Economist,  Kemar Stuart.

Economist, Kemar Stuart.

A young economist has lauded Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley for securing financial support from the multilateral lending agencies, which he said has averted an imminent threat to devaluation of the Barbados dollar. However, Kemar Stuart thinks that... more

Several taxi operators were on hand to take part in the clean-up.

Head of one of the island’s main taxi associations says with a growing number of tourists visiting our beaches on a daily basis, there is need to ensure that these areas are in pristine condition. Adrian Bayley, President of the Bridgetown Port Taxi... more

Kailash Pardasani of Promotech speaking at the Barbados Tridents press conference yesterday at Café 195 in Dome Mall, to announce the new owners of the franchise. From left: Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Kerrie Symmonds; Manish Patel, Principal of CMG Companies; Kailash Pardasani; and Terrol Cummins of Silver Technetium Capital Inc.

THE Barbados Tridents have a new ownership team in place who have taken over the running of the franchise with immediate effect. They have also announced that West Indies Test and ODI captain, Jason Holder, will be their Marquee Player for the 2019... more

Mark Hill, Industrial Designer at Design Council SIDS.

Barbados can and will lead in bio-energy. That’s according to Industrial Designer at Design Council SIDS, Mark Hill, as he revealed that they are in the process of commissioning a 250-kilowatt Chicken Manure Biogas Plant in St. Lucy. He said also on... more

Adrian Bayley, President of the Bridgetown Port Taxi Co-op Society Limited.

Coaches operating in the Bridgetown Port are creating quite a bit of competition for taxis there. Adrian Bayley, President of the Bridgetown Port Taxi Co-op Society Limited, charged that the coaches have cut into a large proportion of their work and... more

Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley with Head of the IMF Mission, Bert Van Selm.

This country continues to make good progress in implementing the Barbados Economic Recovery and Transformation (BERT) Programme, which is supported by the Extended Fund Facility (EFF). Following a meeting that took place with the International... more

News Stories

Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley has made it clear any attacks on teachers by students will not be tolerated.

The efforts being made across the region to stimulate and propel a culture of entrepreneurship, especially as it relates to digitisation, is being commended.

Triple Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC) is impacting black women at a younger age.

Business News

Economist,  Kemar Stuart.

Economist, Kemar Stuart.

A young economist has lauded Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley for securing financial support from the multilateral lending agencies, which he said has averted an imminent threat to devaluation of th

Sports

Two-time defending champions, Weymouth Wales and the many-time winners, Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme will be letting it all hang out today as they will be both looking to draw first bloo

Kailash Pardasani of Promotech speaking at the Barbados Tridents press conference yesterday at Café 195 in Dome Mall, to announce the new owners of the franchise. From left: Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Kerrie Symmonds; Manish Patel, Principal of CMG Companies; Kailash Pardasani; and Terrol Cummins of Silver Technetium Capital Inc.

THE Barbados Tridents have a new ownership team in place who have taken over the running of the franchise with immediate effect.

Eight-time Olympic medalist Veronica Campbell-Brown launched her new book called ‘Inside Out’.

Olympic champion Veronica Campbell-Brown launched her new book called “Inside Out” and was well-received by enthusiastic fans who got their copies signed yesterday at Pages Book Store located in Ca

Columns

IN just under a week’s time voters from across the whole of the European Union (EU) will go to the polls to elect a new European Parliament.

Readers of this commentary, particularly those in small countries, might wonder why they should be concerned about who is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of any multilateral or international orga

The Barbados Government has stated that it intends to set up what is to be called the Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Agency.

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