Tag Archives: Barbados

Pitch perfect – Barbados Today

[ad_1] NORTH SOUND, Antigua – Zak Crawley’s second Test hundred left West Indies frustrated and facing a potentially precarious final day on Saturday, as the opening Test headed for a tense finish at the Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium. When rain forced a premature end to Friday’s penultimate day, the tourists were in a commanding position […]

Sesame Street’s ‘Luis’ dies at 81 – NationNews Barbados — nationnews.com

[ad_1] Posted on March 12, 2022 Emilio Delgado. (Internet Image) Actor Emilio Delgado, who appeared on Sesame Street for more than four decades, has died at the age of 81. Delgado was a presence in children’s lives for 45 years, playing the fix-it shop owner Luis on the long-running series. His wife, Carol Delgado, confirmed […]

#BTColumn – Giving an ear to players and coaches

[ad_1] Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by the author(s) do not represent the official position of Barbados TODAY. Paying close attention to opinions of players and coaches can be an intriguing exercise. And when it comes to a Test series between West Indies and England, there is seemingly added interest. With one day remaining […]

First week of the Women’s World Cup

[ad_1] The ongoing Women’s World Cup has only run for a week so far, but it has already thrown up some thrilling finishes, upsets and near-upsets, unpredictable results, and some extraordinary individual performances. Here’s a lookback after the first nine games. The opening game the World Cup needed New Zealand vs West Indies was not […]

Implementation deficit limiting development  – Barbados Today

[ad_1] Tourism consultant Dr. Kerry Hall has identified a lack of implementation as one of the main issues holding back the truly sustainable development of Barbados’ tourism industry over the years. She said as the island emerged from the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the tourism industry takes the lead in the economic […]

Bonner’s masterclass – Barbados Today

[ad_1] NORTH SOUND, Antigua – An attritional career-best hundred from Nkrumah Bonner frustrated England today, earned West Indies a precious 62-run lead and set up a riveting penultimate day of the opening Test. The 33-year-old right-hander stroked 123 as the home side battled the entirety of Thursday’s third day at the Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium […]

Research facility investment possibility – Barbados Today

[ad_1] Barbados could become the home for a cancer research facility in the coming years, Minister of Health and Wellness Ian Gooding-Edghill has disclosed. He recently disclosed that a potential investor had approached his ministry with the idea of setting up such a facility on the island. While opting not to disclose much, Gooding-Edghill said […]

Grit and discipline – that’s Nkrumah Bonner

[ad_1] Nkrumah Bonner looks the part. He combines an orthodox technique with a contented strut. His sleeves are long and his collar is popped. He takes guard by removing a bail and hammering it into the ground. Classical style combined with Caribbean flair. The Jamaican James Bond. It would be wrong to describe Bonner’s exemplary […]

Fortress fund sees T&T growth

[ad_1] The rising price of oil on the world market is fuelling a resurgence of the Trinidad and Tobago indices. This was outlined by Fortress Fund Managers as it reported on the performance of its Caribbean Growth Fund for the last quarter ended December 31, 2021. Fortress, the island’s largest mutual fund operator outlined that […]