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Magistrate gives man a choice

Najee Antonia Harding has a choice – get a job, enrol in a programme of study or face punishment...
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Recusal from FTC hearing

Fair Trading Commission (FTC) chairman Tammy Bryan will be playing no further part in the Barbados...
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Tax ease for hybrid vehicles

Government’s decision to lower the excise tax on electric vehicles for two years, which took...
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Man dies following collision

Man dies following collision


One man died and another was seriously injured on Wednesday following a collision between a car and a lorry along Superlative Road, St George around 8:15 a.m. Police identified the deceased as driver of the car, Kadeem King, 26, of Waverley Cot, S...

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Joseph Tudor passes away

Joseph Tudor passes away


Former Member of Parliament Joseph “Johnny" Tudor has died. The 73-year-old collapsed and died at his residence in Government Hill, St Michael around midday. The father of five served in Parliament and represented St Michael East from 1991 unti...

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Best: Be vigilant

Best: Be vigilant


Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Anton Best says the Ministry of Health is finding it challenging to develop protocols for monkeypox screening at the borders, noting that much would depend on the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) ability to narrow dow...

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Budget Day in The Bahamas

Budget Day in The Bahamas

NASSAU, Bahamas – Prime Minister Phillip Davis will on Wednesday deliver the first national budget to Parliament since his Progressive Liberal Party...

No gun amnesty for Trinidad

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – National Security Minister Fitzgerald Hinds on ...

Jamaica’s govt considers unemployment insurance

Kingston – The Jamaica government says it is actively pursuing efforts ai...

Commonwealth secretary general visiting Caribbean countries

Basseterre, St Kitts – Commonwealth Secretary General, Patricia Scotland,...

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Premier League approves Chelsea deal

Premier League approves Chelsea deal

The Premier League has approved the £4.25bn takeover of Chelsea by a consortium led by LA Dodgers co-owner Todd Boehly. The league says the consorti...

‘One role at a time’

West Indies assistant coach Roddy Estwick has urged new white-ball captain ...

Williams second in 200 in Jamaica

Sada Williams clocked an impressive time of 22.85 seconds to finish behind ...

Amnesty International calls on FIFA to set up fund for migrant workers

Fifa has been urged to set up a compensation fund of at least $440m for mig...

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Squatters to be relocated next week

Squatters to be relocated next week

Government is about to accelerate the relocation of squatters from Rock Hall, St Philip. Minister of Housing Lands and Maintenance Dwight Sutherlan...

New leader’s ‘signal’ to all

New Democratic Labour Party (DLP) President Dr Ronnie Yearwood says his fir...

Yearwood is new DLP president

Dr Ronnie Yearwood is the new president of the Democratic Labour Party (DLP...

Sandiford-Garner clears air on candidates for DLP president

Leadership of the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) is refuting that candidates...

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Recusal from FTC hearing

Recusal from FTC hearing

Fair Trading Commission (FTC) chairman Tammy Bryan will be playing no further part in the Barbados Light & Power Company Limited’s (BL&P) ra...

Sagicor’s Barbados revenue falls

Sagicor earned less first quarter revenue in Barbados than it did last year...

$26m boost for energy fund

Barbershops, salons, minimarts and other small businesses can now access fu...

Labour Matters 13: Victimisation in the workplace

What should you do if you think you are being victimised in the work place?...

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UPDATE: 21 confirmed dead in Texas school shooting

UPDATE: 21 confirmed dead in Texas school shooting

Nineteen young children and two adults have died in a shooting at a primary school in south Texas. The 18-year-old gunman opened fire at Robb Eleme...

Teen kills 15 in school shooting

Fifteen people have died in a shooting at Robb Elementary School, Texas Gov...

Insiders share details of ‘packed’ lockdown parties at No. 10

Insiders who attended events at Downing Street during lockdown have told th...

Canada storms: Nearly one million homes lose power

Nearly 900 000 homes in southern Canada were left without power on Saturday...

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‘Sweat, tears’ went into detox juice

‘Sweat, tears’ went into detox juice

O’neal Parris didn’t get it right the first time. So he tried again. It took several more attempts and some spoiled mixtures before the certifi...

Too Much Screen Time?

With the wide range of technological devices across the globe, many adults ...

CEED reaching out to those in need

Hundreds of marginalised people in Barbados have been getting valuable assi...

Lockdown measures led to rise in abuse at home

Measures taken to curb the spread of COVID-19 contributed to social fallout...