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    February 25

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Canadian visitor paralysed after shooting

A Canadian visitor who was shot during a house invasion on Sunday is said to be paralysed from the Read More


Shaky start to crop

The 2020 sugar cane harvest got off to a slow and rocky start yesterday. Read More

Last days of 11-Plus exam?

This year’s sitting of the Barbados Secondary Schools’ Entrance Examination by thousands of primary Read More

Medicinal cannabis sector open to all

Government is promising that no Barbadian will be denied the opportunity to participate in the fledgling Read More


UPDATE: Police name man shot at Bowling Alley

The man involved in last week’s shooting incident with police has been identified as 25-year-old Renaldo Read More


Ministry of Education investing in robotics, schools to get wifi

A major investment in robotics and wifi connectivity in schools were among the initiatives announced Read More

Estimates get underway at new home of Parliament

The Parliament of Barbados made a seamless transition from The City to the temporary location at Worthing Read More

Police move into new station

Police officers on the South Coast are officially operating from the newly constructed Hastings/Worthing Read More



Gunshots at Carnival party being investigated

PORT OF SPAIN – The Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force (TTDF) yesterday said it had launched an investigation Read More


Guyana police probe alleged sexual assault, suicide

GEORGETOWN – Guyana police said they are investigating whether a candidate contesting the March 2 Read More

Five Caribbean countries eligible for United States H-2A and H-2B Visa Programmes

WASHINGTON – The Donald Trump administration in the United States has listed five Caribbean countries Read More

Guyana celebrates 50 years as a Republic

GEORGETOWN – President David Granger has expressed satisfaction with the country’s progress as Guyana Read More


Race for CARIFTA spots

The race to secure a seat on board Team Barbados’ flight bound for the 49th edition of the CARIFTA Read More


U-20s beat Cayman, top group

The Barbados Tridents Under-20 football team topped their group and qualified for the Round of 16 Read More

Boxing medals for Cox and Gittens

Local elite boxers Kimberly Gittens and Charles Cox have again done the island proud in the ring, Read More

Double gold for Titus

Danielle Titus won double gold for Barbados in Peru over the weekend, breaking the championship records Read More


No Holder in T20 squad for Sri Lanka

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – West Indies Test captain Jason Holder was not selected for the T20 International Read More


Estimates debate starts on Monday

Government’s Budget, setting out the Estimates of Expenditure and Revenue for the financial year 2020-2021, Read More


Atherley: Small businesses will suffer

Opposition Leader Bishop Joseph Atherley has charged that the imposition of a two per cent foreign Read More

Straughn: Fee must go on

Government yesterday moved to validate the two per cent fee Barbadians have been paying on credit Read More

Moe: Green spaces good for City people

People living in congested areas in and around Bridgetown will welcome new public green spaces, says Read More


‘Ease off’ NIS-funded projects

Opposition Senator Caswell Franklyn says he does not know how much money the National Insurance Scheme Read More


Stocks hit by coronavirus fears

BEIJING/SEOUL/NEW YORK – The coronavirus death toll climbed to seven in Italy on Monday and several Read More


Facial recognition company in Canadian probe

TORONTO – Canadian privacy authorities have launched an investigation into New York-based Clearview Read More

Barbados off EU grey list

Barbados is off the grey list, which means this country is completely cleared and is no longer being Read More

FCIB earns US$170.5m profit

FirstCaribbean International Bank has recorded a US$170.5 million profit despite challenges in the Read More


Vanessa Bryant suing helicopter company

CALIFORNIA – The widow of United States basketball legend Kobe Bryant is suing the owner of the helicopter Read More


NASA pioneer Johnson dies

Katherine Johnson, the black woman whose mathematical genius took her from a behind-the-scenes job Read More

Mubarak dies at 91

CAIRO – Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, who held power for 30 years until he was ousted in Read More

Vanessa Bryant pays tribute to soulmate Kobe and daughter Gianna

LOS ANGELES – A gallery of basketball legends joined thousands of Kobe Bryant fans in Los Angeles 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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