Business

IMF predicts favourable prospects for St. Lucia’s near term growth

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Monday said the prospects for St. Lucia’s near-term growth are favourable, but warned that policy adjustments will be needed to strengthen longer-term growth.

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Barbados News Technology

Robotics programme in schools from September

Minister of Education, Santia Bradshaw announced that Government will be investing significant finances to introduce a robotics programme in schools from September.

Technology

Samsung’s Galaxy S20 lineup packs better cameras, battery life and built-in 5G

Samsung is betting on a souped-up camera and enhanced 5G capabilities — as well as a new flip phone — to fend off its competition for the global smartphone crown and convince users to upgrade their devices. The world’s biggest smartphone maker unveiled its latest flagship device, the Galaxy S20, at its “Unpacked” event in […]

Entertainment

Plácido Domingo apologises to women who accused him of sexual harassment

Plácido Domingo has apologised for “causing hurt” to several women who have accused him of sexual harassment.

Barbados News Entertainment

BACA launches

The Barbados Association of Calypsonians and Artistes (BACKA) is creating a benevolent fund to assist in bringing substantial and tangible benefits to members.

Entertainment

A ‘zessed-up’ ISM final tonight

For many years, it has been hailed as Fantastic Friday, but that is now quite debatable since some people consider the International Soca Monarch (ISM) of today to be a lacklustre version of what the competition used to be.