(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.
(Jamaica Star) Barbados has announced its intention to become a republic and remove Britain’s Queen Elizabeth as head of state by November next year.
(Barbados Nation) Three men were remanded when they appeared in the District “A” Magistrates Court on murder and arson charges yesterday morning.
(Barbados Nation) To Barbadians he was the “People’s King”, but to his daughter Zena Worrell, Colin Observer Reid, 65, was the greatest father in the world.
(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.
(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.
(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.
(Barbados Nation) The service for the state funeral of former Prime Minister Owen Seymour Arthur will be held on Friday, August 14 at 2 p.m.
(Barbados Nation) Carrier interCaribbean Airways is expected to touch down in Barbados tomorrow, joining several other airlines picking up the slack as the regionally-owned LIAT remains grounded with financial woes.
(Barbados Nation) Prime Minister Mia Mottley yesterday announced the arrival of interCaribbean Airways to Barbados, with flights expected to start from August 4.
(Barbados Nation) Twelve people, including nine of the nurses who recently arrived from Ghana, returned positive results from COVID-19 tests conducted on Friday by the Best Dos-Santos Public health Laboratory.
(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.
(Barbados Nation) Government will move this week to reduce travel taxes, says Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley.
(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.
Former Barbadian Prime Minister Owen Seymour Arthur passed away this morning at age 70.
(Barbados nation) Government is planning to build a $320 million, 25 megawatt waste-to-energy plant at Vaucluse, St Thomas.
(Barbados Nation) The statute of Lord Horatio Nelson is to be moved from Heroes Square.
(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.
(Barbados Nation) Barbados will not be stepping down from using Cuban nurses in the fight against the coronavirus (COVID-19) in spite of threats from the United States.
(Barbados Nation) One Caribbean Limited, the St Vincent and the Grenadines-based airline, will soon be operating regular daily flights from Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA).