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


Walmer Lodge slave hut crushed

13 July 2015

ONE OF THE few remaining slave huts in Barbados has been demolished – and among its debris is over a century of history dating back to the slave era. Read More


Fire destroys home

09 July 2015

AN EARLY MORNING FIRE destroyed a two-bedroom wooden house at Fitts Gap, Westbury Road, St Michael. Read More


Cop found hanging

06 July 2015

THE SUSPECTED SUICIDE of a 44-year-old police constable who was attached to the Canine Unit has thrown the Royal Barbados Police Force into mourning. Read More


VIDEO: Interview with Margaret Gill

05 July 2015

GRANDMOTHER MARGARET GILL has been very vocal in condemning the Child Care Board after she drew the case of her grandson Jahan King to their attention. Read More


UPDATE: Suspected suicide

05 July 2015

POLICE ARE ON the scene of a suspected suicide at Work Hall Development, St Philip. Read More


Sick, no job, no money, no one to help

05 July 2015

LIFE JUST KEEPS going downhill for Celene Best. From being afflicted with psoriasis, a severe skin condition which made employment impossible for the last 18 years, and interaction with others extremely difficult, through to the death of her husband last August, Celene... Read More


Autopsy into death of 6-year-old boy

30 June 2015

POLICE HAVE LAUNCHED an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of six-year-old Johann King, formerly of Jackson, St Michael. Read More


MISSING: Marissa Latoya Walters

30 June 2015

POLICE ARE SEEKING the public’s assistance in locating a missing girl. Read More


Police charge wanted man in drug find

29 June 2015

POLICE HAVE ARRESTED and charged a second man in connection with the seizure of cannabis from a vehicle which overturned. Read More


P.M. Stuart soon new CARICOM chair

28 June 2015

PRIME MINISTER FREUNDEL STUART will assume chairmanship of the 15-member Caribbean Community (CARICOM) on July 1, replacing outgoing chairman Perry Christie of The Bahamas. Read More


Joy turns to sorrow for Abijah’s schoolmates

28 June 2015

PHOTOS OF FUN-FILLED LAST DAYS at primary school turned into a memorial for 11-year-old Abijah Holder yesterday. Read More


Sad end to cricket evening out

27 June 2015

IT WAS AT THE URGING of friends that Trivaun Cadogan went to take in the action of Thursday night’s CPL cricket match at Kensington Oval. Read More


Mother, son injured on Spring Garden

26 June 2015

A MOTHER AND SON were injured in an accident on the Spring Garden Highway this evening. Read More


Child dies after being freed from vehicle in accident

26 June 2015

ONE CHILD WHO was trapped in a vehicle has passed away at the scene. Read More


House destroyed by fire

26 June 2015

A HOME ON Black Rock Main Road, St Michael was destroyed by fire this afternoon. Read More


Motorcycle rider in road death remanded

26 June 2015

THE RIDER OF THE motorcycle which was involved in an accident last Monday on Bank Hall Main Road, and led to the death of 68-year-old Samuel Clarke, has been remanded to HMP Dodds. Read More


Neighbours, Fire Service save home from fire

25 June 2015

QUICK ACTION by neighbours and the Barbados Fire Service averted disaster this evening, when they responded to the cries for help from an elderly man. Read More


Police shooting in Carrington Village

24 June 2015

ACTING SUPERINTENDENT Bruce Rowe and Inspector Stephen Williams are at this time conducting investigations in Carrington Village, St Michael. Read More


No seating in Fairchild Street Terminal

24 June 2015

ALL OF THE BENCHES in the Fairchild Street Bus Terminal will be removed to combat an outbreak of bugs there. Read More


Water outages, low pressure in St Lucy, St Peter

23 June 2015

THE BARBADOS Water Authority wishes to inform the residents in St Lucy and parts of St Peter who are currently experiencing low water pressure and outages that it is due to low reservoir levels at its Half Acre, Lamberts and Boscobel systems. Read More




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