Call for more dairy farmers at Agrofest

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER of the Barbados Agricultural Society James Paul says measures will be put in place to ensure that there is a greater participation from dairy farmers in Agrofest next year. Read More


New civil aviation building coming

A NEW $10 million home for the Barbados Civil Aviation Department should be ready within a few months. Read More


QEH seeking financing for new equipment

THE QUEEN ELIZABETH Hospital today appealed to Barbadians to support its drive to acquire millions of dollars in equipment to cover the institution's emergency and emerging needs. Read More


HR seeks more men

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


No sweets

ONE OF THE biggest private sugar cane growers on the island is serving notice that it cannot continue to sustain more years of losses. Read More


Massy ‘waiting to see’ on marina

UNCERTAINTY ABOUT the future of the much-talked-about Bridgetown Pierhead Marina Project is holding up Trinidad conglomerate Massy’s decisions on what type of investments it should make in The City. Read More


VIDEO: NAPSAC 2015 – Patsy Callender Zone

HIGHLIGHTS from the Patsy Callender Zone of the 2015 National Primary Schools' Athletic Championships at the National Stadium Read More


Daniel Lovell suffers gruesome ankle injury

BURGER KING CLAPHAM BULLS' knockout defeat had nothing on the loss they suffered earlier Thursday night. Read More


De Villiers' 162 lifts South Africa to 257-run win over WI

SYDNEY (AP) — AB de Villiers scored the second-fastest century ever in a World Cup in a display of brutal hitting Friday, setting South Africa on course for a record-equalling 257-run win over West Indies. Read More


EDITORIAL: Guests bearing hope

ANYONE WHO HAS LIVED in North America for any length of time knows that after summer and autumn, temperatures dip into the 60s and for most people bundling up in warm clothing is a necessity. Read More


GAL FRIDAY: Clothes doth not a woman make

“HOW MUCH FOR THESE CRIBS?” The highfalutin accent was unquestionably a question from the lady returning from America. Read More


LOOKA LEW: Votes not cheap

MAN LOOK, they could preach like Peter and pray like Paul, come next election day, people gine still be buying and selling votes like sno-cones on Kadooment Day. 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


$150K dress worn by Lupita Nyong'o at Oscars reported stolen

LOS ANGELES (AP) - The theft of a $150 000 pearl-covered gown worn by Lupita Nyong'o at the Oscars doesn't surprise Hollywood stylists who have personally experienced the seedy side of red carpet fashion. Read More


Former ANTM contestant among 3 dead

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina (AP) — A young man has been charged with killing a former contestant on America's Next Top Model. Read More



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