Six Roads Vending Stall Dispute May Be Headed to Court

An effort is on to resolve yet another occupancy dispute over a government-owned vending stall with the aggrieved parties threatening to take the matter to court. A week after a matter involving a National Conservation Commission stall at Oistins, Christ Church was resolved a disputing is simmering over a vending stall at Six Roads, St. […]

Minister of Environment Appeals for a Stop to Ocean Pollution

The Minister of Environment and National Beautification, Adrian Forde is appealing to those in the fishing industry to reduce the pollution of the ocean stressing its impact on marine life. Mr. Forde spoke on the side lines of the 19th session of the Western Central Atlantic Fisheries Commission at the UN House. He says pollution […]

Environment Minister Wants Development of Marine Resources

Minister of Environment and National Beautification, Green and Blue Economy, Adrian Forde highlights the importance of the development of the marine resources to address the negative impacts on ocean life. Mr Forde spoke at the opening session of the nineteenth Session of the Western Central Atlantic Fishery Commission, WECAFC at the UN House in Hastings. […]

Lucky Escape for Vendors as Car Crashes Into Stop Lights Outside Bus Terminal

Some vendors outside the Granville Williams Bus Terminal at Fairchild Street narrowly escaped injury this morning when a car crashed into one of the stoplights just feet from where they were sitting. The car had run off the road after colliding with a Barbados Defence Force vehicle at the intersection of Fairchild and Probyn Street […]

St. James man hospitalised with multiple gun shot injuries

A 24 year old man remains hospitalized after being shot several times at Orange Hill, St. James yesterday. The incident happened about 6 15 pm. The police say that the man was standing outside his home when a car pulled up and a masked gunman got out and started shooting. The victim tried to run […]