LIAT’s impending closure

Source - THE NEW TODAY: Chairman of the LIAT Shareholders Government Group of Countries and Prime Minister of St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Dr Ralph Gonsalves has expressed fears that the closure of the regional island hopping carrier, LIAT is immore..


Stephen Carrington remanded until May 17

The second person charged in connection with the January 23 murder of Corrie Yabba Parris of Shop Hill, St Thomas, has been remanded to HMP Dodds until May 17. Stephen Alvin Carrington, 18, of Kings Gap, Eagle Hall, St Michael, appeared before Magistratemore..


EASTER MESSAGE: Barbados Christian Council

Once again Christians across the world celebrate Easter or as it is referred to in Hebrew by the term Pesach and rendered in Greek and Latin as Pascha. The term Pascha is derived from Paul’s use of the term in 1 Corinthians: “For our paschal lamb, Chrismore..


CRICKET – Wehby to lead task force on governance reform

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – Prominent Jamaican businessman and government senator, Don Wehby, has been named to lead a Cricket West Indies task force on the much talked about issue of governance reform. The move comes just weeks after new CWI president Ricmore..


‘Unsung hero’ Major Sam Headley dies at 89

A pioneer public servant in national security who was instrumental in creating the Barbados Coast Guard,  Major Sam Headley, is being hailed an "unrecognised hero" who broke the colour bar as a student in the 1940s. Major Headley died Thursday morning atmore..


Sandals celebrating successes

  The luxurious, all-inclusive Sandals Barbados and Sandals Royal Barbados have high expectations for 2019 after a stellar performance last year. Speaking at the annual Sandals Prestige Awards ceremony held at Sandals Royal Barbados, Maxwell Gardenmore..


Barbadians celebrate Good Friday

Scores of Christians today made their way to churches across the country to commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Some worship centres opened from as early as 8 a.m., as Barbadians prayerfully reflected on the life and death of Christ in traditionmore..


We need more research, Wickham says

Political Scientist and pollster Peter Wickham has called for more research on development issues to be conducted in the Caribbean, declaring a "tragic" absence of academic work on the subject. Wickham was delivering a lecture on Wednesday night at the Cmore..


My unsung heroes

There are some unsung heroes in Barbados - men and women who, on a daily basis, go about trying to make the world and their specific spaces better for their fellow people and humanity. April, the month when we celebrate the anniversary of the Bussa Rebellmore..


DLP says Duguid and Phillips must go

  The Ministers of Transport, Works and Maintenance should be fired, President of the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) Verla Depeiza urged Thursday. According to Depeiza, during the emergency meeting on Wednesday to ease the impact of the rise in faremore..