Top News (5/28/2015)
TOURISM OFFICIALS OPTIMISTIC
Chief Executive Officer of the Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. (BTMI), William Griffith (centre), makes a point while BTMI’s Chairman, Alvin Jemmott (left), and Director of Marketing, BTMI, Robert Chase, listen attentively during yesterday’s press conference at the Hilton hotel.
 
   
sports | (last 7 days)
Rally Barbados: Rubis team treats fans 
On Tuesday fans got the opportunity to get close to the drivers and cars for Rally Barbados which ar...
St. Cyprian’s Boys decimate St. Ambrose
By Michael Phillips St. Cyprian’s Boys’ continued their march on to one of the top spots in Zone ...
Westbury go down in City derby
Westbury Primary dropped their first points for this season in the BICO/National Sports Council Prim...
Sport and Art Competition winners awarded
THE top performers in the Primary Inter-School Sport and Art Competition were honoured yesterday, wh...
Primary schools’ netball continues
THE Pine Hill Dairy Primary Schools’ Netball Competition continued on Monday, with matches being pla...
Premier League race resumes tonight
By Michael Phillips WITH the first round of quarterfinals completed in the Barbados Football Associ...
International eyes on Banks Masters Football Festival
Each year the Banks International Masters Football Festival attracts hundreds of players and support...
 
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