From left: Senator Rawdon Adams, CEO, Bitt greeting Mia Amor Mottley, Prime Minster of Barbados, while Alden McLaughlin, Premier of the Cayman Islands, looks on at the Central Bank Meets Blockchain conference at Hilton Barbados yesterday.

A comprehensive training of Barbadians will soon be under way. This was revealed by Prime Minister of Barbados, the Hon. Mia Amor Mottley, during her address at the BITT Central Bank Meets Blockchain Conference 2018 at the Hilton Barbados yesterday... more

President of the Barbados Council for the Disabled (BCD), Maria Holder-Small, speaking about bringing full inclusion to persons with disabilities.

Barbados has come a long way in having greater inclusion for persons with disabilities, however, there is still more work to be done. This is according to President of the Barbados Council for the Disabled (BCD), Maria Holder-Small, who revealed... more

One of the heavy duty equipment that removed the bulk waste from the district yesterday.

Phase two of the National Beautification and Clean Up Campaign got underway yesterday, netting thousands of pounds of garbage within several St. Michael communities. As the world marked ‘World Clean-Up Day’, Environment Minister Trevor Prescod spoke... more
There can be no disputing the fact that the institution of Parliament plays a significant role in the Westminster system of governance that we purport to follow locally. Indeed, our supreme law recognises this at section 48 where it provides - “... more
There can be no disputing the fact that the institution of Parliament plays a significant role in the Westminster system of governance that we purport to follow locally. Indeed, our supreme law recognises this at section 48 where it provides - “... more

Four Alumni of the Virgin Holidays Tourism/Hospitality Management Scholarship – Madeline Layne, Deidre Small, Darren Alleyne and Lisa S. Howard – alongside Nathan Stower, Director of External Affairs & Sustainability, Virgin Group; Joe Thompson, Managing Director, Virgin Holidays; and Tracy Bell, Administrator, CHTA Education Foundation.

Virgin Holidays and the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Education Foundation (CHTAEF) have entered into a new three-year partnership that will deliver guest care and diversity training to hotel employees and tourism students. The announcement was made... more

News Stories

From left: Senator Rawdon Adams, CEO, Bitt greeting Mia Amor Mottley, Prime Minster of Barbados, while Alden McLaughlin, Premier of the Cayman Islands, looks on at the Central Bank Meets Blockchain conference at Hilton Barbados yesterday.

A comprehensive training of Barbadians will soon be under way.

THE Fair Trading Commission has allowed the Barbados Light and Power (BL&P) a review of a Commission decision to recover over $20 million for its 5MW energy storage device (ESD) through the Fue

President of the Barbados Council for the Disabled (BCD), Maria Holder-Small, speaking about bringing full inclusion to persons with disabilities.

Barbados has come a long way in having greater inclusion for persons with disabilities, however, there is still more work to be done.

Business News

There must be greater collaboration among key players in the cruise passenger industry in order for that sector to attain its goals.

BARBADOS has been told that there must be greater collaboration among key players in the cruise passenger industry in order for that sector to attain its goals.

Sports

Omega XL Deacons men’s team handed Cawmere their second defeat when the Barbados Volleyball Association's Goddard Enterprises limited Senior Knock Out tournament continued at the Garfield Sobers Gy

IN some tricky and difficult conditions Joshua Kelly won the Barbados Cycling Union’s (BCU final race of the 2018 season on Sunday.

BFA President, Randy Harris, poses with players and management at the Grantley Adams International Airport after they came home on Friday.

The Bajan Tridents are ready to go again!

Columns

In its passage last week of the Bill to amend the Offences Against the Person Act, Cap.

For some time, right thinking members of society have been offering advice to young people about the world of work and the fact that workplace is becoming more competitive.

Startlingly, 8 of the 10 Commonwealth countries that still cling to the Judicial Committee (JC) of the Privy Council as their final court of appeal are Caribbean Community (CARICOM) states.

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