Troy Best, Brand Manager for Pernod Richard.

Massy Distributors has officially added one of the world’s most renowned cognacs to its slate of liquors being sold under its brand on the island. Martell’s line of cognacs, which are infamous for their well-blended and expertly marketed products... more

Vic Fernandes, Chairman of GAIA Inc. as he delivered remarks.

Recently 106 staff members of the Grantley Adams International Airport were honoured and recognised for giving excellent service to the company and the travel industry of Barbados. Speaking during the staff awards that took place in the conference... more

Director (ag) of the National Insurance Scheme (NIS), Jennifer Hunte (right),
presented Claudette Moore with the NIS Director’s Award.

The National Insurance Scheme (NIS) has recognised and honoured several staffers who have shown outstanding commitment and demonstrated a valuable contribution to the department. They received the Great Employees Matter (GEM) Award during the... more

President of the Barbados Teachers Cooperative Credit Union Limited (BTCCUL) Lorton Graham (centre), along with Davidson Ishmael, Operations Manager (at left), and Treasurer, Sherry-Ann Scott-King, perusing the annual report.

THE Barbados Teachers Cooperative Credit Union Limited (BTCCUL) is making it easier for members to borrow in the wake of a slowdown in lending. This is according to Lorton Graham, President of the BTCCUL, as members met last Saturday at the Hilton... more

Brownie competition – Participants in the Brownie competition, on the Charmaine Benskin (left), winner of the competition Quinta Clarke-Sargeant (centre) and Shantel Prescod (right).

On May 31, 2019 around the world, Hilton celebrated its 100th birthday. At the Hilton Barbados Resort, the atmosphere was full of fun and festivity as the Barbados team joined in the countdown to the worldwide celebrations. Led by General Manager... more

Marc James, Key Partnership Manager, British Airways.

Travel agents from the United Kingdom and Ireland are in Barbados to celebrate British Airways’ 65th anniversary of service to Barbados, and yesterday they got the opportunity to meet with a number of key stakeholders in the Barbados tourism sector... more

News Stories

President of Leo Club East receiving her award from Zone Chair Suzette Holder.

Outstanding members of Zone 3A of the Barbados chapter of Lions and Leo Clubs were recognised for their contribution to the philanthropic organisation.

Troy Best, Brand Manager for Pernod Richard.

Massy Distributors has officially added one of the world’s most renowned cognacs to its slate of liquors being sold under its brand on the island.

Vic Fernandes, Chairman of GAIA Inc. as he delivered remarks.

Recently 106 staff members of the Grantley Adams International Airport were honoured and recognised for giving excellent service to the company and the travel industry of Barbados.

Business News

President of the Barbados Teachers Cooperative Credit Union Limited (BTCCUL) Lorton Graham (centre), along with Davidson Ishmael, Operations Manager (at left), and Treasurer, Sherry-Ann Scott-King, perusing the annual report.

THE Barbados Teachers Cooperative Credit Union Limited (BTCCUL) is making it easier for members to borrow in the wake of a slowdown in lending.

Sports

Jamaica’s Jeffrey Panton and Michael Fennell Jr left it for the very last run before they were able to overhaul England’s Rob Swann for victory at Flow King of the Hill yesterday at Stewart’s Hill.

Jamaica’s Jeffrey Panton has not driven his Ford Focus rally car for the year, but showed the mind is one of the strongest parts of the body as he saved the best for last to capture his fourth cons

Jonathan Jones continues his record breaking ways this year and this time he has erased Barbados’ 34-year old 400m outdoor record and replaced it with a new time of 45.02 secs during the NCAA Wes

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

Columns

In what is increasingly becoming a pattern of ignoring established procedures and authority in the Organisation of American States (OAS), a delegation went to troubled Haiti on June 19 without any

Tourism now dominates most Caribbean economies, drawing huge numbers of visitors and wealth into the region.

It seems that we are living in a mirage as it pertains to our assumed freedom. We are no longer in chains working on the plantation without respect, education, and nothing to call our own.

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