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    January 28

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Lawrence T. Gay reception and infants classes start today

The Ministry of Education, Technological and Vocational Training is informing parents and guardians Read More


Plans in place for coronavirus

WITH THE DEATH TOLL from the coronavirus rising to 81 worldwide, health officials are assuring Barbadians Read More

Letters of concern

THE FINANCIAL CONTROLLER of the cash-strapped Transport Board yesterday admitted she was forced to Read More

Verla: Come on board

PRESIDENT OF the Democratic Labour Party (DLP), Verla De Peiza, is telling all who want to be part Read More


UPDATE: Man injured in shooting at gas station

A 23-year-old St Michael man received a gunshot injury to his left leg after a man opened fire in Read More


UPDATE: British national dies in Port incident

The woman who died at the Barbados Port over the weekend has been identified as Jenet Vivien Purkess. Read More

MISSING: Alicia Phillips

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

MOH: Avoid travel to Wuhan and Hubei

The Ministry of Health and Wellness is urging persons resident in Barbados to avoid non-essential Read More



All clear for Cayman

GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands – The Hazard Management Cayman Islands (HMCI) Tuesday gave the “all clear” Read More


Strong quake shakes northern Caribbean

BRIDGETOWN – Buildings were evacuated in the Cayman Islands as a strong earthquake with a magnitude Read More

More oil in Guyana

GEORGETOWN – The Guyana government Monday announced that the US-based oil giant, ExxonMobil, has made Read More

Koffee wins Grammy Award

Koffee has become the first solo female to cop the Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album at the 62nd Read More


Ollivierre fastest man at Bourbon

There is a new sheriff in town. Read More


Foundation’s double strike

The Christ Church Foundation School created volleyball history when the Massy Stores Schools’ League Read More

England beat South Africa to take series 3-1

JOHANNESBURG – England bowled South Africa out for 274 runs yesterday to win the fourth cricket Test Read More

Worrell gets top pick at Stadium

THE antiquated and dilapidated National Stadium has a new superintendent from this week. Read More


Kobe Bryant dies in helicopter crash

CALABASAS – United States basketball legend Kobe Bryant has been killed in a helicopter crash in California, Read More


Dems: We’re a government in waiting

Democratic Labour Party (DLP) members and supporters went down memory lane yesterday. Read More


Atherley still wants answers on White Oak

Leader of the Opposition Bishop Joseph Atherley has again called on Government to give answers on Read More

Public Interest debate to resume January 14

The House of Assembly met Friday for just over 30 minutes in the “public interest”, to debate changes Read More

Rogers weighs in on divorce rate

Not only has the Church amended the wedding vows removing the word obey and “till death do us part” Read More


INDEPENDENCE MESSAGE: Democratic Labour Party

Fellow Barbadians, greetings. Congratulations to you on achieving your 53rd anniversary of Independence. Read More


Ex-Boeing CEO leaving with $62 million

Boeing Co.’s ousted chief executive officer, Dennis Muilenburg, is leaving the company with $62 million Read More


Amazon contesting Defence contact in court

Amazon.com Inc filed a lawsuit in a federal U.S. court on Friday contesting the United States Defence Read More

Investors' conference on Airport coming soon

A wide variety of stakeholders can expect to hear about investment opportunities for the proposed Read More

Port not affected by power outages

Despite comments made in a news report, the Bridgetown Port was not affected by the power outages Read More


Prince Andrew hasn’t responded to queries in Epstein case

WASHINGTON – Britain’s Prince Andrew has provided “zero cooperation” to United States authorities Read More


Turkey calls off search for earthquake survivors

ELAZIG, Turkey – Turkey called off rescue operations on Monday in eastern areas hit by Friday’s earthquake Read More

Police going to live facial recognition cameras in London

LONDON – British police are to start operational use of live facial recognition (LFR) cameras in London, Read More

Coronavirus declared an emergency in China

GENEVA/BEIJING – The World Health Organisation (WHO) called a new coronavirus that has killed 18 people Read More


Cherrie-Ann repping 246 TEAL

Cherrie-Ann Hurley watched three loved ones pass away as a result of two gynaecological cancers. Read More


Branding on Joel’s mind

There comes a time in some people’s lives when they reach their lowest point. Quite often they dig Read More


EASY MAGAZINE: Andrea’s on a high

It’s a beautiful thing when a career and a passion come together. That is exactly the case for 27-year-old Read More


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