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  1. NRP Delivers: 300+ New Quality Homes in Nevis

    NEVISIAN ELECTIONS – Watch one Cherry Gardens Resident talk about how grateful she is for the fact that the NRP Government delivered over 300 new homes. The next election is serious business. Nevisians will have a choice of going back to 14 years of failed leadership, or, continue moving forward with the NRP. Performance matters […]

    May 31, 2011Controversy, Editorial, Video GalleryNo comments
  2. Dominican Republic proud to reveal – JetBlue’s new La Romana flight

    Santo Domingo’s Deputy Minister of Tourism Magaly Toribio has highlighted the importance of the new JetBlue flight from New York’s JFK International into La Romana Casa de Campo International Airport starting 16 November. JetBlue is the largest carrier in the Dominican Republic and this is its latest announcement of a flight. The airline is offering […]

    May 31, 2011Featured, TravelNo comments
  3. Nevisians: Mark Brantley and CCM Tried to Take My Vote Away!

    Two born and raised Nevisians found out that Mark Brantley and the Concerned Citizens’ Movement tried to take away their right to vote. This, on the day of a march, dubbed by the NRP, “A March Against Democracy.” “This march was truly a March Against Democracy,” said Minister Hensley Daniel. “Throughout human history, men have […]

    May 31, 2011Featured, PoliticalNo comments
  4. Royal Barbados Police Force urges Motorists and Pedestrians to respect the Roads: Barbados endures 9th Road fatality for the year so far

    The ninth road fatality for the year in Barbados occurred about 1.15 am on Monday May 30, 2011. Kent Smith, 23 years, of Upper Carlton, St. James, died on arrival at QEH after being taken there by ambulance. He was the lone occupant in a motor car which he driving on Bourbon Road, St. Lucy, […]

    May 31, 2011Crime, FeaturedNo comments
  5. Barbadian Housing Minister Michael Lashley’s Legacy: Indar Weir reviews St Philip North

    This shocking video was released 29th May 2011 at the Hilda Skeene Primary School. Since January 2008, the Barbados Labour Party has embarked on a mission to find the most ‘caring, credible and competent’ people who are full of bright ideas and who have the type of skills and attitude Barbados needs to succeed. Indar […]

    May 31, 2011Featured, Political2 comments
  6. KFC St. Stephen’s & West Terrace seek to secure semi-final positions in football competition

    Last year’s finalists in the National Sports Council’s BICO Primary Schools’ Football Competition, West Terrace and KFC St. Stephen’s are set to take to the field today (Tuesday, May 31, 2011) in a quest to secure semi-final spots in the 27th edition of the competition. All of the games in the second round of the […]

    May 31, 2011Featured, FootballNo comments
  7. Delta Petroleum’s Xpower Plus for BVI and Leeward Isles: Energising their Customers

    Learn how Delta Petroleum is involved across the community of the British Virgin Islands. Founded in 1985, Delta serves the Caribbean with ultra clean superior performance diesel, gasoline and LPG meeting the highest U.S. and European standards. Delta is a proud and growing member of the communities from the Virgin Islands to Martinique.

    May 31, 2011Featured, TechnologyNo comments
  8. REDjet regrets: Forced into temporary suspension of bookings to both Trinidad & Tobago plus Jamaica

    The Caribbean’s Low Fares Airline is still experiencing regulatory delays in Trinidad & Tobago as well as Jamaica and as a result the airline has been forced to make the decision to temporarily suspend accepting bookings on flights to these two countries. REDjet cannot speak to the policies and operations of regulatory authorities but reaffirms […]

    May 27, 2011Travel2 comments
  9. “Super-Star Sunday,” Where Reggae meets Soca and Chutney at IRAWMA Awards

    The smooth melodies of Reggae, the sweet sounds of Soca and pulsating rhythms of Chutney will converge in the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-Of-Spain this coming Sunday May 29th 2011. The massive event labeled as ‘Super-Star Sunday’ will follow on the heels of the 30th International Reggae and World Music Awards and will feature thrilling performances from […]

    May 27, 2011Featured, TravelNo comments

    Measures to strengthen regional oversight of the Caribbean financial system were high on the agenda of a meeting today of central bank Governors of Caricom countries, Aruba and the Turks and Caicos Islands. The meeting agreed on arrangements to produce a Caribbean Financial Stability Report by December 2012, under a project financed in part by […]

    May 27, 2011BusinessNo comments
  11. TeleBarbados Seek to Provide Peace Of Mind for Barbados’ Industrial Sectors

    TeleBarbados is cementing its position as a leading provider of Information & Communications Technology (ICT) solutions on the island, offering a full suite of ICT protective products and services on top of the internet and data services they currently provide. Recently, TeleBarbados hosted a product focused seminar, targeting local operators in the construction, electrical, and […]

    May 27, 2011Featured, TechnologyNo comments
  12. Barbados Secondary Institute’s quest for Sports Pavilion continues – Queen’s College Pavilion Fundraiser Arts album goes online

    The students of Queen’s College have been operating without proper sports facilities since the school’s relocation from Constitution Road in January 1991. Fundraiser Sale of Art from May 23rd-May 30th. Please have a look at this album: The pieces in this album are available for sale to help raise funds. Please contact Angela Simpson […]

