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    February 25

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Three injured in shooting Incident

Police are investigating a shooting incident which occurred around 8:10 p.m. last night at Waithe Read More


Sister Mac still got the moves

Louise McCollin can no longer dance up the aisle of the Stroude Land Christian Mission Church like Read More

BDF in step with law

The Barbados Defence Force (BDF) has not been deployed across the country to provide special services Read More

Court says no to Duecks

The Canadian couple who had a US$5.5 million money laundering case discontinued against them in 2016 Read More


Rain doesn’t dampen fest

They slogged through a wet and muddy Queen’s Park yesterday, but the consensus was that Agrofest 2018 Read More


GG takes in Agrofest

Governor General Dame Sandra Mason met some of the island’s entrepreneurs yesterday during a visit Read More

More teens with issues

In light of the recent rise in violence among schoolchildren, psychiatrist Dr Keo Forde-St Hill is Read More

Labour department reminder to employers

Although the revised Shops Act 2015 makes provisions for shop owners to open Monday to Sunday from Read More


Antigua PM calls snap general election

ST JOHN’S – Prime Minister Gaston Browne Saturday night announced March 21 as the date for fresh elections Read More


Trinidad government files lawsuit as sea bridge controversy continues

PORT OF SPAIN – The Trinidad and Tobago government has filed a lawsuit against the broker for Super-Fast Read More

European Union funds for Montserrat

The European Union is providing Euros 18.4 million to Montserrat aimed at transitioning the British Read More

Guyana observing 48 years of being a republic

GEORGETOWN – Guyana is marking the 48th anniversary of republicanism today with President David Granger Read More


South Korea brings curtain down on 'Peace Games'

PYEONGCHANG − South Korea brought the curtain down on its “Peace Games” on Sunday, with winter sports Read More


Volcanoes take Super50 victory

ST JOHN’S – The Windward Islands Volcanoes are the new Regional One-Day cricket champions. They Read More

Cornwall deserves Windies pick

The wrong message is being conveyed to heavy-set Leeward Islands Hurricanes’ off-spinning all-rounder Read More

After the ban . . .

Sandra Osborne isn’t turning a blind eye to the recent anti-doping violations. Nor is she turning Read More


Antigua calling Bajan ballers

Antigua is proving to be a lucrative hunting ground for close to a dozen Barbadian footballers. Read More


PM: Don’t blame Auditor General

Don’t simply blame the Auditor General for any misstatement about Government operations, unpaid debts Read More


Antigua PM hints at early general election

ST JOHN'S — Prime Minister of Antigua, Gaston Browne on Thursday gave his broadest hint to date, that Read More

Bees have no plan, says Sinckler

A pig in a poke is what Minister of Finance Chis Sinckler says the Opposition Barbados Labour Party Read More

Maria Agard now a UPP member

Member of Parliament for Christ Church West Dr Maria Agard has announced that she is now a member Read More


Another party enters the fray

A new political party is making the late push to contest the 2018 General Election under an old name. 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


Whatever happened to Christmas scrubbers?

Celebrations started in earnest in the dark of Christmas Eve in times when country districts were Read More



Small number of misprinted notes in circulation

The Central Bank of Barbados is advising the public that there are a small number of genuine $50 and Read More


Sealy: Record year for tourism in Barbados  

Minister of Tourism and International Transport Richard Sealy has announced that Barbados enjoyed Read More

British construction industry faces EU worker exodus

British construction sites are starting to see a labour shortage as Eastern Europeans, who have traditionally Read More

Caribbean Export and CDB partner to provide greater access to finance for women-owned businesses

BRIDGETOWN – Accessing finance to fund business ventures has long been an issue across the Caribbean, Read More


Congo police kill protester in church-led march against Kabila

KINSHASA − Security forces in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s capital Kinshasa shot dead an anti-government Read More


South Korea brings curtain down on 'Peace Games'

PYEONGCHANG − South Korea brought the curtain down on its “Peace Games” on Sunday, with winter sports Read More

Trump Panama hotel owner files suit against four staff

PANAMA CITY − The owner of the Trump hotel in Panama City has filed a suit against four members of Read More

Florida students take on NRA, set eyes on midterm elections

In the week since 17 of David Hogg’s classmates and teachers were gunned down in Florida, he and his Read More


She loves his heart, he loves her spunk

Nothing happens by chance. And everything, whether we know it or not, works together for an intended Read More



Seventeen-year-old Nicky Hunte took over his father’s black belly sheep farm and transformed it into Read More


Ingrid Thompson: Preserving history her passion

For the last 32 years Ingrid Thompson has been learning about the history of Barbados. She spends Read More




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