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Nurses sticking with CTUSAB in wage negotiation with Gov’t

The Barbados Nurses Association (BNA) is sticking with the Congress of Trade Unions and Staff Associations of Barbados (CTUSAB) as civil servants continue their push…

2nd road fatality for 2018

2nd road fatality for 2018

Barbados has recorded its second road fatality for the year. Dead is a 36-year-old male, who was a passenger in a lady-driven white…

Dark Hole, St Joseph road closed

Dark Hole, St Joseph road closed

The public is asked to note that the road leading to St Sylvan’s Village, also known as Dark Hole, St Joseph, has been…

Ban tinted windows, says Lashley

Ban tinted windows, says Lashley

Minister of Transport and Works Michael Lashley is convinced that the number of heavily tinted vehicles on the island’s roads contribute to an…

Gay push

Gay push

Decriminalize same sex unions! This was one of the touchy recommendations made to Barbados today during a United Nations (UN) meeting in Geneva…

Tears for Clarke

Tears for Clarke

Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite today headed the list of official dignitaries for the funeral service of late police constable Hazel Linnette Clarke, a…

Red caps blue

Red caps blue

Less than a month after the red caps service at Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA) moved to a new level with the launch…

Public servants in no-win situation, economists suggest

Public servants in no-win situation, economists suggest

With the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) being forced back to evaluate its position following the virtual failure of its two-day protest…

Strikeout

Strikeout

It’s back to the drawing board for top officials of the island’s largest public sector trade union, the National Union of Public Workers…



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It’s normal for children to joke around and play pranks on each other for fun; in fact, it’s a natural part of growing up. However, such pranks and…

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Driver’s pledge

Driver’s pledge

Concerned that on average Barbados records in excess of 20 vehicular accidents per day, one local insurance company has launched a major information campaign it…

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Pride in charge

Pride in charge

Barbados Pride pace quartet of Chemar Holder, Keon Harding, Justin Greaves and Dominic Drakes brought to life a pedestrian day with hostile bowling in the final hour to…

Lightning Blue Bolts

Lightning Blue Bolts

It was twice as nice for Blue House Bolts, as they repeated as champions for a second consecutive year at St Paul’s Primary Inter-house Sports held today at…

Smart money is on Zip Code

Smart money is on Zip Code

The eagerly anticipated clash between 2017 Barbados Derby winner Butterfly and the rapidly improving Zip Code comes off on Errol Barrow Day Bank Holiday in the Australia Handicap,…

Green House leading

Green House leading

Defending champions Red House Lions are on the verge of relinquishing their title at the Luther Thorne Memorial Inter-house Sports. That is unless the infants can pick up…

Brooks’ day

Brooks’ day

Captain Shamarh Brooks scored a classy century for Barbados Pride against Jamaica Scorpions on the opening day of the final round of the Digicel 4 Day Professional Cricket League…

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Coping with on the job stress

Coping with on the job stress

In the ever-demanding world of work you are often warned that “stress kills”. However, according to…

After the hurricane

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The 19th child

The 19th child

He is the 19th of 21 children born to James and Louise Hunter of Racine, Wisconsin,…

New wheels

History lesson

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JAMAICA – Bracing for Buju

JAMAICA – Bracing for Buju

KINGSTON – There is rarely a major stage show held in Jamaica without artistes paying homage…

TRINIDAD – T&T elects first female President

JAMAICA – Crime fight on