Barbados News Sports

Barbados, St Vincent PMs hail Sir Everton as more than just a top cricketer

Amid glowing tributes paid to the cricketing excellence of late West Indies legend Sir Everton Weekes, Prime Minister Mia Mottley and her Vincentian counterpart have drawn attention to his brilliance and how he was able to rise above hardship to become one of the greatest batsmen in the sport.

Barbados News Business

New initiative to attract visitors to Barbados

The Barbados government says it is considering introducing the 12-month Barbados Welcome Stamp to allow visitors the option to work remotely from the island for a year at a time.

Insurance companies trying to maintain current premiums

Bill to enhance small business sector coming

Hoteliers pleased with island reopening

Caribbean News Politics

Trinidad and Tobago goes to the polls on August 10th

Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley Friday announced August 10 as the date for the general election in Trinidad and Tobago, just under one month shy of the fifth anniversary when voters went to the polls on September 7, 2015 to elect his People’s National Movement (PNM) to power.

Caribbean leaders meet amid concerns over regional transportation and COVID

Antigua PM wants his fellow shareholder governments to reconsider liquidating LIAT

Antigua looking to invest millions in a new LIAT


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