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Digicel reaffirms cancer fight

The staff of Digicel (Barbados) Limited have come together to show their unwavering support for the fight against Breast Cancer.

Tackling family violence

Anglican church launch programme to confront issue

MTW repairs

The Ministry of Transport and Works advises that a crew will be repairing the sidewalk to the south side of Parliament Buildings, Bridgetown tomorrow Saturday October 6 and on Sunday October 7 between the hours of 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. Road users are advised to proceed with caution in the area of the works. […]

Strike avoided

BWU puts industrial action at cbc on hold for now

Coast clear

CZMUu receives $10 million loan from IDB for major coastal work

Going up

Experts: Poultry and meat prices likely to rise

Deconsecration Saturday for St. Joseph church

Deconsecration of St. Joseph Anglican Church will take place on Saturday at 4 p.m. during a simple ceremony.

Autism body gets new technology

President of the Autism Association of Barbados, Lawton Walcott says there are not many facilities for children with the condition

Rebranding as Rubis

Texaco stations to disappear after 76 years

Celebrating animal life

by Kimberley Cummins The Animal Control Unit’s efforts to educate Barbadians on the proper ways of treating animals seem to be working however there is still much more to be done. This admission was made this afternoon by Animal Control Officer, Curtis Thompson as Barbados, for the first time recognised World Animal Day. Speaking with […]

Role of a principal

Senior Education Officer in the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development, Gertude Welch, believes that the existence of competent leadership at all levels of the educational sector is an imperative that must be ensured. She expressed this view earlier today while addressing the Third Annual Professionals Principals’ Conference at the Accra Beach Hotel and […]

Public urged be wary of lepto

Barbados has recorded another death as a result of leptospirosis with co-infection from dengue. Senior Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Karen Springer, said that an adult who had contracted leptospirosis died this week. The Senior Medical Officer urged the public to be extremely careful at this time since there has been a rise in dengue […]

Through the years

As celebrations continue to mark 50 years of universal free public education, there is a photographic exhibition you should not miss.

Special day for special ones

Disabled children take time out for fun at Ilaro court

Well done

  President of the Inter-American Development Bank, Luis Alberto Moreno, has praised the marketing efforts of Barbados that resulted in the successful hosting of the just concluded Foromic 2012 conference. He expressed these sentiments during a courtesy call on Prime Minister Freundel Stuart at Ilaro Court recently. Moreno, accompanied by a team from the IDB, […]

FOROMIC fails to meet small business expectations

One major aspect of FOROMIC has failed to meet the expectations of small businesses in Barbados

Jones: School meals partnership must be non-profit

For there to be any kind of public/private sector partnership in the provision of school meals services, it cannot be a profit-making venture.
Minister of Education Ronald Jones made this announcement earlier today moments after planting two custard

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