News Feed

October 21, 2014 - Arthur to miss first sitting of Parliament Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur i ... +++ October 21, 2014 - ‘Get fit!’ The days of having unfit football r ... +++ October 21, 2014 - Burst pipe a bother As Barbados battles a spike in case ... +++ October 21, 2014 - On guard With pressure mounting on the Freun ... +++ October 21, 2014 - Mottley suggests Ebola site be put in St Lucy Opposition Leader Mia Mottley has s ... +++ October 21, 2014 - NO-BRAINER It’s a foregone conclusion. That ... +++ October 20, 2014 - Daylight shooting Two people are now nursing gunshot ... +++ October 20, 2014 - Hailing icon Holt At least one entertainment group ha ... +++ October 20, 2014 - Mottley blames Govt for Chik-V cases Opposition Leader Mia Mottley has c ... +++ October 20, 2014 - Bullish Despite mounting criticisms over th ... +++ webdesign
broken clouds
humidity: 100%
wind: 4km/h NNE
H 25 • L 25

A toast to the Orans

A toast to the Orans

Multimedia Gallery View all

Editorial View all

Must we now wait for Trinidad’s call?

The revelation made last week by Trinidad and Tobago’s Minister of National Security Gary Griffith that more than 7 000 Barbadians were living…

Again it’s the cricket that suffers

How complicated this summer game of flannelled fools has become. Cricket’s age of innocence has long passed. The big bucks escaped Headley, Weekes,…

We make ourselves their meal

We Barbadians are a dirty lot. And it comes as no surprise that cases of chikungunya are on the rise and perhaps destined…

Clear and present danger

While one might be able to pray or talk one’s way into paradise, it is highly unlikely that expressions of confidence and statements…

Where millions equal peas and soap

Eleven years ago a number of interesting determinations related to sentencing came out of Barbados’ Court of Appeal in the matter of the…

Local News View all

Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur is expected to miss out on the first sitting of Parliament tomorrow, following the summer recess. He is due to be discharged from…

At least one entertainment group has announced it would be paying tribute to Jamaican reggae icon John Holt, who passed away in London last night at the age…

More on Local News

Mottley blames Govt for Chik-V cases

Jordan promises effective representation

Jordan gets the nod

Features View all

Never too young

Never too young

He stepped up to the church podium, the congregation of over 100 –– made up of Government officials, educators, teachers and peers –– looked up,…

Sports View all


Despite mounting criticisms over their decision to quit the tour of India prematurely, and in the face of threats of legal action by Indian authorities against the West…

Well-deserved win

It had all the ingredients of a competitive final. Come-from-behind draws, surprising wins and clinical finishing in the end-game. In the end St Martin’s popped the champagne to…

Barbados beaten by Haiti in football

Barbados suffered defeat  in their Caribbean Football Union U17 Finals Group A match yesterday, going down 2-0 to hosts Haiti at the Sylvio Cator Stadium. Barbados were on…

Soccer Academy win big

The Barbados Soccer Academy (BSA) started the Super League Soccer Tournament with a 5-0 win over Road View over the weekend at the Mahaica grounds in Speightstown, St…

BCCI considers multi-million dollar claim against WICB

BCCI considers multi-million dollar claim against WICB

  The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is likely to claim damages of at least US$65 million from the WICB for West Indies having pulled…

Politics View all

Motorcade cancelled

Motorcade cancelled

A motorcade that was scheduled to take place through the City of Bridgetown by the opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) to whip up interest in next…

Ready to serve

Arthur’s influence

Late to the party

Dem not! swears Arthur

Backing Colin

Lifestyle View all

Cuba the remedy?

  As Chikungunya and dengue cases continue to pile up in Barbados and the rest of…

Get the facts

Get moving to a longer life!

On avoiding Alzheimer’s

100% Bajan chef

Leisure View all

Music for money

Gospel music is again being used to raise tens of thousands of dollars for worthy causes.…

Mylon: No giving up

Ram the music man

Full house for the Corner

Spoken word surge