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Bayley's gets new trees

In a few years time, students and teachers at Bayley’s Primary School could be sitting in the shade of fruit trees studying or relaxing.

Exhibition on education

As part of celebrations to mark 50 years of universal, free, public education, the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development will host a photographic exhibition, depicting education throughout the period 1962 to 2012. The exhibition, which will be hosted at the Grande Salle of the Tom Adams Financial Centre, from Wednesday, October 3 to […]

Owen's pill

Opposition leader believes he can turn economy around

New sign for Harrison College

Harrison College can now be easily identified in bustling Bridgetown

A free man

Convicted murderer released after 28 years of incarceration

100 for Reece

McDonald Reece may be celebrating his 100th birthday today, but he still enjoys a good rum and coke and a cigarette.

Casino gambling beneficial

Malaysia high commissioner says to protect Barbadians’ interest if casio gambling is allowed on cruise ships
Casino gambling has the ability to reap benefits for Barbados. However, the government has been advised to protect Barbadians’ interest i

Milky morning break

PHD visits Grantley Prescod Primary as part of World Children’s Milk Day celebrations

Reach out

former senator urges bajans
to connect with seniors
There is a disconnect between vulnerable members of Barbados and Barbadians on a whole.
This is the view of Democratic Labour Party’s candidate for St. Michael North East, Patricia Inniss.

Docking renovations

Members of the public are advised that there will be a disruption along sections of the boardwalk area in Independence Square from Saturday, October 6 until Sunday, October 7.
In a release, the National Conservation Commission has indicated that the

Rise in number of respiratory illnesses

The Ministry of Health is reporting an increase in the number of cases of respiratory illnesses and is cautioning the public to practice good personal hygiene to prevent these viruses, including influenza, from spreading. This advice come from Senior Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Karen Springer, who noted that during the period August 13 to […]

Man wanted by police

Police are on the hunt for a man who escaped from the Oistins Police Station earlier today. Junior Orlando Hunte, who goes by the names Zeus or Big Zeus is being sought by police for questioning in connection with a number of serious criminal matters. The 28-year-old man of Rices, St. Philip is six feet […]

Celebrating Arbor Day

It is never to late to take care of the Environment.

No way, no play

Local churches up in arms over gov’t proposal to allow gambling on cruise vessels

Cyclist killed

The island recorded a fatality today in St. Philip.

Port Ferdinand taking shape

Source tells of development of the project’s early phase

Give fair chance

Mottley calls for the opening of windows of opportunity for all

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