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MISSING: Philip Leopold Sydney Archer

20 September 2020

The Royal Barbados Police Force is seeking the assistance of the public in locating a missing 92-year-old man. Read More


Nation Update: Road fatality

20 September 2020

A man died on the spot after two vehicles collided along Cox Road, Christ Church, around 12:03 a.m. Sunday. Read More


Road fatality

20 September 2020

There are reports reaching Nation News of a road fatality in the area of Cox Road, Christ Church. Read More


Water works ahead of schedule

20 September 2020

Residents of St John, St Joseph and St Andrew may get water consistently this Christmas should work on the Vineyard Water Augmentation project continue at its current pace. Read More


Last-minute school shopping

20 September 2020

Parents thronged Bridgetown yesterday to get in last-minute back-to-school shopping but said they were spending less than in previous years. Read More


Moseleys reach semis

20 September 2020

It will be sibling rivalry of the tennis kind when No. 1 seed Russell Moseley clashes with his brother, the third-ranked Ryan Moseley, in the semi-finals of the ICBL National Open Tennis Championships. Read More


Illegal dumping a ‘pandemic’

20 September 2020

Nearly two years after the much-maligned tipping fee was abandoned, the predicted after-effects of illegal dumping are still being felt as hundreds of volunteers heeded the Future Centre Trust’s call to Pick Up De Ting yesterday. Read More


Woman shot in leg

19 September 2020

A woman was shot earlier tonight along Tweedside Road, St Michael, during a robbery attempt. Read More


Flash-flood watch discontinued

19 September 2020

The Barbados Meteorological Services (BMS) discontinued the flash-flood watch for the island. Read More


Trump won’t delay appointing replacement to Supreme Court

19 September 2020

WASHINGTON – A fierce political battle shaped up over the future of the United States Supreme Court on Saturday, with President Donald Trump saying he would quickly name a successor to liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a move that would tip the court further to the... Read More


Govt pharmacies to be closed September 23

19 September 2020

All Government pharmacies will be closed next Wednesday, September 23, to allow staff to attend a training workshop. Read More


Flash-flood watch in effect

19 September 2020

A flash-flood watch is in effect for Barbados from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. Read More


Land tax reminder

19 September 2020

The deadline for receiving the ten per cent discount on the 2020-2021 Land Tax bills paid in full is Wednesday, September 23. Read More


Bucks forward is NBA's Most Valuable Player for second year

19 September 2020

Milwaukee Bucks power forward Giannis Antetokounmpo was named the NBA’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) for the second straight year on Friday, becoming the first European player to win the award twice. Read More


Police in Trinidad to monitor COVID-19 patients

19 September 2020

Port Of Spain – The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) says there will be monitoring of people who have tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19) and confined to quarantine at home amid reports that they have not been adhering to the protocols to remain... Read More


EU fears shortfall, hopes to boost COVID-19 vaccine supply

19 September 2020

Brussels – The European Union (EU) wants to raise more money to shore up its supplies of potential COVID-19 vaccines after estimating that the number of shots available next year around the world might fall short of demand, two EU sources said. Read More


Santia won’t be tolerating shoddy work

19 September 2020

Minister of Education Santia Bradshaw will not be tolerating shoddy work within her ministry and will be holding accountable anyone who does not pull their weight. Read More


Conviction in fake Puma case upheld

19 September 2020

The first conviction in the fake Puma case brought against a Swan Street boutique owner will stand. Read More


Shoring up Speightstown

19 September 2020

Government is taking steps to ensure that Speightstown, St Peter, and surrounding areas never again experience the level of flooding they have over the years. Read More


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


Moseley too much for Charles

18 September 2020

Young Nicholas Charles and his supporters dreamed for all of five minutes as he challenged No.1 seed Russell Moseley for a final eight spot in the ICBL National Open Tennis Championships on Thursday night at the National Tennis Centre, Wildey. Read More


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