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Wednesday - 18th September, 2019
No money back
THE FAIR TRADING COMMISSION (FTC) is concerned about the Barbados Water Authority’s (BWA) service ...
Tuesday - 17th September, 2019
Parents were sick of the situation. And even the minister responsible for the environment w...
Monday - 16th September, 2019
TEACHERS ARE NOT backing down in their fight to be paid separately for correcting School-based Asses...
Friday - 13th September, 2019
Thursday - 12th September, 2019
Wednesday - 11th September, 2019
Tuesday - 10th September, 2019
Hoping to clear backlog in 2 years
WITH FIVE NEW JUDGES coming to tackle the backlog of almost 1 000 criminal cases, the island’s Chi...
Monday - 9th September, 2019
Return to waste land
HOPELESS. That is how residents of the devastated Abaco and Grand Bahama feel one week later.&nb...
Friday - 6th September, 2019
Thursday - 5th September, 2019
PSV snag Plan to move buses in Speightstown on hold
GOVERNMENT’S PLAN to move public service vehicle (PSV) operators off the streets and into the Spei...
Wednesday - 4th September, 2019
Online fight against private school
PROVIDENCE SECONDARY SCHOOL in St George is being accused of discrimination against a 14-year-old st...
Tuesday - 3rd September, 2019
New garbage trucks before year-end
TWELVE new garbage trucks by year-end. Minister of Environment and National Beautification ...
Monday - 2nd September, 2019
Off the hook Motorists ‘getting away with traffic offences’
THE BRIDGETOWN TRAFFIC COURT has been turned into a “paper tiger”, its magistrate has declared, ...
Friday - 30th August, 2019
Upset lawyer gives FTC deadline in bank fee row $5 FEUD
WAYNE GIBBONS was left in shock after he opened a letter on Wednesday from the Treasury Department s...
Thursday - 29th August, 2019
We are to blame
THE ISLAND’S TOP JUDGE has conceded there was a “systemic failure” in a former high-profile, m...
Wednesday - 28th August, 2019
Utility woes, business relief after storm
POWER AND WATER, the two most important utilities to people following bad weather, are still being r...
Tuesday - 27th August, 2019
FOLLOWING is a list of incidents which were reported to the Department of Emergency Management durin...
Monday - 26th August, 2019
OME OF PRIME MINISTER MIA AMOR MOTTLEY’S words to Barbadians during a media briefing at G...
Friday - 23rd August, 2019
Sam Lord’s on pause after $84m spent
After millions of dollars were pumped into the historic Sam Lord’s Castle, construction work there...
Thursday - 22nd August, 2019
Tourism high Big increase in visitor arrivals for 2019
BARBADOS’ TOURISM NUMBERS for 2019 aren’t just up. They’re up big. Tourism officials ...
Wednesday - 21st August, 2019
Rebuke for prosecutors
FED UP WITH THE number of old cases that have no files, a Bridgetown magistrate yesterday chastised ...
Tuesday - 20th August, 2019
THE LEADERS of two political parties have blasted the way in which the Mia Mottley administration is...
Monday - 19th August, 2019
Five the hard way
THE NATIONAL PHYSIQUE CHAMPIONSHIPS didn’t quite have the fireworks of yesteryear, but some young ...
Friday - 16th August, 2019
PSV FEARS BWA worker cries out for water
Vernese Fraser-harewood has had enough of dry taps in Chimborazo. Things have become so bad...
Thursday - 15th August, 2019
Fire Chief’s concern
THE TOWERING PILES of flammable materials at reprocessing facilities across the island are raising r...
Wednesday - 14th August, 2019
In a tight spot with waste
CHINA’S DECISION to ban the imports of solid waste materials has left Barbados’ recycling indust...
Tuesday - 13th August, 2019
No sewage leaks
THERE ARE NO LEAKS in the South Coast Sewerage system. That assurance has come from Ministe...
Monday - 12th August, 2019
THOSE “NO REFUND” SIGNS liberally posted inside stores are illegal as consumers are entitled to ...
Friday - 9th August, 2019
‘Inform us before freeing inmates’
On August 1, Junior Mapp got a shock when he picked up the newspaper. He saw that Omar Hold...
Thursday - 8th August, 2019
Mum opens up
THE YOUNG MOTHER and wife whose family died in the tragic fire of July 24 has broken her silence pub...
Wednesday - 7th August, 2019
Maloney, TCL differ on final ruling
EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN of Rock Hard Cement, Mark Maloney, is expecting the landscape for the cement indu...
Tuesday - 6th August, 2019
SYNERGY set for rescue mission
THE Regional Operational Preparedness and Response Exercise entitled SYNERGY has started. H...
Monday - 5th August, 2019
70 left ashore Backlash for Bad Rep cruise from upset customers
A POPULAR CRUISE left 70 disgruntled customers stranded on the dock and watching the MV Harbour Mast...
Friday - 2nd August, 2019
GONE AGAIN BWA terminates manager for second time –
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Thursday - 1st August, 2019
Man wins in Court of Appeal Death Row inmate freed
NINE YEARS AGO, a 27-year-old Omar Dacosta Holder was hustled off to Death Row, condemned for the mu...
Wednesday - 31st July, 2019
Airport staff up in arms
VISITORS to Barbados for the last lap of Crop Over could find themselves waiting on the plane for lo...
Tuesday - 30th July, 2019
No need to fear, says QEH
A SUBSTANCE CRITICAL to HIV patient blood-testing is running low. However, officials at the...
Monday - 29th July, 2019
Power soca takes over
Last night Mikey showed that power soca was alive and kicking as he won the first ever MQI 98.1 The ...
Friday - 26th July, 2019
AFTERSHOCK Deaths bringing residents closer
Those closest to Corelius Barrow, 42, who perished in a blaze on Wednesday along with his toddlers R...
Thursday - 25th July, 2019
Father, babies perish in fire
eight months, lost their lives in an explosion and subsequent fire at their Regency Drive, Warrens P...
Wednesday - 24th July, 2019
Some still flouting plastics ban
TWENTY-THREE DAYS after the country banned single-use plastics, reports suggest that Barbadians are ...
Tuesday - 23rd July, 2019
Be fair Bandleaders reminded of consumer protection
COUNT IN the Fair Trading Commission (FTC) for Crop Over. The consumer protection agency is...
Monday - 22nd July, 2019
Band blues Some struggling to fill sections for Kadooment
KADOOMENT DAY ISNâ€™T shaping up to be a â€œMega Mondayâ€ as some bandleaders of the 2...
Friday - 19th July, 2019
BWA freezes tank offer
Another public/private sector partnership between the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) and In...
Thursday - 18th July, 2019
Archer says little on return home
FRESH from the heroics of the World Cup, fast bowler Jofra Archer is back home to ...
Wednesday - 17th July, 2019
Smith claims wrongful dismissal
YET ANOTHER SITUATION is brewing at the National Union of Publ...
Tuesday - 16th July, 2019
LIAT talks hit snag
ANTIGUA IS PLAYING hard ball with the Barbados Government over the LIAT issue. That country...
Monday - 15th July, 2019
WHILE THE RESULTS of the 2019 sugar harvest have yet to be disclosed by officials, private farmers a...
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