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Ministry considering appointment system at Licensing Authority

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Long lines at the Barbados Licensing Authority could soon be a thing of the past as the Ministry of Transport considers adopting an appointment style…

Clement Payne Movement denounces Zimbabwe coup

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The Clement Payne Movement is denouncing the apparent coup in Zimbabwe. President David Comissiong says former president, Robert Mugabe, though not perfect was unlawfully removed…

Trinidadian wins Rhodes Scholarship

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A 22 year old Trinidadian Harvard student is this year's winner of the prestigious Caribbean Rhodes scholarship. Mandela Patrick was announced winner by acting governor…

IMF says economic growth will fall below one per cent for Barbados

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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says continued strong growth in long-stay tourism has supported Barbados’ economic growth, but fiscal consolidation is contributing to a slowdown…

Sixty-one year-old man guilty of raping child in Trinidad

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A 61-year-old father of nine, will be sentenced on December 6 after he was found guilty of raping a five-year-old child at least 10 years…

New cruise liners to visit

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Barbados will see yet another increase in tourism arrivals as it welcomes between four and five additional cruise liners this year. Chairman of the Barbados…

Two killed as gunmen fire at passenger bus in Jamaica

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Police say two people, including the driver of a public passenger bus, were shot and killed after the vehicle came under heavy gunfire in the…

Search for missing Argentine submarine reaches 'critical phase'

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The search for an Argentine navy submarine missing in the South Atlantic for one week reached a “critical phase” on Wednesday as the 44 crew…

Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa promises jobs in 'new democracy'

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Zimbabwe's incoming leader Emmerson Mnangagwa has promised to create jobs after returning from exile to take over from Robert Mugabe. "We want to grow our…

JFK's assassination aided by his bad back, records show

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Every November, America remembers the end of Camelot: a shining time of promise led by John F. Kennedy, the nation's youngest president, brought to an…

900 to march in Independence parade

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More than 900 people representing various armed and unarmed units are expected to be on parade for Independence Day. This year's parade will be directed…

Minister says farm labour programme surviving despite challenges

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Labour Minister Dr Esther Byer Suckoo says the future viability of the Seasonal Agricultural Workers’ Programme (SAWP) will be among agenda items discussed during the…

SPORTS

Latham replaces Guptill as skipper for Windies tour game

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Tom Latham will lead New Zealand A against West Indies in the three-day tour match starting Saturday, after Martin Guptill…

Johnson says Chanderpaul chat helped turn around form

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Guyana Jaguars captain Leon Johnson has hailed veteran former West Indies batsman Shiv Chanderpaul for helping him break out of…

Brathwaite into top 20 ahead of Black Caps test

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West Indies opener Kraigg Brathwaite has broken into the top 20 of the ICC batting rankings, after rising one place…

Gayle half-century hands Riders win but Smith knock goes in vain

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West Indies superstar Chris Gayle notched his second half-century in as many days to fire Rangpur Riders to a narrow…

Permaul fires as Jaguars stretch lead with innings win

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Left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul snatched three of the four remaining wickets to end with five in the innings and nine…

Pride clinch maiden win despite Mayers resistance

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Barbados finally won their first match of the newly-minted Regional Four-Day Championship, making light work of Windward Islands Volcanoes in…

Man Utd revenues grow thanks to TV and match-day income

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Manchester United has announced that total revenues for the three months to October grew by 17.3% to £141m. Broadcasting and…

Maro Itoje on bench for England v Australia

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Owen Farrell returns to the England starting XV at centre for Saturday's Test against Australia at Twickenham, with lock Maro…

Watling a doubt for Windies Test as NZ name predictable squad

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Wicketkeeper BJ Watling has been included in a 12-man squad to face West Indies in next month’s first Test but…

France to host 2023 Rugby World Cup, beating South Africa & Ireland

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France will host the 2023 Rugby World Cup after the country surprisingly beat rival bids from South Africa and Ireland…

Gayle snubbed in auction

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West Indies superstar Chris Gayle was stunningly overlooked in Sunday’s Pakistan Super League draft, as brothers Dwayne and Darren Bravo…

Carter hits century but Pride have late victory bid thwarted

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Left-hander Jonathan Carter struck his fourth first class century but Barbados Pride’s late victory surge came to nothing as Jamaica…

BUSINESS

Facelift for bank headquarters

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The historic Warrens Great House, to the north-western corner of the CIBC FirstCaribbean headquarters site, has been given a new lease on life, following a…

FTC in final review of BNTCL aquisition

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The Fair Trading Commission is advising the public, the application for the proposed acquisition of the Barbados National Terminal Company Ltd, by BNTCL Holdings Ltd,…

Sagicor revenues up

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Revenue for the Sagicor Financial Corporation Limited for the nine months ended September 30th, 2017, increased appreciably, when compared to the same period last year.…

Worrell: Investors eager to invest in Barbados

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Notwithstanding the international climate, there are investors who are still eager to invest in Barbados. This is the view of former governor of the Central…

Credit union pushing Christmas loans program

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With Christmas just around the corner, Barbadians have been showing a keen interest in some of the loan offers available from various financial institutions. General…

UN experts urge Caribbean to take action against corporate tax fraud

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In the wake of the leak of the “Paradise Papers” two human rights experts from the United Nations are urging Caribbean and other states to…

Barbados at World Travel Market in London

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Barbados was able to bounce back after its tourism sector was affected by the passage of Hurricanes Irma and Maria. The two systems caused widespread…

CARICOM-Cuba sign new trade agreement

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The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and Cuba have signed a trade agreement aimed at improving trade relations between Havana and the 15-member regional grouping. The accord…

Barbados’ economic model is outdated says Inniss

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Industry Minister Donville Inniss, believes Barbados’ economic model is outdated, although it has served the country well. In addressing the Institute of Chartered Accountants of…

ICAB concerned about accountability

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The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Barbados has weighed in on concerns raised in the Auditor General's report with respect to the submission of accounts…

Sandals training begins

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As Sandals prepares for the opening of its newest location in Barbados, the upscale resort has begun training for its staff. A week long orientation…

Minister defends Barbados' international financial services

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Commerce Minister Donville Inniss has hit back hard at reports that Barbados' international business and financial services sector, was highlighted in a global investigation headed…