Chairman of CARILEC and the CEO of the Grenada Electricity Services Ltd., Collin Cover.

Finding and implementing alternative sources of energy generation that are more friendly on our environment will be key to protecting this region for future generations. This is according to Chairman of CARILEC and the CEO of the Grenada Electricity... more
BARBADIANS will go to the polls today to choose a government to handle its affairs for the next five years. In what will be a historic election, over 130 candidates will be vying for seats in the 30-seat Lower House, with the prospect of either a... more

The Class 4 students of St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic School joined the Fiddlers for their performance yesterday at St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church.

The Barbados Celtic Festival 2018 is in full swing celebrating the connections between Barbados and the Celtic countries of Scotland, Ireland and Wales. A rich cultural exchange of music as well as culinary treats will be shared this week during a... more

Wide view of the Barbados exhibit with giant rum cocktails.

BARBADOS maintained its proud tradition of representing the best of Barbados at the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show 2018 in London, widely considered to be the ‘greatest flower show on earth’, the chosen theme of this year’s Barbados Horticultural... more

Odessa Waithe reminiscing about Errol Barrow.

May 21 is an important day in the life of the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) and the constituency of St. John and the Party’s candidate for that constituency in the upcoming election, if elected, intends to ensure that day is duly recognised. George... more
Prior to 2008, there were only five occasions where Barbados spent more than it earned. Mia Mottley, Leader of the Barbados Labour Party (BLP), spoke to this during a political meeting at St. Patrick’s, Christ Church on Sunday night. As she endorsed... more

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Chairman of CARILEC and the CEO of the Grenada Electricity Services Ltd., Collin Cover.

Finding and implementing alternative sources of energy generation that are more friendly on our environment will be key to protecting this region for future generations.

BARBADIANS will go to the polls today to choose a government to handle its affairs for the next five years.

Wide view of the Barbados exhibit with giant rum cocktails.

BARBADOS maintained its proud tradition of representing the best of Barbados at the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show 2018 in London, widely considered to be the ‘greatest flower show on earth’, the

Business News

IMPROVED water delivery systems, more housing solutions, a record breaking tourism industry, a new Renewable Energy sector, and Offshore Medical Training, are some of the successes of the Democrati

Sports

Team Massy United showcased their dominance taking five of the top six places in the National Road Race. The winner, who was presented with the National jersey, was Jacob Kelly, while second was Jamol Eastmond, third was Joshua Kelly and (from left) was sixth place Dominic Howard, Phillip Clarke and Gregory Vanderpool with presenter Mona Alleyne from the National Sports Council.

JACOB KELLY is the 2018 Barbados National Road Race Champion after a perfectly set up race to earn what turned out to be a comfortable victory over the 120km yesterday.

‘Mr Bridgetown 2018’ Ramon Broomes.

IT took the judges three different comparison looks before they were satisfied they had the winner and when the dust had settled it was Ramon Broomes who captured the “Mr. Bridgetown” title.

Nicholas Thorne was the top scorer with 13 points for Graydon Sealy but he was also a handful in the paint as #9 Micah Grosvenor of HC A found out.

Playing on back to back days, Harrison College A and B played their way to victories in the Co-operators General Insurance U-16 Schools Basketball league competition.

Columns

For a few years now Barbados has been making strides in the area of organ transplants, particularly kidney transplants and while this is commendable, we believe that there is so much more that we c

The Class 4 students of St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic School joined the Fiddlers for their performance yesterday at St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church.

The Barbados Celtic Festival 2018 is in full swing celebrating the connections between Barbados and the Celtic countries of Scotland, Ireland and Wales.

Election day in Barbados is tomorrow and the national focus for the last few weeks has been strictly political, but other issues hold concern for the Barbadian public and personal health is one tha

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