(Barbados Nation) Attorney General Dale Marshall is warning Barbadians that terrorism threats might be closer to home than they think.
(Barbados Nation) Prime Minister Mia Mottley has established a special committee as Government seeks to ensure investors are not granted “egregious contracts” and concessions.
(Barbados Nation) A screaming prankster and his friend, who barged into a church disrupting its service last week and scaring members, have been condemned by the minister for the social media antic.
(Barbados Nation) Trinidad Cement Limited (TCL) isn’t planning on waiting for the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) to determine what’s next in the cement war against Barbados-based Rock Hard Cement after all.
(Barbados Nation) Government’s amendment to the Bail Act has received some approval from the court of public opinion.
(Barbados Nation) DRUG USERS who have been caught with what might seem to be small quantities of marijuana are actually helping to fuel the trade in illegal guns.
(Barbados nation) Two fake cops were forced to flee and call the real police after Deacons, St Michael residents set upon them when they tried to confiscate a second bicycle.
(Barbados Nation) Sweet deals have come to an end. This is the promise of Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley who said Government was in the process of renegotiating public contracts which she described as expensive and untendered.
(Barbados Nation) The gun violence has hit too close to home for one St Philip community.
(Barbados Nation) A mother and son are the island’s latest murder victims after a double homicide at Rices, St Philip tonight.
(Barbados Nation) A subcontractor’s first day on the job at Portvale Sugar Factory ended tragically on Saturday afternoon when he fell 70 feet to his death.
(Barbados Nation) Another school has closed because of environmental issues. And Minister of Education Santia Bradshaw is asking parents and teachers for their patience.
(Barbados Nation) Barbados has been blacklisted by the European Union (EU), and faces the threat of “sanctions”, including reduced funding.
(Barbados Nation) Parkland Fuel Corporation is now calling the shots at SOL and management has signalled changes are coming to the Caribbean fuel company.
(Barbados Nation) The Royal Barbados Police Force and the Child Care Board are currently investigating an incident which began circulating on social media last Sunday of a child tied up with rope.
(Barbados Nation) Minister of Education Santia Bradshaw says she will not tolerate teachers who flog children when the law does not permit them to do so.
(Barbados Nation) Regional airline LIAT could go belly-up in the next ten days unless CARICOM can find it a $10 million lifeline.
(Barbados Nation) There are six major gangs in Barbados, and guns are being circulated or rented for up to Bds$10 000.
(Barbados Nation) A teenager was shot dead on Tuesday night during a police operation at London Road, Brittons Hill, St Michael.
(Barbados Nation) Three Green Monkeys caused a power outage in The City yesterday morning.
(Barbados Nation) Businessman George Reginald Ivan Parris has been remanded to HMP Dodds.
(Barbados Nation) Reports reaching the NATION indicate that the Louis Lynch stand, commonly referred to as the VIP stand, at the National Stadium is on fire.
(Barbados Nation) Their Royal Highnesses, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will pay an official visit to Barbados on Tuesday, March 19, as part of a Caribbean tour.
(Barbados Nation) Special permission was granted for Buju Banton to perform in Barbados because his criminal conviction automatically disqualified him from gaining entry into the island.
(Barbados Nation) THE CLOSE-KNIT RURAL COMMUNITY of Walkes Spring, St Thomas, has been thrown into a state of shock following the gruesome killing of one of its senior citizens, Douglas “Dougy” Barker.
(Barbados Nation) SOME BEACH OPERATORS on the South Coast are in a financial bind as an invasion of Sargassum seaweed chokes their business.
(Barbados Nation) There is an upsurge in the rodent population in Barbados and it is costing Government almost $200 000 annually in its baiting programme.
(Barbados Nation) A monumental change is coming to the way the annual Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure are presented in the House of Assembly.
(Barbados Nation) The perceived level of public sector corruption in Barbados has not declined, but it is the lowest in the Caribbean.
(Barbados Nation) Triple murder accused, eighteen-year-old Ramario Roach, of River Bay, St Lucy, has been charged with three counts of murder.
(Barbados Nation) Government has partnered with Caribbean LED lighting to replace most of the public street lights in Barbados.
(Barbados Government Information Service) From April 1, the importation, retail, sale and use of petro-based single use plastic (plastic made from petroleum) will no longer be allowed in Barbados.
(Barbados Nation) The boots of the Barbados Defence Force (BDF) will be hitting the streets alongside those of the Royal Barbados Police Force (RBPF) in a step to reduce crime and gun violence.
(Barbados Nation) The long arm of the law will be reaching those business people who are behind the importation of illegal weapons through the Bridgetown Port.
(Barbados Nation) ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND gallons of alcohol went up in flames yesterday at the Mount Gay Rum Distillery in St Lucy.
(Barbados Nation) Three shooting deaths within the first two weeks of the year have left residents in some communities fearing for their lives.
(Barbados Nation) On Monday, January 14 police arrested and charged Janella Christy Milord Ashford 18, of 219 Lucinda Crescent, K1WOA1, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and Marc Dawins Cimeus, 20 of 932B Cummings Avenue, Ottawa Ontario, Canada with, possession of cannabis, intent to supply cannabis, trafficking in cannabis and importation.
(Barbados Nation) According to several international media sources Rihanna is suing her father Ronald Fenty for exploiting the Fenty name.
(Barbados Nation) A new post will be created to keep an eagle eye on Government spending and especially state-owned enterprises.
(Barbados Nation) She initially lodged a charge against her common-law husband for assault, but after conversing with some other women in the District “A” courtyard, a Guyanese woman decided to drop the matter against him.
(Barbados Nation) Tuesday night’s killing of a tattoo artist, who was shot 16 times, has left his family in a state of shock.
(Barbados Nation) Several mourners turned up at St Stephen’s Anglican Church on Wednesday afternoon for a funeral service, but the corpse never made an appearance.
(Barbados Nation) About 46 sugar workers are being cut from the Barbados Agricultural Management Company (BAMC).
(Barbados Nation) Barbados has recorded its first murder for 2019. Police say investigations are continuing into the unnatural death of a Shaqullie Toppin 24-year-old St Michael resident, who was shot around 9:55 last night at Danesbury near Retreat Road Black Rock.
(Barbados Nation) The 2019 sugar cane harvest will start on a dire note, with layoffs starting today and the country’s lone sugar factory not yet fit for operation.
(Barbados Nation) The Mighty Gabby is still going strong. The veteran entertainer and Cultural Ambassador, real name Anthony Carter, is in his Clapham, St Michael home resting after being in hospital.
(Jamaica Observer) CONTRARY to media reports, Barbados Gays and Lesbians Against Discrimination (B-GLAD) said it has no issue with Buju Banton performing in that Caribbean island.
(Barbados nation) Disputes between the Chinese and local contractors at Wyndham Sam Lord’s Castle Resort are threatening to stall construction of the multimillion-dollar hotel.
(Barbados Nation) Two years and six months after he was expected to be sentenced, Terry Cassius Seale was sentenced to 18 years in jail for manslaughter on Wednesday.
(Barbados Nation) The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has ruled in favour of Trinidad Cement Ltd (TCL) and Arawak Cement Ltd in their battle with local importer Rock Hard Cement to have tariffs on imported cement remain at 60 per cent, and not five per cent as argued by the company.