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Biggie returns to Crop Over mix

17 May 2019

Biggie Irie is back in the Pic-O-De-Crop runnings. Today, he and Chris Allman are expected to record his Pic-O-De-Crop social commentary, written by Gabby. He hopes the song will land him a spot among the 16 finalists in the contest he was last in back in 2015. He was... Read More


Mitchell concerned about Grenada’s track record in court

17 May 2019

ST GEORGE’S – Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell has voiced concerning about the number of cases before the Court in which the Government has been mandated to pay compensation. Read More


Aziza gets her car back

17 May 2019

The 2016 Calypso Monarch has her car back.But Aziza Kebret Tsgaye Clarke will have to put it on a wrecker to move it from Oistins Police Station, Christ Church, to her home in Bonnetts, Brittons Hill, St Michael. Read More


St Gabriel’s students donate hundreds of books

17 May 2019

Students of the St Gabriel’s School donated over 500 books to Variety the Children’s Charity on Friday. Read More


Cumberbatch passes away

17 May 2019

Former acting Deputy Commissioner of Police Seymour Cumberbatch has passed away. Read More


Barbados removed from the EU blacklist

17 May 2019

The Council today decided to remove Aruba, Barbados and Bermuda from the EU list of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions. Read More


Major zone shift coming

16 May 2019

Barbadians will be getting more opportunities to build, and grow produce in once restricted areas. Read More


Final viewing

16 May 2019

Barbadians will say farewell to Seymour Nurse at Kensington Oval on Friday morning at an official service, but yesterday evening three ex-Cabinet ministers couldn’t wait to say a final goodbye to the former West Indies batting star. Read More


Govt to sell Clico assets

16 May 2019

Government will sell the assets of the collapsed insurance giant CLICO to help pay off the expenses of its successor, which itself is being dissolved. Read More


Big bucks up for grabs

16 May 2019

One local football team is set to have a massive payday and the most valuable player will drive home a brand new motor car. This is because the Barbados Football Association (BFA) will stage the inaugural Capelli Super Cup tournament, with the winning team walking... Read More


Nurse aiming to up his game

16 May 2019

DUBLIN – Off-spinner Ashley Nurse says he will be looking to improve his consistency so he can play the role expected of him in the ICC World Cup which begins in England at month end. Read More


May to agree departure after latest Brexit deal bid

16 May 2019

LONDON – British Prime Minister Theresa May will set out a timetable for her departure in early June after the latest attempt to get her Brexit deal approved by parliament, the chairman of a powerful Conservative Committee said on Thursday. Read More


Flow advises customers on handling abnormal calls

16 May 2019

Don’t answer the phone! That’s the message telecommunications provider FLOW is sending to all mobile phone customers who have been receiving what the company has described as atypical phone calls in recent days. Read More


Gibson wary of English weather

16 May 2019

CAPE TOWN – South Africa coach Ottis Gibson believes weather will play its part in deciding the outcome of the Cricket World Cup in England and Wales. Read More


Jamaican group completes take-over of Trinidad insurance company

16 May 2019

KINGSTON – The National Commercial Bank Financial Group (NCBFG) says it has “successfully completed” the acquisition acquire control of the Trinidad-based company, Guardian Holdings Limited (GHL). Read More


Journey to the Last Cane starts June 8

16 May 2019

Journey to the Last Cane. That’s the theme of this year’s official Crop Over Launch And Ceremonial Delivery Of The Last Canes, which will be held in Speightstown, St Peter, on June 8. Read More


Cricket West Indies and Cricket Canada strengthen ties

16 May 2019

ST JOHN’S – Cricket West Indies (CWI) President Ricky Skerritt welcomed Cricket Canada’s President Ranjit Saini to Antigua and paid tribute to the longstanding friendship between West Indies and Canada cricket. Read More


Break-ins in Bush Hall

15 May 2019

MORE THAN 30 PEOPLE in Bush Hall, St Michael, woke up yesterday morning to find their vehicles had been broken into. Read More


Teachers draw line

15 May 2019

TEACHERS WILL NO LONGER stand for violence against them. Read More


Mia: Focus now on performance

15 May 2019

BARBADOS’ ECONOMY has stabilised, and now Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley has her eyes set on transforming the country’s ability to perform. Read More


Probe into BCC exam leak

15 May 2019

New principal of the Barbados Community College (BCC), Annette Alleyne, has given the assurance that the breach in a recent exam at the college is being investigated. Read More


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