BWA lift

30 July 2015

IN THE NEXT two years the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) should be clear of its debt. Read More


Enter Chris

30 July 2015

MINISTER of Finance Chris Sinckler will meet with trade unions today in an effort to resolve the ongoing dispute between the Customs & Excise Department and the Barbados Revenue Authority (BRA). Read More


Not a ‘done deal’

30 July 2015

THE $700 million waste-to-energy Cahill Energy project may be roundly rejected if significant changes are not made. Read More


It’s visit No. 104 for honorary Bajan

30 July 2015

ABOUT TWO weeks after United States president John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963, Gerald Maher made his first trip to Barbados – and he has not stopped coming since. Read More


BL&P not in Cahill discussion

30 July 2015

THE Barbados Light & Power Company (BL&P) has not been involved in any discussions on the multimillion-dollar waste-to-energy project by Cahill Energy. Read More


Pipeline project under budget

30 July 2015

THE $30 million mains laying project by the Barbados Water Authority and Ionics Freshwater Limited came in under budget. Read More


Campaign calls on Sinckler for help

30 July 2015

RATHER THAN having all funding for development resources going towards debt financing, the local arm of the Action 2015 Caribbean Campaign has called on Minster of Finance Chris Sinckler to see that some of the resources are allocated to social services for the average... Read More


Welch retired after 34 years at UWI

30 July 2015

THE UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES (UWI) Cave Hill Campus is in search of a new vice-principal as the man who held the post for almost a year prepares to demit office. Read More


Ex-prison officers giving back

30 July 2015

MEMBERS OF THE Retired Prison Officers Association are enjoying their golden years but also taking time out to give back to society. 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


Vigil held for Devon Prescod

29 July 2015

MORE THAN 200 relatives, friends and neighbours gathered in Fairy Valley, Christ Church this evening at a candlelight vigil for Devon Prescod. Read More


Bayley sisters remanded

29 July 2015

SHAKIRA AND TIFFANY Bayley appeared in District “A” Traffic Court jointly charged with entering their aunt's house on May 14 and stealing items worth $235. Read More


NATION newscast July 29, 2015

29 July 2015

In tonight's news: Chamber of Commerce speaks out against Cahill project as one Government minister says it’s not a done deal. The Bayley sisters are remanded to prison. Barbadian special athletes win more medals in Los Angeles. Read More


Petition urges Sinckler to seek financing for social services

29 July 2015

MINISTER OF FINANCE Chris Sinckler has been presented with a postcard petition of 400 signatures calling on him to have some Financing for Development resources allocated to the provision of social services and not only debt financing. Read More


VIDEO: Edwin Yearwood

29 July 2015

ENTERTAINER Edwin Yearwood sat down recently with The Nation's Operations Editor Toni Yarde for a candid interview. He spoke about the challenges and triumphs of being in entertainment; how it has changes him and the possibility that he might be back in the Pic-O-De-Crop... Read More


Tiffany Bayley facing robbery charge

29 July 2015

POLICE HAVE LAID an additional charge against 24-year-old Tiffany Nikita Bayley of No.8 Grazettes Court, Grazettes, St Michael. Read More


Barbados and Rwanda establish diplomatic relations

29 July 2015

BARBADOS’ HIGH COMMISSIONER to the United Kingdom, Guy Hewitt, and High Commissioner for the Republic of Rwanda, Williams Nkurunziza, recently signed a Joint Communiqué to formally establish diplomatic relations between the two countries. Read More


Tourism high

29 July 2015

VISITORS have flown in in record numbers, and officials at the Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. (BTMI) are planning to roll out an aggressive campaign, including taking advantage of websites like TripAdvisor to keep them coming. Read More


A pilot’s nightmare

29 July 2015

THE LAST THING any pilot wants to know is that he is going to crash, but that was the reality facing Richard Terrelonge on Sunday. Read More


Inniss: End strike

29 July 2015

AS AN INCREASING number of businesses complain of shortages of important items, a member of the Freundel Stuart Cabinet is appealing to customs officers to return to normal duties. Read More


Chance for Worlds

29 July 2015

LOCAL ATHLETES will have one last chance to qualify for the IAAF World Championships at the upcoming North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletic Association (NACAC) Championships in San Jose, Costa Rica. Read More




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