Sir Philip Greaves to act as Governor-General

31 July 2015

FORMER CABINET MINISTER and Deputy Prime Minister, Sir Philip Marlowe Greaves, will act as Governor-General during the month of August. Read More


Activity to resume in Supreme Court

31 July 2015

THE SUPREME COURT building has been deemed safe and proceedings are set to resume. Read More


Alarms halt proceedings in Supreme Court

31 July 2015

BLARING SMOKE DETECTOR alarms have brought hearings to a halt in the Supreme Court building in White Park Road, St Michael. Read More


Carnegie Library restoration and fund-raising project launched

31 July 2015

A FUNDRAISING PROJECT to finance a $4 million restoration of the historic Carnegie Building on Coleridge Street, Bridgetown, was launched yesterday by the Task Force established to oversee the restoration. Read More


VIDEO: Crop Over crime prevention tips

31 July 2015

Crime Prevention Officer Inspector Stephen Griffith shares some safety tips for the final weekend of Crop Over. Read More


Customs agreement reached

30 July 2015

AN AGREEMENT to end the Customs and Excise Department standoff over transition the Barbados Revenue Authority, has been reached. Read More


Stuart: Barbados a destination of high choice

30 July 2015

BARBADOS IS A destination of very high choice! That was the message to Prime Minister Freundel Stuart from some visitors to the island, who got an opportunity to meet and interact with him for nearly two hours last evening at the Hilton Barbados Resort. Read More


NATION newscast July 30, 2015

30 July 2015

In tonight's news: Body discovered in St James. Revenue Authority comes under new fire. Top teenage athletes for Canada meet. Read More


Lecture series coming on Barbados’ Constitution

30 July 2015

Know the Law, Know Your Rights! is the title of a series of lectures to be held next month by the Canadian Government-funded IMPACT Justice Project, in collaboration with the Community Development Department. Read More


Police investigating death of 52-year-old man

30 July 2015

POLICE ARE investigating the discovery of a body at the Garden St James on Wednesday morning. Read More


COB CEO issues caution

30 July 2015

THE CITY of Bridgetown Credit Union is urging to public to be vigilant in light of reports of individuals and organisations falsely claiming to be partnering with COB to offer financial services. Read More


Registration open for Alzheimer’s seminar

30 July 2015

IN OBSERVANCE OF World Alzheimer’s Month in September, the local Alzheimer’s Association will be hosting a seminar entitled Remember Me. Read More


Vigil held for Devon Prescod

29 July 2015

MORE THAN 200 relatives, friends and neighbours gathered in Fairy Valley, Christ Church this evening at a candlelight vigil for Devon Prescod. Read More


Bayley sisters remanded

29 July 2015

SHAKIRA AND TIFFANY Bayley appeared in District “A” Traffic Court jointly charged with entering their aunt's house on May 14 and stealing items worth $235. Read More


NATION newscast July 29, 2015

29 July 2015

In tonight's news: Chamber of Commerce speaks out against Cahill project as one Government minister says it’s not a done deal. The Bayley sisters are remanded to prison. Barbadian special athletes win more medals in Los Angeles. Read More


Petition urges Sinckler to seek financing for social services

29 July 2015

MINISTER OF FINANCE Chris Sinckler has been presented with a postcard petition of 400 signatures calling on him to have some Financing for Development resources allocated to the provision of social services and not only debt financing. Read More


Tiffany Bayley facing robbery charge

29 July 2015

POLICE HAVE LAID an additional charge against 24-year-old Tiffany Nikita Bayley of No.8 Grazettes Court, Grazettes, St Michael. Read More


Barbados and Rwanda establish diplomatic relations

29 July 2015

BARBADOS’ HIGH COMMISSIONER to the United Kingdom, Guy Hewitt, and High Commissioner for the Republic of Rwanda, Williams Nkurunziza, recently signed a Joint Communiqué to formally establish diplomatic relations between the two countries. Read More


VIDEO:Richard Terrelonge recounts emergency landing

28 July 2015

Pilot and flight instructor Richard Terrelonge recounts how he carried out an emergency landing in Gibbons Boggs, Christ Church field. Read More


Emancipation walk on Saturday

28 July 2015

MEMBERS OF THE public are encouraged to come out and celebrate the Season of Emancipation by joining fellow Barbadians on the annual Emancipation Day Walk, this Saturday, August 1. Read More


New deputy principals given advice on strengthening schools

28 July 2015

TRY TO DO your best and give the school system as much strength as you can with the people and students that you have – work with them! Read More




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