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Big win for Charles F. Broome

Charles F. Broome Memorial Primary School on Governmnet Hill, St. Michael, was a big winner in the Cave Shepherd Three Swipes for a Chance to win promotion which ran from June 25 to August 31. The school’s victory was based on the number of entries from parents and guardians shopping for back to school supplies […]

RBF recovers stolen items

The Royal Barbados Police Force has recovered a set of electronic devices.

PEMCO now part of Sagicor family

The American arm of Barbados-based insurer Sagicor Life has completed a major acquisition. Parent company Sagicor Financial Corporation announced this afternoon that Sagicor Life Insurance Company USA was now the owner of PEMCO Life Insurance Company, having completed its purchase of the company located in Washington. As a result of the transaction, PEMCO’s 7,500 policyholders […]

All must serve

Barbadian youths to give back 200+ hours to country

Right path

Ince: Government to maintain conservative fiscal strategy

Western washout

Flash flooding makes things difficult for motorists on West Coast

Flying high

LIAT reveals plans to purchase half dozen new planes

Traffic ease

Plan announced to build roundabout in Collymore Rock

Deighton Griffith giving back

The celebrations for the Deighton Griffith School’s 21st anniversary continues.

Students awarded

Ramsay, Griffith and Roach-Holder recipients of the 2012 irving burgie award

Cents for Alzheimer's adding up

The Central Bank of Barbados today announced that Barbadians donated an estimated 1,977,000 cents

Tribute to Sir Carlisle

This tribute to Sir Carlisle Burton was made by Selwyn P. Smith, former permanent secretary of Government and Head of CARICAD ahead of his funeral which took place on Tuesday at St. Mary’s Anglican Church. Sir Carlisle was one of the most outstanding administrators of his time. He served for nearly two decades as permanent […]

Different strokes…

Educators reminded to be versatile in their approach to teaching Educators have been reminded of the need to employ different strategies in teaching as “no two children learn in the identical way”. This advice was given by Senior Education Officer (tertiary), Joy Adamson, as she addressed principals and administrators, involved in the Schools’ Positive Behaviour […]

Yes J'ca

CCJ allows Jamaica gov’t to be an intervenor in Shanique Myrie case

Smoother road coming to Warrens

Smoother ride in the coming days and weeks.

NUPW calls for hazard allowance

The National Union of Public Workers is calling for a hazard allowance for workers in the Drainage Division in the Ministry of Environment. Amid reports that some workers contracted ringworm disease because of the hazardous conditions under which they were required to work, the trade union has submitted a proposal to the Ministry of the […]

CP beautifies surroundings

Students of the Coleridge and Parry School Environmental Club and a few members of the Agricultural Science class celebrated Arbor Day

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