Monday, April 22, 2024

Editors Pick

Air traffic controllers still frustrated

Air traffic controllers are reporting that all is not well in that department.  On Thursday, the workers’ bargaining agent, the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW), disclosed that the staff...

‘Not a housing solution’

Residents of Bannatyne Gardens, Christ Church, are warning potential buyers that the land at Newton Plantation, Christ Church,...

Four arrested on drug charges

 Three Barbadians and a Venezuelan, who were caught on a vessel carrying over $8 million in cocaine and...

BAVERN looking at prospects

Some vendors in the city are hoping to get their share of the spoils as Bridgetown Market is...

Missing: Sonia Suzzette Parris

Police are seeking assistance in locating Sonia Suzzette Parris, 58, of Edey Village, Christ Church who disappeared on Wednesday night. Parris was...

Netflix move to end sharing accounts spark concerns

Netflix shares fell on Friday, as its surprise move to stop sharing subscriber additions and average revenue per member from 2025 sowed doubts in investor...

Major boost for film industry

The film industry in the region and Africa received a major boost this past week with the inaugural hosting of Cross Continental Forum (CCF)...

Rangers too royal for Police

C. O. Williams Rangers showed Police Boys’ and Girls’ Club the difference between defending champions and a newly promoted team when the Barbados Netball...

House fire leaves two injured

A house fire in St Philip has left two people with burns, one of them a woman in her 80s. Neighbours at Four Roads say...

PAC to probe steel houses

The cost overruns flagged by the Auditor General in relation to the construction of Chinese steel houses will be the first issue under the...

Oistins to get $5m spruce up

The refurbishment work in Oistins should be completed by the end of May. This assurance was given by the chairman of Oistins Bay Gardens Inc....