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    February 25

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Sorry Dems

24 February 2020

HOW MANY MORE TIMES must the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) apologise to Barbados, some party members asked yesterday. Read More

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Hard start for Lead Pipe

23 February 2020

Barbadian soca star Lead Pipe (Osvaldo Reid) had a rough start to his debut solo International Soca Monarch appearance, on Friday, at the Queen’s Park Savannah in Trinidad. Read More

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Meeting for BYAC postponed

23 February 2020

The meeting for parents and guardians of people selected for the next intake of the Barbados Youth Advance Corps, scheduled for today at the Lester Vaughan School, has been postponed. Read More

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BTMI in contact with victim’s family

23 February 2020

The Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. (BTMI) is in contact with the family of 65-year-old Kenneth Elliott, who was shot in the left shoulder during a home invasion last night. Read More

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Rihanna ‘Tell your friends to pull up’

23 February 2020

Rihanna accepted the President’s Award at the 51st NAACP Image Awards on Saturday. Read More

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Canadian visitor shot during home invasion

23 February 2020

An elderly Canadian visitor was shot in the left shoulder at his home about 9:25 p.m. last night. Read More

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Bank Fees Check

23 February 2020

Amid complaints of rising fees to maintain a bank account, Central Bank Governor Cleviston Haynes is assuring Barbadians that efforts are afoot to update the guidance policy for the industry in short order. Read More

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Bajans urged to wear sunglasses

23 February 2020

As a thick concentration of Saharan dust haze progresses across the Atlantic, optometrist Chantelle McPhie is urging Barbadians to wear sunglasses. Read More

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14 new trailers to help speed up crop

23 February 2020

Barbados’ 2020 sugar cane harvest will start tomorrow. Read More

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Scouts and guides remember founding father

22 February 2020

More than 1 300 participants of youth organisations marched for unity yesterday to commemorate the founding father of their organisations. Read More

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Parliament moving to Worthing

22 February 2020

The Parliament of Barbados will be operating from a new home on Monday. Read More

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PM defends hike in allowances

22 February 2020

NASSAU – Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said he was once placed in “an embarrassing situation” in Brussels where he had to borrow a credit card from someone to pay a hotel bill as he defended the decision of his administration to increase the travel allowances for... Read More

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Kooyman ‘not about price war’

21 February 2020

Kooyman has opened its US$40 million megastore with a dismissal of suggestions its presence here will hurt smaller competitors in the hardware and building materials business. Read More

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Kamau’s final chapter

21 February 2020

In life, Kamau Brathwaite was quiet in his genius, but the noise about his tremendous breadth of work as poet, academic and builder of a consciousness of their African heritage among Caribbean people, reverberated through James Street Methodist Church in the tributes... Read More

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Straughn: No online tax twice

21 February 2020

Barbadians will not be paying taxes twice when online international companies start collecting value-added tax (VAT). Read More

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Mottley calls for regional summit on crime

21 February 2020

The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has called for a regional summit to tackle issues related to crime and violence, which are now being described as “public health disorders”. Read More

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Venezuelans sent to Dodds

21 February 2020

They fled the crisis in Venezuela and were trying to send back money for their families, said two men fro Read More

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Speightstown cruise pier plan

21 February 2020

Minister of Maritime Affairs Kirk Humphrey regards cruise facilities in Speightstown as part of “a solution” to Barbados’ tourism product. Read More

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Govt open to ideas for Glendairy

21 February 2020

Government will be seeking proposals for the use of the old Glendairy property. Read More

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Traffic changes for City demolition

20 February 2020

The junction of Fairchild Street and Probyn Street is temporarily restricted as a result of the demolition of the "Old" NIS Building, says the Barbados Tourism Investment Inc. Read More

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Murder accused remanded

20 February 2020

The two men charged with the murder of tattoo artist Shaquille Toppin were remanded to HMP Dodds until March 19. Read More

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