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Accountants encouraged to share advice

Accountants encouraged to share advice

Accountants are being encouraged to take the lead in offering sound advice, not just on issues of finances and transparency, but in helping to chart a path forward. In what could be regarded as a message to accounts to help the Freundel Stuart administration on a sustainable growth path for the Barbados economy, Reverend Dr […]

Fogging schedule for November 6 to 10

Fogging schedule for November 6 to 10

The Ministry of Health will continue its efforts to rid the island of dengue and other mosquito borne diseases when a number of districts across the island are fogged. On Monday, November 6, the team will be in Christ Church and will spray Rollins Road, Goodland Road, Bourne’s Land, Goodland Gardens, Courtville Road, Silver Sands […]

Residents educated on green economy

Residents educated on green economy

Barbadians from all walks of life were educated on a green economy as they traversed through Queen’s Park on Friday and Saturday at the 2nd annual National Green Knowledge Fair, under the theme, ‘Connecting People to Nature: Pathways to the Green Economy’ UNDP Resident Representative for Barbados Stephen O’Malley speaking at the opening ceremony said […]

New Orleans teen missing

New Orleans teen missing

Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating 18-year-old Javani Dacosta Ifill, of 7th Ave, New Orleans, St Michael. He was last seen by his mother Judy Gooding sometime around 7 a.m. on Wednesday, November 1. Dacosta is 6 ft tall, slim build, of light brown complexion and has a longish head. He is small […]

DLP to roll out online platform to interact with youths

DLP to roll out online platform to interact with youths

The Young Democrats, the youth arm of the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) is reaching out to the youth to get their views on the issues affecting society. General Secretary George Pilgrim said the Young Democrats will soon pilot an online platform named YES – Youth Effecting Solutions, which will seek to interact with youth to […]

Caddle joins Gully Hill residents in cleaning up community

Caddle joins Gully Hill residents in cleaning up community

After months of trying to reach the relevant authorities, Gully Hill residents have decided to take back their community centre, park and playing field and most importantly a nearby track that residents traverse every day and jovially refer to as a highway. The track and playing field had become difficult to access because of overgrown […]

Crime Stoppers Barbados names new chairman

Crime Stoppers Barbados names new chairman

Crime Stoppers Barbados has announced that Oral Reid has been named as its new Chairman of the Board. He previously served as Chairman of Crime Stoppers Barbados from 2011-2013. Crime Stoppers said Reid’s long and distinguished career in law enforcement makes him a perfect choice to head Crime Stoppers Barbados whose mission is to mobilize […]

Renewed effort to clear backlog in court cases

Renewed effort to clear backlog in court cases

Concerned that just over 50 per cent of the more than 900-strong prison population is people on remand, Government is making another effort to clear the backlog in court cases. Today the Government in association with the National Centre for State Courts and the US Department of State, introduced a special two-day workshop where members […]

UPDATE: Early morning St Peter accident claims one life

UPDATE: Early morning St Peter accident claims one life

Investigations continue into a road fatality which occurred sometime around 5:35 this morning along Pleasant Hall Road, St Peter, at its junction with the Charles Duncan O’Neal Highway. Two motorcars were involved in the accident which resulted in the death of 78-year-old Bentley DeCoursey Belgrave, a Barbadian who resides in the United States of America. […]