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Prison boss worried about risks to officers at Dodds

The island’s top prison officer is expressing concern over daily security risks being faced by officers at the HMP Dodds. However, Prison Superintendent…

Inniss not worried about female rivals

Inniss not worried about female rivals

Member of Parliament for St James South Donville Inniss is not losing sleep over the fact that both his declared opponents for the…

Lashley hears PSVs cry for NSRL ease

Lashley hears PSVs cry for NSRL ease

Some financial ease may be on the way for the privately owned public service vehicle (PSV) sector. Minister of Transport and Works Michael…

Guilty verdict

Guilty verdict

Former clerical officer at the Psychiatric Hospital Anderson Ryan Ince today lost his freedom after he was found guilty of stealing and laundering…

Williams Industries feeling the economic pinch – CEO

Williams Industries feeling the economic pinch – CEO

A top official of one of this island’s leading conglomerates says while there are still many positive features to Barbados, the ease of…

‘We missed the boat’

‘We missed the boat’

Economist Jeremy Stephen has publicly revealed that he was one of the major architects behind Cabinet minister Dr David Estwick’s controversial United Arab…

Inniss’ vow

Inniss’ vow

Minister of International Business, Industry, Commerce and Small Business Development Donville Inniss is making it clear that no one, not even his boss,…

Bill is not about banning jokes at work – Lady Haynes

Bill is not about banning jokes at work – Lady Haynes

An independent senator is warning that the Employment Sexual Harassment (Protection) Bill 2017 must not be seen as a vehicle for banning jokes…

Senate approves sexual harassment bill

Senate approves sexual harassment bill

The Senate this evening approved the Employment Sexual Harassment (Prevention) Bill 2017, which Government Senator Verla De Peiza described as a “paradigm shift”…



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We do not seek to take a cynical view of the recently launched Model Guidelines For Sexual Offence Cases In The Caribbean Region, which is an expensive initiative…

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FAO official issues food warning

FAO official issues food warning

Barbadians are literally eating themselves to death, warns a top official of the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO). In addition, sub-regional coordinator for the FAO…

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Bajan blues

Bajan blues

Barbados’ women suffered a similar fate tonight to their male counterparts when they were trounced 5-1 by hosts Guyana at the 2017 Indoor Hockey Pan Am Championships at…

Trinidad thrash Bajan men 8-2

Trinidad thrash Bajan men 8-2

On today’s third day of the Indoor Hockey Pan Am Championships, the Hockey Tridents went under to perennial rivals Trinidad and Tobago 8-2 when they took the field…

Bolt to ‘race’ with Hamilton

Bolt to ‘race’ with Hamilton

World’s fastest man Usain Bolt is no stranger to speed, but even he is likely to be impressed by a lap with Formula 1 leader Lewis Hamilton. The…

Tough times

Tough times

Today was another tough day at the ‘office’ for the Hockey Tridents at the Pan Am Hockey Championships being played at the indoor Cliff Anderson Sports Hall, Georgetown,…

Road tennis’ SOS – a home

Road tennis’ SOS – a home

Road tennis continues to grow bigger and bigger in Barbados, attracting thousands of spectators and hundreds of participants. But the sport has no home and chief executive officer…

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Students explore international business

Students explore international business

Close to 400 fifth and sixth form students drawn from the island’s secondary schools and the…

Blind calypso battle is on

Climate change is very real

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CIBC FirstCaribbean wows with red CARpet show

CIBC FirstCaribbean wows with red CARpet show

It was dubbed the first ever  “fashion show” for cars in Barbados-the CIBC FirstCaribbean Red CARpet…

Massy offers a new driving academy

Fisherfolk helping their own in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria