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Bishop still waiting for the call

12 November 2018

Prolific Crane Resort St Catherine left-arm spinner Derick Bishop believes he is still being choked by the Barbados selectors. Bishop, who sang a calypso a few years ago about his continued omission from national trials, is singing a similar tune. Read More


BRA reminds public to register in TAMIS

12 November 2018

The Barbados Revenue Authority (BRA) is reminding all taxpayers that they are required to register in the new Tax Administration Management Information System (TAMIS) in order to fulfil their Value Added Tax (VAT), Pay as You Earn (PAYE) and Corporation Income Tax obligations.... Read More


Stan Lee, creator of many Marvel superheroes, dead at 95

12 November 2018

LOS ANGELES − Stan Lee, who dreamed up Spider-Man, Iron Man, the Hulk, Black Panther and a cavalcade of other Marvel Comics superheroes that became mythic figures in pop culture with soaring success at the movie box office, died at the age of 95, his daughter said on... Read More


Fierce winds expected to fan California’s deadly wildfires

12 November 2018

Fierce, dry winds were expected to fan the flames of deadly wildfires burning in California on Monday, heightening the risk of fresh blazes from scattered embers and making driving conditions difficult. Read More


Facebook outage stumps users

12 November 2018

For about 30 minutes earlier today social media site Facebook appeared to be offline. As the site went down this afternoon, more than 1 000 people promptly reported connection issues on DownDetector.com, a website that tracks site downtime. Read More


Judy Boyce: I took my scar and turned it into a star

12 November 2018

Judy Boyce stands today a proud mother of two, grandmother and a successful business owner. But there was a time when the world didn’t see her in this light and only had negative vibes towards and about her. In fact, she admitted that there was a time when she was... Read More


Loving Madeline celebrates 100th with family, friends

12 November 2018

Madeline Holder’s family went all out for her 100th birthday yesterday. The centenarian celebrated at the National Union of Public Workers’ auditorium in Dalkeith, St Michael, with more than 100 friends and family. There was a tuk band, Cultural Ambassador Anthony... Read More


Another International award for Calypso Rose

12 November 2018

PORT OF SPAIN – Veteran calypsonian, Calypso Rose will be awarded the Grand Prize for World Music when she attends the Sacem Grand Prix in France next month. Read More


Change Brexit course or face total surrender, says Johnson

12 November 2018

LONDON − Former British foreign minister Boris Johnson called again on Sunday for Prime Minister Theresa May to change course on Brexit, accusing her of forcing through a deal to keep the country locked in the EU’s customs union in a “total surrender”. Read More


Bajans come up short

12 November 2018

UNITED STATES ruled the pounding waves on the windy East Coast of Bathsheba yesterday, but Barbados could feel pleased with second finishes for Che Allan and Chelsea Roett on the final day of surfing competition at the PEG Independence Festival. Read More


WI best not good enough

11 November 2018

CHENNAI – West Indies produced their best performance of the Twenty20 International series against India but still went down by six wickets, losing off the last ball of the innings in the third and final match at the MA Chidambaram Stadium yesterday. Read More


Bail for murder accused

11 November 2018

MURDER ACCUSED Hakeem Deshon Jeremy Griffith could be spending the upcoming holidays home with his family. Read More


Transport staff want clarity

11 November 2018

THERE WERE MORE QUESTIONS than answers yesterday after the Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU) met with workers of the Transport Board. Read More


Tourism looking up

11 November 2018

MINISTER OF TOURISM Kerrie Symmonds is predicting a higher level of visitor spend as a result of a projected 60 per cent increase in home-porting business this cruise season. Read More


Bail bids for nine

11 November 2018

NINE MORE MURDER ACCUSED could be back on the streets by Christmas if their attorneys are successful in securing bail for them. Read More



11 November 2018

Manchester City returned to the Premier League summit with a convincing derby victory over Manchester United at Etihad Stadium. Read More


Missing Man: David Belle

11 November 2018

The Royal Barbados Police Force is seeking the assistance of the public in locating a missing man. Read More


UPDATE: Wanted man captured

11 November 2018

The Royal Barbados Police Force has located Kishmar Young alias “Murka” who was wanted for questioning in connection to serious criminal matters. Read More


With Trump sitting nearby, Macron calls nationalism a betrayal

11 November 2018

PARIS - French President Emmanuel Macron used an address to world leaders gathered in Paris for Armistice commemorations on Sunday to send a stern message about the dangers of nationalism, calling it a betrayal of moral values. Read More


BFA postpones matches

11 November 2018

The third round of matches in the Barbados Football Association’s Premier League Zone 1 have all been postponed due to a water logged field at the Wildey Turf. Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: Trust Loan Fund Unit opens

11 November 2018

The air was charged with excitement when ministers of Government, leaders in the small business sector, prospective entrepreneurs and a host of other guests gathered at the Harbour Road premises for the grand opening of the new Trust Loan Fund Unit last week. Read More


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