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From left, Principal of St Gabriel’s School Angela Blackett, Top students Adriel Bayrd and Joshua Connell being presented their prizes by featured speaker Carol Toppin.

The greatest dream

St Gabriel’s School held its annual Valedictory Service at the Anne...
From left, Minister of Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Commerce Dwight Sutherland; Director of Platinum and Business Banking CIBC Richard Phillips and joint first prize winners Franz Harewood-Hamblin of Grow Smart Youth Farm and Kemar Codrington and Mikhail Eversley of Oasis Laboratory.

A boost to start-ups

Six participants in the 2018/2019 cohort of the Student...
Ryan Smith (left) who is autistic, and his mother Suzette Griffith (right), participating in the Farmers Empowerment and Enfranchisement Drive (FEED) programme.

Farmers ‘FEED on new ideas’

Farmers in a three-year Government programme to learn about...
Scholarship winner Shantelle Armstrong (right) shares some of her study plans with Colette Delaney, CEO CIBC FirstCaribbean.

Proving ‘them’ wrong

If she was asked to give a message to students of Barbados’ newer...
Kemal Marshall

A dream come true

Twenty-year-old Kemal Marshall is an aspiring professional dancer who...
From left, Principal of Wills Primary School Nicole Wills, Victoria Georges, Top Performer in English Language Nala Maughn, Top student in Mathematics Natasha Georges and Co-Principal Julia Franklin. All three students will be attending Queen’s College in September.

High and happy

Wills Primary School is celebrating the achievements of their 20 class...
Principal at St Winifred’s Primary School Kim Lewis congratulating Charlee Collins.

Collins is champion at St Winifred’s!

Top performer in this year’s Barbados Secondary School Entrance...
Flow’s summer interns are welcomed by Esther Tull (right), Manager, People Business Partner, Flow Barbados, along with Melissa Goring (left), Generalist, People Team.

In the ‘Flow’

Just over 20 tertiary-level students will spend the next eight weeks...
Islamic Students bearing signs which promote peace.

Religions join forces

Jews, Muslims, Christians and Rastafarians on Monday morning marched...

A welcomed visit

Sagicor partnered with Verdun House this Father’s Day to celebrate...

Just do it

iMart Sheraton’s climatic celebration of Men’s Health Week...

Bizzy’s bonds get the thumbs up

The green energy investment arm of the Williams Industries Inc. group...
Members of the joint clean-up effort stand behind the over 1,000 pounds of seaweed and plastic items collected at Silver Sands beach.

1,000 pounds lighter

As part of activities to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Island...
From left, Billboard, Jael, Jude Clarke, Organiser Zimronn Andrews, I-Fill and De Big Rock

A family affair

The Ultimate Calypso Tent is back this year and is promising a show...
Brand manager of Armstrong Agencies Ortiz Williams, Calypsonian Teri and marketing officer of Signia Financial Global, Samantha Inniss at the presentation ceremony.

Drop the ‘sparkle’, keep the ‘T’

Former Junior Calypso Monarch, Teri Sparkle T Williams, is hoping to...
Akil Ifill

Not just about the 11-plus

With a passion for teaching and a desire to bring about a positive...
William Yearwood

Make wise choices

Students of St Giles Primary School were lauded for their successful...
The ATMs have a fresh new interface, with touch screen capabilities.

A simpler way to bank

Scotiabank continues to adopt leading edge technology to improve its...

Substance abuse foundation to get a boost

Mount Gay Rum Distilleries will be hosting a charity concert...
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