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Vincentian charged for drugs

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Members of the drug squad have arrested and formally charged a Vincentian national for a number of drug related offences which were committed at the…

Fire in Halls Road

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There was a major scare in the densely populated community of Halls Road St. Michael Thursday evening, when fire broke out destroying one home and…

US $3.5 million grant for BWA

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The Barbados Water Authority has successfully acquired US$3.5 million in grant funding from the United Arab Emirates. It was sourced from that nation's US$ 50…

Fly Jamaica to link Guyana and Cuba

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The government of Guyana has given Fly Jamaica Airways permission to begin service between Guyana and Cuba. This was announced by Minister of State Joe…

Prisoner killed while trying to escape custody in Jamaica

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Jamaican police are investigating the circumstances that led to an inmate being killed as he tried to escape custody during a medical visit to a…

IMF pledges support for Caribbean

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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Thursday pledged its support for the Caribbean as the region moves to build resilience against the effects of natural disasters.…

Ageing Differently

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Failing to realise that men and women age differently can lead to tremendous stress and premature aging in men. This assertion from guidance counsellor, Saul…

Prince of Wales to visit Antigua and Barbuda, BVI and Dominica

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Britain’s Prince Charles is scheduled to visit Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica and the British Virgin Islands for a first hand view of the widespread devastation…

Students Assisting Police

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Police are investigating another disturbance involving secondary school students. Lawmen say they responded to the incident that occurred sometime around four yesterday afternoon, in the…

Da Vinci painting smashes world

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Leonardo da Vinci's "Salvator Mundi" has become the most expensive artwork to ever sell at auction, going for $450.3 million at Christie's in New York.…

Canines at PIA

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From today canine detection will be introduced as an additional security measure at the Piarco International Airport, In Trinidad and Tobago. The announcement comes from…

BWA tackling sewage problem

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The Barbados Water Authority is trying to hammer out a final plan of action to address the most recent sewage crisis on the south coast.…

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…

Chanderpaul hundred frustrates Hurricanes as Jaguars draw

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Veteran former West Indies left-hander, Shiv Chanderpaul, carved out a phenomenal 77th first class hundred and passed 27 000 runs…

Daring Hamilton snatches fourth at Interlagos

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Four-time World champion Lewis Hamilton said Sunday his performance was proof he still had plenty “fire in my heart still”,…

BOA to have camp in Japan

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The Barbados Olympic team will have the perfect opportunity to acclimatise before the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. That's because…

Seamers shine in tame draw

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West Indies made light work of Northern Suburbs District Invitational XI but their two-day warm-up match finished in a predictable…

Rain wrecks opening day but Scorpions thrive

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Rain allowed just 14 overs on the opening day of the third round match in the Regional Four-Day Championship between…

Hodge, Carty frustrate Jaguars with half-centuries

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Half-centuries from Montcin Hodge and Keacy Carty helped Leeward Islands Hurricanes control the opening day of their third round match…

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…

C&W Barbados shareholders ready to go to court

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Some minority shareholders of Cable and Wireless Barbados are upset about the way Cable and Wireless West Indies is seeking to amalgamate the company into…