Sunday, March 3, 2024

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400 more get Welcome Stamp nod

Four hundred people were approved last year for Barbados’ Welcome Stamp programme. The programme which was introduced during the COVID-19 pandemic allows for international travellers to relocate and work from...

Support for ease in camouflage law

Non-traditional camouflage patterns cannot be seen as impersonating the armed forces. That was the opinion of Minister of Home...

Thorne ‘not backing down’

There will be no backing down by the Leader of the Opposition in his quest for answers and...

Attractions way forward

Attractions, attractions and even more attractions. That’s the focus and direction in which this country’s tourism sector should...

Judge wants special system for mentally ill

A High Court judge has called for a system to be put in place to ensure inmates with...

400 more get Welcome Stamp nod

Four hundred people were approved last year for Barbados’ Welcome Stamp programme. The programme which was introduced during the COVID-19 pandemic allows for international travellers...

Support for ease in camouflage law

Non-traditional camouflage patterns cannot be seen as impersonating the armed forces. That was the opinion of Minister of Home Affairs Wilfred Abrahams, as he sought...

Thorne ‘not backing down’

There will be no backing down by the Leader of the Opposition in his quest for answers and to hold the Government accountable. King’s Counsel...

Attractions way forward

Attractions, attractions and even more attractions. That’s the focus and direction in which this country’s tourism sector should go, Minister of Tourism Ian Gooding-Edghill...

Judge wants special system for mentally ill

A High Court judge has called for a system to be put in place to ensure inmates with mental health issues, who are given...

Traffic changes for Gold Cup

The public is advised that due to the Sandy Lane Gold Cup being held at the Historic Garrison Savannah on Saturday, March 2, 2024, traffic on...