Government is working assiduously to “bring Barbados up to the standard” set by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).
Police are at the scene of an unnatural death at a house in Frere Pilgrim South, Christ Church.
A small businessman in St. Joseph is counting his losses this Easter Weekend, after thieves broke into the Cleavers Hill Supermarket in the wee hours of yesterday morning.
Statement by Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Amor Mottley QC, in response to today’s series of deadly bombings in Sri Lanka.
The former governor of the Central Bank of Barbados, Dr Delisle Worrell, says progress is being made in the negotiations with the government regarding the millions of dollars (One Barbados dollar=US$0.50 cents) it owes to foreign institutions and investors.
Ms. Mottley says while new buses cannot be rolled out immediately, collectively between the transport board and private operators, there are more than 700 mass transit vehicles that potentially serve the traveling public of Barbados.
All commissioned systems of 500 kilowatt or less and licences issued for systems of this capacity as at July 6, 2019, will be “ring fenced” at the current rates for 20 years for electricity supplied from renewable energy sources.
Rihanna’s father has denied allegations suggesting he has been trying to cash in on the superstar’s name and image without her permission.
Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley has summoned an urgent meeting of all major players in the public transport sector to look at the current state of the system.
The Prince’s Trust International has been praised as a strategic intervention for engaging with at-risk youth.