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Accident in Maxwell

21 September 2018

Reports reaching NATIONNEWS are that a ZR and two cars have been involved in an accident on Maxwell Main Road. Emergency personnel are reportedly en route and the road is currently impassable. Read More


King: On right track with options

21 September 2018

The removal of the mandatory death penalty is a perfect chance for Barbados to prove it is serious about staying in line with the developed world, says Minister of Culture and Sport John King. The Member of Parliament for St Philip West said it was time for Barbados... Read More


The voice that is Ch’An

21 September 2018

What can’t Ch’An sing? This could have been the question swirling in the minds of those who attended the most recent staging of Mahalia’s Corner at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre. Read More


Belize celebrates 37th anniversary of independence

21 September 2018

BELMOPAN, Belize – Belize is celebrating its 37th anniversary of political independence from Britain with a military parade, marches and parades as well as street parties with a warning from Prime Minister Dean Barrow that the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country still... Read More


National Arbor Day 2018

21 September 2018

This year the National Conservation Commission will celebrate National Arbor Day, on Saturday, September 22, at the National Botanical Gardens, Codrington, St Michael, beginning at 10 a.m. The theme is TREES: The Circle of Life. Read More


Frederick Smith Secondary School closed today

21 September 2018

The Ministry of Education, Technological and Vocational Training has advised that the Frederick Smith Secondary School, Trents, St James, will be closed today, Friday, September 21, as a result of an environmental issue. Read More


Registration for new cadets    

21 September 2018

Young persons who are interested in joining the Barbados Cadet Corps will have an opportunity to sign up over the next two Saturdays. Read More


Possible charges coming for Kingsland shooting

20 September 2018

Police say that they expect to charge a man in connection with Wednesday's shooting in Kingsland, Christ Church, which left a woman injured. The man remains in custody since the incident and Sergeant Michael Blackman, the acting public relations officer, said he... Read More


Rights champ: Send videos to police, avoid gossip

20 September 2018

Two weeks after police launched an investigation into viral video of a child drinking from a beer bottle, no one has been charged. And child rights champion Faith Marshall-Harris is slamming those who post such videos for engaging in juicy gossip rather than reporting... Read More


Still hoping for BWU’s return

20 September 2018

Outgoing president of the Congress of Trade Unions and Staff Associations of Barbados (CTUSAB), Cedric Murrell, still hopes that one day the Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU) will rejoin the fold. Five years ago, the BWU cut ties with CTUSAB after the bodies disagreed... Read More


Probe into Miller’s death continues

20 September 2018

Sixty-three-year-old Syberton Miller remains in critical condition at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, where she was taken following an incident at home where her husband Cecil Miller died. Read More


Roadside vending ‘a distraction’

20 September 2018

A long time driving safety consultant is supporting Government’s measure to remove cars for sale from the roads but he wants the road clearance to go further. Consultant driver trainer Junior Jordan, who has 40 years’ experience, said it was also time to address... Read More


Ban may be extended

20 September 2018

The three-year drug suspension imposed on Ramon Broomes could be extended in light of the former Barbados bodybuilding champion competing in Las Vegas last week. Broomes competed a few days ago at the Amateur Olympia which is a violation of National Anti-Doping Commission... Read More


Windies eager to even series

20 September 2018

Having watched a heavy downpour end their chances of winning their One-Day International series against South Africa, the West Indies women are looking forward to the opportunity to level it on Saturday. Due to a tropical wave which passed over Barbados Wednesday,... Read More


China talks rule of law with Marshall

20 September 2018

The rule of law was a major talking point when Ambassador of the Republic of China to Barbados, Yan Xiusheng, recently paid a courtesy call on Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Dale Marshall, at his Wildey, St Michael office. Read More


St Matthias Magistrate’s Court remains closed tomorrow

20 September 2018

Members of the public are advised that the St. Matthias Magistrate’s Court Complex will continue to be closed tomorrow, Friday, September 21. It will reopen on Monday, September 24. Read More


Cayman Islands Governor removed from post

20 September 2018

GRAND CAYMAN – The Governor of the Cayman Islands, Anwar Choudhury, will not return to the British Overseas Territory three months after he was temporarily withdrawn from his post so as to allow the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) to investigate a number of complaints... Read More


Shooting at Rite Aid warehouse in Maryland leaves four dead, including suspect

20 September 2018

MARYLAND, Baltimore − A woman armed with a handgun opened fire on Thursday at a Maryland distribution centre for the Rite Aid drugstore chain, killing three people and wounding three others before she took her own life, the Harford County sheriff said. Read More


Port, union reach agreement on salaries

20 September 2018

Barbados Port Inc. (BPI) and the Barbados Workers' Union (BWU) have reached an accord on salaries and wages. The accord defines a five per cent salary and wage increase effective October 1, 2016. Read More


NIFCA celebrates 45 years with more performances

20 September 2018

Two nights of dance and two nights of theatre are in the line-up for the 2018 finals of the National Independence Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA), so says Chief Cultural Officer of the National Cultural Foundation (NCF), Andrea Wells. Read More


Brazil offers training in new sugar production techniques

20 September 2018

Brazil, the world’s biggest sugar producer, has offered to provide training to Barbadians in new sugar production techniques. This is one area where this country is seeking technical cooperation with Barbados. Read More


Barbados has introduced e-passports which feature biometric chips embedded in them. Do you think this will increase security and ease travel?

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