Anesta Henry, Author at Barbados Today
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BSTU concerned about students not observing COVID-19 rules

While a COVID-19 case is being investigated at the Princess Margaret...

AOPT chairman slams outdated footage of students cramming ZR...

A video circulating on social media showing students from a rural high...

YES and Prison Fellowship Barbados team up to keep young...

A stronger restorative justice system would minimize the numbers of...

National advocate: Govt turning a blind eye to child abuse

With several child sexual abuse cases being brought before the law...

St Joseph woman’s home in darkness, despair in dispute...

A St Joseph woman has accused the landlords of her Little Diamond, St...

Muslims observe Ramadan with protocols

With the tremendous spike in COVID-19 deaths in India being blamed on...

Committee a good move

The Ministry of Education’s proposal for a mental health committee...

Classrooms re-open

Today, for the first time this year, hundreds of students returned to...

Men deserve more support from society

President of the Men’s Empowerment Network, Fabian Sargeant is...

Don’t count Donville out – Lashley

Former Member of Parliament Hamilton Lashley is urging Barbadians not...

More monitors for classes

The Ministry of Education has hired additional monitors to assist...

BUT leader reports smooth Trinity term start

Day one of the new school term ended Tuesday with no major complaints...

Charities petition PM for more animal rights enforcement, as...

Reports of animal abuse are on the rise with animal welfare charities...

Forde: Stop overusing water to wash ash

With Barbados battling a water crisis in the middle of the dry season,...

St Lucy folk on Dems’ De Peiza

A day after Democratic Labour Party leader Verla De Peiza announced...

Caddle: Time for more women heroes

With Government asking Barbadians to make recommendations for National...

Strictly online classes – Ifill

At least one private school will not be returning to face-to-face...

Past students, community chip in to clean St Lawrence...

Old scholars of St Lawrence Primary School, Christ Church joined with...

Chauvin’s conviction stirs bitter memories

Marleen Knight is struggling to understand how in just under one year...