BARBADOS IS “on the way” to having year-round tourism, Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy said yesterday. Read More



TWO FORMER Central Bank Governors are puzzled about the circumstances which have allowed former CLICO boss Leroy Parris to have a $5 million cash account with the Bank. Read More


Landmark case

IN A LANDMARK DECISION, the Court of Appeal last week declared that the Barbados National Oil Company Limited (BNOCL) abused its position of dominance when it acquired the contract for the supply of oil to the Barbados Light & Power, the island’s major source of electricity. Read More


Barbados and Cyprus’ bilateral relations to be energised

PRIME MINISTER Freundel Stuart has identified tourism and the international financial services as areas in which Barbados and the Republic of Cyprus can learn from each other. Read More


Barbados seeking more European visitors

ON THE HEELS of record tourist arrivals for the month of January, Acting Prime Minister, Richard Sealy, wants to see more visitors coming from continental Europe. Read More


HR seeks more men

THE HUMAN RESOURCE sector is looking to attract more men to the profession. Read More


WI ‘a cancer’

THE AILING West Indies’ cricket has been likenedto a cancer and a renewed call has been madefor the regional board to be accountable toCaribbean people. Read More


Fast, full, furious

THERE was no more convincing proof of the worth of fast, full-length swing bowling thanin the gripping, low-scoring contest between the twodown-under neighbours at Auckland’s Eden Park yesterday. Read More


Windies ‘will bounce back’

PERTH – Even though he manhandled their bowling attack and took captain Jason Holder to the cleaners, South African star batsman A.B. de Villiers says he backs the West Indies to bounce back at the ICC Cricket World Cup. Read More


SEEN UP NORTH: A Bajan movie in US

How does a foreign film director from Barbados fare when she takes her low-budget movie to Los Angeles, the century-old global centre for motion picture production? Read More


THE AL GILKES COLUMN: History wrong all along

For most of my enlightened life I have been haunted by a question for which I have never been able to find an answer but which recurs in my head every year during the celebration of the just ended Holetown Festival. Read More


PURELY POLITICAL: How do money men gain?

CONCERN ABOUT vote buying is real, not imagined, even though politicians do not feel able to admit of its reality in public. Read More


Dress recovered?

LOS ANGELES (AP) – A white dress that strongly resembles the custom gown taken from Lupita Nyong’o’s hotel room earlier this week turned up Friday under a bathroom sink in the same hotel, a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s official said. Read More


WEEKEND BUZZ: February 27, 2015

What’s Buzzing this weekend: Queens of Gospel Read More


Leonard Nimoy, famous as Mr Spock on Star Trek, dies

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Leonard Nimoy, the actor known and loved by generations of Star Trek fans as the pointy-eared, purely logical science officer Mr Spock, has died. Read More



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