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    June 17

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Island constables cry out

17 June 2019

ISLAND CONSTABLES say that for too long they have been working under poor conditions of service, and are calling on the current administration to make good on its promises to improve their lot. Read More


 ‘No money grab’

17 June 2019

THERE WILL BE RELIEF from July paydays for property owners with high land tax bills, says Minister in the Ministry of Finance Ryan Straughn. Read More


Man dies after ingesting poisonous substance

16 June 2019

NATION NEWS has been informed that a man died after ingesting a poisonous substance. He passed away at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. More details as they come to hand. Read More


Speightstown Esplanade run down NCC says no to proposed upgrade

16 June 2019

The Speightstown Esplanade, once the showpiece of the northern hub, is in need of an upgrade. Read More


PM: Dr Erskine Simmons loved Barbados

16 June 2019

Prime Minister Mia Mottley remembered the late Dr Erskine Simmons as a man who loved his country and was equally passionate about politics, renewable energy and his profession of medicine. Read More


Santia back on the job tomorrow

16 June 2019

Minister of Education Santia Bradshaw has completed a major phase of her cancer treatment and is coming home. Read More


Police name man killed at Well Gap

16 June 2019

A group of men who were playing dominoes under a street light at Well Gap, St Michael, early this morning ran for cover when they heard gunshots. Read More


UPDATE: Fatal shooting at Well Gap

16 June 2019

Barbados recorded its 30th homicide for the year early this morning. The man, whose name has not been released, was shot and killed at Well Gap, Cave Hill, St Michael, after midnight. Read More


Fatal shooting at Well Gap

16 June 2019

There has been yet another fatal shooting in Barbados. Nation Online has been reliably informed the latest incident took place at Well Gap, Cave Hill, St Michael. Read More


Barbados, Ghana on one mission

15 June 2019

Barbados and the Republic of Ghana are about to become the best of friends. Read More


De Peiza: Fire AG Marshall!

15 June 2019

As the country reels from three fatal shootings in the past week and 29 murders for the year, president of the Democratic Labour Party (DLP), Verla De Peiza, is charging that Attorney General Dale Marshall has failed the country and must go. Read More


Price Alert

15 June 2019

Barbados’ high food prices are expected to rise even more in the coming months but this will have nothing to do with increased taxes. Read More


UPDATE: Body found

15 June 2019

A small group of people and some relatives are on the scene at Brewsters Road, Rendezvous, Christ Church, where the body of a man was found earlier today. Read More


Body found

15 June 2019

There are reports of a body being found in Rendezvous, Christ Church. Read More


Joint Communique: Barbados and Ghana

15 June 2019

The following Joint Communiqué was issued on the occasion of the Official Visit to Barbados by Nana Akufo-Addo, President of the Republic of Ghana. Read More


Cuban official to visit Barbados

15 June 2019

Cuba’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Bruno Rodriguez Parilla, will make an official visit to Barbados. He will arrive on Sunday and leave on Tuesday. Read More


NCC urging beach safety

15 June 2019

As the start of the 2019 summer vacation draws near, the National Conservation Commission (NCC) is urging parents not to allow their children to go to beaches unsupervised. Read More


National Hero Prescod’s home demolished

15 June 2019

National Hero Samuel Jackman Prescod’s Belfield, Black Rock, St Michael home is no more. Read More


Help for Cheryl

15 June 2019

Cheryl Gooding is optimistic that help is finally on the way. Yesterday, officials from the Welfare Department, the National Assistance Board (NAB) and a nurse visited the 64-year-old woman at her My Lord’s Hill, St Michael, home. Read More


Warning sounded on legalising Marijuana

15 June 2019

You can do it, but do it very carefully. That was the advice of Professor Louis Francescutti, a Canadian emergency department physician, who was speaking at the Barbados Employers’ Confederation (BEC) forum on Decriminalisation of Marijuana . . . Read More


Changes To Jams

15 June 2019

Foreday Mornin’ bands will no longer have to pay a $750 registration fee to participate in Crop Over. Furthermore, the closing time for that popular event has been extended by an hour to 8 a.m., while Grand Kadooment will now finish at 10 p.m. Read More


Are you complying with the water prohibition measures announced by the Barbados Water Authority?