How Barbados is taking advantage of the market downturn to protect its oceans - Axios How Barbados is taking advantage of the market downturn to protect its oceans  AxiosBarbados issues world's first pandemic-protected bond  ReutersBarbados Swaps $150 Million of Sovereign Debt to Save Sea  BloombergThe Nature Conservancy Announces Its Third Global Debt Conversion in Barbados  The Nature ConservancyBarbados to refinance debt, help protect ocean in rare deal  The Associated Press - en EspañolView Full Coverage on Google News

Barbados Drops All Entry Requirements Returning To Normal Tourism - Travel Off Path Barbados Drops All Entry Requirements Returning To Normal Tourism  Travel Off PathBarbados Drops All COVID-19 Travel Protocols  TravelPulseBarbados drops all Covid entry rules | News  Breaking Travel NewsBarbados removes all COVID-19 entry protocols; masks optional for most  PAX NewsBarbados relaxes mask mandate, COVID travel protocols end at midnight | Loop Barbados  Loop News BarbadosView Full Coverage on Google News

Barbados Prime Minister Mottley calls for overhaul of unfair, outdated global finance system - UN News Barbados Prime Minister Mottley calls for overhaul of unfair, outdated global finance system  UN News

Diplomatic engagement with Suriname on fishing licences has so far not reaped desired outcome - -foreign ministry The Guyana Ministry of Foreign Affairs today said that it is evident that diplomatic engagement with Suriname has so far not reaped the desired outcome as it relates to SK fishing licences for Guyanese fishermen. The article Diplomatic engagement with Suriname on fishing licences has so far not reaped desired outcome appeared first on Stabroek News.

Man wanted for questioning over money laundering The Special Organised Crime Unit yesterday said that Shamar Anphaney Barrow is wanted for questioning in relation to money laundering  and other financial crimes.  The article Man wanted for questioning over money laundering appeared first on Stabroek News.

Exxon halts activity at Texas oilfield site following worker fatality DENVER/HOUSTON, (Reuters) – Exxon Mobil XOM.N temporarily halted maintenance at an East Texas oil drilling facility after a fatality this week, which was at least the second death this year of a contractor at one of its Texas production sites. The article Exxon halts activity at Texas oilfield site following worker fatality appeared first on Stabroek News.

Gov’t offering $1-4M per acre to persons in path of gas pipeline - -seeks consensual agreement as October start date targeted for works During what was called the initial meeting for negotiation, the government on Friday informed persons whose lands fall within the path of the gas pipeline, to be run from the Stabroek Block to Wales, West Bank Demerara that it is willing to pay them between $1 million and $4 million per acre. The article Gov’t offering $1-4M per acre to persons in path of gas pipeline appeared first on Stabroek News.

Ali greenlights full-time contracts, gratuity for sweeper-cleaners after decade-long lobby After more than a decade of lobbying by sweeper cleaners in public schools about their paltry salaries and non-permanent status, government yesterday announced that with immediate effect changes would give them minimum wage but with full-time contracts and  gratuity. The article Ali greenlights full-time contracts, gratuity for sweeper-cleaners after decade-long lobby appeared first on Stabroek News.

Teen researched how to kill a parent Two months before stabbing his father to death at their Petersfield District home in Westmoreland in July 2021, Garnett Foster Jr had researched ways to kill a parent. The now 18-year-old man had become wayward and believed that his parents,...

‘I just wanted the trial to be over’ Despite showing no remorse for raping a nine-year-old girl, who he strangled while buggering, the mother of the child says she has forgiven the cold-hearted, young killer. The now-17-year-old convict was 13 when he committed the brutish and...

Crime-weary residents eye Mexico smuggling route to US Several residents in the Crescent Road area of St Andrew were on Friday adamant that they would be heading to the United States-Mexico border after the latest explosion of violence which claimed two lives and left a third man injured. Jamaicans...

Gov’t urges caution as island placed under tropical storm watch Local Government and Rural Development Minister Desmond McKenzie is urging Jamaicans to exercise caution when using the roadways as the country remains under tropical storm watch. “I am urging residents, not just in this community but right across...

Operator of illegal health facility sentenced WESTERN BUREAU: Fifty-one-year-old Natalie Reid, operator of the Chances Rehabilitation Centre in Hanover, is to pay a fine of $150,000 or spend one month in prison at hard labour for operating a nursing home without the requisite licences. Reid,...