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    September 22

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More showers and high swells expected

It's going to be rainy day in Barbados. While the centre of Tropical Storm Karen is moving through Read More

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Lots of work still to be done

Rebuilding Dominica has brought smiles to the faces of hundreds of people in the Nature Isle. But, Read More

Tropical Storm Karen forms, wind advisory in effect for Barbados

The strong tropical wave which were being monitored over the past couple of days, has been upgraded Read More

Ongoing probe at Transport Board

The Royal Barbados Police Force is satisfied that something wrong occurred at the Transport Board Read More

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CPL buzz

Whether it rains on the parade of the Biggest Party In Town or not, hundreds of Twenty20 cricket fans Read More

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Gender issues a ‘factor in paternity’

Paternity leave will become a reality in Barbados, but any conversation on the matter has to go further Read More

PM calls for sea bridges

If Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley could get her way, Caribbean countries would be linked by sea bridges Read More

Met Office still monitoring tropical wave

The high surf advisory and small craft warning issued by the Barbados Meteorological Services earlier Read More

MULTIMEDIA

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Bahamas government denies ill-treatment of Haitians

NASSAU – The Bahamas government has refuted allegations that non-nationals are being mistreated in Read More

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Former IMF head praises Jamaica

KINGSTON – The former Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Christine Lagarde, Read More

Facebook warning from St Lucia PM

CASTRIES – Prime Minister Allen Chastanet yesterday alerted St Lucians to a fake Facebook profile Read More

Completion of IMF agreements a major achievement, says Holness

KINGSTON – Prime Minister Andrew Holness says Jamaica’s successful completion of financial arrangements Read More

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CPL buzz

Whether it rains on the parade of the Biggest Party In Town or not, hundreds of Twenty20 cricket fans Read More

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Tridents up for unbeaten Warriors

Buoyed by Friday night’s crushing victory over St Lucia Zouks, Barbados Tridents will be looking to Read More

RT13 a success, says promoter

Chief executive officer of the Professional Road Tennis Association (PRTA) Dale Clarke has contended Read More

Tridents triumph over Zouks

It was a tale of two Powerplays as Barbados Tridents gave their 2019 Hero Caribbean Premier League Read More

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Bellamy eyeing new challenge

South African ultra-endurance athlete Cameron Bellamy is targetting another swim marathon. Read More

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Bajans won’t be left out of medicinal cannabis industry

Barbados will be poised to take advantage of various opportunities within the growing global medicinal Read More

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‘Put energy in Bajan hands’

Opposition Senator Caswell Franklyn is urging Government to give Barbadians control of the energy Read More

No evidence of intruder

There is no evidence to suggest there was an intruder when British visitor Natalie Crichlow was burnt Read More

Investigations continue into missing couple

The Royal Barbados Police Force is still investigating American couple Magdalena Devil and Oscar Suarez Read More

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What about foreign debt? DLP asks

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

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Former IMF head praises Jamaica

KINGSTON – The former Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Christine Lagarde, Read More

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Guyana welcomes non-stop flight by JetBlue

GEORGETOWN – The Guyana government on Tuesday welcomed the announcement by the United States-based Read More

Butterfield axes jobs in Bermuda and Cayman Islands

HAMILTON, Bermuda – The Bermuda-based Butterfield Bank says it is sending home 22 workers at its operations Read More

BCCI chief concerned about communications network

President of the Barbados Chamber of Commerce & Industry (BCCI) Tricia Tannis has expressed concern Read More

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Biden urges investigation into Trump Ukraine call

DES MOINES, Iowa/WASHINGTON – Former United States vice president Joe Biden, a frontrunner for the Read More

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Inspired by Greta Thunberg, worldwide protest demands climate action

NEW YORK – Millions of young people flooded the streets of cities around the world on Friday to demand Read More

Trudeau vows to continue campaign amid blackface scandal

OTTAWA – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau vowed to continue his re-election campaign and asked Read More

UK parliament suspension not a matter for judges, PM’s lawyer says

LONDON – Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend parliament is not a matter for judges and was not done Read More

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SOCIAL SCENE: Former Headteacher feted

Former Headteacher Carl Springer celebrated his 90th Birthday with charm and style on the beautiful Read More

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Tricia’s call to mend the broken

At a time when countless families are falling apart and many young people are experiencing various Read More

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BDFSP no joke to captain Jules

He does not make sport when it comes to sports. In fact, Captain Michael Jules is so serious about Read More

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