20.5 C
Monday, April 19, 2021
- Advertisement -


Scott Johnson


PM Skerrit: Good Hope Road project to raise the safety of users

Prime Minister Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, along with Parliament colleagues, attended the consultation on the Good Hope Road project in Castle Bruce on Thursday, April 15, 2021.

American singer Akon’s meeting with Uganda Prez sparks criticism

American rap artist and singer Akon has drawn criticism from rights activists over his meetings with Uganda's president as he pursues the development of a futuristic city in the country of East Africa.

Barbados: New school term delayed a week due to La Soufrière ashfall

The start of the new school term has been delayed by a week because the Ministry of Education, Technology and Vocational Training is starting a massive clean-up of school facilities, due to the asphalt of the volcano La Soufrière.

PM Mitchell on 4% wage increase: Carnival like protest march irresponsible behaviour of Trade Union

If you go out there and you march, you demonstrate and you cluster together and you cause your own brother or sister to catch the virus and they die or get sick. Is 4% worth it?

Businesses finding hope in sustained reopening: Free National Movement

The Free National Movement (FNM) stated the Minnis administration’s leadership in sustaining a safe and responsible economic reopening

“Millions for Rawi’s wife but none for scholarships,” says Kamla

The obscene revelation that the Office of the Prime Minister has retained the legal services of the law firm belonging to the wife of Attorney General Faris Al Rawi, demonstrates the Rowley PNM’s flagrant conduct in using public office to enrich their friends and financiers, said leader of Opposition, Kamla Persad Bissessar in a statement issued on Wednesday.

Flights diverted from Caribbean to avoid ash cloud

The eruption of a volcano on the island of St Vincent in the Caribbean is causing chaos for flights coming to the region.

India donates 40,000 vaccines to Trinidad and Tobago

Foreign Minister Dr Amery Browne and Indian High Commissioner to Trinidad and Tobago Arun Kumar Sahu at Piarco Internation Aiprot during handing over ceremony of Vaccines

Indian Millionaires seeking wealth migration thru Citizenship by Investment

India is currently suffering the same crisis as over 7,000 HNWIs have already migrated to other nations that offer ease of doing business and social security.

“Dominica using all techniques to spur vaccination drive”

Prime Minister of Dominica, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, discussed several projects on which the government is working to bring the country to normalcy with Chekira Lockhart-Hypolite and Kent Edwards.

Latest news

Canadian MP caught nude amid video conference

A Canadian lawmaker was caught completely naked during a virtual meeting of the House of Commons in Canada.

Money is there, now vaccines will come to Venezuela: Maduro

On Sunday, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said that the government had made a second payment to the World Health Organization (WHO) COVAX initiative to gain access to about 11 million coronavirus vaccines.

“The valley of Dry Bones,” writes DLP

Watching that video of the Prime Minister of Barbados destroying the image and waving the magic flag to solve our water problems, one could only remind Barbadians of the BLP "Covenant Of Hope".

Trinidad and Tobago sends cleaning supplies to Barbados to clear ashfall

Barbados is experiencing a heavy ashfall due to the massive volcanic eruption at La Soufriere volcano in St Vincent and the Grenadines.

Over third of target population inoculated in St Kitts and Nevis, says PM Harris

Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris, during a vaccination session at Sylvia Garnette Health Centre in Tabernacle said that more than a third portion of the target population has been vaccinated against COVID-19.
- Advertisement -