Tashaun Morris of Yellow House, left, edging out Blue House’s Javonte Selman on the line in the Under-9 Boys 4X100 Relay.

After finishing just shy of the championship for second place in 2017, Green House went all the way yesterday as they came away at the top of the pile when St. George Primary had their annual sports at the National Stadium. Standing head and... more

Secretary General of CARICOM and CARIFORUM, Ambassador Irwin LaRocque (left), speaking with Ambassador Daniela Tramacere, Head of the European Union (EU) Delegation to Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean States, the OECS and CARICOM/CARIFORUM,
during the launch of the 10th EDF CARIFORUM Crime and Security Cooperation Programme, held yesterday at RSS Headquarters in Christ Church.

Now more than ever, CARICOM countries need to remain united in their efforts to fight crime in all its dimensions. Secretary General of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and CARIFORUM, Ambassador Irwin LaRocque, shared the above sentiments as he... more

Deputy Chief Environmental Health Officer (Ag), Ronald Chapman.

The Ministry of Health is doing all in its power to ensure that public health is protected. Yesterday, the owners, managers and employees of food businesses on the south coast gathered at the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) Headquarters for... more

Executive Director of the Regional Security System (RSS), Commander Errington Shurland (right) presents Angela Griffith with an award for time and commitment to the St.. James Central District Emergency Organisation at their Annual General Meeting on Sunday night at Queen’s College. Looking on is the Deputy Director of the Department of Emergency Management (DEM), Captain Robert Harewood (background).

Provide the District Emergency Organisations (DEOs) with more funding to carry out their duties. This is request being made by the Executive Director of the Regional Security System (RSS), Commander Errington Shurland who delivered the feature... more
From whichever perspective it may be viewed, the existing state of affairs with the South Coast sewage system is to be regretted. And we posit this, not only because of the hopefully not irreparable damage it might have caused to our tourist... more

Howard Palmer (third from left) speaking at the media briefing to launch Barbados Sailing Week while (from left) Hugh Foster, Ramsey Browne, Devon Chase, Bryn Palmer and Perter Gilkes listen in.

The Barbados Sailing week is set to sail off from today as the plans for the next nine days were revealed at a media conference held at the Drift, The Beach House yesterday. Once called the Mount Gay Round Barbados Race Series, this year it has been... more

News Stories

THE National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) has ordered its members to stay off the job today and tomorrow, as the union moves into its first phase of industrial action, following Government’s fail

Secretary General of CARICOM and CARIFORUM, Ambassador Irwin LaRocque (left), speaking with Ambassador Daniela Tramacere, Head of the European Union (EU) Delegation to Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean States, the OECS and CARICOM/CARIFORUM,
during the launch of the 10th EDF CARIFORUM Crime and Security Cooperation Programme, held yesterday at RSS Headquarters in Christ Church.

Now more than ever, CARICOM countries need to remain united in their efforts to fight crime in all its dimensions.

Deputy Chief Environmental Health Officer (Ag), Ronald Chapman.

The Ministry of Health is doing all in its power to ensure that public health is protected.

Business News

AS Barbadians continue to migrate their deposits from commercial banks to credit unions, an official in the credit union movement says that this is presenting both an opportunity and a challenge to

Sports

Tashaun Morris of Yellow House, left, edging out Blue House’s Javonte Selman on the line in the Under-9 Boys 4X100 Relay.

After finishing just shy of the championship for second place in 2017, Green House went all the way yesterday as they came away at the top of the pile when St.

Howard Palmer (third from left) speaking at the media briefing to launch Barbados Sailing Week while (from left) Hugh Foster, Ramsey Browne, Devon Chase, Bryn Palmer and Perter Gilkes listen in.

The Barbados Sailing week is set to sail off from today as the plans for the next nine days were revealed at a media conference held at the Drift, The Beach House yesterday.

Golf-playing families enjoyed another day in the spotlight while tussling for prizes and bragging rights in the Seventh Annual Sagicor General Insurance Family Golf Championships.

Columns

Word is that Speightstown is regaining its appeal and if this should continue, with more businesses setting up shop there, in a few years’ time the vibrancy that this northern town previously boast

Barbados needs more senior schools and day care centres, which can benefit the elderly.

From whichever perspective it may be viewed, the existing state of affairs with the South Coast sewage system is to be regretted.

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