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Nurses in England start 28-hour strike

London – Nurses in England have started a 28-hour...

Prince Harry ready to take witness stand

London – "Any one of the thousands of people...

Man City beat Fulham as Haaland equals another record

Manchester City beat Fulham to return to the top...

Cuba cancels May Day parade

Havana – Cuba's communist government has cancelled Monday's traditional...

UN makes appeal on behalf of Haitians

NEW YORK – A United Nations committee on Friday...

Antigua govt to recruit doctors, nurses from Cuba

ST JOHN’S – Minister of Health Sir Molwyn Joseph...

BRA staff test negative for COVID-19

The 15 employees of the Barbados Revenue Authority (BRA) who were tested for COVID-19 by the Ministry of Health as part of a contact tracing programme are all free of the virus.

PAHO official tells region to manage dengue outbreaks

The Pan American Health Organisation Representative for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean Countries, Dr Yitades Gebre, is urging ministries of health and other sectors to scale up efforts to prevent severe outbreaks of dengue fever in the region.

City and Guilds Examinations October 1

The 2020 City and Guilds Examinations, which were previously postponed, will now take place on Thursday, October 1.

Sienna Miller: Boseman shared 21 Bridges salary

Washington – Sienna Miller has praised late Hollywood star Chadwick Boseman for donating part of his own salary to boost her pay packet on 21 Bridges.

Stripped bare, says Walcott

United Nations – Barbados’ Foreign Affairs Minister Dr Jerome X. Walcott told the international community on Tuesday that the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has “stripped us bare”.