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Chefette assists students in need

Chefette Restaurants has once again shown its commitment to education.

New executive chairman at LPH

Light & Power Holdings has a new Executive Chairman, Sarah MacDonald, the President of Emera Caribbean, who replaces Bob Hanf who held the post for the last year.

Chefette backs Red Cross

Chefette Restaurants recently donated $8,000 to the Barbados Red Cross Society.

Win for nominators

As members of the general public continue to nominate those outstanding teachers across Barbados

On board

Crime Stoppers gets new partner

Customers win big

lucky digicel subscribers presented with their prizes
Luck continues to change for Digicel customers, thanks to the company’s ongoing Truck It 2 DMAX promotion.
Patrice Bailey, Yvette Turney and Sebastian Dacosta are three of the recent weekly w

BUT training workshop

The Barbados Union of Teachers recently conducted a two-day training workshop for some of its new shop stewards.

Promoting African heritage

Free concert being held to reconnect Bajans with their heritage

LIME prize a birthday gift for winner

Kadri Walcott, one of three winners in LIME’s regional BlackBerry Z10 competition, will be jetting off to see Alicia Keys’ Set The World On Fire concert in Prague, Czech Republic.

Elegant awarded

The Elegant Hotels Group has received more international accolades.

Opposition Leader to address hoteliers

Leader of the Opposition, Mia Mottley, will be the featured speaker at the Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association’s Annual General Meeting Wednesday at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, Two Mile Hill, St. Michael.

Signia backs vision

Book Line, an innovative small business, got a monetary boost from Signia Financial Group Inc. to travel to Guatemala and represent the island at the Talent and Innovation Challenge Americas on June 2 and 3.

BCC students urged to 'stand out'

The Barbados Community College’s Counselling and Placement Centre hosted its annual graduate seminar on May 23 at the Almond Bay, Hastings.

Helping hands

Collaboration reaches out to needy children

Toy shop joins children's charity

When Miss Barbados World 2013 delegate, Janine Hinkson, approached Deanna Dash’s Toy Shop for assistance in helping Barbadian children through her charity, Helpful Hands for Hopeful Hearts, the company was delighted to join a great cause.

Quantum of the Seas coming to region

On May 22, a ground-breaking new ship, Quantum of the Seas, was launched by Royal Caribbean International, and is set to feature a Caribbean itinerary when it makes its inaugural voyage next November 23, 2014.

Bim will win fight

Need to approve cyber crime convention

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