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Car Of The Show

Toyota Starlet takes top honours at Retromania 2018 A 34 year-old Toyota Starlet was voted “Car Of The Show” last Sunday when the Retro and Classic Car Club of Barbados hosted its third annual  Retromania Exhibition, at the Haggatt Hall base of Sagicor General Insurance. Driven by Tahir Kara, the red racing-prepared car, pushing 1600 cc,  was a hit […]

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Live outside the box!

‘Pilly’ full of advice for UWI students by Emmanuel Joseph Students attending the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) have been advised to live outside of the box. The advice came last night from prominent Queen’s Counsel (QC) Andrew Pilgrim as he delivered the feature address at the annual students’ […]

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Back home for Easter

Bajan-Brit wins tourism promotion For the first time in almost 30 years, a Barbados-born British citizen has been spending Easter in the land of her birth thanks to a tourism promotion staged by local partners. Diana Branch and her nine year-old daughter, Starr, were the lucky winners of a 2017 Destination Barbados promotion in England, […]

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Fun-filled festival

Hundreds gather in Oistins climax Hundreds took part in the climax of the 41st Oistins Fish Festival yesterday, with defending champion Tyrone Shorey proving that he still had both the pace and the skill to hold on to his title in the Dolphin Skinning Competition, which he has dominated for the past 15 years. The […]

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Open day at the Albert Cecil Graham Development Centre

The Albert Cecil Graham Development Centre opened its doors on Wednesday to showcase the outstanding work of its students and staff. “Many persons in Barbados are not even aware that this centre exists, so I just want the general public to know about the different units we have here, the daycare unit, workshop unit and […]

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Time to SOAR

Ward releases inspirational book Fear, procrastination and limits are just some of the themes covered in a new100-page inspirational book officially released here on Wednesday. The book, entitled SOAR, is authored by Publisher of Shabeau Magazine Joan Ward, and also touches on the issue of domestic violence while seeking to motivate young people in particular […]

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Be climate smart

Officials suggest new way forward for agriculture by David Hinkson Climate change is the biggest threat small island developing states like Barbados face, and if they are to survive, they must find ways to stave off its adverse effects, especially when it comes to food production. With that in mind, the United Nations Development Programme […]

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Be like Rihanna!

Old scholar advises Combermere students to relentlessly pursue their dreams by David Hinkson Students at the Combermere school have been advised to be like pop sensation Rihanna by pursuing their dreams no matter what. Delivering the feature address at the school’s annual Speech Day and Prize Giving ceremony on Tuesday, former student Dr Sonita Alexander, […]

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