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United Nations (UN) Secretary-General António Guterres.

The United Nations (UN) System is intensifying support for the Caribbean and all Small Island Developing States.    Secretary-General António Guterres gave this assurance to regional leaders recognising that stresses on their economies are high and... more
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Ken Block and his co-driver Alex Gelsomino speaking to the media before heading outside of Automotive Art Welches to sign autographs.

All eyes will be on the sky but the forecast for the weekend has nothing but rain and this is sure to make Sol Rally Barbados even trickier as the competitors launch their attack on the stages. Last weekend the competitors battled over the 3.3km... more
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President of the Barbados Free Movement, Alex Mitchell.

Several suggestions were put forward by candidates contesting the St. George North seat on how this island could tackle its high recidivism rates during Thursday night’s televised debate. Responding to the question of how to drive down the crime... more
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President of Soroptimist International of Jamestown, Andrea Farmer, making the presentation of vegetables, bottled waters and masks to students and Principal of Good Shepherd Primary School, Wilma McClean.

Good Shepherd Primary School has a friend in Soroptimist International (SI) of Jamestown.  The charitable organisation, whose mandate is to improve the lives of women, children and the elderly of Barbados, recently held its annual World Food Day... more
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Chief Executive Officer of Invest Barbados, Kaye-Anne Brathwaite.

THE International Business and Financial Services sector, despite the current COVID-19 pandemic, is demonstrating its resilience by performing reasonably well under the current circumstances. Chief Executive Officer of Invest Barbados, Kaye-Anne... more
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Lecturer in Public Health and Epidemiology at The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus and Lead Researcher of the Barbados National Registry for Non-Communicable Disease, Dr. Natasha Sobers, addressing those present at the public lecture and panel discussion.

There has been at least a 15 per cent increase in the incidents of stroke cases in Barbados. Lead Researcher of the Barbados National Registry for Non-Communicable Disease, Dr. Natasha Sobers, shared this finding while addressing the Heart &... more

News Stories

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United Nations (UN) Secretary-General António Guterres.

The United Nations (UN) System is intensifying support for the Caribbean and all Small Island Developing States.    Secretary-General António Guterres gave this assurance to regional leaders recogn

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President of the Barbados Free Movement, Alex Mitchell.

Several suggestions were put forward by candidates contesting the St. George North seat on how this island could tackle its high recidivism rates during Thursday night’s televised debate.

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President of Soroptimist International of Jamestown, Andrea Farmer, making the presentation of vegetables, bottled waters and masks to students and Principal of Good Shepherd Primary School, Wilma McClean.

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Business News

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President of the Barbados Public Workers’ Co-operative Credit Union Limited (BPWCCUL), Glendon Belle.

FROM a shaky start to a highly influential, well-functioning and competent financial institution.

Sports

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Ken Block and his co-driver Alex Gelsomino speaking to the media before heading outside of Automotive Art Welches to sign autographs.

All eyes will be on the sky but the forecast for the weekend has nothing but rain and this is sure to make Sol Rally Barbados even trickier as the competitors launch their attack on the stages.

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Darian King.

Barbados top tennis player Darian King is on the road to recovery, though it is taking longer than he had anticipated.

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Carlton's Dominic Drakes.

Despite not having some of their key players Wanderers still cantered to an easy three-wicket victory over defending champions Carlton and a place in the final ofthe Barbados Cricket Association (B

Columns

Since the announcement just over a month ago that the long-time Member of Parliament (MP) for St.

More recently, Barbadians are being encouraged to examine their financial situations and make moves towards not only increasing their incomes, but establishing sustainable work opportunities that w

It has been noted that the present COVID-19 pandemic, with its attendant socio-economic impacts, disproportionately affects women and these adverse effects include gender-based violence, undue burd

Obituaries

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Colin “Observer” Reid.

The local entertainment fraternity has once again been plunged into mourning following news of the death of veteran calypsonian Colin “Observer” Reid.

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