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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

New Deloitte partner

Brathwaite the first female managing partner in the region

Turkey injects $2 M into CDF

THE CARICOM Development Fund has received a US$2 million contribution from the Government of Turkey.

New book from Every

Barbados Today columnist, Donna Every, has released her second novel, The High Road, the sequel to The Merger Mogul.

New banknotes in circulation

Barbados’ new-look banknotes, the first design change since 1973, went into circulation today.

Chosen few

new roles for banking executives
CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank has announced a number of senior executive appointments, subject to regulatory and governmental approvals.
Effective June 1, 2013, Daniel Farmer will assume the role of Mana

Digicel bags gold certification

Digicel has achieved Cisco Gold Certification in the Caribbean, Panama and El Salvador, following committed work by the company to meet rigorous standards set forth by Cisco in networking competency, service, support and customer satisfaction.
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No devaluation

Sinckler allays fears gov’t will move to adjust currency

Entrepreneurs get new hub

Entrepreneurs and professionals in the information and communication technology industry gathered at Automotive Art’s corporate headquarters last Friday evening for the launch of Foo Café Barbados

Important talks

Ways of developing local human resources were high on the agenda this week when High Commissioner of Canada, Richard Hanley, paid a courtesy call on Minister of Labour, Senator Dr. Esther Byer Suckoo\

Hold on fashion

Barbados’ fashion industry is not progressing because it is still plagued by the same old challenges of more than a decade ago.

Boosting regional tourism

Caribbean tourism marketers, policymakers and practitioners will be exposed to the latest expert tactics and best practices in marketing and brand reputation during Caribbean Week in New York.

Testing day tomorrow

The sixth staging of Caribbean Regional HIV/AIDS Testing Day takes place on tomorrow (Friday) under the aegis of the Caribbean Broadcast Media Partnership on HIV/AIDS with support from Scotiabank

Theatre arts push

Barbadian theatre arts professionals spanning every aspect of the industry

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