Cartroad Upgrade Project

Sixty roads across Barbados are being resurfaced to improve access to communities. The Community Access Road Transformation, or CART, project will surface roads and in some cases provide utility connections such as water The plan was outlined by the minister responsible, Santia Bradshaw, who was speaking at Edgecliff ,St. John, where the project has […]

Crack Down on Vulgar PSV Music

Minister of Transport, Works and Water Resources, Santia Bradshaw, says new regulations are being implemented to help crack down on bad practices by minibus and route taxi operators, including the playing of vulgar music. The deputy Prime Minister was speaking at the St. James speaks town hall session. A member of the public complained about […]

Debt Swap to Fund Sewage Fix

The Barbados government is working on a more than hundred million dollar plan to tackle the sewage issues on both the west and south costs. The plan has been outlined by Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley who disclosed that discussions have been taking place with international funding agencies on ways to reduce debt service payments […]

Barbados Being Positioned as Air Hub

Cayman Airways commences a new scheduled service to Barbados from next month as tourism officials report progress in establishing Barbados as an eastern Caribbean  air hub. Chair of Barbados Tourism Marketing Incorporated Shelly Williams led a delegation to the Cayman Islands last week to officially launch the service that will begin on October 18th. She […]