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Exposed to culture

  If Acting Principal at the Princess Margaret Secondary School has any say in it, that institution is set for some in-depth exposure to local culture. The school today hosted the second annual Independence Cultural Extravaganza, which acting head Wayne Willock said he hoped would continue to grow each year. Speaking to Barbados TODAY this […]

Tourism makeover

  by Shawn Cumberbatch Destination Barbados is getting a tourism makeover. A major rebranding to transform the island’s “tired” tourism product led by a restructured Barbados Tourism Authority, the convening of a new Ministerial Council on Tourism, an annual state of the industry seminar, and the launch of “an aggressive online marketing strategy” are all […]

Celebrating 46

Students showing pride for independence

No extra burden

Policyholders assured there will be no immediate increase in insurance premiums

'Goodies' for customers

Co-operators General Insurance Company Limited moved into a new $15 million home on Upper Collymore, St. Michael this morning and announced a number of Independence and Christmas “goodies” for Barbadians. General Manager Anton Lovell revealed that the spacious three-storey building would now open to business on Saturdays along with two other branches in Speightstown and […]

Sinckler's fantasy

B’dos not in a state of economic stability, says Mottley

House not dragging feet on alleged gun incident

The Parliamentary committee mandated to investigate an alleged altercation between two sitting Members of Parliament is not dragging its feet on probing the matter.

BLP recovery plan reckless and dangerous

Government has trashed the Opposition Barbados Labour Party’s proposed economic recovery programme

Fresh Fest

Minister Lashley annouces changes to 2013 Crop-Over Festival

Crop-Over commitment

Prime Minister asks stakeholders to be dedicated to festival

Celebrating outstanding citizens

Minister Jones explains the reason for changing the names of some schools

Changes excite calypsonians

Calypsonians to perform with a live band for Sweet Soca semifinals 2013

Men in heels to support women

On December 8 men will dress in women’s shoes and walk a mile, all in hope of showing their support for ending violence against women.

Future for at-risk youth

Resource centre opened at Government Industrial School

Committed to care of animals

Barbados remains committed to the preservation and protection of its animal resources

Plan for profits

Holetown business owners look beyond tourism for income

Be flexible

Absenteeism has become a financial nightmare for employers in Barbados.