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UPDATE: School closed after fatal shooting

16 January 2020

St Alban’s Primary School is closed today after a man was shot and killed while dropping off his son. Read More


Day 3 of Donville Inniss trial

16 January 2020

The trial of former government minister Donville Inniss enters the third day in a New York court today. Read More


Fatal shooting near school

16 January 2020

A man was shot dead in the vicinity of the St Alban’s Primary School this morning. Read More


French conducting research in Barbadian waters

16 January 2020

The French Institute for the Exploitation of the Sea (IFREMER) has been granted permission to conduct a scientific campaign in the Caribbean Sea, from January 10 to February 29, 2020. Read More


School’s out at L.T. Gay

15 January 2020

THE Lawrence T. Gay Memorial Primary School will remain closed for the rest of the week, but the Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT) is satisfied that the Ministry of Education is addressing the school’s concerns. Read More


Atherley: Focus on critical areas

15 January 2020

LEADER of the Opposition Bishop Joseph Atherley has put electoral and constitutional reform high on the list of matters on which he plans to focus this year. Read More


Two plead guilty to murder

15 January 2020

AS BARBADOS CONTINUES its move away from the mandatory death penalty, another legal first was created yesterday in the No. 3 Supreme Court. Read More


Lawrence T. Gay school closed for rest of the week

15 January 2020

The Lawrence T. Gay Memorial Primary School will remain closed for the rest of the week while the Ministry of Education, Technological and Vocational Training looks for an alternative venue. Read More


More environmental issues at L.T. Gay

15 January 2020

Members of staff at the Lawrence T. Gay Memorial Primary School should at this time be meeting with officials of the Ministry of Education Technological and Vocational Training. Read More


Atherley still wants answers on White Oak

15 January 2020

Leader of the Opposition Bishop Joseph Atherley has again called on Government to give answers on the selection of White Oak, the company retained to advise on Barbados’ local and foreign debt restructuring exercise. Read More


Inniss ‘would not be tried’ under local law

15 January 2020

As far as the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) is concerned, embattled member Donville Inniss should not be on trial. Read More


Mum, son buried in single casket

15 January 2020

Nioca Howard and her son Nico Roach were inseparable in life – and that did not change in death. Read More


Government digging for corruption

15 January 2020

Government has contracted an English law firm to help it find evidence of corruption. Read More


Family struggling after fire

15 January 2020

Fire has left a family of six struggling to find a home. Read More


Meeting with the Prime Minister to share ideas

14 January 2020

Barbadians will get an opportunity to share their ideas with Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley about how to transform this island. Read More


Wanted man held on murder charge

14 January 2020

A 27-year-old man who was the subject of a wanted notice was charged with a murder which occurred more than a year ago. Read More


Inniss to know fate soon

14 January 2020

Donville Inniss should know his fate by Thursday as both the prosecution and the defence in his money laundering trial closed their cases today. Read More


Shooting in New Orleans

14 January 2020

Armed police are on the scene at the junction of 4th and 5th Avenue, New Orleans, St Michael, investigating claims of a shooting. Read More


Nude beachgoer admitted to Psychiatric Hospital

14 January 2020

The nude woman in viral videos circulated yesterday is now in the care of the Psychiatric Hospital. Read More


Felix retires as chief labour officer

14 January 2020

Chief Labour Officer Victor Felix spent his last day on the job on December 31, and proceeded on pre-retirement leave until March 8. Read More


Children of Israel out to ‘wake up’ Bajans

14 January 2020

Just across the water in Independence Square where slaves were auctioned about 400 years ago, a group was spreading the word yesterday to the ‘Children of Israel’ in Barbados to change their lives. Read More


Is enough being done to eliminate backyard burning?