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Clean-up on at hospital

One of the most critical areas of the state-owned primary acute care...

Hospital dispute with doc still unresolved

One hundred and twenty-nine days after being officially warned of...

Court administrator says LIAT employees won’t get money...

More than 90 Barbados-based LIAT employees were formally terminated...

St Philip man says he does not know where to start to...

After 13 years of enduring the shame of a rape charge, a 61-year-old...

Antigua PM suggests Barbados help make payments to dismissed...

The Mia Mottley administration may soon be asked to help pay millions...

Shocking photos of child and woman turned over to police

The Child Care Board (CCB) has turned over to police, a suspected case...

Businesswoman wants “fair” price for property

Embattled businesswoman Asha Mrs Ram Merchandani is willing to return...

Tourism official expects no major fallout from CDC travel...

Barbados will not be significantly impacted by the latest US travel...

First Citizens ordered to compensate former bank worker for...

The Court of Appeal today ordered First Citizens Bank to compensate a...

Bar Association hoping new Chief Justice will address...

The legal fraternity in Barbados is hoping that High Court decisions...

Former top cop says interference hurting police force

A retired high-ranking law enforcement officer has accused politicians...

Ammunition case adjourned

The case against police firearms expert John Mark Annel continued in...

Case of fake Puma goods set for month-end

The uncle of Barbadian super star Rihanna will have to wait a little...

‘Exposed’ PSV driver sentenced

A ZR driver was today ordered by a Bridgetown magistrate to complete...

Two charged in ‘Nut Man’s’ shooting death

Two young men charged in connection with the murder of the nutseller...

Thorne quits People’s Business

Veteran journalist Peter Thorne has quit the Caribbean Broadcasting...

BRA workers test negative

The 15 workers employed at the Holetown, St James branch of the...

Still no answers on soldier’s death

Five months after being shot and killed under mysterious circumstances...

Students call for CXC watchdog

Hundreds of secondary school students in Barbados and the rest of the...