Construction work at Harrison Point, St. Lucy, is completed and the facility, which will be used to care for persons infected by COVID-19, has been handed over to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH).
Those Barbadians who have already obtained adequate food supplies have been asked to “stand down” from grocery shopping now, to allow those in need to capitalize on the new arrangements coming on stream from Wednesday.
Of Salters, St. George. Mother of Gloria Cox, Rodney, Arley and Elvis Callender and the late Angela Cobham. Grandmother of Dave, Kirk, Dale, Krystal, Orlando, Kiara, Delano and Ramiro. Great- Grandmother of two. Sister of Clarene Brathwaite, Eleanor Inniss and Dalvin Cox. Aunt of Joan, Marion and Jenise Cox, and many others. Cousin of Eulalie […]
Age 83, of Arsenal Playing Field, Stage 1 Jackson, St. Michael – former employee of Mount Gay Distilleries Ltd. Son of the late Vernese Greaves. Stepson of the late Castford Blackman. Stepfather of Jennifer Babb and Angela Headley. Brother of Alma Greaves. Uncle of Esther and Marva Greaves. Great-Uncle of six. Great-Great–Uncle of seven. Friend […]
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is “in good spirits” after spending the night in intensive care being treated for coronavirus, No 10 has said.
There has been no decision made in relation to when bus services at the Transport Board will be halted.
Health officials on island remain concerned about the impact of covid-19 on the elderly following the second recorded death owing to the coronavirus.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.3 struck sections of the twin island republic late Monday.
China reported no coronavirus deaths on Tuesday, the first time since it started publishing daily figures in January.
Former FIFA executive Jack Warner has again found himself at the centre of corruption charges after being implicated in a 53-count indictment unsealed Monday in the US District Court in Brooklyn.