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    June 17

  • 07:42 PM


Vauxhall resident charged with killing

Police have made a breakthrough into one of the island’s latest murders. They arrested and charged Read More


Windies slip in standings

West Indies slipped a little further below the drop zone after losing to Bangladesh today at Taunton. Read More

Common Entrance results announced

Brandon Squires and Adriel Bayrd are the top performers in this year's Barbados Secondary Schools’ Read More

AG: We are focused on gun fight

ATTORNEY GENERAL Dale Marshall says he won’t let Democratic Labour Party (DLP) president Verla De Read More


WATCH: Common Entrance Press Conference

Click HERE to watch the Barbados Secondary School Entrance Examination Results Press Conference. Read More


Westmoreland road impassable

An accident along Westmoreland, St James, this morning resulted in downed power lines, leaving the Read More

Father’s nightmare

PETER PETER did not imagine he would be having a Father’s Day minus his last child and only son. But Read More

Island constables cry out

ISLAND CONSTABLES say that for too long they have been working under poor conditions of service, and Read More



Trinidad murder toll at 235

THREE more men have fallen victim to gun violence after they were shot and killed in two separate Read More


Guyana PM tells IMF all is well

GEORGETOWN - Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo told a high-level mission from the International Monetary Read More

Cuban official to visit Barbados

Cuba’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Bruno Rodriguez Parilla, will make an official visit to Barbados. Read More

Dominicans told not to panic about quakes

ROSEAU, Dominica – The Office of Disaster Management (ODM) says Dominicans should not be overly concerned Read More


West Indies score 321 against Bangladesh

Barbadian Shai Hope featured in two key partnerships as West Indies set Bangladesh 322 for victory Read More


Record field for primary v-ball

A RECORD 13 primary schools will take to the courts in the Wildey Gymnasium from 9:15 a.m. today to Read More

WI down, but not out

IT’S NOT “do or die” for West Indies, but captain Jason Holder is hoping to celebrate his 100th One-Day Read More

Pogba hints at move from ManU

TOKYO – Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba suggested on Sunday that he could be open to a move Read More


$8 000 to kill ‘Big Papi’

SANTA DOMINGO – The alleged shooter of David Ortiz has been arrested along with four others in a group Read More


Hike in minimum wage likely

The minimum wage could be going up. Minister of Labour Colin Jordan said the increase was being considered Read More


White Oak the right choice

Government is standing behind its decision to acquire the services of financial advisers White Oak. Read More

Polyclinics for the poor

Let common sense prevail! This was the plea from Minister of Health and Wellness Jeffrey Bostic Read More

BLP reports progress in several ministries

The idea of new islands, a new depot, Cabinet supporting the implementation of a cannabis programme Read More


Duguid's report

Hundreds of people clad in red descended on Carlisle Car Park, The City, as the Barbados Labour Party Read More


$20 000 in hand

DECADE-LONG CRIES were replaced with smiles yesterday as hundreds of policyholders in collapsed insurance Read More


Tourism concessions hard to come by

Members of the Barbados Hotel & Tourism Association are frustrated over not being able to access the Read More

Jamaican group completes take-over of Trinidad insurance company

KINGSTON – The National Commercial Bank Financial Group (NCBFG) says it has “successfully completed” Read More

Government ‘losing out’ on taxes

Construction companies must pay their taxes. With new multimillion-dollar construction projects Read More


Sudan's Bashir charged with corruption, in first appearance since April

KHARTOUM - Sudan’s ex-president Omar al-Bashir was charged with corruption-related offences on Sunday, Read More


Sea of protesters in Hong Kong

HONG KONG - Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam apologised on Sunday as hundreds of thousands of black-clad Read More

Knox back in Italy

ROME – Amanda Knox, back in Italy for the first time since her 2015 murder acquittal, broke down in Read More

Sunday protests in Hong Kong

Protesters in Hong Kong have vowed to push ahead with a rally on Sunday, despite the government's Read More


AKIL – not just a father

Akil Ifill believes there’s a “distinct difference” between being a father and being a dad. As children Read More


Not the end of road for Veronica

AT 36, Jamaican athlete Veronica Campbell-Brown has not thrown in the towel. However, the eight-time Read More


Gabrielle’s tough journey brings bundle of joy

Gabrielle Cumberbatch has been on a whirlwind of a journey to becoming a medical doctor. A journey Read More


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