Age 83, of #1 Gall Hill, St. John – retired employee of B.E.T. Son of the late Lindley and Gwendolyn Barnett. Grandson of Mercy Hurdle. Loving-Father of Dennis Hurdle of Bryden Stokes, June Young of Lorama Group International Incorporated and Laurel Barnett of Solar Dynamics. Grandfather of Shimar Gollop of the Barbados Defence Force, Deandra […]
Age 54, of Long Bay, St. Philip. Son of Gerald Brathwaite and the late Myrtle Brathwaite. Brother of Franshaw, Terry, Debbie, Richardson, Kenneth, Lindon, Andy, Gerald, Anthony, Noel and David Brathwaite, Maureen Ashby, the late Federick Brathwaite and Gilbert Grazette. Uncle of thirty-six. Great-Uncle of twenty-two. Brother-in-law of Betty, Diane and Lisa Brathwaite and Theodore […]
The Ministry of Health and Wellness has started to put measures in place to respond to any threat to public health which may be caused by the new type of coronavirus, first reported last month in China.
Fit-again all-rounder Deandra Dottin has been named in a 15-member West Indies squad for next month’s Women’s Twenty20 World Cup in Australia.
Opposition Senator Caswell Franklyn says something must be done urgently to address issues facing drivers at the Transport Board.
Several outstanding Barbadians, all past students of the Coleridge and Parry School, are to be honoured and inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame.
Barbados has maintained its good ranking despite a drop in the just released 2019 Corruption Perception Index.
When the Senate met on Wednesday, the upper house debated and passed a constitutional amendment that would see the retirement age of the Auditor general and the Director of public prosecutions move from 62 to 67.
Chief Archivist Ingrid Thompson is encouraging Barbadians to come out in their numbers and start the process of tracing their Barbadian ancestry.
The United States Wednesday urged Caribbean countries to be wary of accepting “easy money from countries like China” as Washington sought to improve its decades old relationship with the region.