Local News Archives - Page 1127 of 1178 - Barbados Today

Category: Local News

Family Planning expanding services

The Barbados Family Planning Association is expanding its services.

Award for Dancin' Africa

Dancin’ Africa, has copped the prestigious Madam Ifill Award for the third time in the dance group’s 20-year history of captivating audiences with its well-choreographed dance pieces on various themes. Prime Minister Freundel Stuart presented the trophy to representatives of Dancin’ Africa yesterday during a brief ceremony at Ilaro Court. The group won gold at […]

Reviving the City

New Friday night event to bring activity back to Bridgetown

UWI jobs plus

Most graduates finding employment after leaving campus

Uninvited visitor

One occupant narrowly escaped injury when a jeep crashed into this wood and wall house at the corner of Two Mile Hill

Funding down

Tourism agency’s income drops significantly

Bleeding

Barbados’ manufacturing and service companies are losing hundreds of jobs and thousands of dollars in investment.

Taking farming further

Venture to add value to produce through processing

Special need met

Identifying and responding to at-risk students should now be easier for 25 secondary school guidance counsellors.

More effective

Rescue personnel refresh knowledge

Only the best

Denis Kellman knows his onions, oops potatoes.

Mainstreaming programme failing youth

Government has failed the boys and girls on “the block”.

Suspension numbers worry HC head

Executive Member and Immediate Past President of the Barbados Association of Principals of Public Secondary Schools, Winston Crichlow, is worried about the large numbers of students suspended on Monday from the Graydon Sealy Secondary School for breaching its dress code. Asked to comment on the issue, Crichlow told Barbados TODAY, while he acknowledged the need […]

Bajan bonds not affected by S&P downgrade

Barbados’ relegation to investment junk status has apparently not affected its standing in the marketplace. Leading regional investment firm, Jamaica Money Market Brokers, has said that three months after the influential Standard & Poor’s dropped its rating of the island below investment grade, the island’s bonds have not been affected. “Barbados was recently downgraded by […]

The real deal

Prefects told to use posts to give quality service

Out for redress

Parents of Graydon Sealy students upset over dress code related suspensions

Fed by your plants

Healthy crops key to well fed population

Barbados Today Copyright © 2019 | Developed by Luova Labs