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Four car smash-up causing delay at Salters

11 November 2018

Motorists are experiencing delays at Salters St George because of an accident involving four vehicles Read More


Earthquake recorded offshore Barbados

11 November 2018

An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.3 was recorded offshore Barbados shortly after 9:00 am (local time) on Sunday. Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: New 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


Darnel making Monumental impact

11 November 2018

The Oxford Dictionary defines ‘monumental’ as epic, huge, massive or enormous. That’s exactly the type of impact Darnel Greenidge is looking to make with his new local luxury brand Monumental Watches. Since launching his brand on August 30, the buzz has been nothing... Read More


Making monumental impact

11 November 2018

The Oxford Dictionary defines ‘monumental’ as epic, huge, massive or enormous. That’s exactly the type of impact Darnel Greenidge is looking to make with his new local luxury brand Monumental Watches. Since launching his brand on August 30, the buzz has been nothing... Read More


Wanted: Kishmar ‘Murka’ Young 

11 November 2018

The Royal Barbados Police Force is seeking the public’s assistance in locating Kishmar Young alias 'Murka', last known address Lammings St. Joseph. Read More


Fogging schedule November 12 to 16

11 November 2018

The Vector Control Unit of the Ministry of Health and Wellness will continue to concentrate its efforts in Christ Church next week, as it seeks to control the mosquito population in the parish. Read More


Current Ebola outbreak is worst in Congo's history, says ministry

11 November 2018

KINSHASA − The current Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo is the most severe in the country’s history with 319 confirmed and probable cases, the health ministry said late on Friday. Read More


Death toll rises to 23 in California wildfire after 14 bodies found

11 November 2018

PARADISE, California − The charred remains of 14 more people have been found in and around a Northern California town overrun by flames from a massive wildfire, officials said on Saturday, raising the death toll to at least 23. Read More


Parris to repay $4.43M

10 November 2018

A major case related to the collapse of CLICO has finally been settled, releasing millions of dollars for the benefit of policyholders. Read More


Truck delay

10 November 2018

Those promised new garbage trucks won’t be on Barbados’ streets just yet. The seven trucks, expected to provide an ease to the cash-strapped and equipment-starved Sanitation Service Authority (SSA) won’t be here until late next month. Read More


Arthur backs pay proposals

10 November 2018

Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur supports two proposals aimed at moving the University of the West Indies (UWI) onto a stronger financial footing. One of them calls for students to pay upfront using loans to meet their tuition and living expenses. Read More


Redemption for Robinson

10 November 2018

American Chauncey Robinson left nothing to chance this year, having gotten over the hump at long last to finally capture Saturday’s World Surf League (WSL) Thomo QS at the Soup Bowl in Bathsheba. Read More


Deandra leads demolition

10 November 2018

GEORGETOWN – Veteran all-rounder Deandra Dottin single-handedly destroyed Bangladesh with the third-best figures in women’s Twenty20 Internationals as West Indies opened their defence of the World Twenty20 Friday night with a rousing 60-run victory. Read More


Arthur now holds title of Professor

10 November 2018

Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur has been conferred with the title of Professor of Practice: Economics of Development by the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus. The appointment, which it took effect at the start of this month, was confirmed at the University... Read More


Man succumbs to injuries after fall

10 November 2018

A man going by the alias “Garlic” or “Winston Neverson”, the male who had allegedly fallen from a breadfruit tree at New Orleans, St Michael, has succumbed to his injuries at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital after undergoing treatment. Read More


US Congress introduces resolution honouring Shirley Chisholm

10 November 2018

WASHINGTON – Caribbean American Democratic Congresswoman, Yvette D. Clarke, has joined a move by United States Congressional representatives in introducing a resolution acknowledging the 50th anniversary of the election of Shirley Chisholm as the first Caribbean and... Read More


Leaders of France and Germany in poignant show of unity 100 years after WW1

10 November 2018

COMPIEGNE, France − One hundred years after the guns of World War One fell silent, the leaders of France and Germany held hands and rested their heads against one another in a poignant ceremony to mark the signing of the Armistice peace agreement. Read More


Antigua PM to address CDF meeting next week

10 November 2018

The Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Gaston Browne, will be the featured speaker at the CARICOM Development Fund’s (CDF) Seventh Annual Meeting of Contributors and Development Partners in Barbados on Tuesday. Read More


Traffic changes for Remembrance Day parade

10 November 2018

Due to the Remembrance Day Parade on tomorrow, Sunday, November 11, the following roads in Bridgetown will be closed to vehicular traffic Read More


ON POINT: Bowled over by young talent

10 November 2018

Let me say from the outset – I am in awe of some of the young people in this country. I don’t remember feeling this proud and encouraged in recent times. This renewed respect in our youth was triggered last Sunday night when I attended the National Independence Festival... Read More


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