Granny’s tasty legacy

16 August 2015

Evelyn “Granny” Walcott died last week leaving behind a legacy of entrepreneurship and achievement. Hers is a story of determination, seizing opportunities and ploughing through any obstacles in her way.Her business acumen took her from the kitchens of others, to her... Read More


For Jerry and Kat true love waits

16 August 2015

Some people say true love doesn’t exist anymore; cynics say maybe it never did. But observing Jerry Weekes as he lovingly gazes at his fiancée Katrine Phillips one cannot ignore the fact that it is very present between them. Beginning back in 1995, the story of the... Read More


Vincent Layne laid to rest

15 August 2015

VINCENT LAYNE, who touched the lives of many Barbadians, was laid to rest at the Bushy Park cemetery, St Philip after a service at Dunamis Outreach Ministries, Christ Church this afternoon. Layne, known for his engineering and farming skills, was also an ardent contributor... Read More


Captain Peter Short laid to rest

12 August 2015

A WHO’S WHO OF CRICKET was in the congregation at St George Parish Church for the funeral service of former Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) president Captain Peter Desmond Short, who passed away last week at the age 89. Captain Short was a powerful figure in the... Read More


Granny Walcott dies

12 August 2015

BARBADOS HAS LOST one of its oldest pioneers in the restaurant business. Evelyn Walcott, who founded the legendary “Granny’s” restaurant at Oistins, passed away at her Enterprise Christ Church home Tuesday night after a prolonged illness. Read More


BWA to replace mains in Roebuck Street

10 August 2015

THE BARBADOS Water Authority will be undertaking a major main-laying programme in The City tomorrow, but there won’t be a disruption to the water supply. Phase 1 takes place from Palmetto Street/Roebuck Street to Roebuck Street/Crumpton Street and is projected to last... Read More


Gunplay worries City resident

10 August 2015

A WELLINGTON STREET woman would love to be the next Lotto winner. It is with those winnings, said the upset woman, that she would move out of The City and away from the daily gun play. Read More


St Lucy quarry change of heart

10 August 2015

RESIDENTS OF BROMEFIELD, St Lucy who are gearing up to do battle with their neighbour Arawak Cement Company over plans for a new marl quarry less than 50 metres upwind from some homes, may not have to go to war after all. Read More


Campers make parents proud

10 August 2015

THE PARENTS OF children who participated in this year’s Barbados Public Workers’ Cooperative Credit Union Limited Thrift Club Summer Camp got to see just what their children learned during the four weeks. Read More


MISSING: Maliyah Aaliyah Holder

08 August 2015

The Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing girl. Missing is Maliyah Aaliyah Holder, 13 years of Dunlow Lane, Bay Street, St Michael. Read More


WHAT MATTERS MOST: Cannot rely on numbers alone

06 August 2015

A RECENT COMMENT by the minister of tourism went beyond my imagination to the reality of the numbers in the sector. He observed that arrivals from the United States have surpassed those from the United Kingdom in 2015. It seemed like Read More


Catline joins centenarian club

01 August 2015

WINSTON CATLINE today added his name to the list of over 100 centenarians living in Barbados. He was visited by Governor General Sir Elliott Belgrave at his Warrens Terrace, St Thomas home. Read More


Pile Bay residents host beach party

29 July 2015

PILE BAY, St Michael residents make it a practice to come together on the last Sunday in every month to host a beach party. The activities include football, board games, paddle races and other fun events that serve to draw members of the community together and foster... Read More


‘Anchor’ of the family

25 July 2015

DOROTHY LADY SPRINGER was the anchor of a large family that extended far beyond blood relatives, and many of the people she nurtured turned out at St Mary’s Anglican Church in Bridgetown yesterday to say farewell to the 99-year-old widow of former Governor General and... Read More


Queen’s Park falling apart

25 July 2015

QUEEN’S PARK was once viewed as a venue fit for British royalty and top military officials but now it appears as if it isn’t even fit for a pauper. True, over the years the gazebo, the fountain, the well manicured lawns and the Steel Shed have been pictures of beauty,... Read More


Devon Prescod’s body found

23 July 2015

REPORTS REACHING Nation Online indicate that the body of missing 18 year-old Devon Prescod has been found. Read More


MISSING: Devon Seon Prescod

22 July 2015

THE POLICE are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing man. Missing is Devon Seon Prescod, 18 years, of Fairy Valley No. 1, Christ Church. Read More


Don’t spend more, help Portvale grind more

21 July 2015

EVERYONE SHOULD READ the article by Carol Williams titled Sugar Producer Predicts Collapse, on the Back Page of the last Sunday Sun Read More


Hugs and kisses on reaching 100

20 July 2015

TODAY IS AN EXTRA special one for Millicent Murrell - she turns 100. Read More


3Ws tribute to Watson

19 July 2015

THE ROYAL Barbados Police Force will have its own three Ws memorialised. Read More


Road impassable at Chimborazo

16 July 2015

THE ROAD AT Chimborazo, St Joseph remains impassable after a tree fell in the area early this morning. Read More




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