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Hope for Renewable Project in Barbados

  By Sue-Ann Wayow NEW Bajan homeowners will soon have the opportunity to earn money from their rooftops. A new initiative was launched this week which will enable homeowners to sign an agreement with government allowing their roofs to be used as potential energy sources as the country hopes to become more energy efficient. Nation News […]Read More

Barbados wants to be a Republic

  Barbados wants to become a Republic. The former colony of Great Britain, as an independent nation, still recognises the Queen as its head of state. Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley has announced the country’s intention to become a republic by November 2021. The speech written by Mottley was read by Governor-General Dame Sandra Mason. […]Read More

PM Mottley Announces Curfew in Barbados from Saturday

 BRIDGETOWN – PRIME Minister Mia Mottley has implemented a curfew on Barbadians from 8 pm on Saturday. In an address to the nation on Thursday, Mottley said the restrictions to combat the spread of the Covid-19 will be in place from Saturday and then every day from 8 pm to 6 am until April 14. […]Read More

Barbados PM: Public Buildings Lack Maintenance

  BARBADOS – PRIME MINISTER Mia Mottley says buildings across the country were making people ill. In her first address for 2020, Mottley said improvements were necessary in infrastructure for electricity and water. Mottley made the comments after one member of her Barbados Labour Party (BLP) administration and Member of Parliament for St Philip North Sonia […]Read More