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Motorists traveling along Bay Street, St Michael had to navigate flood water which accumulated in the area as a result of the heavy rains yesterday.

There has been consistent rain and flooding in Barbados for the past 36 hours and the government of Barbados addressed the concerns of the public by highlighting work done to help facilitate the running off of water.   A tropical wave has been... more
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BTMI Director Caribbean Corey Garrett, Managing Director of WCG Consulting William “Billy” Griffith and Country Manager Going Places Travel Barbados Alana Gray as they highlight the marketing strategies and packages being offered to tap into the regional market during a press briefing held yesterday.

COUNTRY Manager of Going Places Travel Barbados, Alana Gray, says there have been many enquiries for travel within the travel bubble.   Travel bubbles refer to the arrangements between countries for travellers to enter each other’s borders without... more
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Minister of Environment and National Beautification, Adrian Forde and U.S. Ambassador to Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean and the OECS, Linda Taglialatela admiring the bench that was creating using two saman trees, which were removed when work on the project was carried out.

Residents and businesses in Holetown and Trents, St. James have received relief from the devastating effects of flooding which occurs in these areas when there is heavy rain.   This as a result of the ‘Water Resource Management and Flood Resilience... more
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Standing by the plaque after its unveiling are Director of the Regional Security System’s (RSS) Asset Recovery Unit (ARU), Grenville Williams; Executive Director of the RSS, Captain Errington Shurland; Development Director for the UK team in the Caribbean, Stefan Kossoff and the British High Commissioner to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, Janet Douglas.

The Regional Security System’s Asset Recovery Unit (RSS ARU) is no longer a UK-funded programme. The Unit has been officially handed over to the RSS.   This occurred on Wednesday during a ceremony at the RSS’ headquarters. The handover was done by... more
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Health Minister Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Bostic.

THE number of positive COVID-19 cases are expected to increase going into the new year but Health Minister Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Bostic gave the assurance that Barbados has the capacity to keep the numbers under control. His comments came... more
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Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados, Cleviston Haynes speaking to the media yesterday.

AS the Barbados economy fell by a massive 16 per cent during the first nine months of this year Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados, Cleviston Haynes  wants the private sector to get its investment projects off the ground. Telling them that... more

News Stories

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Motorists traveling along Bay Street, St Michael had to navigate flood water which accumulated in the area as a result of the heavy rains yesterday.

There has been consistent rain and flooding in Barbados for the past 36 hours and the government of Barbados addressed the concerns of the public by highlighting work done to help facilitate the ru

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BTMI Director Caribbean Corey Garrett, Managing Director of WCG Consulting William “Billy” Griffith and Country Manager Going Places Travel Barbados Alana Gray as they highlight the marketing strategies and packages being offered to tap into the regional market during a press briefing held yesterday.

COUNTRY Manager of Going Places Travel Barbados, Alana Gray, says there have been many enquiries for travel within the travel bubble.

 

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Minister of Environment and National Beautification, Adrian Forde and U.S. Ambassador to Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean and the OECS, Linda Taglialatela admiring the bench that was creating using two saman trees, which were removed when work on the project was carried out.

Residents and businesses in Holetown and Trents, St. James have received relief from the devastating effects of flooding which occurs in these areas when there is heavy rain.

 

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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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

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Kamal Springer will be going after the post of Board Director in this Friday’s BCA elections.

When the polls close at Kensington Oval this coming Friday night, one man is hoping to have his head held high as he makes history as the youngest ever Board Director.

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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