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    August 11

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Top doc not budging

Acting Chief Medical Officer Dr Kenneth George is standing firm. Read More


In court over Facebook posts

Well known social commentator Patrick King appeared in the District “A” Magistrates’ Court yesterday Read More

Bostic wants nursing school

An appeal is being made for Barbados to establish a nursing school. Minister of Health Jeffrey Read More

Virus cases at 143

A 52-year-old man, who came into the island on a chartered flight yesterday, has tested positive for Read More


What is Malaria?

Malaria is transmitted through the bite of the female Anopheles mosquito. Read More


Ghanaian nurse being treated for malaria

One of the nurses from Ghana is being treated for malaria. Read More

Met Office monitoring system

The Barbados Meteorological Services is monitoring an area of low pressure centred near 10.5N 35W Read More

Family hopeful despite discovery

A St Joseph family is still holding on to some hope that their relative Mark Forde will be found safely Read More



Rowley says PNM won election

Port of Spain – Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley Monday night declared victory for his ruling People’s Read More


Investors showing interest in LIAT, says Browne

St John’s – Prime Minister Gaston Browne says while the situation with the cash-strapped regional Read More

Main party leaders out front in Trinidad and Tobago

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – The leaders of the two main political parties were leading comfortably in Read More

Voting continues after 6 p.m.

Port of Spain – 6 p.m. came and went but the voting continued because there were hundreds of people Read More


Academy CCL U-16 champs

Left-arm spinner Devon Stevenson produced a devastating spell to bowl Franklyn Stephenson Academy Read More


Husbands shines with double

Toronto – Veteran jockey Patrick Husbands rode a double at Woodbine to headline strong Barbadian success Read More

Australia and New Zealand look to 2022 Women’s World Cup

WELLINGTON – New Zealand said on Saturday it could have probably hosted the women’s Cricket World Read More

Mixed fortunes as Bajans slip up

Barbados enjoyed mixed fortunes on the second day of competition in the FIDE Online Chess Olympiad Read More


Rain washes out Masters final

Heavy rain in the south-east of the island and a downpour at 12:20 p.m. yesterday caused the abandonment Read More


Integrity Bill not passed

The Integrity in Public Life Bill, 2020 was defeated in The Senate moments ago. Read More


Senators walk out of afternoon session

Several senators walked out of this afternoon’s sitting of The Senate after Senator Lisa Cummins was Read More

Payne queries removal

Member of Parliament for St Andrew, George Payne, is questioning his removal as Minister of Housing Read More

Central Bank Governor pays tribute to Arthur

Governor of the Central Bank Cleviston Haynes yesterday paid tribute to former Prime Minister Owen Read More


BCCI points to Arthur's contribution to development

"The Barbados Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) joins the nation in mourning the passing of Read More


Zuckerberg grilled about acquisitions

SAN FRANCISCO, WASHINGTON D.C – Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg stumbled at a congressional Read More


Tech hearing postponed

WASHINGTON – A congressional hearing on digital marketplace competition featuring the chief executives Read More

American Airlines, JetBlue partnership

New York - A new American Airlines and JetBlue partnership will allow the airlines to sell seats on Read More

Day to support Black businesses in Barbados

Barbadians joined others around the world in celebrating Blackout Day today, but it is too soon to Read More


Lebanon's government resigns

Beirut – Lebanon’s prime minister announced the government’s resignation on Monday, saying a huge Read More


Redundancy 'stressful, upsetting'

London - The number of firms that notified the government in June about plans to cut 20 or more jobs Read More

Red Cross sends volunteers to help North Korea

Seoul - The Red Cross has sent more than 43 000 volunteers to North Korea, including to the locked-down Read More

Hong Kong media boss under arrest

Hong Kong - Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai was arrested on Monday under Beijing’s new national security Read More


Harper's Bazaar zooms in on Rihanna

She has taken the music, fashion and beauty industries by storm. And Rihanna used her platform Read More


Ellen promises better culture on set

LOS ANGELES – Ellen DeGeneres sent an emotional message to the staff of her television talk show saying Read More


Oprah to tackle racism in new series

LOS ANGELES – Oprah Winfrey is returning to her talk show format with a new series on Apple TV+, whose Read More


Is enough done to mark Emancipation Day in Barbados?