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    January 21

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Update: Man succumbs to injuries

15 January 2019

A brazen daylight shooting has resulted in the death of 42-year-old Daryl ‘Rude’ Harris. And it has left the community of Phase Two, Barbarees Gardens shaken. Read More


Man chopped in Station Hill

15 January 2019

Reports reaching NATIONNEWS are that a man has been chopped in Glendairy Road, Station Hill, St Michael. He is said to have severe injuries to one hand and foot. Read More


Shooting in St Michael leaves one man injured

15 January 2019

Police are currently on the scene of a shooting at Barbarees Hill St Michael. Lawmen say one man was injured during the incident and was taken the Queen Elizabeth Hospital by ambulance. (More details as they come to hand) Read More


Bitter cut for sugar workers

14 January 2019

SOME OF THE SUGAR WORKERS who received their walking papers yesterday were left with a bad taste in their mouths over how they were sent home. Read More


Drug, psychiatric link a concern

14 January 2019

MORE THAN A THIRD of people who have been admitted to the Psychiatric Hospital with disorders have a history of drug use. Read More


Rating up again

14 January 2019

BARBADOS HAS RECEIVED its second local currency credit rating upgrade in recent months. Read More


Court seeking two people

14 January 2019

Virtual complainants Heather Pinder and Danisha Pinder, of Pie Corner, St Lucy, are both asked to report to the No. 5 Supreme Court on January 18. Read More


BRA working with developer to rectify TAMIS website

14 January 2019

The Barbados Revenue Authority (BRA) is currently experiencing a technical issue in relation to the TAMIS website which has been hampering the registration process. Manager Communications and PR, Carolyn Williams-Gayle said the authority was working with the system... Read More


Ross announces scholarships for Barbadian students

14 January 2019

Barbadians looking to pursue a medical career may be eligible for significant help from Ross University School of Medicine. Today, the medical school announced the launch of need-based scholarships, covering the cost of medical school tuition and fees at Ross for two... Read More


Challenge for med students

13 January 2019

HUNDREDS OF NEW STUDENTS at Ross University School of Medicine received their signature white coats last Friday, taking them one step closer to their dreams. Read More


Stop slide!

13 January 2019

BARBADIANS CANNOT AFFORD to let the country be overtaken by a very small percentage of misguided people engaging in deviant behaviour. Read More


New oversight post

13 January 2019

A NEW POST will be created to keep an eagle eye on Government spending and especially state-owned enterprises. Read More


EARTHQUAKE- Magnitude 3.4 earthquake felt in several islands

13 January 2019

Several countries in the region were rocked by a magnitude 3.4 earthquake early Sunday. Read More


Worry over cow itch bother for Blackman and Gollop

13 January 2019

The Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) of the Blackman and Gollop Primary School fears the cow itch-related issues that affected the school last year could flare up again and disrupt classes. Read More


Police dismiss social media reports

13 January 2019

Police have dismissed the reports being circulated on the social media that a police officer was recently shot and injured. Read More


Musical journey of high note

13 January 2019

Norma Bowen’s voice has soothed the heart of many of an institutionalised person in Barbados and the Caribbean and, at 70, one of the island’s best known sopranos continues to give of herself through music. Read More


Battling in court for 21 years

12 January 2019

The legal owners of what has become the biggest squatting village in Barbados are finally speaking out. Valdeen Broomes and her daughters Pamela and Mona have broken their silence on Six Men’s Village, St Peter, which is now being occupied by more than 300 squatters.... Read More


More power

12 January 2019

It will soon be more difficult to get away with stealing money and materials from Government. The Mia Mottley Administration is seeking to strengthen the powers of the Auditor General by enabling that officer to report any suspicious transactions directly to the... Read More


Farmers assured spills ‘won’t happen again’

12 January 2019

A three-million-dollar project to repair oil pipeline damage in the community of Pegwell, Christ Church, is being overshadowed by residents’ concerns of a long-standing environmental catastrophe. Read More


Police investigating St James shooting

12 January 2019

Yesterday police responded to a shooting incident around 2:50 p.m. at Fox Club Gap, The Garden, St James. On arrival police discovered that Jamar Greaves, of Grape Hall, St Lucy had been shot in his right forearm and was taken to QEH by private transportation. Read More


Missing teen traced

12 January 2019

On Thursday, January 10, Hastings police located 14-year-old Tachina Kamisha Small, of Edge Cliff, St John. Read More


There have been more than 10 reported shootings during the first month of the year. Do you think these violent incidents are affecting the society?

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