Barbados Free Press – Another Best Day Ever!

Thanks to three high-profile posts, and being mentioned once more by Voice of Barbados call-in show moderator Tony Marshall, Barbados Free Press has again broken all our records for visitors in a 24 hour period.

Here are the posts that are attracting thousands of readers from around the world…

Mottley, Castro, Cavez All Agree – Citizen Free-Speech Must Be Stopped,

Caribbean Splash Designers On A Bad Day – 1 Dead, 34 Injured

Barbados Deputy Prime Minister Says Internet Blogs “Marginalize Parliament”,

So how many visitors have we had in the past 24 hours?

We’ve decided that we’ll keep it to ourselves for now because, frankly, we are having a hard time believing the numbers. We will check them out and get back to you!


Filed under Barbados, Island Life

7 responses to “Barbados Free Press – Another Best Day Ever!

  1. Jane

    Congratulations! Keep up the good work.

  2. Eve

    Yes, Yes, Yes!!! We love you, we thank you, and we appreciate your hard work and perseverance!

  3. John

    Did’ya see the ad in yesterday’s Nation from the Ministry of pubic works and transp and 3S for motorists and the general public to to attend the “GRAND PUPLIC LAUNCH” of “OPERATION FREE FLOW” down at Warrens?

    They even had a big band with John King and Gabby!!

    That must have been one hell of a bram fete!!

    If you missed the ad you can’t go. The fete was yesterday so you missed the opportunity to at least see how:

    the ABC highway will be widened to four lanes,
    six flyovers well be erected,
    a centralised traffic signal system will be installed
    an integrated traffic management plan of Bridgetown and surrounding areas will be implemented.

    As they say in BRAM FETE jargon, “MISS THIS AND BLAME YOURSELF”

    Pity there hasn’t been a free flow of information.

    Guess the old saying stands,”LET THEM EAT CAKE”.

  4. RRRicky

    I second Eve’s THANK YOU Barbados Free Press. Without BFP we would never have known about the waterpark tragedy in California and how these same people want to build the Caribbean Splash water park.

    I also thank you for the pictures of Mia Mottly pointing a finger with Castro. Good writing and good photos.

  5. John

    I agree, its like a breath of fresh air.

  6. Purrfectt

    I love the Barbados Free Press. As a journalist I am amazed that I am not always up to date and have to use this site to keep me informed.
    Thank You

  7. It might be better not to come out with the figures. Mia will really think Parliament is being marginalised. Does a call-in comment constitute “slander” (verbal) or “libel” (of permanent nature- see A. P Herbert and the parrot trained to make a defamatory statement.)?