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Family first for O’Brian

18 June 2018

Family is everything for O’Brian St Elmo Worrell. His wife, Navisha, and two sons, Saurav, 13, and Javed, 10, are his entire life. They literally do everything together, and he wouldn’t have it any other way. “I’m very big on family, I believe in family. You should... Read More


Man missing after Jolly Roger cruise

18 June 2018

A St Michael man is missing after failing to return from a pleasure cruise over the weekend. Police spokesman acting inspector Rodney Inniss told Nation Online 49-year-old Andrew King was reported missing in the early hours of Saturday morning. The Goodland Main... Read More


One dead in Westbury accident

17 June 2018

Police are investigating an accident which resulted in the death of one man. The accident occurred about 3:10 p.m. today along Westbury Main Road, St Michael. Involved was a motorcycle owned and driven by Ridge Hollingsworth, 26, of Parish Land, Christ Church and... Read More


A day for dads

17 June 2018

Sean and Kirk Phillips are blessed twice over in that they have two men in their lives they call “Dad”. Yesterday, they were with family members at Radisson Aquatica celebrating their step-father 67-year-old Gregory Armstrong. Read More


Water outages taking toll

17 June 2018

People living in St Joseph are calling for better water service, especially in light of next month’s increase in water bills. Sunday the Barbados Water Authority’s (BWA) rapid response and communications manager Joy-Ann Haigh advised residents in parts of St Joseph,... Read More


A shame!

17 June 2018

It’s dirty again. For the umpteenth time, the area by the Old Fairchild Street Market in The City is reeking of bags of household garbage and a large metal appliance dumped in the shadow of the skip placed there for use by vendors who ply their trade nearby. Read More


Fisherfolk brace for fuel levy

17 June 2018

Some fisherfolk are willing to bite the bullet and throw their support behind the new 40 cents per litre levy on fuel. But others are sceptical. Boat owners Hallam Mayers and Tony Carter maintained that though the charge would affect their pockets, they were willing... Read More


Gabriel grabs six

17 June 2018

GROS ISLET – Speedster Shannon Gabriel snatched a career-best six-wicket haul to take ten wickets in a Test for the first time but Sri Lanka resisted stubbornly to set up an intriguing final day of the second Test today. Floundering on 48 for four after resuming... Read More


Marsh could boost team

17 June 2018

Akeem Marsh’s pain is now Barbados’ gain. The men’s senior side may yet get its star big man, and not a moment too soon, as the prolific national forward has been released from Australian basketball club Gold Coast Rollers before next week’s start to the FIBA AmeriCup... Read More


Police looking into incident at sea

17 June 2018

Police are currently investigating reports of a fight aboard the MV Dream Chaser. Reports indicate the incident occurred during a cruise entitled Issa Vyb. Read More


Coutinho’s superb goal cancelled out by Switzerland’s Zuber

17 June 2018

ROSTOV-ON-DON, Russia − Philippe Coutinho scored a spectacular first-half goal for Brazil in their World Cup Group E opener on Sunday, only for Steven Zuber to cancel it out after the break. Coutinho collected a bad clearance from the Swiss defence and curled an... Read More


Fogging schedule June 18 to 22

17 June 2018

The Vector Control Unit of the Ministry of Health will continue its fogging programme aimed at eradicating the Aedes aegypti mosquito next week. On Monday, June 18, a team will be in St James fogging Rock Dundo Tenantry, Rock Dundo with Avenues, Bakers, Bakers Development,... Read More


Recall on all Kellogg’s Honey Smacks cereals

17 June 2018

The Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (DCCA) has advised that while a voluntary recall was recently issued by Hanschell Inniss on Kellogg’s Honey Smacks cereal, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has now expanded that recall to include ALL... Read More


BWA working to alleviate water challenges

17 June 2018

Residents are being advised of low water pressure and outages across the island. Barbados Water Authority’s rapid response and communications manager Joy-Ann Haigh called in to today’s Down to Brass Tacks radio programme and said they were investigating the issues.... Read More


Rasheed: All I do is for my family

17 June 2018

Rasheed Belgrave can be described as a risk taker . . . who is also an attorney, an avid footballer and a father of two boys – Aeron, 5; and Liam, 17 months. His most recent risk was branching off into business by himself, after only being called to the Bar two... Read More


Mexico stun holders Germany 1-0 in World Cup opener

17 June 2018

MOSCOW − Germany were stunned 1-0 by Mexico in the opening game of their World Cup defence on Sunday as Hirving Lozano finished off a sharp counter-attack that exposed the ragged defending that the four-times winners had displayed in their warm-up games. Read More


Double the trouble, double the blessings

17 June 2018

Jason Simmons has double the trouble. Wearing the hats of CEO of Simmz Exclusive and the bandleader for new band Khepri Culture, he’s also known for throwing some great parties on the Crop Over scene. But he has added a new role to his daily tasks – that of being a... Read More


Sri Lanka's Chandimal charged with ball-tampering

17 June 2018

Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal has been charged with altering the condition of the ball in the second test against West Indies, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Sunday. Angry Sri Lankan players refused to take the field on the third day of the... Read More


‘Let children speak freely’

16 June 2018

Children must be able to express themselves freely. Consultant psychiatrist at the Child Guidance Clinic, Dr June Price-Humphrey, said quite often, parents stifled their children and silenced them. “Allow children to express themselves appropriately. And that doesn’t... Read More


Ready to tackle elder abuse

16 June 2018

Government is keeping a close eye on the elderly, especially in regard to neglect and abuse. Minister of People Empowerment and Elder Affairs Cynthia Forde gave that assurance Saturday during a church service to observe World Elder Abuse Awareness Day at the Breath... Read More


Mosaic craft with Bajan touch

16 June 2018

It is 100 per cent Barbadian and 100 per cent handmade. This striking mosaic piece by multi-talented craftswoman Candi Nicholls captured the eye during yesterday’s Limegrove Home & Garden Show at Limegrove, Holetown, St James. The wall hanging depicts a woman with... Read More




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