(Barbados Nation) It could have been handled differently. That’s the opinion of Queen’s Counsel Michael Lashley, when his four clients – three Colombians and a Guyanese – faced the District “C” St Matthias Magistrates’ Court yesterday.
(Barbados Nation) Prime Minister Mia Mottley has thrown a lifeline for pensioners feeling the squeeze under Barbados’ domestic debt restructuring programme.
Prime Minister of Barbados Mia Amor Mottley is paying an official three-day visit to the Republic of Suriname from today, Wednesday, November 14, to Friday, November 16.
(Barbados Nation) Hundreds of students at Grantley Adams Memorial School are on a “hunger strike”.
(Barbados Nation) The two officials from the Washington University of Barbados (WUB) accused of defrauding Asha “Mrs Ram” Mirchandani with four bounced cheques were granted $200 000 bail each yesterday.
(Barbados Nation) The people of Hong Kong and Norway are the only ones in the world now paying higher gasoline prices than Bajans.
(Barbados Nation) Madeline Holder’s family went all out for her 100th birthday yesterday.
(Barbados Nation) A major case related to the collapse of CLICO has finally been settled, releasing millions of dollars for the benefit of policyholders.
(Barbados Nation) Some cancer patients in Barbados are having difficulty sourcing vital chemotherapy drugs.
(Barbados Nation) A Barbadian who pleaded guilty to multiple child sex offences dating back to the 1980s, has been jailed in the United Kingdom.
(Barbados Nation) Appeal Court Judge Andrew Burgess is set to become the first Barbadian to be appointed to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ).
(Barbados Nation) Calling the decision to send home more than 1,000 public servants the toughest one she has had to make in public life, Prime Minister Mia Mottley on Friday apologised again for the haphazard manner in which the latest retrenchment programme had displaced some Barbadians.
(Barbados Nation) Former cabinet minister Donville Inniss will stand trial on money-laundering charges in a Brooklyn federal court from June 24 next year.
(BARBADOS NATION) The teenager accused of stabbing a schoolboy last week on Tudor Street, The City, will spend the next 28 days at HMP Dodds.
(Barbados Nation) Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley has dismissed rumours that thousands of civil servants will be on the breadline as Government starts its International Monetary Fund-backed restructuring process.
(Barbados Nation) A director of Washington University of Barbados has been remanded to prison after he appeared in court on Saturday.
(BARBADOS NATION) American Airlines has unveiled the extension of the additional winter capacity from hub cities Charlotte and Miami to Barbados, through its 2019 summer core flight schedule.
(BARBADOS NATION) At 11 a.m. Tropical Storm Kirk was centred near 12.1N 54.3W or about 360 miles (575 km) east of Barbados.
(BARBADOS GIS) Government has appointed international pop icon, Robyn “Rihanna” Fenty, as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, with specific responsibility for promoting education, tourism and investment for the island.
(Barbados Government Information Service) Anyone applying for Barbados passports for the first time, or those seeking to renew them, will now be issued with an e-passport.
(BARBADOS NATION) It is time to resume hanging people in Barbados when all their appeals have been exhausted.
(BARBADOS NATION) Barbadians will be given details of Phases Two and Three of Government’s Barbados Economic Recovery and Transformation Plan in the next two weeks.