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Late PM receives fitting tribute as he is laid to rest

The man who would become this country’s longest-serving Prime...

‘Not all commuters embrace PSV entry rule’ – AOPT...

Owners of public service vehicles have reported mixed support for a...

New way to ‘eat out’ in Barbados

You may have heard of people having their various needs met at home...

Antigua court puts stop to pilots’ case

The Antigua and Barbuda High Court today blocked a class action suit...

Aggression and verbal abuse among main issues against cops

There has been a 77 per cent increase in public complaints against...

Prison officers give court evidence against colleague

Two of three prosecution witnesses testified today that they were...

BUT: ‘Not when but how schools will reopen’

The Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT) is eyeing the arrangements for...

PCA wants greater autonomy

The state-appointed police watch dog agency is calling for greater...

Ministry of Education: School year to begin September 21

All schools are to fully reopen on September 21, the Ministry of...

Inniss’ sentencing for November

Former Democratic Labour Party Cabinet Minister Donville Inniss has...

‘Whole UWI campus should recognise Arthur’ – Belle

A renowned political scientist and a long-standing University of the...

Arthur ‘top regionalist’ – political scientist

The late Owen Arthur was one of the most regionalist leaders Barbados...

‘Highest regard’ for Owen Arthur

They may have been from opposing political parties, but the Head of...

Former minister remembers his boss

The man who served as a Minister of State in the Cabinet of the late...

Labour took seat at the table under Arthur

Retired trade union leader Sir Roy Trotman has said that the late...

Arthur: A fearless patriot

Late Prime Minister Owen Arthur is being described by the man who...

Arthur ‘transformed’ BLP – Sir Richard

A veteran minister and respected jurist has credited his former leader...

Major crime slashed by 34 per cent this year

Barbados has recorded a one-third drop – 34 per cent – in...

Dismissed assistants win battle against employer

A local duty-free retailer has been ordered to pay three former...