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    April 06

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Samuel sitting out pandemic

05 April 2020

Jalon Samuel made it back home just before COVID-19 started to affect the United States. Read More



05 April 2020

In the wake of layoffs at LIAT and suspension of several services due to COVID-19, Minister of Tourism Kerrie Symmonds says the airline is still critical at this time. Read More


Doc: We should have seen it coming

05 April 2020

Family physician Dr Adrian Lorde says he does not believe Government’s 24-hour lockdown in response to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) came too late. Read More


100 coronavirus cases in Trinidad and Tobago

04 April 2020

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Two more people have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus bringing the number of confirmed cases in the twin island republic to 100. Read More


Broadcasting Authority praises media

04 April 2020

Traditional media have come in for high praise from the Barbados Broadcasting Authority (BBA) for their role in informing and educating Barbadians about the novel coronavirus COVID-19. Read More


CDB invests in regional COVID-19 fight

04 April 2020

The Board of Directors of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) met this week and approved up to US$140 million to be used by the Bank’s Borrowing Member Countries to tackle the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic and other shocks to their economy. Read More


COVID cases now at 52

04 April 2020

One more person has tested positive for COVID-19 in Barbados, increasing the overnight total to 52. Read More


Special passes and provisions for agricultural sector during curfew

04 April 2020

Exemptions have been granted to the agricultural sector during the curfew period, March 28 to April 14. Read More


UPDATE: Shooting at Orange Hill

04 April 2020

The man who was shot at Endeavour #2, Orange Hill, St James, has been identified as Akeel Turton. Read More


No tennis until 2021?

04 April 2020

LONDON – Tennis may not return until 2021 after the coronavirus pandemic caused the cancellation of the entire grass court season and most of the clay court campaign, All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) chief executive Richard Lewis said on Thursday. Read More


PAHO appeals for millions to help region

04 April 2020

WASHINGTON - The Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) is appealing for US$94.8 million from donors to fund priority public health measures to help Caribbean and Latin American countries face the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Read More


Vybz Kartel loses appeal

04 April 2020

KINGSTON – Popular dancehall entertainer Vybz Kartel, on Friday lost an appeal against his murder conviction. Read More


Shooting at Orange Hill

04 April 2020

Police are investigating a shooting incident which is alleged to have occurred at a home in Endeavour #2, Orange Hill, St James this morning. Read More


GECOM awaits ruling

04 April 2020

GEORGETOWN - The Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) on April 3 indicated that it will be awaiting the ruling of the Court of Appeal before any further decisions will be taken in its plan to carry out the national recount of the March 2, votes. Read More


Virus deaths in Trinidad reach 6

04 April 2020

PORT OF SPAIN - Another person has died of COVID-19 in the twin island republic, bringing the total number of deaths from the virus so far, to six. Read More


Trump: I don't think I will wear a mask

04 April 2020

Washington – United States President Donald Trump has said he will not wear a face mask, despite new medical guidance advising Americans to do so. Read More


Trump firing official involved in impeachment probe

04 April 2020

WASHINGTON – United States President Donald Trump notified Congress on Friday that he is firing the inspector general of the U.S. intelligence community who was involved in triggering an impeachment probe of the president last year. Read More


NCAA ease for student-athletes

04 April 2020

There is light at the end of the tunnel for some Barbadian student-athletes in the United States. Read More


Brathwaite queries sports plan

04 April 2020

What is the plan for sports? Read More


Atherley: Govt dropped the ball on lockdown

04 April 2020

Opposition Leader Bishop Joseph Atherley has taken Government to task over what he deemed a botched approach to the two-week shutdown which resulted in chaotic scenes as thousands of Barbadians descended upon supermarkets yesterdayto stock up. Read More


PM Mottley: We are better than this!

04 April 2020

Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley last night chided some people who disobeyed social distancing protocols by making a run on almost every supermarket yesterday Read More


Has the message about the seriousness of COVID-19 hit home now the country is under 24-hour curfew?