Guyanese exhibitors left with sour taste

24 May 2015

IT WAS A NOT-TOO-PLEASANT introduction to getting their goods into Barbados. Read More


‘Noise’ doesn’t bother PM

24 May 2015

PRIME MINISTER FREUNDEL STUART has heard the “noise” all week. Read More


Bajans warned: Get early glaucoma tests

24 May 2015

BARBADIANS have received a quiet reminder of the high incidence of glaucoma in the country and the need for early eye tests to detect the disease. Read More


Rally Club: Residents well notified

24 May 2015

THE BARBADOS RALLY CLUB has disputed claims by Cynthia Forde, the Member of Parliament for St Thomas, of scant notice to parish residents for two of the country’s biggest motor sport road events. Read More


60 years for the Greens

24 May 2015

SIXTY YEARS of marriage. And the serenity on the faces of 85-year-old Joseph Green and his 90-year-old wife Helen says it all: that they are quite happy with the record they have set. Read More


Dodds nearly full but AG not worried

24 May 2015

BARBADOS’ LONE PRISON is almost full. Read More


Stuart mum on LIAT plans

24 May 2015

PRIME MINISTER FREUNDEL STURAT is holding the LIAT files close to his chest. Read More


Holding special bonds of love

24 May 2015

JASON HOLDER had just scored his first century in international cricket and his mother Denise Holder alarmed the entire neighbourhood with screams of jubilation. Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: Guests of honour

24 May 2015

IT WAS A CELEBRATION to honour the memory of the late Lord Robert Gavron, who for over 20 years contributed to the development of West Indies cricket. Some of the 22 young Barbadian who benefited from scholarships to hone their craft in the United Kingdom were among the guests in the President’s Box... Read More


Two charged with having gun at funeral

23 May 2015

TWO ST MICHAEL MEN held by police in relation to a gun which dropped in the midst of alarmed mourners at a funeral last month, appeared in the District “A” Criminal Court 2 yesterday. Read More




Should private waste haulers continue their protest against the tipping fee?

Yes – Their livelihoods are at stake.
No – The health of the nation is at stake.
Don’t know.