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Two-year-old dies from electrocution

Two-year-old dies from electrocution

A large crowd gathered as a neighbourhood mourn the death of a two-year old. This evening the members of the close-knit Parish Land, Christ Church community was plunged into mourning after Trewayne Lerick Cummins fell on an exposed electrical wire and was electrocuted. The wire was attached to a refrigerator a mere 25 feet away […]

Time for cricket change

Time for cricket change

West Indies cricket is preparing to take fresh guard

LIAT to buy seven new aircraft

LIAT to buy seven new aircraft

LIAT is about to embark on a multi-million dollar fleet renewal programme

IPL poses threat to West Indies cricket

IPL poses threat to West Indies cricket

Find a way to pay Chris Gayle and company more money and work out a special arrangement with the international cricketing world. Failing this West Indies cricket faces destruction from the “money and power” of the Indian Premier League and its 20/20 cricket contemporaries. St. Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves issued that […]

Gov't moving closer to offshore drilling

The long mooted hunt for oil and gas in Barbados’ territorial waters is moving closer to reality.

Following last month’s announcement by Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs Chris Sinckler that Government was close to signing an agreement enabli

Small slice of Bim

BAND TO SHOWCASE Bajan culture on streets of new york

There will be a lot of Crop-Over in New York this year for Labour Day.

In fact, Goddess International in association with Bajan Paradise, is ready to take over Labour Day celebration with a ba

Beachgoers advised to use caution

Members of the public are being urged to exercise caution when engaging in watersports activities this summer.

This advice is coming from Shipping Superintendent in the Ministry of International Business and International Transport, Walter Best, who

Gov’t moving closer to offshore drilling

The long mooted hunt for oil and gas in Barbados’ territorial waters is moving closer to reality.

Following last month’s announcement by Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs Chris Sinckler that Government was close to signing an agreement enabli

Bajan Day back again

super centre continuing with initiative to promote local products

Expect a day full of excitement tomorrow at the Super Centre supermarket in Warrens St. Michael.

From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. the supermarket will be celebrating Bajan Day. Marketing Man