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    January 25

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CDB banking on youth

24 January 2020

A regional financial institution will be banking more on the success of young people during the next five years. Read More


Ministry finds classrooms for L.T. Gay students

24 January 2020

Students in Class 1 to 3 at Lawrence T. Gay Memorial Primary School will be back to school next week. Read More


Not mutiny, says ex PRO

24 January 2020

A former public relations officer of the Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT), who has led the way into forcing a no-confidence motion against president Sean Spencer, is hoping a special general meeting of the union can be fast-tracked. Read More


‘Weak pace’ of growth for 2020

24 January 2020

Caribbean economist Marla Dukharan expects the Barbados economy to grow this year. Read More


Backlog ease ‘by monthend’

24 January 2020

Comptroller of Customs Owen Holder is giving Barbadians the assurance that by next Friday, the backlog in clearing containers at the Bridgetown Port should be considerably reduced. Read More


MISSING: Obrien Decoursey White

23 January 2020

The Royal Barbados Police Force is seeking the assistance of the public in locating missing man, Obrien Decoursey White. Read More


Geriatric Hospital to go

23 January 2020

The Geriatric Hospital in Beckles Road, St Michael, will one day be no more. Read More


Pompeo: Be wary of Chinese investment

23 January 2020

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The United States on Wednesday urged Caribbean countries to be wary of accepting “easy money from countries like China” as Washington sought to improve its decades old relationship with the region. Read More


Stay calm, don’t panic!

23 January 2020

Barbadians have been told that the new strain of coronavirus – which is responsible for around 20 deaths in Wuhan, China, and resulted ina quarantine of the entire city – is no immediate threat to the island. Read More


Repeal buggery law, priest urges

23 January 2020

An Anglican minister says it is time to repeal the buggery law in Barbados. Read More


Ghana nurses now due next month

23 January 2020

Barbados’ health system will have to wait just a bit longer before it receives that injection of Ghanaian nurses. Read More


Joseph to be screened in Africa and America

22 January 2020

Joseph, the movie produced by Barbadian film makers Step By Step Productions (SBS), is opening in 43 cinemas across West Africa this week. Read More


Youth leaders discussing issues affecting them

22 January 2020

Young people want economic empowerment, but that will not come without some sacrifice. Read More


Dems: We’re a government in waiting

21 January 2020

Democratic Labour Party (DLP) members and supporters went down memory lane yesterday. Read More


Scholarships in memory of National Hero

21 January 2020

Government is recognising Errol Barrow’s contribution to education with the annual award of three special scholarships on Errol Barrow Day. Read More


Pompeo arrives in Jamaica for round-table talks

21 January 2020

KINGSTON - United States (US) Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, arrived in the island on Tuesday for a two-day working visit. Read More


Man injured in morning shooting

21 January 2020

A man was shot while driving through his neighbourhood this morning. Read More


Education for all in Barbados

21 January 2020

BRIDGETOWN – A new study by the UN children’s fund, UNICEF, has found that Barbados ensures that education is funded equally between the richest and poorest households. Read More


Parents stand by St Alban’s

21 January 2020

Despite a few calls for increased security, parents of children attending St Alban’s Primary School are standing firm behind the school. Read More


Facing fear of failure

21 January 2020

Failure is a part of learning and nothing to be afraid of, says Barbadian and West Indies cricketer Jason Holder. It is equally important to “strike a balance” and develop coping mechanisms to deal with failure and success. Read More


Grace Hill move gets thumbs up

21 January 2020

The Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT) and some parents are happy Class 4 students of Lawrence T. Gay Memorial Primary School are back in the classroom. Read More


Is enough being done to eliminate backyard burning?