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Doc: Surgery not the cause

Principal surgeon at Surgical Solutions Inc., Dr Sahle Griffith, said he agonised for months that...
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SSA work stoppage over union dues

The Unity Workers’ Union (UWU) will be seeking an audience with Minister of Environment Adrian...
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Restoring order the mission

Over the next three months, the Barbados Police Service, in conjunction with the Barbados Defence...
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PM: Natural disaster clause the way to go

PM: Natural disaster clause the way to go


Natural disaster and pandemic clauses should be included in all loan agreements, Prime Minister Mia Mottley told regional leaders yesterday. Delivering the feature remarks at the Caribbean Conference on Comprehensive Disaster Management at Savanna...

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NIS reform guide going to Cabinet soon

NIS reform guide going to Cabinet soon


After extensive consultations and suggestions from expert groups and individual Barbadians, Government will soon be presented with recommendations to reform the National Insurance Scheme (NIS). Deputy chairman of the NIS Rawdon Adams, who is headi...

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An accident, says murder accused

An accident, says murder accused


Murder accused Jarviston Thorne yesterday admitted he was pursuing Kadeem Wilfred in his truck because he intended to “put some licks” in him, and take him to the police after the teenager pelted his truck with stones. But with tears in his voice,...

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Skerrit promises to forge ahead with plans

Skerrit promises to forge ahead with plans

Roseau – Roosevelt Skerrit was sworn in Wednesday as the Prime Minister of Dominica for a record six consecutive term, promising to forge ahead with...

Jamaica reintroduces SOEs in several parishes as murders increase

Kingston – The Jamaica government on Tuesday announced the re-imposition ...

‘No quick fix’ for high prices

CARICOM’s plan to reduce the region’s food import bill by 25 per cent b...

Skerrit’s DLP cruises to victory in Dominica

Roseau – The ruling Dominica Labour Party (DLP) has been returned to powe...

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Ares favoured to win

Ares favoured to win

Today’s featured Barbados Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association (BTBA) Breeders’ Stakes and Trophy over 1 800 metres at the Garrison Savannah promi...

Luis Enrique resigns after World Cup loss

Luis Enrique has left his role as Spain boss after they were knocked out of...

Strong test for Dominus

The superior sprinting ability of Dominus will get a stern examination tomo...

Bach: Sanctions must remain against Russia and Belarus

Sporting sanctions against Russia and Belarus must remain, says the preside...

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Reservoir to be built at Balls Plantation

Reservoir to be built at Balls Plantation

A new reservoir is to be constructed at Balls Plantation in Christ Church. The House of Assembly yesterday approved a resolution that will allow Go...

PSV pressure

Charging that the Public Sector Vehicle (PSV) culture has been plaguing Bar...

Government seeks to reallow issuing of heavy duty licences for under age 25

Government is seeking to right what it considers a wrong by reversing a sec...

Former MP Wendell Callender passes

Wendell Callender, a former Member of Parliament for Christ Church East wit...

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Three Canadian parents file suit against Fortnite

Three Canadian parents file suit against Fortnite

A Canadian judge has approved a class-action lawsuit brought by three parents who say their children became addicted to video game Fortnite. The pl...

NIS reform guide going to Cabinet soon

After extensive consultations and suggestions from expert groups and indivi...

Hundreds showed up for Wyndham Grand job fair

The Daphne Joseph-Hackett Theatre in Queen's Park, The City, was transforme...

New money has better security features, says Governor

Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados, Cleviston Haynes, is confident ab...

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Three Canadian parents file suit against Fortnite

Three Canadian parents file suit against Fortnite

A Canadian judge has approved a class-action lawsuit brought by three parents who say their children became addicted to video game Fortnite. The pl...

Peru president impeached and new leader sworn in

Peru has a female president for the first time, after ex-president Pedro Ca...

Germany arrests 25 “plotters”

Twenty-five people have been arrested in raids across Germany on suspicion ...

Ramaphosa in more trouble

South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa is fighting back after being p...

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Diabetics told to take NCD seriously

Diabetics told to take NCD seriously

People in Barbados who have been diagnosed with diabetes have been advised to take it seriously and pay more attention to their health. President o...

Bajan Firefighters Charity continues smoke alarm drive

More than 30 householders are in line to get smoke alarms as the Bajan Fire...

Changing attitudes to tattoos in Barbados

Tattooing in Barbados is gradually becoming less taboo and more accepted by...

Bishop Emeritus Malcom Galt passes in Trinidad

The Most Rev Bishop Malcolm Patrick Galt CSSp, the second Roman Catholic Bi...