IN another 12 days the 2020 edition of AgroFest will be held at the Queen’s Park. AgroFest is a three-day exhibition which has become a very popular event as the organisers attempt to promote not only the activities and the associated events which... more
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Co-owner of Pizza Bums, Michael Prescod places a pizza in the portable oven for a customer at Browne’s Beach. 

Entrepreneur Rodney Prescod has an incredible story to tell about his recovery from a path of poor health to one of recovery.  He is currently the co-owner of the food business, Pizza Bums which specialises in stone-baked pizza. Yesterday, The... more
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Minister of Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Commerce, Dwight Sutherland during his address.

Entrepreneurs who often found it difficult to attain necessary funds from financial institutions, will soon receive much needed help from Government, as the present administration seeks to reinforce the sector for future investments. This word came... more
Minister of Maritime Affairs and the Blue Economy, Kirk Humphrey says he is concerned about the high cost of some of the eco-friendly food-grade products available on the local market. He made the comments after touring COT Holdings at Newton... more
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Haynesville Youth Group Dancers and Dancin’ Africa performing at the Holetown Monument.

This year’s Holetown Festival is set to be even bigger and better. Yesterday evening’s opening ceremony at the Holetown Monument in St. James featured a stirring display of culture, a taste of things to come over the next seven days. Locals and... more
BARBADIAN Ambassador to Geneva, Chad Blackman wants World Trade Organization (WTO) members to push for a new deal on the aid for trade (AfT) programme. This comes as the body moved closer to finalizing the new AfT work programme for 2020-2021 at a... more

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Minister of Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Commerce, Dwight Sutherland during his address.

Entrepreneurs who often found it difficult to attain necessary funds from financial institutions, will soon receive much needed help from Government, as the present administration seeks to reinforc

Minister of Maritime Affairs and the Blue Economy, Kirk Humphrey says he is concerned about the high cost of some of the eco-friendly food-grade products available on the local market.

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Haynesville Youth Group Dancers and Dancin’ Africa performing at the Holetown Monument.

This year’s Holetown Festival is set to be even bigger and better.

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Co-owner of Pizza Bums, Michael Prescod places a pizza in the portable oven for a customer at Browne’s Beach. 

Entrepreneur Rodney Prescod has an incredible story to tell about his recovery from a path of poor health to one of recovery. 

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The lanky Adriel Brathwaite attempts to pull in a big rebound.

It was a good fight by the Combined Schools Tridents, but in the end the firepower of the reigning Co-operators General Insurance Premier League champs, the Burger King Clapham Bulls, took care of

The goals continue to roll in as the Barbados Football Association’s Coca Cola Premier League gets into high gear at the Wildey Turf.

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Elihu Diaz of the Church Village Spartans finished with a game high 23 points with 4 steals.

It was an exciting Co-operators General Insurance Premier League feature game between the Church Village Spartans and the Barbados Lumber Company Lakers that went down to the very end and as the Sp

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IN another 12 days the 2020 edition of AgroFest will be held at the Queen’s Park.

IF candidates were to get a prize for making the best case for why they are best suited to be Secretary-General of the OAS, María Fernanda Espinosa would have easily walked away with it when the th

WE’VE been reflecting on how, through the Spirit, God communicates with us – but have stressed the overarching power of divine mystery.

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