Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer and members of his government will over the next two days hold discussions with the highest ranking female politician in China and sign off on several agreements, including one to construction a new airport terminal at the V.C. Bird International Airport.
Minister of Environment, Water Resources and Drainage Denis Lowe is admitted to hospital and said to be in serious condition.
Sir Ellis Clarke, who suffered a stroke in late November, passed away two days after celebrating his 93rd birthday.
Santo Domingo de Guzman was the New World's first colonial city, the Spanish Empire's capital and the Catholic Church's Rome in the West Indies.
Sir Ronald Sanders says failure to strengthen CARICOM has not only weakened our already weak states, it has lost us respect in the international community.
One of the world’s largest cruise ships, Queen Elizabeth, made Barbados its second port of entry on its inaugural trip.
Almost five months after the resignation of the former chairman, a man who was once in the position returns.
Agriculture officials are aiming to develop the industry with the aim of exporting the crops.
A contract to finance, build, own and operate the new facility has been awarded to a US-based company.
The Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry, one of the country's leading banks, will be offering special loan packages for "green projects".
The Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority has ordered the airline to stop flying because it’s doing so illegally.
BBC, UK: Washington has revoked the visa of the Venezuelan ambassador to the US, the US state department has said.
Times of India, India: R&B singer Rihanna has sparked off rumours that she might take the judge's seat in talent hunt show "The X-factor" after she enjoyed a dinner with Simon Cowell.
Gleaner, Jamaica: The marine detachment of the United States Embassy in Kingston, was last week aided by US Ambassador Pamela Bridgewater, in sharing Christmas cheer with the island's wards under the care of the Glenhope childcare facility.