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    August 19

  • 01:33 PM


City road closed

Workmen are carrying out extensive road rehabilitation work in King Williams Street off of River Road, Read More


New dengue fears

WASHINGTON – The Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) is warning of what it describes as “the complex Read More

Water fury

Some rural Barbadians who have had to contend with persistent water shortages, are fed up with depending Read More

Dems ‘gearing up’

A year after being catapulted up the ranks to raise the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) from the ashes, Read More


Safety first, warns cop

Operators of public service vehicles (PSVs) are being advised to exercise extreme caution as they Read More


Sour deal

Some overseas visitors have been leaving Barbados’ sweetest summer festival with a bitter taste in Read More

130 bus target

The Transport Board will have 115 buses available by the first week in September – in time for the Read More

Two ex-BAICO workers get OK to file case

Former British American Insurance Company (Barbados) Limited (BAICO) employees have made a major breakthrough Read More



New dengue fears

WASHINGTON – The Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) is warning of what it describes as “the complex Read More


Unharmed children found among dead

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Police are investigating the discovery of two children, including an eight Read More

Virgin Atlantic eyeing Guyana market

GEORGETOWN – The Guyana government says the United Kingdom based Virgin Atlantic Airline is interested Read More

Antigua and Barbuda worried over new immigration policy

ST JOHN’S – The Antigua and Barbuda government is describing as “frightening” the new United States Read More


WI going all out

ST JOHN’S – West Indies captain Jason Holder is determined to get a positive result from the upcoming Read More


Tyrell, Andrea come out on top

Tyrell Forde mastered the men’s physique and Andrea Cumberbatch ruled the bikini fitness stage, but Read More

Blake blasts back with 100m Diamond League win, eyes world champs

BIRMINGHAM, England – Former world champion Yohan Blake of Jamaica edged Britain’s Adam Gemili in Read More

Bale to stay at Real Madrid

VIGO – Coach Zinedine Zidane said Gareth Bale will remain at Real Madrid this season after the Wales Read More


Regional cricket awards tomorrow

ST JOHN’s, Antigua – The 7th Annual CWI/WIPA Awards will be held in Antigua on August 19 at the Sandals Read More


What about foreign debt? DLP asks

The Democratic Labour Party (DLP) wants answers about Barbados’ foreign debt policy. President Verla Read More


Shortlist of proposed judges soon with PM

The names of those recommended to become new judges in Barbados should go to Prime Minister Mia Mottley Read More

President of Kenya to make official visit

The president of Kenya will be making an official visit to Barbados next month. Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, Read More

Foreign currency accounts soon available for locals

Barbadians will soon be able to have local foreign currency accounts. Minister in the Ministry of Read More


Delegation to recruit nurses from Ghana next month

A six-member team will leave Barbados next month to start the recruitment of nurses in Ghana. But Read More


VIDEO: The rights of consumers

Businesses have been warned not to place consumers at a disadvantage when selling products. Read More


VAT on transactions delayed again

Government’s planned introduction of value added tax (VAT) on online transactions has been delayed Read More

Investors’ confidence ‘coming back’

ONE OF Barbados’ leading investment firms has seen a positive shift in local investor confidence. Read More

Rock Hard CCJ decision in cement case

IT’S ROCK HARD for the final win in the region’s cement war. Read More


Islamic State claims Afghan wedding blast as families bury the dead

KABUL – The Islamic State militant group claimed responsibility on Sunday for a suicide blast at a Read More


Hong Kong protesters throng streets peacefully in pouring rain

HONG KONG – Hundreds of thousands of anti-government protesters rallied peacefully in Hong Kong on Read More

UK faces food, fuel and drugs shortages in no-deal Brexit

LONDON – Britain will face shortages of fuel, food and medicine if it leaves the European Union without Read More

Sudanese army and civilians seal interim power-sharing deal

KHARTOUM – Sudan’s main opposition coalition and the ruling military council on Saturday signed a Read More


April set on giving back

April Forde at 24 has a bachelor’s degree, two master’s degrees and is a member of the British Psychological Read More


SOCIAL SCENE: Japanese get familiar with Barbados

Japanese Ambassador Teruhiko Shinada and his wife Dragana Mitrovic-Shinada shared Bajan-style hospitality Read More


Nathalie wins with tea

When Nathalie Nicole Smith graduated from Howard University, she knew that struggling through life Read More


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