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Minister of Energy, Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Kerrie Symmonds, urged participants and entrepreneurs at a recent workshop not to give up on their dreams.

Minister of Energy, Small Business, and Entrepreneurship, Kerrie Symmonds, is calling for a collateral registry in Barbados. The minister mentioned this during his address at the “How To Run A Successful Business” course held at the Lecture Theatre... more
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Andrea Power, Owner and Managing Director of Hatchman’s Premium Cheeses.

THE COVID-19 pandemic has not only changed consumer behaviour in some areas, but it has changed the way some local farmers conduct business with their customers. Andrea Power, Owner and Managing Director of Hatchman’s Premium Cheeses, acknowledged... more
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The Emerald Project, a registered charity committed to working in the St. George community, will be working with residents to help them better take care of their environment. Founder and Director of The Emerald Project, Fay Burke recently indicated... more
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Irene Sandiford-Garner is stepping back from elective politics, and also will not seek re-election for the position of First-Vice President of the Democratic Labour Party (DLP). She made this announcement to members of the media yesterday, on the... more
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President of the Democratic Labour Party (DLP), Verla De Peiza; alongside outgoing General Secretary Guyson Mayers; and outgoing First-Vice President Irene Sandiford-Garner.

Barbadians have not given up on the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) and this is evident with the influx of new members, according to Outgoing General Secretary Guyson Mayers. Addressing the press conference to announce the DLP’s 65th Annual General... more
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From Left: Mrs. Debbie Grimes, Lifelong Learning receiving food and care items from Dr. Marcia Brandon – COESL/BANGO and Rhea Brathwaite, WE WILL.

The Caribbean Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Livelihoods (COESL) and the Women Empowering Women In Lifelong Leadership (WE WILL) partnered with the Barbados Association of Non-Governmental Organizations (BANGO) in early September to assist... more

News Stories

THE United Progressive Party (UPP) candidate for the upcoming by-election in St.

“Our party must reconnect, our community must reconnect and our society must reconnect.”

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Minister of Energy, Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Kerrie Symmonds, urged participants and entrepreneurs at a recent workshop not to give up on their dreams.

Minister of Energy, Small Business, and Entrepreneurship, Kerrie Symmonds, is calling for a collateral registry in Barbados.

Sports

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These Foundation players keeping their eyes on the ball as they prepare to attack.

Foundation United men’s team came from two sets down and showed they had the ability to sustain back-to-back marathon games with a victory this time over Progressive in the Senior Knockout Volleyba

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Scarlett Farmer and Man In Black produced the highest score of the day.

The Congo Road Equestrian Centre was a hive of activity earlier this month when the Barbados Equestrian Association (BEA) hosted its very first dressage competition for 2020.

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Andrea Oughterson from Chargers (foreground) trying to hit over the blocks of the Toners during their game on Sunday.

After a convincing victory last week Chargers suffered a defeat at the hands of Toners on Sunday in the Barbados Volleyball Association’s Senior Knockout tournament.

Columns

A suggestion has been made that some students may be in need of psychological interventions or psychosocial support as they make their way back to school in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandem

With crime and violence in our country seemingly on the rise, Barbadians need to make a greater effort to become their brother’s keeper and keep a watchful eye out.

TODAY, thousands of children will begin a new normal of school as the new term starts across the island.

Obituaries

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Colin “Observer” Reid.

The local entertainment fraternity has once again been plunged into mourning following news of the death of veteran calypsonian Colin “Observer” Reid.

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