    May 27, 2011Featured, SportsNo comments
  13. “Where Were You?” – Henderson Bovell speaks to comment by ex-DLP Clyde Mascoll at the L.T. Gay Primary School

    ARROGANCE has never been one of my defining characteristics. Instead, people usually say that accuracy; excellent oral and written communication skills; a crystal clear understanding of politics and of the political issues of the day – are. You must therefore understand my absolute shock and horror now that I am being told that before I […]

    May 27, 2011Controversy, Editorial, ReviewNo comments
  14. USA’s President and First Lady Meet the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, or: When Barry & Michelle met Kate & Wills

    All times are Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). 4:50 AM: Barack Obama holds a bilateral meeting with UK Prime Minister Cameron 5:05 AM: The American leader holds a meeting with PM Cameron and Deputy Prime Minister Clegg 5:35 AM: President Obama holds an expanded bilateral meeting with Britain’s leader 6:30 AM: Both the US President and […]

    May 27, 2011Photo GalleryNo comments

    Premier of the Cayman Islands, the Honourable McKeeva Bush, has been elected Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB). He was elected at the Forty-First Annual Meeting of the Board, which has just concluded in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. Mr. Bush will serve as Chairman up to and […]

    May 27, 2011Featured, TravelNo comments
  16. From Negril Point to Botswana: DRENNA LUNA brings international inspiration to 2011 collection (CFW2011)

    From an impressive collection showcased at Caribbean Fashion Week 2010, Drenna Luna is already poised to present another awing collection at this year’s staging of CFW. Arlene L. Martin, designer, attributed last year’s inspiration to the cathartic ambience of the little paradise situated on Jamaica’s western most point-Negril. This year, though not nestled in Jamaica, […]

    May 27, 2011Fashion, TravelNo comments

    The West Indies Players Association made good its promise to assist 12 year old Romall Lawrence, the aspiring cricket analyst, who suffers from cerebral palsy. WIPA Vice-President Wavell Hinds and Director Michael Hall made the short drive from capital city Kingston to Old Harbour in St Catherine, to meet the engaging and articulate youngster. Accompanying […]

    May 27, 2011Cricket, FeaturedNo comments
  18. Mia Mottley’s Reformist Solution: A Chance to Take Fresh Guard for the Barbados Labour Party

    In the 2008 general election, the DLP campaigned on the theme: “Time For Change.” It has, however, been in office going four years now but Barbadians are yet to see the positive change, they voted for. It is at this point that the BLP should be capitalizing on the DLP’s blunder but it remains serious […]

    May 27, 2011Editorial, Featured, PoliticalNo comments
  19. Barbados Investors & Policyholders Alliance/BIPA welcomes Counterpart Peter Permell of Trinidad

    The growing numbers of BIPA now have both a Facebook Page and a website PLUS, they had an added boost when Trinidad’s own group of EFPA and FPA investors came forward and sent their Chair, Peter Permell, over to Barbados, not only to encourage but say where BIPA is doing right or wrong in recovering […]

    May 27, 2011BusinessNo comments
  20. The Israeli Palestinian Crisis Exposed on Friday 27th May at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Conference Centre, 7:00 pm

    Bajans are invited to attend the Panel Discussion – The Israeli Palestinian Crisis Exposed on Friday, May 27th at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Conference Centre from 7 p.m. This topic should be of immense interest to you especially in light of the recent reports of the death of Osama bin Laden. The purpose of the discussion […]

    May 27, 2011Controversy, Editorial, Events, Video GalleryNo comments
  21. Four time Grammy Award winner to co-host 30th IRAWMA

    The International Reggae and World Music Awards is considered by many in the industry as the Grammy’s of Caribbean and World Music. The 2011 edition of IRAWMA will continue in this trend of high caliber production as Grammy Award winner Deniece Williams has signed on to co-host the esteemed ceremony on Saturday 28th May 2011. […]

    May 24, 2011TravelNo comments
  22. Make sure you contact the correct person for Crop Over when you wish to ensure a Police Presence: Dottin not Hinds, ok?

    The Administration of the Royal Barbados Police Force wishes to advise the members of the public of the procedures to be followed when requesting police services. All requests for police services are to be in writing, and addresses to the Office of the Commissioner of Police, Police Headquarters, Lower Roebuck Street, St. Michael. {BR’s NOTE: […]

    May 24, 2011Culture, EditorialNo comments
  23. Emotional Intelligence: How Barbados can participate in a global phenomenon which assists both Public and Private sector all around the world

    Overview of Emotional Intelligence The systematic study of emotional intelligence is often dated to the early 1990s, when scientific articles suggested that there existed an unrecognized but important human mental ability to reason about emotions and to use emotions to enhance thought. Journalistic accounts of emotional intelligence in books and magazines of the mid-1990s explained […]

    May 24, 2011BusinessNo comments
  24. Stronghold Entertainment presents – Celebrity Eggonomics, Channel 8: CBC-TV

    Soon viewers will be able to vote by SMS, keep watching!

    May 24, 2011AgricultureNo comments
  25. Central Bank to Host Two Know Your Money Seminars in Bridgetown

    Barbadians will once again be taught how to protect themselves from counterfeiters when the Central Bank of Barbados hosts two Know Your Money seminars on Friday, June 3, 2011 in the Grande Salle of the Tom Adams Financial Centre. The first session will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and the second will […]

    May 24, 2011Crime, FeaturedNo comments