Murder accused remanded

27 February 2015

THE THIRD MAN wanted by police in connection with last December's murder of Albert Boyce was formally charged and remanded to Dodds today. Read More


THE ISSUE: Cuba no tourism threat, yet

27 February 2015

Several government officials and ordinary citizens in the Caribbean rejoiced last December when United States (US) President Barack Obama and his Cuban counterpart Raul Castro announced that the two countries would be establishing full diplomatic relations for the first time in more than 50 years. Read More


THE ISSUE (ON THE RIGHT): Adding Cuba adds value

27 February 2015

There are several views of the possible impacts of that normalisation process. There are those who believe that it’s going to represent the death knell of tourism as we know it in the region. Read More


On point with ON Media

27 February 2015

Do you remember the Brothers Grimms fairytale of Rumplestiltskin who spun straw into gold for the miller’s daughter? Read More


NATION newscast February 26, 2015

26 February 2015

In tonight's news: QEH boss says free health care is unaffordable. Lotto millionaire picks up his cheque. We have more highlights from primary schools sports. Read More


Police investigating road fatality

26 February 2015

POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING the unnatural death of 34-year-old Jamie Kenroy Selman, of St Barnabas, St Michael. Read More


Cabinet gives nod to firearm amendments

26 February 2015

A NUMBER OF amendments that will see the stricter policing of firearms in Barbados; the handling of persons in custody; the identification of suspects and improvements to the Police Complaints Authority Act, have received the nod from Cabinet. Read More


Third man charged in murder of Albert Boyce

26 February 2015

POLICE HAVE FORMALLY charged another man with the offence of murder in connection with the shooting death of 20-year-old Albert Boyce, of Reed Street, Bridgetown. Read More


Sugar partnership to revive industry

26 February 2015

GOVERNMENT’S PLAN for a major restructuring of Barbados’ struggling sugar industry has been given life with the signing of an agreement with Inter-Sugar Partnership Limited (ISP). Read More


No sweets

26 February 2015

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



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