Statement by Minister of Information, Broadcasting and Public Affairs, Senator Lucille Moe on the occasion of World Press Freedom Day 2019.
Papers have been developed on the structure of work in Barbados in the private and public sectors, and on pensions.
The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) wishes to advise the public that on Wednesday, May 1, it again suffered power outages at its Bowmanston, Golden Ridge, Sweet Vale, Applewhaites, Greens and Ellerton pumping stations.
The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today dismissed the appeal in the matter of Renaldo Anderson Alleyne v The Queen, and recommended that Mr. Alleyne serves at least twenty-five years under the six concurrent life sentences he received in 2012.
It was like a ‘Homecoming’ for Buju Banton in Barbados. From his arrival on Friday, April 26 to his performance at the Kensington Oval the following day, many of the fans who cheered him on his arrival at the Grantley Adams International Airport were in the packed Oval field – best known as the HQ for regional and international cricket – to hear Buju thank Barbados in song.
An earthquake, with a magnitude of 4.2, rattled Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday night.
St Michael West-Central Member of Parliament, Ian Gooding-Edghill is the new chairman of the Transport Board.
Resolution Life Assurance Company Limited or Reslife, the company that took over the policies of failed insurance giant CLICO, says it is seeking cover for health insurance clients.
The shareholder governments of the cash-strapped regional airline, LIAT, ended a meeting here on Tuesday agreeing to give further consideration to a proposal by Prime Minister Gaston Browne regarding the future direction of the airline.
The Barbados Labour Party is weeks away from celebrating its first anniversary in office.