Chief Executive Officer of the Barbados Agricultural Society (BAS), James Paul is reiterating that there are opportunities being missed by Barbados, as a result of no meaningful partnership being established between the agricultural sector and... more
Ethan Taylor is one of the top goal-scorers for Charles F. Broome. Here he pushes forward in the semi-final game against Arthur Smith.
  It is all or nothing today when the curtain comes down on the BICO National Sports Council’s Primary Schools’ Football Competition. A new champion will be crowned at the end of today’s final, which will see St. Cyprian’s Boys’ and Charles F... more
 Corporate and Financial Consultant Dr. Grenville Phillips as he spoke at yesterday’s roundtable discussions.
  Sanctions and enforcement are critical for any procurement or internal audit regime to truly be effective.   Pointing to the Auditor General’s reports over the past years, Corporate and Financial Consultant Dr. Grenville Phillips described... more

Olympic medalist Carl Lewis (left) and Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, Stephen Lashley (centre) with Scholarship winners Kylia Smith, Jalicia Neil, Jade Searles and Kemar Cumberbatch.

  On a bright and sunny day under the well-known Springer Memorial Auditorium, Kycia Smith, Jalicia Neil, Jade Searles and Kemar Cumberbatch were celebrated for their outstanding achievements in acquiring full athletic scholarships.   In the... more

Distinguished President and Treasurer of the Kiwanis Club of Bridgetown, Malcolm Smith, left and Barri Farnum, Manager of BICO’s Mobile Fleet during yesterday’s press conference.

  Organisers of the ‘Each One, Reach One’ initiative hope this year to help twice as many families as they did in 2015.   Distinguished President and Treasurer of the Kiwanis Club of Bridgetown, Malcolm Smith, referred to this target while... more

Acting Superintendent, Neil Branch (left), stated that the RBPF will be giving any threats to mar the Crop Over Festival their full attention. Looking on is Police Public Relations Officer, Acting Superintendent David Welch. INSET: The guns before they were destroyed by RBPF personnel yesterday.

    Yesterday morning the Royal Barbados Police Force (RBPF) conducted its first independent firearm destruction. These weapons were accumulated by the RBPF over a number of years and were handed in voluntarily, found, or were associated with... more
Ethan Taylor is one of the top goal-scorers for Charles F. Broome. Here he pushes forward in the semi-final game against Arthur Smith.
 Corporate and Financial Consultant Dr. Grenville Phillips as he spoke at yesterday’s roundtable discussions.

Olympic medalist Carl Lewis (left) and Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, Stephen Lashley (centre) with Scholarship winners Kylia Smith, Jalicia Neil, Jade Searles and Kemar Cumberbatch.

Distinguished President and Treasurer of the Kiwanis Club of Bridgetown, Malcolm Smith, left and Barri Farnum, Manager of BICO’s Mobile Fleet during yesterday’s press conference.

Acting Superintendent, Neil Branch (left), stated that the RBPF will be giving any threats to mar the Crop Over Festival their full attention. Looking on is Police Public Relations Officer, Acting Superintendent David Welch. INSET: The guns before they were destroyed by RBPF personnel yesterday.

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Cooperatives are pushing for stronger linkages to be forged to protect Barbadian jobs. 

From left ro right: Toastmaster members Lisa Yarde, Area 15 Director; DMT Sherry-Ann Batson, Programme Quality Director and Maureen Reid, Area 14 Director during the Toastmasters installation.

Stop telling members about achieving goals instead ask persons what can we do for you to get you where you need to go. It is only in doing that you will see growth and improvement in members.

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Olympic medalist Carl Lewis (left) and Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, Stephen Lashley (centre) with Scholarship winners Kylia Smith, Jalicia Neil, Jade Searles and Kemar Cumberbatch.

 

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