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Mottley celebrates 30-year milestone

21 July 2019

Prime Minister Mia Mottley, while celebrating 30 years in St Michael North East, said yesterday that the last year in the leadership position has been intense. Read More


Ready for pure soca on the Hill

21 July 2019

Thousands are at Farley Hill National Park in St Peter for the annual staging of FLOW Soca On The Hill. Read More


BWA begins work at Lakes Folly this week

21 July 2019

The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) is informing the public that work will be carried out this week at Lakes Folly in The City. Starting tomorrow, contractors working on behalf of the BWA will be conducting a general clean up in the area. Read More


Three Junior Monarchs

21 July 2019

Quon retained his title and two new monarchs were crowned as the curtain came down on the 2019 Scotiabank Junior Calypso Monarch Competition last night at the Garfield Sobers Gymnasium. Read More


Repair Delays

21 July 2019

With 40 primary schools listed to undergo repairs this summer, officials are not comfortable that all will be ready in time for the start of the year in September. Read More


US monitoring IMF loan to Barbados

21 July 2019

The Donald Trump administration has an eagle eye on Barbados’ US$290 million loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) – financing it could have obstructed. Read More


Jobs in Weed

21 July 2019

The new and blossoming cannabis or marijuana industry in Canada may turn out to be an employment blessing in disguise for Barbadians seeking jobs abroad. Read More


Mr Blood giving it his best shot

21 July 2019

If any of the 17 finalists think it will be easy to stop Mr Blood from making it two in a row, they are underestimating him in the Courtesy Pic-O-De-Crop finals on August 2. Read More


Kyriq laid to rest

20 July 2019

Relatives and friends of the late Kyriq Boyce bade a find farewell to the 17-year-old today. Read More


Ebola warning

20 July 2019

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – The Trinidad-based Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) is urging regional countries to enhance disease surveillance at ports of entry and at health facilities following the categorisation of the current outbreak of the Ebola virus disease... Read More


Victor Roach passes

20 July 2019

Pastor Victor Roach has passed. The anti-tobacco advocate passed away yesterday at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. He had been ailing for some time. Read More


Gabby threatens Accra Beach protest

20 July 2019

Thirty-seven years after defending Barbadians’ right to beach access in his calypso Jack, entertainment legend Anthony Mighty Gabby Carter has vowed to prevent the building of a beach club at Accra Beach, Rockley, Christ Church. Read More


17 picked to go up against Mr Blood

20 July 2019

First Citizen De Big Show has the lion's share of the finalists for the Courtesy Pic-O-De-Crop Competition, with seven being announced early this morning after an hour and 20 minutes after deliberations. Read More


No done deal!

19 July 2019

The controversial Blue Horizon Hotel redevelopment at Rockley, Christ Church, is not a done deal. Read More


DIP aimed at cutting murder rate

19 July 2019

Social activist Corey Lane is using interventionist skills to achieve a dip in the murder rate. And some of the people involved in the intervention are reformed gang members. Read More


VIDEO: Crop Over Central Top 10 Songs July 19th

19 July 2019

There are big changes in the Crop Over Central Top 10, presented by Big Red The DJ from Hott 95.3 FM. Read More


Magistrates’ courts to close for training

19 July 2019

Members of the public are advised that the following Magistrates’ Courts and offices will be closed at noon on Tuesday, July 23, to allow staff to undergo training. Read More


Police need help identifying man

19 July 2019

The Royal Barbados Police Force is seeking the assistance of the public in identifying this man. He is considered armed and dangerous. Persons coming into contact with this individual should immediately contact the police at emergency number 211. Read More


Drug shortage being addressed

19 July 2019

The Ministry of Health and Wellness has assured the public that the problems experienced by some patients seeking to fill prescriptions at polyclinic pharmacies have been drawn to its attention and are being addressed as a matter of urgency. Read More


Smart summer shopping: Beat the back to school rush

19 July 2019

Summer is here, school is out, and thank every god ever imagined that the streets are finally free. Nothing feels better than the ease in traffic during the school breaks after months of stress, elongated journeys, and internally cursing at other drivers clogging the... Read More


BWA freezes tank offer

18 July 2019

Another public/private sector partnership between the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) and Innotech Equipment Inc. has gone awry. Read More


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