Barbados Today
Barbados Today
05/26/2017 at 11:00. Facebook
BARBADOS TODAY MORNING UPDATE | Barbados TODAY

The Govt is getting support for its implementation of tax clearance certificates.
The RBPF puts rally spectators on notice ahead of Sol Rally Barbados events.
Experts predict another above-average hurricane season . . . and more in the BT Morning News Update.
The Nation Barbados
The Nation Barbados
05/26/2017 at 12:30. Facebook
Principal environmental health officer Maurice Gaskin says people should desist from using coconut shells as spoons.
The Nation Barbados
The Nation Barbados
05/26/2017 at 00:51. Facebook
Fire claimed the plantation house at Adams Castle Estate.
Frank Fowler
Sarah Doherty
Barbados Today
Barbados Today
yesterday at 22:37. Facebook
BARBADOS TODAY EVENING UPDATE - May 25, 2017

Two students from Lester Vaughn School have been remanded and a third bailed, after they appeared in court today in connection with the beating of a fellow student last week. The Barbados Estate Agents and Valuers Association adds its voice to concerns over the issuance of tax clearance certificates. These stories and more in the Barbados TODAY...
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Barbados Today
yesterday at 17:53. Facebook
The SOL Rally #Barbados 2017 is here! Don't miss the action!
Read all about it - [ Bit.ly Link ] #SOLRally2017 #SOLRally #SOLRallyBarbados
Barbados Today
Barbados Today
yesterday at 17:05. Facebook
BARBADOS TODAY AFTERNOON UPDATE | Barbados TODAY

The international economist says Barbados may have no choice but to keep its currency pegged to the US dollar. Economist Jeremy Stephen warns of serious consequences if concerns over the issuance of tax clearance certificates are not addressed soon. These stories and more in the Barbados TODAY afternoon news.
The Nation Barbados
The Nation Barbados
yesterday at 19:38. Facebook
The backlog for cataract surgeries at the QEH is being cleared, says head of Department of Opthamology Dr Trevor Drakes, even as he points out that operations can be delayed for several reasons.
The Nation Barbados
The Nation Barbados
yesterday at 16:33. Facebook
Drowning victim Trae St Hill was remembered for his love of horses
Margaret Hinkson
Sherel Gaskin
Jan Gibson
Barbados Today
Barbados Today
yesterday at 14:48. Facebook
Watch LIVE as President Donald J. Trump participates in the NATO unveiling of the Article 5 and Berlin Wall memorials.
Barbados Today
Barbados Today
yesterday at 11:00. Facebook
BARBADOS TODAY MORNING UPDATE - May 25, 2017

Finance Minister Chris Sinckler dismisses calls for the repeal of the Amended BRA Act. The NUPW questions recent comments by Labour Minister Esther Byer-Suckoo over the payment of unemployment benefits. These stories and more in the Barbados TODAY morning news.
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Barbados Today
yesterday at 02:40. Facebook
BUSINESS TODAY | Business TODAY

Barbados will not be floating its dollar. Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has assured.
The Caribbean badly needs a single financial commission to regulate its financial services sector.
The coconut industry is big business, but Barbados and its Caribbean neighbors will have to step up their game to cash in on the lucrative sector. And more in our Business TODAY
Barbados Today
Barbados Today
05/24/2017 at 22:34. Facebook
BARBADOS TODAY EVENING UPDATE - May 24, 2017

Police intensify island-wide manhunt for murder suspect of teen.
A Deacons Farm man clings to life following a shooting incident.
The long-mooted breathalyzer testing to be debated soon after Tuesday's Budget in Parliament...see more in our Evening Update
The Nation Barbados
The Nation Barbados
yesterday at 01:00. Facebook
Winners of the Forever I Do Dream Wedding Competition Christopher Millar and Shaquille Haynes have some advice for other young couples.
The Nation Barbados
The Nation Barbados
05/24/2017 at 20:50. Facebook
Nikita's manager Richard Haynes says the singer is not to blame for the controversy surrounding Same Way. Here's what what he told the Nation.
Brenda Darlington
The Nation Barbados
The Nation Barbados
05/24/2017 at 17:30. Facebook
Chairman of the Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association Roseanne Myers has advised workers of Sandals Barbados to keep an eye on the country's economy.
Barbados Today
Barbados Today
05/24/2017 at 17:09. Facebook
BARBADOS TODAY AFTERNOON UPDATE | Barbados TODAY

Police probing brutal killing of teen boy in one of two shootings over past 24 hours.
Fire destroys house and damages two others...see more in our Afternoon Update
Barbados Today
Barbados Today
05/24/2017 at 11:00. Facebook
BARBADOS TODAY MORNING UPDATE - May 24, 2017

Commercial Banks say they have been forced to suspend real estate transactions estimated at $211 million due to a lack of clarity on requirements for tax clearance certificates under the BRA amendment Act. Liat pilots threaten industrial action from Thursday if they are not paid by midnight tonight. These stories and more in the Barbados TODAY...
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The Nation Barbados
05/24/2017 at 02:59. Facebook
Minister of Culture Stephen Lashley reveals why Grand Kadooment bandleaders will be getting an $80 000 increase in money this year.
Christine Regis
Barbados Today
Barbados Today
05/23/2017 at 23:26. Facebook
BARBADOS TODAY EVENING UPDATE - May 23, 2017

Police charge two more students in connection with Wednesday's violent incident at Lester Vaughn Secondary School.
Barbadians bracing for possible industrial action by LIAT pilots on Thursday...see more in our Evening Update
The Nation Barbados
The Nation Barbados
05/23/2017 at 22:26. Facebook
Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite has his say on videos depicting police interactions with citizens.
Mohamed Adam
Demba Ba
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