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Call for special agriculture school

Senator Dr Chelston Brathwaite has suggested that Barbados needs a school for agriculture to...
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Government cybersecurity boost in the works

With thousands of cybersecurity attacks occurring across the Caribbean each day, the Government of...
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‘Rape of girls over 14 deserve stiffer penalties’

With sexual offences, including sex crimes against children, accounting for a third of the cases...
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Local farmers keeping up with egg demand

Local farmers keeping up with egg demand


Despite a significant increase in the cost of eggs globally, local poultry producers have been able to control prices to a reasonable level and keep up with demand, says Stephen Layne, President of the Barbados Egg and Poultry Producers Association (...

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‘Phased relief’ for St Lucy

‘Phased relief’ for St Lucy


The areas of concern remain the same for St Lucy residents – bad roads, brown water, poor public transportation. But in the same vein these services deteriorated over time, Government would also assess what was priority and fix the issues over tim...

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Man way behind on $25 000 fine

Man way behind on $25 000 fine


Don’t ask for a fine if you can’t pay it. That was the advice of Justice Pamela Beckles as she dealt with a self-confessed gunman who had paid a mere fraction of his $25 000 fine with only two months more to go. “Don’t ask for a fine if you can...

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Rowley says court decision “disturbing”

Rowley says court decision “disturbing”

Port of Spain, Trinidad – Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley described as “disturbing” the circumstances surrounding the High Court’s decision to ...

Trinidad police “not daunted” by spate of killings

Port of Spain – The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) says it is ...

New oil find in Guyana

New York – The US oil and energy company, Hess, Wednesday announced a “...

Trinidad: Woman steals police vehicle to kidnap child

Port Of Spain, Trinidad C – Police have detained a 24-year-old woman, aft...

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England hails Jofra’s return

England hails Jofra’s return

It was fitting that Jofra Archer’s stunning return came in Kimberley, the South African city where diamonds have been mined for more than a century....

Three Under-19s in West Indies Women’s squad for T20 World Cup

Three of the West Indies Under-19 Rising Stars who recently competed in the...

Tristan Evelyn sets new indoor record

Dusseldorf – Barbadian Tristan Evelyn set a new national record in the fi...

Matthews says consistency needed from Windies Women

Captain Hayley Matthews has underscored the importance of consistency if We...

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Call for special agriculture school

Call for special agriculture school

Senator Dr Chelston Brathwaite has suggested that Barbados needs a school for agriculture to provide the necessary expertise to meet the level of agri...

Barbados’ shrimp industry coming on stream in April

Barbados aims to have its own shrimp farming industry up and running by Apr...

Senate passes two Acts

The Senate of Barbados passed two Acts during the opening session of its 18...

Government moves to protect plant resources

Government is taking action to protect the island’s plant resources and M...

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New GM at Hilton Barbados

New GM at Hilton Barbados

A new general manager has been appointed at the Hilton Barbados Resort. Jacques Monteil joined the property in September 2022, and will lead the op...

Government cybersecurity boost in the works

With thousands of cybersecurity attacks occurring across the Caribbean each...

Local farmers keeping up with egg demand

Despite a significant increase in the cost of eggs globally, local poultry ...

New governor soon, says Mottley

Barbadians will soon know who the next Central Bank governor will be. Wh...

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Zelensky: Russia can’t be allowed at Olympics

Zelensky: Russia can’t be allowed at Olympics

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says that allowing Russia to compete at the 2024 Olympics in Paris would amount to showing that "terror is some...

Hipkins sworn in a New Zealand Prime Minister

Chris Hipkins has been sworn in as New Zealand’s 41st prime minister. ...

Seven dead in third mass shooting in California this month

The US state of California is reeling from its third mass shooting in eight...

Buzz Aldrin marries for the fourth time at age 93

The former US astronaut Buzz Aldrin has got married for the fourth time on ...

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Carlyn ‘beautiful inside and out’

Carlyn ‘beautiful inside and out’

Glowing tribute was paid to Barbados’ “First Lady of Song”, Carlyn Leacock, by her children Jan Keizer and Debbie Gibson during her Home Going C...

Carlyn Leacock passes away at home

Barbados’ First Lady of Song, Carlyn Leacock, passed away earlier today. ...

Spend wisely during the holidays

Make the most of what you have. That’s the suggestion from chartered a...

Riding the Rollercoaster: Learning During and Post Pandemic

Resurgence: This series of essays curated by the National Cultural Foundati...