(Barbados Nation) In his election victory speech last night, Prime Minister and leader of the Dominica Labour Party (DLP) Roosevelt Skerrit called for restraint, respect and calm in the country.
(Barbados Nation) Former Barbadian Prime Minister , Professor Owen Arthur, says Barbados has to urgently build “a new economy”, warning that “the boat is pulling out of harbour and we are not on it”.
(Barbados Nation) Authorities are hastening to correct an error in the court system which left hundreds of couples believing they were divorced, when they were not.
(Barbados Nation) Three neighbours are dead and two others suffered injuries yesterday in a cutlass attack at Walkers, St Andrew.
(Barbados Nation) The entire Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre ( LESC) may eventually be taken over by the Ross University School of Medicine.
(Barbados Nation) The Barbados Light & Power Company yesterday agreed to urgently add another 15 kilowatts of generating capacity to its electricity grid, part of the process of guaranteeing its capacity after two consecutive days of power outages last week.
(Barbados Nation) The man who was shot and killed late Sunday night has been identified as Denzil Obed Scarboro, alias Blue, of Farm Road, St Philip.
(Barbados Nation) Calling the situation unacceptable and embarrassing, Prime Minister Mia Mottley has asked for a meeting with the chairman of Barbados Light and Power/Emera.
BRIDGETOWN, (Reuters) – Barbados was hit by serious power outages for a second day today, forcing schools and some businesses to close and hitting water supplies on the island.
(Barbados Nation) Banks Holdings Limited (BHL) says its subsidiary Banks (Barbados) Breweries Ltd has not been sold.
(Barbados Nation) Parents of students at Alexandra School are expressing concern after a video circulating on social media showed a large number of cockroaches on the school’s compound.
(Barbados Nation) The disciplinary committee of the Barbados Bar Association has made a recommendation for another attorney to be disbarred.
(Barbados Nation) Barbados’ debt exchange deal reached with foreign creditors last week will see it having to issue bonds valued a little over $1 billion.
(Barbados Nation) Minister in the Ministry of Finance, Ryan Straughn, will move the passing of a Resolution today in the House of Assembly to restructure Barbados’ foreign debt.
(Barbados Nation) The fallout from the collapse of British tour operator Thomas Cook will leave at least 70 Barbadians on the breadline come November 1.
(Barbados Nation) Barbados’ energy sector is set for major transformation with the introduction of wind energy generation facilitated by the Barbados National Oil Company Limited (BNOCL), in conjunction with the National Petroleum Cor-poration (NPC).
(Barbados Nation) There has been a breakthrough in debt restructuring negotiations between Government and the Barbados External Creditor Committee, which represents foreign bondholders.
(Barbados Nation) Barbados-based Elegant Hotels Group is being acquired by well-known global hotel group Marriott International in an “all cash offer” worth about $260.2 million.
(Barbados Nation) A St Michael man is dead following a shooting incident at Golden Rock, The Pine on Saturday night.
(Barbados Nation) The Psychiatric Hospital is seeing an increase in new admissions, as well as young people utilising mental health services.