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Barbados

Barbados is a sovereign island country in the Lesser Antilles. It is 34 kilometers in length and up to 23 kilometers in width, covering an area of 432 square kilometers.

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Two injured in accident on ABC Highway

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding an accident which occurred along the Barrow Section of the A.B.C Highway last night leaving two males with serious injuries. The accident involved a motorcycle, registration number G1305, owned and driven by Renaldo Goodman, 29, of #1 Glebe Land, St George, and a pedestrian, Ricardo Stuart, 52, of Lower Burney, St Michael. Around 11:55 p.m., the motor cyclist was travelling from Pine Hill towards the J. T. C Ramsay (Bussa) roundabout. On...



Outspoken DLP candidate reacts to Mottley’s Cabinet announcement

An outspoken former Government Senator has taken issue with the size of Prime Minister Mia Mottley’s new 30-member Cabinet. Posting on the Facebook page of the St Andrew Branch of the Democratic Labour Party (DLP), defeated DLP St Andrew candidate Irene Sandiford-Garner pointed out that “in her first 24 hours [as Prime Minister] Mia [Mottley] added 14 new ministers and three staff each”, which she calculated would cost the Treasury “$664,000 a month or $8 million a...



St George man who fell from truck passes away

Omari Jabari Bynoe, 26, who fell off a Democratic Labour Party (DLP) campaign vehicle on Monday of this week, has died.   Bynoe of Glebe Land, St George was reportedly sitting on the railing of a Toyota Hiace pick-up truck when he lost his balance and fell into the road.   Bynoe suffered serious brain injuries and was transported by ambulance to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital where he subsequently passed away. The post St George man who fell from truck passes away appeared first on Barbados...



Mottley makes provision for two Opposition Senators

In the absence of an official Opposition, Prime Minister Mia Mottley today announced that an amendment is to be made to the Barbados Constitution to make provision for the appointment of two Opposition Senators. And based on its performance in the May 24 poll, those two senatorial positions are being offered to the Democratic Labour Party, as the political party which mustered the second highest number of votes in the just concluded poll in which Mottley's Barbados Labour Party (BLP) was swept...



PM Mottley names 30-member Cabinet, along with 12 Govt Senators

Newly installed Prime Minister Mia Mottley today announced a 30-member Cabinet, including two ambassadorial-level advisors. These are former Deputy Prime Minister Dame Billie Miller, who is to be appointed Ambassador at Large and Plenipotentiary, and economist Dr Clyde Mascoll, who is to be appointed as Chief Economic Counsellor in the Ministry of Finance, Economic Affairs and Investment headed by Mottley. In making the announcement, the Prime Minister said Dame Billie and Mascoll would attend...



Humphrey turns history on Stuart

“The prime minister got the history … but he didn’t get the history he wanted,” quipped elections upset winner Kirk Humphrey who created history by unseating an elected prime minister in a constituency. After it became apparent that he had attained an unassailable lead in votes for the St Michael constituency, political newcomer Humphrey early Friday morning sought to turn Stuart’s words about making history against the incumbent. In a comment just over a month ago about his delay in...