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    October 17

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Lifeline for near 100 000

Barbadians who have savings and loans with two of the island’s largest credit unions are being assured Read More


More may go home

Government has identified 1 500 public sector workers for imminent retrenchment, but more jobs could Read More

‘History of collapsing’

When Timothy Leroy Daniel left home around 1 p.m. on Saturday, September 15, his common law wife, Read More

Police still investigating body found yesterday

Police are continuing to investigate the badly decomposed body found at the Cummins section of the Read More


Eating proper sees Daisy to 100

If you live a full life and eat to your heart’s delight, you may live to see your 100th birthday, Read More


It’s unfair!

The Mia Mottley administration is being accused of unfairly targeting women in its retrenchment programmes. Read More

Have no fear!

Head of the Barbados Private Sector Association (BPSA), Edward Clarke, says Barbadians should not Read More

Atherley sees little strategy

Prime Minister Mia Mottley has said a lot, but “little of substantive strategy” to take Barbados forward. Read More



IACHR to hear case challenging Jamaica’s anti-buggery laws

LONDON – The London-based Human Dignity Trust (HDT) Tuesday said it welcomed the decision by the Inter-American Read More


Sugar workers to receive second half of severance

GEORGETOWN – The Guyana government says it will pay sugar workers the second half of the severance Read More

Opposition names former prime minister to Constitutional Commission

ST JOHN’S – The main opposition United Progressive Party (UPP) has named former prime minister Baldwin Read More

Task force established to rid beaches of sargassum weed

GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands – A sargassum task force has been established by the Department of Tourism Read More


Primary schools shift North Stars

President of the Barbados Cricket Association, Conde Riley, may not have given up on the North Stars Read More


Easy win for Pride

Dominic Drakes’ new ball burst and Shayne Moseley’s blazing half-century propelled Barbados to an Read More

Law suspended by ICC for opening two ODIs

MUMBAI, India – West Indies head coach Stuart Law has been slapped with a two-match suspension by Read More

Windies men target improved performances in ODIs and T20Is in India

ST JOHN’S – Windies men will be looking for improved performances on their current tour of India. Read More


Windies slide

LONDON – West Indies have lost one ratings point following their series defeat to India on Sunday, Read More


Plans progressing for trust loans, job programme

Budding Barbadian entrepreneurs can look out for the promised trust loans by year-end. And hopefully, Read More


King: On right track with options

The removal of the mandatory death penalty is a perfect chance for Barbados to prove it is serious Read More

Browne suggests lethal injection

A first-time Member of Parliament has made a call for Barbados to find an alternative way to execute Read More

Death penalty ‘still on the book’

Hang on, says Attorney General Dale Marshall, the death penalty will not be abolished in Barbados Read More


Thorne: More to be done

Abolishing the mandatory death penalty is not enough, says prominent Queen’s Counsel Ralph Thorne. Read More


ON POINT: We must have backs of elderly

This past week, I pondered over what should be my next topic to tackle in this space. I thought Read More


EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: Let visitors know our history

Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA) is the gateway into and out of Barbados for most people. Read More


ON POINT: It’s time to Level UP

When will all this gun violence stop? People are living in fear, being forced from their homes with Read More


EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: NIS board lacks meaningful change

If there is one institution which is of significant importance to every Barbadian, it must be the Read More


ON POINT: Let’s get best possible school menu

It is indeed a sweet move, as the headline suggested in the last SUNDAY SUN. I welcome the plan Read More


EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: Retooling may be a high price

The Government is preparing for any fallout from its economic restructuring programme. The BERT (Barbados Read More


World Bank's Kim sees ‘clear’ economic slowdown if trade war escalates

NUSA DUA, Indonesia − World Bank President Jim Yong Kim said on Thursday he is very concerned about Read More


AA extends daily flight service to Barbados

NEW YORK − American Airlines has unveiled the extension of the additional winter capacity from hub Read More

Musk to resign as Tesla chairman, remain as CEO in SEC settlement

WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO – Tesla Inc. and Elon Musk have agreed to pay $20 million each to financial Read More

Central Bank comments on state of Trinidad and Tobago economy

PORT OF SPAIN – The Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago (CBTT) says activity in the energy sector Read More


YouTube experiencing worldwide outage

People around the world are panicking as the video-sharing website YouTube has crashed. Videos Read More


Italy brands France a ‘disgrace’ after police dump migrants across border

ROME − Italy’s far right Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini branded France an “international disgrace” Read More

Prince Harry and wife Meghan expecting first baby next year

SYDNEY − Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are expecting their first child in the spring of 2019, around Read More

Saudi Arabia says will retaliate against any sanctions over Khashoggi case

DUBAI/WASHINGTON − Saudi Arabia on Sunday warned against threats to punish it over last week’s disappearance Read More


Sheena Hinds: Double mastectomy saved my life

Sheena Hinds was in love with her perfect cosmetically enhanced breasts. But on May 26, 2016 after Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: Warm welcome for New Zealand High Commissioner

New Zealand’s new High Commissioner to Barbados Anton Ojala was warmly welcomed by government representatives, Read More


Nikita: Breast health still taboo

Cancer is a dreaded word no woman wants to hear. So when Nikita Browne found a lump in her breast, Read More


Do you agree with the Barbados Licensing Authority’s decision to repeal the decision to require motorist to provide proof of address in order to renew their licenses or register new vehicles?