The group from Her Majesty’s Prison, Social Engineers, posing with Acting PM of Barbados, Richard Sealy after receiving a gold award for their Theatre piece.

Acting Prime Minister of Barbados, the Hon. Richard Sealy believes that 2017 has been a great year for the creative arts in this country. His comment came as he delivered his feature address during the NIFCA Gold Awards Ceremony, which took place at... more
The recent ‘blacklisting’ by the Council of the European Union [EU] of a number of regional jurisdictions, including Barbados, “for having a harmful tax regime and for failing to meet agreed tax governance standards” is intended to and may have the... more

Acting Governor General Sir Philip Greaves (standing at right) listening as resident at the St Michael District Hospital Wesley Sealy (standing at left) plays a Christmas tune on the harmonica.

ACTING GOVERNOR GENERAL Sir Philip Greaves has been busy spreading Christmas cheer to the young and old in recent days. On Thursday evening he visited the little ones on the Children’s Ward at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), and yesterday, he... more

Acting Governor General Sir Philip Greaves (standing at right) listening as resident at the St Michael District Hospital Wesley Sealy (standing at left) plays a Christmas tune on the harmonica.

ACTING GOVERNOR GENERAL Sir Philip Greaves has been busy spreading Christmas cheer to the young and old in recent days. On Thursday evening he visited the little ones on the Children’s Ward at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), and yesterday, he... more

Massy Stores Human Resources Officer, Lois Lythcott, presenting a certification of participation to Ryanne Archer.

There has been an increase in criminal activity on this island. This was revealed by Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police of the Royal Barbados Police Force (RBPF), William Yearwood, who delivered remarks at the Closing Ceremony for the TEAM... more

Senator Harcourt Husbands, Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, as he delivered the feature address.

Students of the Lester Vaughan School in attendance at their recently held Speech Day and Prize-Giving Ceremony, were given five key ingredients for success which they could apply to their own lives, as they strive to make their mark on society.... more

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The group from Her Majesty’s Prison, Social Engineers, posing with Acting PM of Barbados, Richard Sealy after receiving a gold award for their Theatre piece.

Acting Prime Minister of Barbados, the Hon. Richard Sealy believes that 2017 has been a great year for the creative arts in this country.

Acting Hospital Director of the Psychiatric Hospital, Heather Payne-Drakes, hopes to see a partnership develop between that facility and corporate Barbados, so that it could expand the services del

Men often feel marginalised in discussions of domestic violence, but given the opportunity, they have a great deal to offer in generating solutions.

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Former Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados, Dr. Delisle Worrell.

FORMER Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados, Dr.

Sports

THE University of the West Indies can now taste their second title on the tips of their tongues in the Barbados Football Association’s Women’s League as they have taken the lead by a sliver after t

THE chance to join the upper echelons of the David Thompson Memorial Constituency Councils’ Football Classic as one of the few teams to win back-to-back competitions has fallen to St.

Paul Schmidt of Denmark tasting sweet victory as he is the first person to get back home in yesterday's Run Barbados Marathon.

After clocking 32.59.13 minutes to win the 10K event on Saturday afternoon, France’s Jean Habarurema fought with a serious leg pain yesterday, which saw him failing to retain his Marathon title in

Columns

The recent ‘blacklisting’ by the Council of the European Union [EU] of a number of regional jurisdictions, including Barbados, “for having a harmful tax regime and for failing to meet agreed tax go

Just as the nation was in the midst of Independence celebrations, some person or persons decided to give the statue of Lord Nelson a paint job.

“Excessive alcohol use led to approximately 88,000 deaths and 2.5 million years of potential life lost (YPLL) each year in the United States from 2006 – 2010, shortening the lives of those who died

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