Barbados
Dog attack victim stable

The elderly woman mauled by two big mixed breed dogs last Friday, is resting comfortably at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Enid Small, 81, a Barbadi…

Barbados
Not in the bag

More than a year after the plastic bag deterrent fee was proposed, one of its most vocal advocates is revealing that the Future Centre Trust might …

Barbados
Dems ‘more than ever’

Barbados needs the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) more than ever, says Christ Church East Central Member of Parliament Ronald Jones. He made the poi…

Barbados
Tax ‘burden’

Fast food chain Burger King says its growth in Barbados has been restricted by burdensome taxes. Operations director Everick Eastmond said while it…

Barbados
No deal in sight for Burger King

After more than a year of pleading with the Freundel Stuart-led administration for an ease in import duties, fast food chain Burger King seems no c…

Cayman Islands
Esso hit by armed robbers

The Barcam Esso on Shamrock Road was robbed by two armed men around 5:30 a.m. Sunday, the Royal Cayman Islands Police reported. The men escaped wit…

Barbados
BFA to benefit from FIFA funding

Barbados Football Association (BFA) is about to earn a portion of United States $1.4 billion which FIFA has allocated towards its football developm…

Saint Martin
Take the Challenge.

View Comments Candidate #13 on the National Alliance, Jimmy Challenger: “For a second time I am asking the people of St. Maarten to Take the …

Grenada
This Day in History

On this day, 21 January 1974, protestors demonstrating against the government of Premier Gairy were confronted by Police and Police Aides, resultin…

Anguilla
USING A JEEP AS A MUSICAL BAND?

There are a number of vehicles – being driven around in Anguilla – fitted with special loud music playing devices blasting the airways,…