The Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation takes this opportunity to apologize for any untruthful, offensive and misguided comments that may have been broadcast during last night’s live St George North debate that was held at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre.
Barbados government has seen an uptick in the use of its various online services.
The location of Government Headquarters in Bay Street has been identified as the potential site for a new conference centre.
The Barbados parliament has given the green light to the extension of the current state of emergency to March 27, next year even as the opposition said that the Mia Mottley administration was sending a mixed signal regarding the efforts to curb the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Alison Hinds, a true Caribbean Queen, came to the throne through SOCA, a genre that is rapidly gaining popularity among music lovers around the globe.
Edwin Yearwood is a natural born entertainer whose accolades and song-writing genius establish him as the undisputed Soca King. One sure thing of Edwin Yearwood is he is a natural born entertainer.
According to Bovell, he wrote “Silly Games” for Janet kay with the sole intent of it being a hit song.
20-year old Akil Alleyne has signed a contract with English semi-professional football club, Chichester City.
Forbes compiled its annual list of America’s richest self-made entrepreneurs, and a number of music superstars made the cut.
The National Cultural Foundation, in its continued effort to support the creative industries, offered support to Barbadian-based artist Annalee Davis with assistance in her first solo exhibition entitled re-wilding in the UK at Haarlem Artspace in Derbyshire.