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St James South keeps tradition alive

St James South keeps tradition alive

Scores of families in the St James South constituency converged on the Wanstead Ridge Park today Easter Monday as they joined in the eighth annual kite flying family fun day, hosted by Member of Parliament for the area Donville Inniss. The opportunity, which provided for children to learn the art of kite making and engage […]

Incredible performances unfold at Barbados Surf Pro QS3,000

Incredible performances unfold at Barbados Surf Pro QS3,000

An incredible day of action unfolded Thursday at the World Surf League (WSL) Barbados Surf Pro Qualifying Series (QS) 3,000. Both men and women got back in the water and completed their respective Round Three bouts – and near-perfection ensued from the beginning. The majority of top seeds from both events showed their dominance and […]

Police investigate accident at Maxwell, Christ Church

Police investigate accident at Maxwell, Christ Church

Police are on the scene of an accident at Maxwell,  Christ Church. (more details as they come to hand)

Missing teen found

Missing teen found

  Police report that 16-year-old Jevon Elcock, of Gibbons Boggs, Christ Church has been found and is safe. Elcock was reported missing last Friday, April 7th.   

Two people injured in accident at Waterford, St Michael

Two people injured in accident at Waterford, St Michael

  Two people are nursing injuries following an accident at Waterford, St Michael around 7:15 a.m. today. Fifty-four-year-old Deborah Howell- Cadogan of Friendly Hall, St Michael was the driver of the first car, while 60-year-old Danny Gill of Jackson, St Michael, drove the second car. Howell-Cadogan suffered pain to the right hip and right leg. […]

Three injured in accident at My Lord’s Hill, St Michael

Three injured in accident at My Lord’s Hill, St Michael

Three people suffered injuries in an accident at My Lord’s Hill, St Michael today around 8 a.m. The accident involved a car driven by 36-year-old Samuel Boyce of Arch Hall, St Thomas, and a van driven by 49-year-old Thomas Harris of Buttals, Grove, St George. Boyce and his passenger 57-year-old Cynthia Boyce, of Bayville, St […]

Toddler in critical condition following accident

Toddler in critical condition following accident

A two-year-old boy is in critical condition, at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), following a vehicle accident last evening at Sargeants Village, Christ Church. According to police spokesman Acting Inspector Roland Cobbler the toddler and several other children were reportedly running along the road, when the two-year-old ran into the path of the vehicle driven […]

Cost of Zika estimated at up to US$18 billion

Cost of Zika estimated at up to US$18 billion

UNITED NATIONS (REGION) — A new United Nations report has found that in addition to the impact on public health, the mosquito-borne Zika outbreak could cost the Latin American and the Caribbean region as much as US$18 billion between 2015 and 2017. The report, titled “Socio-economic impact assessment of Zika virus in Latin America and […]

Blame CARICOM for EPA failures, says Inniss

Blame CARICOM for EPA failures, says Inniss

The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) must take some responsibility for the failure of Barbadian and regional businesses to take advantage of the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA), says Minister of International Business, Industry, Commerce and Small Business Development Donville Inniss. Inniss this week told a trade forum at the Radisson Aquatica Resort it was CARICOM’s fault that […]

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