Kareem Smith, Author at Barbados Today
Kareem Smith
Articles by Kareem Smith

Govt, Rastafari fume over yet another illegal mess

At least two Government ministries have promised “full...

School heads adopting wait-and-see stance on exams

The Barbados Association of Principals of Public Secondary Schools...

Once prime real estate being put up for sale as City becomes...

The dwindling appeal of Barbados’ capital city is being blamed for...

‘Reengineering and restructuring before recovery’...

Working class Barbadians are being warned of significant...

Alarm over COVID-19 labour issues

Labour Minister Colin Jordan has sounded the alarm over numerous...

Viral affair

Short-term accommodations, especially those that offer two-three hour...

Minister Cummins insists safety first before tourism...

Despite the temporary collapse of tourism and uncertainty about its...

CSEC, CAPE in June

The Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) will embark on this year’s...

‘Rendezvous with coronavirus’

Short-term accommodations, especially those that offer two-three hour...

Survey says… Half still shun vaccine but interest is...

A recent Government survey has revealed that just fewer than 50 per...

Rural vending operations queried

The Barbados Association of Retailers, Vendors and Entrepreneurs...

Mottley says country will proceed with caution as COVID...

After nearly an entire February in strict lockdown, Barbados is once...

No alternatives to Common Entrance just yet- Harris

President of the Association of Public Primary School Principals...

Locking up for protocol breaches questioned

Some of Barbados’ most prominent criminal lawyers are questioning...

Lifting lockdown not limited to numbers

The Barbados Association of Medical Practitioners (BAMP) is cautioning...

BTMI chairman believes Barbados should market to vaccinated...

Any attempt at a full-scale restart of tourism will require a serious...

Student nurses want concerns addressed to facilitate their...

Frustration is increasing among some Barbados Community College (BCC)...

Crab Hill mourns for Tyrique

The community of Crab Hill, St. Lucy has been rocked by the death of...

Mental health chief worries young people not coping

The country’s second COVID-19 lockdown in less than a year, is...