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(PRESS RELEASE) — “The Caribbean should not be invisible for many and disposable for some,” said Prime Minister of Barbados and outgoing chair of CARICOM, Hon. Mia Mottley, at a recent online event hosted by the Organization of the Eastern Caribbean States (OECS Commission). In her discourse, she pointed out that: “The region should not […]

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(BARBADOS NATION) — The man caught masturbating on the Richard Haynes Boardwalk has been banned from all beaches and must undergo outpatient treatment at the Psychiatric Hospital. This was the sentence Magistrate Graveney Bannister imposed on Barry Christopher Cumberbatch when Cumberbatch reappeared before him in the Bridgetown Traffic Court on Tuesday. Cumberbatch, 49, of Deighton […]

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The outgoing chair of CARICOM, Barbadian Prime Minister Mia Mottley yesterday firmly stood by her position in relation to Guyana’s protracted elections, saying to her detractors here that “The truth hurts”. During a press conference in Bridgetown yesterday, Mottley was asked whether she wanted to say anything to those here who have criticised her views […]

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A Nation photojournalist was attacked and killed this afternoon by an unknown assailant while covering the death of an unidentified victim on the heavily wooded grounds of Bishop’s Court, the derelict former residence of the Anglican Church bishop from which the major City artery on Collymore Rock gets its name. Photographer Christoff Griffith was confirmed […]

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A Nation photographer who was responding to a report that a man was killed at Bishop’s Court Hill, St Michael, was attacked and killed today. The man, whose identity is being withheld at this time, arrived ahead of the police. The incident occurred at the abandoned residence of the Anglican Bishop of Barbados where some […]

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Minister of Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Commerce, Dwight Sutherland, is maintaining that the decision taken by Government to institute a two-month ban on the importation of chicken wings during the COVID-19 pandemic was the right call. He gave a detailed explanation about the decision by the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security, following a meeting […]

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Barbados GIS: The public is advised that no one has been authorized to go door to door collecting money for Government’s Adopt Our Families Programme. Permanent Secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office, Alies Jordan, issued this reminder today, following reports from some members of the public that persons had visited their homes in St. George, […]

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There will be no job cuts in the public service, Prime Minister Mia Mottley has promised. Local reports say she is offering instead the prospect of forced savings of part of earnings as the economy claws its way out of both a pandemic and economic restructuring. According to Barbados Today, forced savings is the involuntary […]

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(BARBADOS NATION) — The Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT) has joined the growing list of objectors across the region, which includes the Jamaican government, who have raised serious concerns about the holding of CSEC and CAPE exams in July. In fact, the union has slammed the adjustment, which was a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, ...

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