“WE must get to the root of the problem.”
MORE persons are opting to preserve and restore historic structures on the island, and while it might be an expensive undertaking, an expert in the field of restoration believes it is worth the inv
FOR author La Shawna Griffith, it was a great accomplishment.
OPPOSITION Leader Mia Mottley has said that her Barbados Labour Party takes no comfort in the announcement about the lack of clarity regarding tax clearance certificates.
Things are looking good for Queen’s College as they copped their third win of the Co-operators General Insurance Junior U-16 Basketball League Competition, dismissing the efforts of Alexandra 71-19
The Barbados Soccer Academy (BSA) is looking forward to obtaining a possible 10 more scholarships by August 2018 after a successful Coconut Court Beach Hotel Soccer Showcase.
Volunteers visiting residents on the Sol Rally Barbados 2017 route. Former winner of the Barbados Rally Club’s premier event, Trevor Manning, centre, is flanked by, from left, volunteers Steve Gaskin, his son Kareem (co-driver to UK visitor Raymond Clough), Tammy Lashley and Kevin-Jon Manning, co-driver and driver respectively.
Major changes to the route for Sol Rally Barbados 2017, including two night-time stages on Friday, June 2, within the longest event run since 2004, have been given the ‘thumbs up’ by two of the pot
Is it time to put legislation on the statute books to prohibit Barbadians from engaging in the very bad habit of burning rubbish around their homes?
Across the globe yesterday, people condemned the Manchester Arena terror attack as appalling and horrendous, especially in light of the fact that several of the victims were children and the incide
It is said that the wheels of change turn slowly, especially when it comes to key issues that need to be addressed in Barbados.
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