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Call for vaccine inquiry

Opposition Leader Bishop Joseph Atherley wants Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley to start an official...
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Ministry asks Muslims to close mosques

The Ministry of Health yesterday asked the Muslim community to stop all services at mosques and...
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Clarke: Save country from ruin

Outgoing chairman of the Barbados Private Sector Association (BPSA), Edward Clarke, has made a...
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Bid to have Appeal Court judge recused

Bid to have Appeal Court judge recused


Attorneys for lawyer Philip Nicholls launched a bid yesterday to get one of the Appeal Court judges recused from the panel. In addition, Queen’s Counsel Sir Elliott Mottley, who is representing Nicholls in association with attorneys Laura Read and...

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Mia: Diaspora can help us fight virus

Mia: Diaspora can help us fight virus


Barbados is appealing to its diaspora to join the battle at home against the deadly COVID-19 virus, which has so far taken 63 lives. Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley told medical, nursing and other health care professionals assembled by the Barbado...

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Angry patients assault QEH staff

Angry patients assault QEH staff


In just the last week, more than three medical practitioners at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) have been physically assaulted. One nurse was punched in the chest by an angry patient, a doctor was hit in the face, and a nursing practitioner ass...

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Grenada announces new measures for burial of COVID-19 victims

Grenada announces new measures for burial of COVID-19 victims

St Georges – Grenada Monday announced new measures regarding the burial of persons who have succumbed to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as the ...

Organisations collaborate for healthier, safer tourism

Castries – The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) says it ha...

Skerrit commends Cuba and Venezuela for help in COVID fight

MEXICO CITY, Mexico – As he gave special thanks to the governments of Cub...

Regional trade unions reject LIAT offer

ROSEAU, Dominica – Regional trade unions representing former employees of...

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People’s Champ should take Classic

People’s Champ should take Classic

People’s Champ, the emphatic winner of last month’s Barbados Guineas, will today become the hunted. The colt, owned by Kids Syndicate and Steph...

Respects paid to Grosvenor

Scores of footballers streamed into the Barbados Football Association’s A...

Off The Post 5: FIFA rankings and Champions League fixtures

This week, Renaldo Pee Wee Gilkes and host Nick Maitland discuss the FIFA r...

Walcott surges into Century Mile lead

Barbadian jockey Rico Walcott made it a memorable weekend in the saddle for...

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Atherley declines invitation to join meeting with IMF

Atherley declines invitation to join meeting with IMF

Opposition Leader Bishop Joseph Atherley has turned down an invitation to participate in an International Monetary Fund (IMF) meeting with the Standin...

Moe returns to Senate

Government Senator Lucille Moe has called for an adjustment to the regulati...

Peter Phillips reassigned

Member of Parliament for St Lucy, Peter Phillips, is on the move once again...

Do more to reduce prices, Government told

Government can and must do more to reduce prices in Barbados, says Oppositi...

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Bajans urged to plan for retirement

Bajans urged to plan for retirement

AS THE COUNTRY grapples with a surge in COVID-19 cases, Barbadians are being urged not to put retirement savings on the back burner. Stephen Robins...

Small business head calls for ‘nimble’ response to COVID crisis

Head of the Small Business Association (SBA), Senator Dr Lynette Holder, is...

Boeing says air travel to return to pre-pandemic levels by 2024

Washington – The plane maker Boeing says it expects that it will take ano...

$10 ATM fee a mistake, says Republic

A bank says it has solved an issue that stunned some automatic teller machi...

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Backlog of cargo ships at California ports

Backlog of cargo ships at California ports

Washington - A large backlog of cargo ships is stuck outside two of America's biggest ports, in the latest sign of the supply chain disruption hitting...

Hundreds more evacuated as La Palma volcano lava nears sea

La Palma – An erupting volcano on La Palma in the Spanish Canary Islands ...

US probing treatment of Haitian migrants in Texas

Texas - Images which appear to show border agents on horseback driving migr...

Trudeau wins election, but Liberals fall short of majority

Ottawa - Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party has narrowly won Canada's election,...

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Report: Over 41 million cases of dementia go undiagnosed

Report: Over 41 million cases of dementia go undiagnosed

• 75 per cent of all dementia cases go undiagnosed across the globe, up to 90 percent in low-middle-income-countries • Clinician stigma still a m...

Sydney Burnett-Alleyne dies

Barbadian Sydney Burnett-Alleyne has died. It was reported that he passe...

Olivier Cox laid to rest

Late founder and principal of the former Metropolitan High School Olivier C...

Sweatpants spark ‘racist debate’

Washington – High end fashion label Balenciaga has been accused of cultur...