Condividi

Pooran looks to “refocus” and bounce back from patchy form

Pooran looks to “refocus” and bounce back from patchy form


Dubai – West Indies vice-captain Nicholas Pooran brushed off concerns about his patchy form and remained confident of playing a major role in the team’s success during the ICC Men’s Twenty20 World Cup, which opens on Sunday in the United Arab Emirate...

Condividi

Mottley’s tribute to Lord Radio

Mottley’s tribute to Lord Radio


Prime Minister Mia Mottley today paid tribute to Lord Radio, lauding him for the contribution he made to the tourism and entertainment sectors in Barbados. Lord Radio, who was born Oliver Broome in St Peter, passed away early Saturday morning at a...

Condividi

INTERPOL Caribbean office set up in Barbados

INTERPOL Caribbean office set up in Barbados


Law enforcement across the region stands to receive a major boost with the establishment of an INTERPOL Caribbean Liaison Office. It was officially launched today with the signing of the formal agreement between the Government of Barbados and INTE...

Condividi

First CARICOM/Africa Summit in September

First CARICOM/Africa Summit in September


BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – The first ever Caribbean Community (CARICOM)-African Summit will take place virtually on September 7. Informed CARICOM sources, confirming the date, told the Caribbean Media Corporation (CMC) that “what is now being finalise...

Condividi

31 years for planning murder of husband

31 years for planning murder of husband


A Brazilian woman was sentenced to 31 years in prison for planning the murder of her husband, the former Greek ambassador to Brazil. In 2016, Kyriakos Amiridis' charred remains were found in the trunk of a burnt-out car in Rio de Janeiro. His w...

Condividi

Leacock sees literacy challenges

Leacock sees literacy challenges


Director of the National Transformation Initiative (NTI), Dr Allyson Leacock, says some Barbadians, even those with university degrees, are having literacy challenges affecting their ability to complete online training courses. Speaking at the lau...

Condividi

US officials: July hottest month ever recorded

US officials: July hottest month ever recorded


Washington - July was the world's hottest month ever recorded, a United States federal scientific and regulatory agency has reported. The data shows that the combined land and ocean-surface temperature was 0.93C (1.68F) above the 20th Century aver...

Condividi

Springer Memorial still an 11+ centre

Springer Memorial still an 11+ centre


Contrary to a report carried in a section of the media yesterday, the Springer Memorial School is one of the 22 secondary schools being utilised as examination centres, for students writing the Barbados Secondary Schools Entrance Examination (BSSEE)....

Condividi

Walsh takes career-best on return to KO

Walsh takes career-best on return to KO


West Indies will chase 253 for victory against Australia in the rain-affected first One-day International, after a career-best spell from leg-spinner Hayden Walsh Jr heralded the return of international matches to Barbados, for the first time in 16 m...

Condividi

UPDATE: Police identify man fatally shot in The City

UPDATE: Police identify man fatally shot in The City


Grazettes shooting victim awaits surgery......