Democratic Labour Party candidate for The City, Henderson Williams (left), speaking yesterday about the work he has been doing in the constituency, during a press conference at his Evelyn’s Avenue, Bayville, St Michael campaign office. Looking on are social activist and advisor Hamilton Lashley (second from left), along with other members of Williams' campaign team.

DEMOCRATIC Labour Party (DLP) candidate for The City, Henderson Williams, says he has been hard at work seeking to enhance the overall living conditions of residents. Williams told the media during a press conference at his office yesterday that he... more

The Lodge School students, Ashley Mason, Jayden Forde, Brian Wood and Kadeem Alleyne, accepting the Microbusiness of the Year award. They also won in the categories Most Market-Ready Business; Innovation in Agricultural Products and Service; and they copped the Social Media Award.

Ashley Mason, Jayden Forde, Brian Wood and Kadeem Alleyne have something in common. Their business, ‘Kulture Clothing’ was judged Microbusiness of the Year. The Lodge School students were celebrated during last Saturday’s BEF/Scotiabank $20... more

Acting Deputy General Secretary of the Barbados Workers Union (BWU), Dwayne Paul (second right) addressing the media while workers in the sugar industry listen after a meeting between that Union and sugar workers at Solidarity House yesterday.

The problem that schools and residents in certain areas across the island are having with cow itch would more than likely continue to rear its ugly head unless clear steps are taken to address how it can be eradicated. This is coming from the Acting... more

Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Freundel Stuart (left), alongside DLP St. Peter candidate, Dave Cumberbatch.

Former Prime Minister of Barbados Owen Arthur is bowing out of active politics, and even though they were on opposite sides of the political divide, Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has expressed his appreciation and gratitude to Arthur for all he has... more

Richard Cox, Public Relations Officer of the Barbados Road Safety Association (BRSA).

The Barbados Road Safety Association (BRSA) stands in need of more members to spread the word about road safety matters. Richard Cox, Public Relations Officer of the BRSA, acknowledged the above recently as he made a public appeal for persons to... more

DLP candidate for St George South Dr Esther Byer-Suckoo.

The Barbados Labour Party (BLP) 2018 manifesto lacks vision. This is according to Democratic Labour Party (DLP) candidate for St George South, Dr Esther Byer-Suckoo, who admitted to taking a peep at the leaked 52-page draft document which outlines... more

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Project Manager in the Ministry of Transport and Works, Dave Scantlebury.

BARBADIANS will soon be seeing the beginning of a major road enhancement project.

Novaline Brewster, Public Affairs Officer, Central Bank of Barbados.

“Collaboration benefits all. Collaboration helps us with our economic analysis, it helps us to test the pulse in relation to our policy initiatives.”

Members of the Muslim community, as well as representatives from the schools and the Branford Taitt Polyclinic receiving the water coolers, during the presentation at TMR Sales and Services, Fontabelle, St. Michael.

STUDENTS at seven schools will benefit from water coolers donated to their institutions by the Muslim community.

Business News

Red Advertising’s winning creative team celebrates 15 years at the top.

RED Advertising set another record when, for an unprecedented 15th year, they topped the Barbadian entries as well as maintaining their Top 3 Status as a regional creative powerhouse in the 2018 ju


From left: Sandra Greenidge, Director of Constituency Empowerment, Minister of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Community Development Steven Blackett and Track and Field Technical Co-ordinator Mac Fingall.

Whether athlete or supporter, it is the vision of the Ministry of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Community Development and the co-ordinators of the 2018 National Senior Games that all co

Dre Springer from Empire Juniors plays a square drive as Nathan Sealy from Fusionz Boutique Passage Juniors watches.

A six-wicket win over Empire Juniors saw Fusionz Boutique Passage Juniors lifting their fifth championship trophy when the curtain came down on the Barbados Cricket Supplies Under-13 Tournament.

Minister of Culture, Sports and Youth, Stephen Lashley (right); and Ambassador of Japan in Barbados, His Excellency Teruhiko Shinada, signed a Memorandum of Co-operation on Sports yesterday, as they sought to strengthen ties between Barbados and Japan.

THE ties between Barbados and Japan have now been strengthened via the Signing of a Memorandum of Co-operation on Sports, between the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth here and the Ministry of


Though no election date has officially been set, across the length and breadth of this country politicians have been mounting platforms to promote their partisan messages to the people.

Barbados’ tourism industry is vital to the country’s economic survival and, though current environmental issues plague some areas where visitors usually frequent, they are not permanent and neither

The Barbados Road Safety Association (BRSA) has been sending the message to Barbadians of late, that they should comply with the new law barring cellphone use whilst driving, rather than complain a

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