental van into a crowd, killing nine people and injuring Read More


Former Miss World Zoe gone global in her travels

Former Miss Barbados Zoe Trotman is so sure of the woman she has become that nothing can break her Read More


Gibbs give of their best for 50 years

Fifty years is definitely not fifty days. One couple who knows this full well is Ricardo and Lelia Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: Queen’s College Association hosts tea party

It was all for charity, and the members of the Queen’s College Association and their friends had a Read More




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