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Atherley introduces new team

19 January 2019

Opposition Leader Bishop Joseph Atherley today presented the team which would speak on behalf of the Opposition on national issues. He stressed it was not the launch of a political party, which would come in due course. Read More


Illegal use of CARICOM Secretary General on social media being investigated

19 January 2019

GEORGETOWN – The Guyana-based Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat Friday said it is investigating reports of the illegal use of the picture of its Secretary General Irwin LaRocque on the social media platform, WhatsApp. Read More


Sony’s RCA parts ways with R. Kelly after abuse uproar: media reports

19 January 2019

LOS ANGELES − R. Kelly has parted ways with his Sony Music-owned RCA record label, Billboard magazine, Variety and the New York Times reported on Friday, and he no longer appears on the roster of artists on RCA’s website. Read More


Annual professional registration fees due

19 January 2019

All those, including doctors, lawyers, architects and engineers, who are required to pay annual registration fees, are reminded that they are to be paid to the Registrar of the Supreme Court by Thursday, January 31. Read More


Ambris’ knock the only bright spot

18 January 2019

Amid another insipid Cricket West Indies President’s XI’s batting display against England, Sunil Ambris fashioned an innings of substance that could revive his international career. Read More


The hole truth

18 January 2019

A new athletics season has started but the same old problems with a patchy track still remain at the National Stadium. Read More


Fearful residents

18 January 2019

In the latest bout of gunfire, residents are saying it was the police who fired upon them while the officers insist they were responding after being set upon first. Gunshots erupted in Chapman Lane, St Michael, late Thursday night, Read More


Marshall on the move

18 January 2019

Less than 12 hours after his portfolio was increased the minister who now has responsibility for the police force has hit the ground running. Read More


Spruce-up for City markets

18 January 2019

Some of The City markets are in for an upgrade. The Ministry of Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Commerce will be conducting a beautification programme to spruce up the vending spots. Read More


Ex-ICBL execs indicted

18 January 2019

Two more Former ICBL executives Ingrid Innes and Alex Tasker have been named in an indictment relating to the money laundering scandal involving former government minister Donville Inniss. Read More


106 and up for Edith Wilkinson

18 January 2019

At 106, Edith Wilkinson is happy to be alive. Despite being a double amputee, the mother of nine was still upbeat as she celebrated another milestone surrounded by members of her family at her Coconut Grove St Joseph home. Read More


St Lucia police probing photographs on social media with students posing with arms

18 January 2019

CASTRIES, St. Lucia, – Police Friday confirmed that they have launched an investigation in the posting of photographs on social media depicting two students in uniforms holding what appears to be firearms. Read More


Police shot at in Chapman Lane

18 January 2019

Lawmen report that on Thursday January 17 about 9:30 p.m. they came under fire while conducting a patrol. Read More


District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court relocating

18 January 2019

Members of the public are advised that matters to be heard at the District “A” Criminal Court at Coleridge Street, Bridgetown, on Saturday, January 19, will be heard at the St Matthias Magistrates’ Court. Read More


Approval to operate drone at Coverley

18 January 2019

The public is asked to note that permission has been granted to operate a drone in Barbados’ airspace on Friday, January 25, from 10 a.m. to noon. Read More


Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

18 January 2019

The Barbados Christian Council is calling on all Barbadians to observe today, January 18, 2019 as a Day of Prayer. This day beings the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, which is observed by Christians all over the world. Read More


Cops fighting back

17 January 2019

Body cameras were used for the first time locally on Thursday as the police intensified their stop-and-search exercises across Barbados, prompted by a violent start to 2019. Read More


NUPW writes LIAT on pilots’ behalf

17 January 2019

The National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) has written to LIAT on behalf of disgruntled pilots. Read More


Atherley to form new party

17 January 2019

A new political party is definitely coming. Leader of the Opposition Bishop Joseph Atherley said that shortly he would make an announcement in relation to the party. On Thursday, Atherley, a former member of the ruling Barbados Labour Party (BLP), confirmed to THE... Read More


Cricket’s gain, football’s loss

17 January 2019

Cricket’s gain is likely to be football’s loss. With the influx of visitors for the much-anticipated West Indies cricket Test match against England beginning next Wednesday at Kensington Oval, the Barbados Football Association (BFA) may be forced to delay a triangular... Read More


Reifer shines in warm-up

17 January 2019

Raymon Reifer bowled with the kind of passion and intensity for the President’s XI yesterday to indicate the selectors may have missed a trick in leaving him out of the West Indies squad of 13 for the opening Test against England next week. 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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