Trinidadians back home

The thirty-three Trinidadians who were stranded in Barbados for about three weeks, two of those weeks in quarantine, left Barbados today and are now back home in Trinidad and Tobago. This morning Trinidad’s National Security Minister, Stuart Young granted an exemption to the group to allow them to return to the country, but the departure […]

COVID-19 UPDATE: No new cases

Barbados health authorities report a sixth straight day with no new COVID-19 cases. Figures released by the ministry of health this afternoon show the COVID 19 cases remain at 75, with two more people having recovered and been released from isolation. 35 news tests have been done, all coming back negative bringing the total number […]

COVID-19 shutdown causes more water problems for Barbados

The Barbados Water Authority reports the COVID-19 shutdown has made its water supply problems even worse as water demand spikes, reservoirs run low due to drought, while revenues have also declined sharply. Minister of Water Resources Wilfred Abrahams outlined the challenges on VOB’s Getting Down to Brass Tacks call-in program today.

AG: 24-hour curfew being enforced

Attorney General Dale Marshall has again warned that the curfew in Barbados is a 24-hour lockdown and that people can and will be prosecuted if they are caught out on the streets, even during the daytime, if it’s not for one of the purposes specified in the regulations. Starcom Network News contacted the Attorney General […]

Robbi Niles Talks “No Limit” & New Music

What’s new with Robbi Niles? “My new single “No Limit” dropped early March and has already amassed over 26,000 music video views on YouTube and 26,000 streams on Spotify. I’ve been working hard on new music which is set to drop throughout spring/summer 2020.” What’s the story behind “No Limit”? “In No Limit, I dive […]