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Protection of Agricultural Products and Livestock Bill 2017

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Legislative help is on the way to aid Barbados' efforts to combat praedial larceny. Cheyne Jones spoke to Chief Agricultural Officer Lennox Chandler on the…

BLP conference next week

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As the opposition Barbados Labour Party gears up for its 79th annual general conference next week, Barbadians are being assured the party is united. The…

CDB funding new initiative aimed at improving student education in the region

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The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) says it is funding an initiative by the Barbados government aimed at reversing a situation in the region where, despite…

Dominica police detain several people for breaking curfew, arrest others for looting

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Police have detained more than 100 people for breaking a 12-hour curfew, as well as arrest more than 80 others for looting as Dominica continues…

ACP trade ministers end meeting in Brussels

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Trade ministers from the African Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) have ended a two-day meeting re-affirming their “strong and resounding” commitment to the multilateral trading system.…

Malawi cracks down on 'vampire' lynch mobs

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Police in the south-east African state of Malawi say they have arrested 140 members of lynch mobs who attacked people suspected of being vampires. At…

Police investigating drowning at Brandon's beach

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Lawmen are investigating the circumstances which led to the unnatural death of a 45-year-old Rollin Ivor Jeremiah Williams.   The incident reportedly occurred around 7:35 Thursday…

Sexual harassment legislation is gender neutral.

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Government's proposed legislation to deter sexual harassment in the workplace is gender neutral. This is being stressed by Industry Minister Donville Inniss as Parliament debates…

Barbados and Italy pledge to strengthen ties

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The exchange of instruments of ratification between Barbados and Italy to effectively conclude a Double Taxation Agreement was among the highlights of a visit to…

LIAT to suffer loss of US$13M due to hurricanes

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Regional airline LIAT is expected to end the year with a loss of US$13.25 million as a result of the impact of extreme weather during…

Trinidad and Tobago’s new Archbishop installed

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Bishop Charles Jason Gordon of the Diocese of Bridgetown, Barbados, has been installed as the 13th Archbishop of Port-of-Spain. News of the appointment was made…

International banks back recovery efforts in BVI

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Recovery efforts currently underway in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) are being backed by international financial institutions. This was disclosed by Premier Dr. Orlando Smith…

Series win vital but focus on improvement, says Law

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Though winning the upcoming two-Test series against Zimbabwe will be vital, head coach Stuart Law said Thursday continuing to make…

Shanaka hundred, early losses put Windies on backfoot

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Dasun Shanaka stroked an aggressive, unbeaten hundred but fast bowler Keon Joseph led a focussed bowling effort to help restrict…

Lewis Hamilton has 'no plans to take a knee'

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Lewis Hamilton has expressed his support for athletes protesting social and racial injustice in the US, but insisted he has…

BCA Under-13 finals set for October 24

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A new date has been set for the finals of the 2017 BCA Everton Weekes Under 13 schools' competition between…

National Primary Schools Road Tennis Championships

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Defending champions St Cyprian's have booked their spot in the round of sixteen after they cruised through Zone 3 of…

Brian Lara Stadium to be crowned first class venue after fixture change

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The Brian Lara Stadium will become the region’s newest first class venue when it hosts three of Trinidad and Tobago…

One point all Windies can gain from clean sweep

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West Indies stand to gain precious little from their two-Test tour of Zimbabwe starting Saturday, even if they make a…

Driving Academy to open

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It could be back to school for all drivers in Barbados very soon, as the Massy United Insurance Driving Skills…

Pride ready

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Despite the unpredictable weather over the past couple of days, the Barbados Pride are at an advanced stage in their…

Schools road tennis

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George Lamming and St Mary's are through to the round of 16 in the 2017 Cave Shepherd /Berger Royale /A…

In-form Ambris eyes more runs in upcoming “Test”

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Sunil Ambris said he was preparing hard to follow up with a second hundred, when West Indies “A” face Sri…

Veteran Ramdin to lead Red Force in PCL

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Discarded West Indies wicketkeeper, Denesh Ramdin, will lead his native Trinidad and Tobago Red Force in the Professional Cricket League…

ICAB wants Prevention of Corruption Act proclaimed

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The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Barbados wants to see the Prevention of Corruption Act proclaimed in Parliament. President, Andrew Brathwaite says it has been…

Central Bank watching blockchain technology

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The Central Bank of Barbados says it is paying close attention to developments with blockchain technology, and its evolving role in this paradigm. That's according…

Barbados to amend legislation to deal with tax avoidance

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Barbados says it is seeking to amend legislation as it moves to deal with tax avoidance and ensure a more transparent tax environment. Industry, International…

LIAT Secures CDB Loan After Finances Take Hit From Hurricanes

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Regional carrier LIAT is on course to get some relief from its shareholder governments after Hurricanes Irma and Maria left a deeper hole in its…

ICAB worried about state of the economy

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The state of the Barbados’ economy remains a worry for members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Barbados. Executive director, Reginald Farley, made the…

Brookfield growing

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The Canadian based Brookfield International Bank is confident it will continue to grow operations in Barbados. This sentiment was expressed by president and chief executive…

Ford recalling 1.3 million F-series pickups

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Ford is recalling 1.3 million F-series pickup trucks, the best selling vehicle in America, for a door latch problem that could allow the door to…

BIBA defending sector

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The head of the Barbados International Business Association is refuting rumours suggesting the sector will be dead by 2018. President Marlon Waldron, says his organisation,…

Barbados facing challenges to its international business sector

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Barbados says it is facing a “myriad of challenges’ daily as it seeks to develop its international business sector. International Business Minister, Donville Inniss, addressing…

FirstCaribbean donates to LIAT

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CIBC FirstCaribbean stepped up to the hurricane relief efforts plate in a massive way Thursday, at its Warrens headquarters. Handing over a cheque to regional…

OAS and Amazon co-operating on cyber security

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The Organisation of American States says it will collaborate with Amazon web services, a subsidiary of the US company Amazon, to help the Caribbean, strengthen…

Downgrade will not affect IBS

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Last week's downgrade by ratings agency, Standard and Poors, is not expected to have a major impact on the international business sector. This is according…