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PSVs aboard

18 September 2020

The days of public service vehicles (PSV) lining the road outside the Speightstown Terminal may soon be over. Read More


No new virus cases today, one recovery

18 September 2020

One person will be discharged from the isolation facility at Harrison Point, St Lucy, today after recovering from novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Read More


Swim For Life certificates to be collected

18 September 2020

Parents and guardians of children who participated in the Swim For Life Camp from August 10 to September 4 are asked to collect their certificates from the National Sports Council, Garfield Sobers Sports Complex, Wildey, St Michael. Read More


Jurors to report for duty on September 22

18 September 2020

All jurors assigned to Supreme Court No. 3 presided over by Justice Carlisle Greaves are asked to report for jury duty on Tuesday, September 22, at 9 a.m., instead of Monday, September 21. Any inconvenience caused is regretted. (BGIS) Read More


Accused denies murdering woman

18 September 2020

Accused Andrew Harclyde Pollard could not remember the day or month he started “talking to” Onicka Gulliver and he denied going to her house on the night she disappeared six years ago. Read More


School push is on

18 September 2020

The push is on to get schools ready for the new term, which begins Monday, but for one school it is looking like the middle of next month before physical classes can resume. Read More


UPDATE: Man in police custody after stabbing incident in The City

17 September 2020

A man is in police custody after an altercation with a business owner in The City earlier today. Read More


Flash-flood warning for Central and Eastern districts

17 September 2020

A flash-flood warning is in effect for Central and Eastern districts until 6 p.m. today or sooner if conditions warrant. Read More


Elderly man stabbed in The City

17 September 2020

An elderly man was stabbed in The City earlier this afternoon. Read More


13 years for callous killing

17 September 2020

An air of callousness. Read More


Plea to parents

17 September 2020

Minister of Education Santia Bradshaw is urging parents to help make the restart of school as seamless as possible when classes resume next week after a six-month break. Read More


Dark Hole road closed

16 September 2020

The Ministry of Transport Works and Water Resources advises the public that Dark Hole, St Joseph will closed from Thursday, September 17 until next week Friday. Read More


Another child tests positive for COVID

16 September 2020

An eight-year-old female visitor, who arrived on British Airways on Tuesday, tested positive for COVID-19 and is now in isolation. Read More


Small craft advisory

16 September 2020

A small craft advisory will be in effect for Barbados from 6 p.m. Wednesday until 6 p.m. the following day. Read More


Take steps to ensure safety, says fire officer

16 September 2020

The Barbados Fire Service (BFS) is urging residents in flood-prone areas to put plans in place to evacuate early, where possible. Read More


New option to self-isolate

16 September 2020

People who test positive for novel coronavirus (COVID-19) after arriving in Barbados are now being given the option to self-isolate at designated properties at their own expense. Read More


Dame Sandra shares recovery plan

16 September 2020

Government plans to implement stimulus packages to rebuild the economy that was crippled by novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Read More


‘Fair’ progress

16 September 2020

By mid-October, Phase 1 of the Fairchild Street Market Village will be completed, and close to 50 food and beverage vendors who were displaced by the closure of two markets in The City will have a new space to ply their trade. Read More


17 years for killing Baxters Road bar owner

16 September 2020

The young man who pumped several shots into popular Baxters Road bar owner Colin Forde as he tried to hang on to his jewellery was sentenced to 17 years in prison for manslaughter yesterday. Read More


Updated travel protocol effective September 19

15 September 2020

Effective Saturday, September 19, everyone arriving in Barbados from a country designated as high or medium risk for novel coronavirus (COVID-19) will be required to travel with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result. Read More


Homeless man dies in The City

15 September 2020

A homeless man said to be in his 50s, died in the area of Carlisle House in Bridgetown around 7 this morning. Read More


Instead of an announcement via the Throne Speech, should Barbadians decide via referendum whether the country becomes a republic?