Police have identified the man shot and killed in Ruby Tenantry, St. Philip.
Barbados is mourning the passing of veteran journalist Harold Hoyte, one of the founders of the Nation Publishing company, who died on Sunday following a long illness.
Private nursing home owners involved in government’s Alternative Care for the Elderly Programme (ACEP), who recently complained that they had not been paid for at least two months, have now received payments up to the end of March.
Faced with declining enrolment numbers, Cabinet has agreed to amend legislation to increase the upper age limit of those seeking to enlist in the Royal Barbados Police Force from 30 to 35.
Headquarters Barbados Defence Force (BDF) has advised that the Court Martial convened on May 8, 2019 has been adjourned until June 11, 2019.
Barbados, with assistance from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), is installing pockets of disaster resilience, in the form of photovoltaic systems, across the island.
The Board of the Barbados Broadcasting Authority (BBA), national regulator for radio and television broadcasting on the island, recently held separate meetings with executives of three key stakeholder groups. They were the traditional broadcast media, digital networks and the Copyright Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers Incorporated (COSCAP).
Hailey Mahy of the Ursuline Convent is Barbados’ new Junior Minister of Tourism.
A five-year multi-million dollar water improvement project that is expected to ease the chronic water woes of more than 190,000 Barbadians will be launched on Friday.
The development and publication of a vision statement, a new mission statement for the Caribbean Association of Fire Chiefs (CAFC) and greater training opportunities are among the plans which newly elected president Errol Maynard has for the organization.