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Convention now in effect
Acting Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism, Richard Sealy (right) presents the Minister’s Prize to young Gershon Shepherd, a student of the Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic (SJPP), who is the Most Outstanding Student in the two-year Maritime Operations programme at that institution.
 
   
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Fire officer: Don’t charge cell phones, laptops on beds
By Marsha Gittens Though it may be commonplace for persons to have their laptop or cell phone on ...
Time to invest in Africa
By Ashlee Cox There has been a call for the Government of Barbados to invest in the continent of ...
Partnership with Psychiatric Hospital started
By Kerri Gooding  The donation made by the Justices of the Peace Association to the Psychiatric H...
Litter worry
The kinds of things that people would throw on the beach continues to amaze persons who participate ...
Polytechnic offering maritime programme
MARITIME from Page 1 the people of Barbados. “We believe that seafaring and shipping, as a whole...
Samsung tablets issued to primary school pupils in the North
By Regina Selman Moore CLASS three pupils, from all four Government primary schools in St. Lucy, no...
No decision made yet
MINISTER of Transport and Works, Michael Lashley, has made it clear that his Ministry has not made a...
Convention now in effect
By Patricia Thangaraj The Maritime Labour Convention 2006 is now in effect. This was revealed by...
Watch attitude
Watch your attitude and behaviour when it comes to littering on the beach. This is the advice tha...
More research needed on persons living with dementia
THERE is a lack of formal quantitative and qualitative research on the prevalence and care of person...
Southern parishes shine positively
The youth of the South have positively displayed their talents and proudly represented their parishe...
Call the Fire Service first
– for indiscriminate burning By Marsha Gittens Citizens are being urged not to take matters i...
 
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