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EYES ON THE PRIZE
Students of Wesley Hall Junior School had a once in a life time opportunity to pose with Champion Rally Driver, Kurt Thompson compliments of his sponsor Beacon Insurance Company Ltd.
 
   
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Postal service celebrates with free concert
The public on Tuesday got an opportunity to witness and enjoy performances by the staff and friends ...
BURNETT LAUDS UN Barbados committed to improving its resilience
Permanent Secretary in the Foreign Affairs Ministry Charles Burnett has outlined the island’s commit...
Open Campus funding model the way to go
FACED WITH perennial funding challenges, a suggestion is being made that the funding model of the UW...
Eyes on the prize
“Stay focused on your goals,” this is the advice students from Wesley Hall Junior School received fr...
Cave Hill Campus will press on despite 'tongue-lashing'
Sir Hilary Beckles is concerned that the University of the West Indies Cave Hill Campus received wha...
Platform for older persons in disaster planning
In the Caribbean increasing attention is being given to the vulnerability of older persons in disast...
BCSI seeking to boost global competitiveness in key sectors
A National Services Sector Development Strategy Report commissioned in 2013 by the Barbados Coalitio...
Rotary presents vocational Service Awards
The Rotary Club of Barbados West recently presented its 2014 Vocational Service Awards.  The awar...
Focus on non-traditional services during National Services Week
By Regina Selman Moore The Barbados Coalition of Service Industries (BCSI) will be rolling out it...
UWI funding a long-standing challenge
IT has long been recognised that the funding of the University of the West Indies would not have bee...
Motorcade to promote Strengths of the Community Carnival
The St. Michael Central Constituency Council will hold a motorcade today, Saturday, October 25, as p...
‘SALISES Developmental Talks’ continue
The “SALISES Developmental Talks 2014”, which form part of the Centennial Celebrations marking the b...
UN more than ever
During this time of multiple crises, the United Nations is needed more than ever. This was the as...
 
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