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Vujaday Festival brings Danny Tenaglia, Damian Lazarus, andhim to Barbados
Following its remarkable debut in 2018, Vujaday Festival returns to the pristine Caribbean island of Barbados this year for its second edition between April 3 - 7. Attracting major attention from the dance music revelers all around the globe with its awe-inspiring location and toothsome line-up, Vuj
Barbados opening jobs to CARICOM nationals
Responding to a growing demographics imbalance in which the retired and close to retirement members of the population are growing while the number of working-age nationals is dwindling, Barbados will soon open its doors to skilled labour, especially persons from the Caribbean Community.
Rats on the rise in Barbados: Ministry steps in
The rat population is on the rise in Barbados, and the Ministry of Health and Wellness has stepped in and allocated BBD $155,000 to address the issue. It has established a multi-sectoral team to implement a scaled-up vector control program to control the rising infestation.
Barbados resort puts villas on sale, and throws in a sea turtle swim too
Port Ferdinand Yacht & Beach Club Residences, a luxury marina site built a few years ago on Barbados, will take 35% off villa prices on a summer stay — if you reserve by the end of February.
Track athlete Jonathan Miller from Barbados takes unlikely path to Nebraska
Running track at the Division I level was never the plan for Jonathan Miller. In fact, Miller didn’t even begin participating in the sport until four years ago. Miller was born and grew up in Bridgetown, Barbados. There, he spent most of his time practicing skills completely unrelated to athletics.
Villa with a view: An opulent Bajan mansion with an A-list guestbook
Sophia Wilson discovers a sprawling beachfront hideaway with palatial proportions and an A-list guestbook on Barbados’s party coastline... Barbados is famously bling, and this 10-bedroom Palladian-style mansion channels the island’s opulent vibe. Sitting on a cliff on the western coast, Cove Spring
10 Reasons to Stay at the Sandals Royal Barbados
Since opening its first resort back in 1981, the Sandals hospitality group has been providing guests with high-end, all-inclusive vacation packages that prove to be even more fun than the catchy commercials you’ve probably seen.
The glory and tragedy of the West Indies cricket team
IT IS AN odd sports fan who travels halfway around the world and is happy to see his team lose. Yet that describes many of the 5,000 sun-pinked English cricket fans who watched England play the West Indies on the Caribbean island of St Lucia this week. Asked whether he minded that England had alread
Good Googly Moogly! Angela Simmons Is On Vacay In Barbados And That ‘Kini Clad Bawwwwdy Is Bangin’
Angela Simmons Shows Off Her Bikini Body In Barbados. Sis loves a good vacay. We definitely not mad at that! Angela Simmons has been living her best life in Barbados all week long and we have been loving the vacay photos. Like this one for example.
Sandals Just Opened an All-Inclusive Donut Shop
Sandals has always pushed the envelope for what’s possible at an all-inclusive, from the region’s first all-inclusive speakeasy to a bowling alley. And now they’re at it again.
Suspected Barbados money laundering accomplices named
American authorities have unsealed documents naming former Barbados insurance executives, Alex Tasker and Ingrid Inness as the persons who allegedly conspired with former government minister Donville Inniss to launder money in the United States.
Duncan Bannatyne and bikini-clad wife Nigora Whitehorn, 38, put on a VERY saucy display as they ring in his 70th birthday in Barbados
He celebrated his 70th birthday with a Roman-themed party at the Sandy Lane hotel in Barbados on Sunday. And Duncan Bannatyne proved the party is continuing as he hit the shores with his wife Nigora Whitehorn just days later during which they put on a steamy display.
Photo Highlights: England Toppled at Kensington Oval in Barbados in First Test of 2019 West Indies Cricket Tour
Several thousand English cricket fans journeyed to the Caribbean island of Barbados with the aim of witnessing England prevail in the first Test (January 23—27) of their 2019 Cricket Tour against the West Indies. The hopes of the English tourists were quickly dashed, however, as England instead suff
PG Historical Society wins with raffle
While there were lots of winners at Sunday’s “Raffle for a Cause” event at the History Park Farmer’s Market, the biggest winner had to be its host. The Punta Gorda Historical Society raised $960 with their raffle, only $40 short of their goal with tickets at $5 a piece.
Barbados Invisalign Orthodontic Treatments Cosmetic Dentistry Services Launched
(Newswire.net -- February 5, 2019) -- Dr. Golding’s Dental, a dental practice based in Bridgetown, Barbados, announced the availability of cutting-edge orthodontic and cosmetic procedures such as Invisalign invisible braces, teeth whitening, and various others. Dr. Golding offers high-quality orthod
Rihanna's Brother Submits Not Guilty Plea After Barbados Arrest Over Assault Allegation
Rorrey Fenty, who is expected to return to court in June, gets in trouble with the law after he is accused of assaulting Lee-Ann Lingo as well as Andrew Thornton on the same day in January.
Ownership changing hands at Royal Fidelity Merchant Bank
The acquisition will result in RF Holdings owning 100 per cent of Royal Fidelity’s operations in Barbados and the Bahamas. The shares were previously held on a 50/50 basis by RBC Royal Bank of Canada and Fidelity Bank (Bahamas) Limited.
Guyanese footballer collapses and dies during match in Barbados
(Barbados Nation) THE CARIBBEAN UNITED masters football team has been thrown into mourning following the sudden death of player Miguel Nurse. The 38-year-old Guyanese national complained of feeling ill during his side’s match against Weymouth Wales at the Barbados Lumber Company’s Waterford, St Mich
CDB research to address the region’s challenges
CDB’s Director of Economics Dr. Justin Ram announced this at the Bank’s annual news conference held in Barbados. “Taking it a step further this year, the bank proposes to publish research that focuses on assessing and measuring the vulnerability and resilience of our borrowing member countries. This
Barbados... Yo-ho-ho and plenty of rum
'Relax - you're on island time," the locals said, over and over again. And after a week I was finally settling in to the fact that life is as stressful as you allow it to be. And the Barbadian people do not stress or get ratty. Horns toot but only in greeting or warning. Rarely in anger. And it's pr