Fantastic, stellar, brilliant

Beautiful strains of pulsating music reverberated off the walls of the Hilton Hotel ballroom as the sixth edition of the Barbados Jazz Excursion and Golf Weekend kicked off this past Thursday night. Music lovers who converged there for the four-day festivmore..


Food, music, comedy and golf

White was the colour of choice for the opening night of Barbados Jazz Excursion 2019. Attendees enjoyed a welcome reception in the foyer of the Hilton Hotel before the four days of concerts featuring a series of highly acclaimed artistes from across the gmore..


Opportunity for performing artistes

Barbados is now a participating country of the Olympics-styled World Championships of Performing Arts (WCOPA). National licensed director Jamaala Fagan said today during the launch of the WCOPA event at SIFA House, Collymore Rock, St Michael, that aspirimore..


World Food Day Message from Minister of Agriculture and Food Security, Indar Weir.

October 16, 2019 Today, the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security joins with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in celebrating World Food Day. The theme “Our actions are our future, healthy diets for a zero hunger worldmore..


Ruth’s cancer fight

Ruth Quintyne, 41, will not allow cancer to rob her of the rest of her life. Almost one year ago she was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a health condition that has left her in physical pain and mental anguish but in spite of all the anxieties associatemore..


No backlash

President of the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) Conde Riley says he is not expecting a backlash after the BCA declined Cricket West Indies’ (CWI) offer to host Zone A of the Regional Super50 Tournament. “I don’t think there should be any backlash. Thmore..


Govt tackling high food bill

The Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security has launched an initiative aimed at slashing Barbados’ gigantic food import bill, transforming the economy and empowering hundreds of young farmers. Agriculture Minister Indar Weir today announced that more tmore..


Justice stalled

More than a year after bringing bribery charges against former Democratic Labour Party government minister Donville Inniss, United States authorities are still trying to gather evidence to prove their allegations. The trial that was set to be heard beformore..


Courts closing for tributes on Friday

Members of the public are asked to note that the offices of the High and Magistrates’ Courts will remain open on Friday, October 18, while the courts will close at 12:30 p.m., to facilitate members of the legal fraternity paying tribute to their departedmore..


Changes coming for children in criminal justice system

There has been a reduction in the number of children confined at the Government Industrial School as Government seeks to bring about change to the way they are dealt with by the criminal justice system in Barbados. Minister of Home Affairs, Edmund Hinksmore..