St Clair case thrown out

17 December 2014

IT’S BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD for ‘barefoot preacher’ Rev William St Clair, but he will have a home for the holidays. Read More


NATION newscast December 16, 2014

16 December 2014

In tonight's news: Finance minister points to growth next year but Mia Mottley’s not impressed. Read More


Speech offers no hope, says Mottley

16 December 2014

MUCH ADO ABOUT nothing. That, essentially, was the Opposition Barbados Labour Party’s (BLP) take on the ministerial statement delivered by Minister of Finance, Chris Sinckler . . . Read More


Dinner with George is back

16 December 2014

DINNER WITH GEORGE, the highly successful theme party which offers a different dining experience to visitors to Barbados, re-opens on Monday ... Read More


Tips for a fire-free holiday

16 December 2014

THE BARBADOS FIRE SERVICE is advising people to be extra vigilant this holiday season. Read More


Oil exploration licence initialled

16 December 2014

BARBADOS HAS INITIALLED an exploration licence with the international oil exploration giant BHP Billiton, to begin the search for oil and gas off-shore. Read More


Howard: Austerity measures bearing fruit

16 December 2014

GOVERNMENT’S AUSTERITY MEASURES have stabilised the country’s foreign reserves. Read More


Man injured in car accident

16 December 2014

A MALE PEDESTRIAN was injured in an accident along Wildey Main Road, St Michael this morning after being struck by a car. Read More


Miss Sylvie laid to rest

16 December 2014

THE MARTIN'S ANGLICAN Church at St Martin’s St Philip was transformed into a sanctuary of praise as hundreds turned out to say goodbye to an icon earlier this morning. Read More


Sinckler Speaks: Key Points from the Ministerial Statement

16 December 2014

MINISTER OF FINANCE Chris Sinckler today painted a picture of improvements in the fiscal deficit ... Read More



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