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    March 17

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Solar sprint challenge a first for Barbados

Several of this island’s secondary school students are preparing to design and build model solar cars Read More


Evicted woman moves in at Lancaster House

Luinda McKree has settled comfortably into her new location at Lancaster House, St James. McKree Read More

Sealy responds to Telegraph

A report in one of Britain’s leading papers headlined Stench of Economic Decay is Overwhelming Barbados, Read More

Can’t touch it

The Court of Appeal yesterday unfroze millions of dollars belonging to former CLICO International Read More


More Bajan women in prison, says Nurse

More Barbadian women are finding themselves at Her Majesty’s Prisons, Dodds. Superintendent of Read More


Absentee checks in at Dodds

For three years, Shamar O’Brian Blackman managed to elude court marshals. But after an appearance Read More

Sir Elliott’s birthday treat

Former Governor General Sir Elliott Belgrave spent a nostalgic 87th birthday yesterday in his boyhood Read More

Bushy trek to Maycock’s Beach

Users of the secluded Maycock’s Beach in St Lucy want help in cutting a path to the popular spot. Read More


Too early to give all clear for Kick ’em Jenny volcano, says SRC

ST GEORGE’S – The Trinidad-based Seismic Research Centre (SRC) of the University of the West Indies Read More


Trinidad rattled by another earthquake in less than 24 hours

PORT OF SPAIN – Less than 24 hours after Trinidad and Tobago was rocked by an earthquake with a magnitude Read More

Mitchell sworn in as Prime Minister of Grenada

ST GEORGE’S – Dr Keith Claudius Mitchell took the oath of office for a fifth occasion on Friday as Read More

Call to to consider campaign financing measures following Grenada poll

ST GEORGES - The head of the Electoral Experts Mission of the Organization of American States (OAS) Read More


Regional Under-15 tournament a platform for future stars

ST JOHN’S – Identification of the future stars of Windies cricket begins on March 28 in Jamaica. Read More


Coach LeSaldo making impact

Richele LeSaldo is really making it big in coaching circles. Barbados’ former Fed Cup player and Read More

Historic BSSAC tie

It was a jamboree of joy for jubilant The Michael School athletes, students, parents and well-wishers Read More

Double delight for the Cougars

It was double delight for The St Michael Cougars as they celebrated secondary schools athletics supremacy Read More


Confident Cougars

The St Michael Cougars envisioned the victory before it was a reality. That positivity according to Read More


Mitchell sworn in as Prime Minister of Grenada

ST GEORGE’S – Dr Keith Claudius Mitchell took the oath of office for a fifth occasion on Friday as Read More


Natalie enters political campaign

Well-known sex worker Natalie Harewood is contesting this year’s general election. The self-proclaimed Read More

Call to to consider campaign financing measures following Grenada poll

ST GEORGES - The head of the Electoral Experts Mission of the Organization of American States (OAS) Read More

PM Browne promises to follow Mitchell with election whitewash

Prime Minister Gaston Browne is seeking to follow the lead of his Grenada counterpart, Dr. Keith Mitchell, Read More


St John folk have say on Mara's election decision

“MARA THOMPSON should have dropped out ever since.” That was the sentiment from some St John constituents 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



CIBC FirstCaribbean appoints new private wealth investment advisor

GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands – Regional bank CIBC FirstCaribbean recently announced the appointment Read More


Spotlight on issues affecting females in the workforce

Women have made significant inroads into male-oriented areas of business, but there is still some Read More

Economist: Foreign reserves in free fall

The Freundel Stuart administration is in danger of losing control of the BD$2 to US$1 exchange rate, Read More

Bitt.com receives USD3 million in additional funding

Bitt.com, the Barbados based Caribbean blockchain-based digital payment provider, has received USD3 Read More


Former FBI No.2 McCabe fired; claims he is being targeted

WASHINGTON – US Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired the FBI’s former No.2 official Andrew McCabe Read More


South Africa finally hits Zuma with arms deal corruption charges

PRETORIA − Former South African president Jacob Zuma was charged with corruption on Friday over a Read More

Cars, bodies remain trapped in Florida bridge collapse; six dead

MIAMI − Workers slowly broke up a newly built pedestrian bridge that collapsed onto a major roadway Read More

Trump fires top diplomat Tillerson, taps CIA's Pompeo

WASHINGTON – US President Donald Trump fired Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Tuesday after a series Read More


Cooking conversations with Zalika King

Zalika King spends most of her days in the kitchen. The 20-year-old is whipping up culinary concoctions Read More


Jennifer Sealy on Dancin’ Africa and retirement

If you speak to Jennifer Sealy, the “cultural ambassador” is a wealth of knowledge. The current director Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: Day at the races

Sandy Lane Gold Cup Day is now not only the biggest day in horse racing in the Caribbean, it has also Read More




Do you think there should be tougher penalties for those found guilty of acts of cruelty to children? The penalty is currently $120 or one year in prison.