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BDF weeds out three

21 May 2010

Three soldiers were thrown out of the Barbados Defence Force (BDF) for failing  drug tests. Read More

Get big projects moving, says Worrell

20 May 2010

Barbados needs to get its big infrastructural projects – like the long-in-coming West Coast Sewage system – up and running a lot quicker. Read More

Group put me on right path, says youth

20 May 2010

A young man gave testimony last weekend on how the Drug Education Counselling Services (DECS) had changed his life. Read More

More girls guilty of wandering

20 May 2010

WANDERING REMAINS the top crime committed by girls, followed by violence. Read More



20 May 2010

CAVE Hill Campus is  in for a "complete" overhaul, which could include closure of some systems and departments. Read More

Pushing region's film-makers

20 May 2010

BARBADOS IS SET  to become the home  of the first film distribution company  in the English-speaking Caribbean. Last Wednesday, CaribbeanTales Worldwide Distribution Inc. was launched to present Caribbean film-makers  to the international community. Read More

Scotiabank goes mobile

20 May 2010

CUSTOMERS OF Scotiabank will soon be able to benefit from mobile banking services using their web-enabled handsets. Read More


Main a pain for two weeks

20 May 2010

Even with the rains coming more frequently and the wells filling up again, Barbadians continue to be concerned about leaking pipes and wastage in this  water-scarce land. Read More


3 000 children seek day care placement

20 May 2010

OVER 3 000 CHILDREN  are awaiting placement  in day care centres  across Barbados. Read More

Operators in hot water

19 May 2010

Water sports operators have  been warned that unless they comply with regulations governing  the sector, they will face sanctions  by the relevant authorities. Read More


PM on the job

19 May 2010

PRIME MINISTER DAVID THOMPSON was on the job and in the House of Assembly yesterday, attending to the country’s business. Read More

LIAT successfully flies cricketers

19 May 2010

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – Regional airline LIAT is reporting a well managed and superbly executed airlift programme for the teams and officials involved in the just concluded ICC World T20 West Indies 2010 Cricket Tournament. Read More


19 May 2010

BARBADOS is set to become a more attractive tax jurisdiction as it will now be easier for people to contribute to charitable organisations. Read More

Mum wants help for disabled son

19 May 2010

RHONDA Highland-Alleyne of Parkinson Field, Pinelands, St Michael,  is in need of urgent help for her 22-year-old quadriplegic son. Read More

New Fire Chief to work on three-point plan

19 May 2010

A REGIONAL DISASTER mechanism, a regional training college and increased customer service are what new Chief Fire Officer Wilfred Marshall will be working towards. Read More


19 May 2010

GOVERNMENT WILL OVERSEE a massive housing development project in St Lucy that appears set to transform the parish’s physical landscape. Read More

LIME/ UWI forum looks to future

19 May 2010

TOP DECISION-MAKERS in the commercial sectors will get together and hear what other social partners and unions have to say when UWI/LIME hosts its inaugural CEOs Forum in the CARICOM Research Building, Cave Hill Campus this morning. Read More

Teachers urged to take advantage of micro-industry

18 May 2010

TEACHERS IN BARBADOS are missing an opportunity to create  a micro-industry by exporting  their expertise. Read More

IDB funds to push science, technology

18 May 2010

BARBADOS and other Caribbean borrowing states of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) will now have access  to a wider pool of funds  for the promotion of science and technology. Read More

Barbados getting ready for Chelsea Flower Show

18 May 2010

It is that time of the year again for the internationally acclaimed Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show from May 25 to 29. Read More

'We could lose our reef fishery'

18 May 2010

"We would lose our reef fishery. . . . More importantly, we are going to lose the reef biodiversity, which means our water sports tourism will go downhill." Read More


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