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Flood warning extended

Flood warning extended

A flood warning for Barbados has been extended amid moderate to heavy showers that have already resulted in the closure of schools and the cancellation of some events. Here is the latest advisory  from the Barbados Meteorological Services: “The interaction of an upper level trough and the Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone continues to produce pockets of […]

A Bajan paradox

Have you ever wondered why so many talented Barbadians choose to live abroad, contributing their skills to help develop other countries when Barbados in some…

Schools closed amid flood warning

Schools closed amid flood warning

All Government schools have been closed amid a flash-flood warning issued by the Barbados Meteorological Services. A statement from the met office this morning noted that…

Gay rights and unions . . .

The Attitudes To Homosexuality In Barbados report notes that there is legislative and, to some extent, popular support for the existence of “common law” marriage,…

Confusion over buggery laws

A report on a study of the attitudes of Barbadians towards homosexuality, prepared by the Caribbean Development Research Services Inc. (CADRES), was recently released, amidst…

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Rain watch

Rain watch

Barbados Pride just cannot seem to escape the rain. Last weekend, they watched helplessly as the adverse weather…

Five hurt in collision

Five people were hurt when two Public Service Vehicles (PSVs), a car, a pickup truck and a pedestrian…

Lil Man big on court

Lil Man big on court

At exactly 12 a.m. this morning, Antoine “Lil Man” Daniel stepped onto the court to face Julian “Snake”…

Maloney stars but Barbados miss out

Stuart Maloney made a triumphant return to the Caribbean Motor Racing Championships (CMRC), even if the same could…

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