(Barbados Nation) Barbados has produced only 7 800 tonnes of sugar from about 93 600 tonnes of cane this year, one of the most disappointing harvests in the last decade.
(Barbados Nation) The Ministry of Health and Wellness has warned Barbadians about the dangers of vaping, particularly on the heels of reports of an outbreak of severe respiratory illnesses associated with the practice in the United States.
(Barbados Nation) Police have charged two men with the murder of 22-year-old Rahim Ward.
(Barbados Nation) At least one Barbadian living in The Bahamas who was reported on social media as missing, is alive and well today.
(Barbados Nation) Make that two CEOs Government has parted ways with in the last fortnight.
(Barbados Nation) A school day finds Sybil Leacock in the classroom doing what she has been doing for the last 72 years – teaching.
(Barbados Nation) Miss Universe Barbados 2019 is Shanel Ifill. The statuesque beauty was crowned moments ago before a packed house at the Barbados Hilton Resort, Needhams Points, St Michael.
(Barbados Nation) A major step has been taken towards having a medical marijuana industry in Barbados with the piloting of the Medicinal Cannabis Industry Bill 2019 in the House of Assembly on Friday.
(Barbados Nation) A mother’s worst fear was realised today. Barbara Dorant-Layne broke down after identifying the body taken from a shallow grave at Walkers, St Andrew, this afternoon as that of her son Rahim Ward.
(Barbados Nation) On Thursday, Jason Renaldo Ashton declared his head was hot and that was why he told a man “what I had to tell him”.
(Barbados Nation) More than a year after a legal fight began over a $5 bank fee, the matter is yet to be heard by the Fair Trading Commission (FTC).
(Barbados Government Information Service) No major incidents, damage or injuries were reported across Barbados following the passage of Tropical Storm Dorian Monday night and early yesterday morning.
BRIDGETOWN, (Reuters) – Tropical Storm Dorian gathered strength today as it barreled west toward Barbados, where residents stocked up on food to hunker down for an onslaught of heavy wind and rain.
(Barbados Nation) Prime Minister Mia Mottley has called on Barbadians to be their brother’s keeper as preparations take place for the passage of Tropical Storm Dorian.
(Barbados Nation) THE BARBADOS METEOROLOGICAL Services has issued a Tropical Storm Watch for Barbados.
(Barbados Nation) A 54-year-old ZR driver is the island’s latest murder victim.
(Barbados Nation) Today the Medicinal Cannabis Bill will be laid in Parliament.
(Barbados Nation) Two Colombians and a Romanian national two of whom were caught with fraudulent banking cards confessed to stealing money from various ATMs of Republic Bank when they appeared in the District “A” Magistrates Court earlier yesterday.
(Barbados Nation) The young mother and wife whose family died in the tragic fire of July 24 has broken her silence publicly forgiving her husband, opening up about having her ability to grieve taken away and touching on persistent rumours.
(Barbados Nation) Former Minister of Industry and Commerce Donville Inniss will be in court again tomorrow in the United States.