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Classroom for principals

Thirty-six new principals are currently undergoing training to enhance their leadership capabilities

FOR THE IRON LADY

FOR THE IRON LADY

Boston Marathon Blasts Kill 2, Police Say

Boston Marathon Blasts Kill 2, Police Say

How romantic

National Trust and Anglican Church in discussion to preserve St. Joseph’s as romantic ruin

Arson accused in court

The two men who were jointly charged in connection with the recent fire at Bs Recycling, Cane Garden, St. Thomas have appeared in court to answer the accusation. Twenty two year old Jermain Julian Worrel and 23 year old Hilary Vladimir Glasgow, both of Bridge Road, Cave Hill, St. Michael went before the District “A” […]

A WASTE!

Hoteliers voice concerns about NCC rangers not playing their role

Up in arms

Family taking police to court following house raid

All about partnerships

ICBL reveals initiative to build partnerships with non insurance entities

Glenroy Straughn dies at 86

Former parliamentary representative for St. Joseph, Glenroy Straughn, is dead at the age of 86.

Renewable energy high on agenda

A renewable energy policy is high on the list of “to do things” for this administration.

Fire destroys St. Philip home

A Lucas Street, St. Philip family is tonight counting its losses following a fire in the neighbourhood today.

Verus clarification

Central Bank warning due to misunderstanding, says officials

Youth with a mission

The Youth Link Apprenticeship programme is creating successful entrepreneurs.

Unique partnership

NUPW and ICBL joins to form insurance body

Fluttering proudly

Blue, yellow and …? Some people have been wondering where the other part of the Barbados flag flying on this pole at the entrance to Four Seasons Resort in Walmer Lodge is? Is this an indication of the trouble at the stalled project? Whatever the reason, we hope that the defective Barbados flag is taken […]

Conflict concerns

If there is one thing Central Bank of Barbados Governor Dr. DeLisle Worrell deserves credit for since being appointed to that post on November 1, 2009, it is his communication skills.

FIRED UP!

Residents surrounding B’s Recycling planning to organise peaceful protest