Age 64, better known to as “Mike”, of Thyme Bottom, Christ Church –, Bus Driver of the Barbados Transport Board. Father of Karen Bourne, Tracia Seifert-Licorish, Janel Trotman, Shane Best, Lasonja Massiah and Victoria Alleyne. Grandfather of seventeen. Brother of Alison Kimmons, David Best, Cleviston and Annette Seifert, Peter Bourne, Arlington Bourne, Christopher Best and […]
Better known as “Sonia”, of Bagatelle Garden’s, St. Thomas – employee of Duty Free Caribbean Warrens. Daughter of Mary Griffith and Valentine Husbands. Fiancée of George King of the Barbados Port Inc. Sister of Winston, Karen and Keisha Griffith, Gregory and Richard Ellis. Aunt of Shaquan, Shakera and Jadon Griffith, Tariq and Jevonte Sobers. Adoptive-Daughter […]
Age 74, of #13 Trellis Walk, Grazettes Housing Area, St. Michael. Son of the late Editha and Grafton Young. Brother of Barbara, Hazel, Pauline Peterkin and Chris Peterkin of the U.S.A. Uncle of Michael and Suzan Peterkin and many others. Cousin of many. Relative of the Young and Peterkin families. Friend of Betty Alleyne and […]
Age 60,affectionately known as “Ann” or “Annie”ofMaycocks Terrace, St. Lucy and formerly of Hannay’s, St. Lucy – Senior Teacher (Ag) of Ignatius Byer Primary School. Wife of Lavonne P. Hinds – retired Teacher of St. Lucy Primary School. Daughter of the late Darnley and Doreen “Nesta” Skeete. Loving-Mother of Fabian and Jalisa Hinds. Sister of […]
Age 92, better known as “Ereen”, of Lot 40, Tranquillity Drive, Crane, St. Philip, formerly of Parris Hill, St. Joseph and The Bronx, U.S.A. Wife of the late Carl Young – former employee of The Barbados Water Authority. Mother of Christopher and Pauline Howard and the late Idona Howard. Grandmother of Sherrie-Ann and Liamia Howard, […]
The Grenada government has denied any involvement in the decision of a company here to shut down its operations sending home an estimated 200 workers.
The African Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group Tuesday ended a two-day summit here agreeing to rename the 45-year-old organisation as the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS).
A number of people are believed to have been injured after a stabbing at London Bridge, police have said.
The Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. (BTMI) says the island has recorded a 4.2 per cent increase in stay-over visitors during the first nine months of this year as compared to the same period last year.
Former Prime Minister PJ Patterson has been named Statesman in Residence by the University of the West Indies (UWI).