Members of the Barbados International Business Association (BIBA), at yesterday’s church service, to launch International Business Week 2017.

Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce, and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss, has commended the Barbados International Business Association (BIBA) for the role it has been playing in making the public aware of this vital... more

Acting Attorney General and Minister of Home Affairs, Michael Lashley (left) takes the salute as prison officers put on a parade after the service at Beulah Methodist Church.

The last decade has been challenging for the Barbados Prison Service, but even in the face of those challenges the Prison Service has made significant strides for which it can be justly proud. This is the view of Superintendent of Prisons, Lt. Col.... more

From left are Mark St. Hill, Donna Wellington and Deborah King of CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank.

DESPITE some challenging economic conditions in Barbados, the demand for loans for purchase of cars and other vehicles remains quite satisfactory for at least one commercial bank. This encouraging sign comes against the background of CIBC First-... more

Participants and officials of the FIFA Referees Assistance Programme, which came to an end yesterday.

Close to 30 of the island’s football referees and referee assistants are now better armed to officiate given the ever-changing face of the Beautiful Game. That is because they successfully passed through the recently-held FIFA Referees Assistance... more
“Sexual harassment transcends occupational and professional categories, age groups, educational backgrounds, racial and ethnic groupings and income levels…” – European Commission. Now awaiting proclamation only for it to enter into force as law... more

From left: Patrick Roach, Regional Credit Director at Courts; Stacia Browne, Barbados Whirlpool Representative; Stacey Brathwaite, buyer for major appliances for Courts; Jason Hinkson, grand prize winner; Trisha Tannis, Managing Director of Courts; Kyrel Roach, Courts’ Human Capital Director; and Christopher Linton, Finance Director at Courts, posing with Hinkson’s new car.

Jason Hinkson is the winner of this year’s Courts Summer Cash In Whirlpool Promotion. Hinkson won a brand new Mazda 3 from Courts as a result of his Whirlpool washing machine and fridge purchase. Following the prize-giving ceremony, which was held... more

News Stories

Michael Goddard, author of ‘I’ve Been Born Again’ as he delivered a few remarks at the book launch.

Michael Goddard’s recently published book, “I’ve Just Been Born Again”, was described by many as a tremendous contribution to Christian literature.

Members of the Barbados International Business Association (BIBA), at yesterday’s church service, to launch International Business Week 2017.

Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce, and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss, has commended the Barbados International Business Association (BIBA) for the role it has bee

Government is gearing up to introduce another piece of labour legislation soon.

Business News

From left are Mark St. Hill, Donna Wellington and Deborah King of CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank.

DESPITE some challenging economic conditions in Barbados, the demand for loans for purchase of cars and other vehicles remains quite satisfactory for at least one commercial bank.

Sports

With his best game of the season, veteran BABA player Adrian Stuart finished with a game-high 19 points to help City United Celtics book their way to the League finals.

IT will be a veteran Barbados Amateur Basketball Association (BABA) League finals when the City United Celtics meet Pan American International Insurance Warrens Sports Club on Thursday for all the

Participants and officials of the FIFA Referees Assistance Programme, which came to an end yesterday.

Close to 30 of the island’s football referees and referee assistants are now better armed to officiate given the ever-changing face of the Beautiful Game.

Former Formula 1 World Champion Jenson Button, and the Twister Aerobatic Display Team and their two Silence SA1100 aircrafts wowed the crowd at the Barbados Festival of Speed at the Bushy Park Raci

Columns

THE time has come for a greater level of regulation of all public service vehicles (PSVs).

Ever since the start of the sexual revolution, the issue of sexual harassment has never been far from the top of the subjects of discussion.

Dr. Cecil Cyrus, surgeon extraordinaire of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, is a legend in his own lifetime.

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