An American airplanes flight enroute to Barbados from Miami has had to turn back after an in-flight incident created an emergency. Starcom Network News understands that the AA flight with a number of Barbadians onboard was due to land at Grantley Adams International Airport around 9 30 pm tonight (Wednesday night) but has returned to […]
Roll out of the new Trident ID Card is costing government ten million dollars and despite delays 90 percent of them are expected to be delivered by next March. More than one hundred and thirty people are reported to have already registered. This has been disclosed by Minister of Industry, Innovation, Science and Technology Davidson […]
The Barbados Police Service is now equipped with body cams.
Construction starts in a few months on facilities for coconut vendors who are to be relocated off the highways starting sometime next year.
This country’s largest public-sector union says it will be closely monitoring the government’s announced plan to reform and possibly privatise some state agencies such as the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation and the Transport Board.
Plans to improve the island’s transportation system are underway.
Three of this country’s tertiary institutions are to be merged over the next four years to form the long-proposed University College of Barbados.