Pity for killers - Widow of murdered missionary feels sorrow for slayers
The widow of a missionary who was found murdered in Albion Mountain, northwest St Mary, on Sunday says she feels sorry for her husband's killers.Teri Nichols, whose husband, Harold, was discovered bound and with head injuries, believes that some...

'I don't know when I going to stop cry' - Blind man weeps over good Samaritan
Neville Williams' Sunday dinner was still sitting on the chest of drawers in the one-bedroom house he shares with his wife, Paulette Williams.The 80-year-old, who has been blind since his early 40s, told The Gleaner yesterday that he lost his...

Vote Jones out!
Mere days after the Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT) called on Minister of Education Ronald Jones to resign, the Barbados Worker’s Union (BWU) today suggested that voters should reject him at the polls based on his refusal to honour the BUT’s request for an urgent meeting. During her May Day address at Brownes Beach, BWU General […]

Remembering Quincy Jones
Family, friends and scores of bikers held a special event today to pay tribute to their fallen brother Quincy Jones, who died last week while riding his motorcycle along Welches, St Michael. Coordinator of the event Andrew Mayers told Barbados TODAY  it started at the race track at Bushy Park, St Philip where Jones “plied his […]

Bosai worker dead after car topples on wife’s birthday
RAWL Adams of 33 Constabulary Compound, Linden, Region 10 met his demise on Monday when he swerved the car he was driving to avoid hitting a child who was crossing the public road at Bamia, and the vehicle became uncontrollable and toppled multiple times on the Linden Soesdyke Highway.His two sons — Hosiah, 15, and ...

2008 murder of Ruby businessman… Daughter, alleged hitman, face murder charges today
  FIFTY-year-old Bibi Nazeela Habiboodean and the “hitman” she allegedly hired to kill her businessman father, 76-year-old Habiboodean, are expected to face the charge of murder at the Leonora Magistrate’s Court today.The elder Habiboodean, late owner of a gas station at Ruby, East Bank Essequibo, died at a hospital after being badly beaten in his ...

GPSU urges recognition of schools’ ‘sweeper-cleaners’
By Ariana Gordon THE Guyana Public Service Union (GPSU) is reiterating its call for ‘sweeper-cleaners’ to be recognised for the work they do, and the hours they are required to work to ensure sanitary facilities in schools are tolerable.GPSU Vice President Mortimer Livan has called for the relevant authorities to look into this “very serious ...