Barbados News

Grantley Adams International Airport.
Grantley Adams International Airport.

CARICOM Travel Bubble in operation

(Barbados Nation) Barbados, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Dominica, and Antigua and Barbuda, have started operating the CARICOM Travel Bubble, with the hope of resuscitating the travel and tourism sectors.

Acting Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Innovation Science and Smart Technology, Charley Brown (left), and General Manager of Productive Business Solutions (Barbados) Ltd, Elvin Nash, signing the contract to start the Barbados Digital ID and National ID Card Replacement Project. (BGIS)

Barbados moves to digital ID cards

(Barbados Nation) The Barbados Digital ID and National ID Card Replacement Project officially started with the signing of a contract between the Ministry of Innovation Science and Smart Technology (MIST) and Productive Business Solutions (PBS) (Barbados) Ltd.

Eddisa Deon Mitchell

Barbados man guilty of manslaughter begs for forgiveness

(Barbados Nation) The then 20-year-old, who pumped three bullets in Colin Forde as the popular Baxters Road proprietor struggled with another assailant, begged Forde’s family for forgiveness.   In addition, Eddisa Deon Mitchell said he hoped society would not judge him harshly on his release from prison.

Fond memories as Owen Arthur laid to rest

(Barbados Nation) Cheers erupted through the streets of Speightstown, St Peter yesterday, as Barbadians took up every possible vantage point to get a look at the funeral cortège of former Prime Minister, Professor Owen Arthur.

Ghanaian nurses arrive in Barbados

(Barbados Nation) The Ghanaian nurses are here. The contingent of 49 female and 46 male nurses was warmly greeted by a delegation of health and tourism officials shortly after arrival at Grantley Adams International Airport on Thursday evening aboard a chartered Azores Airlines flight.

Owen Arthur

Owen Arthur: From St Peter to Barbados

(Barbados Nation) From humble beginnings in St Peter, Owen Seymour Arthur, who passed away yesterday,  rose to lead Barbados during one of its most turbulent times, serving as Prime Minister from 1994 to 2008.

Prime Minister Mia Mottley

Mottley shuffles Cabinet

(Barbados nation) The chairmen of two statutory organisations were promoted to the Ministerial Cabinet in changes announced by Prime Minister Mia Mottley in an address to the nation from Ilaro Court last evening.

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