SCORES of Barbadians made their way to the Copacabana Beach Bar on Tuesday night to see and hear proposed plans for the US$175 million Hyatt Ziva all-inclusive resort earmarked for Bay Street in th
Sir Anthony Bryan, Publisher and Chairman of the Board of the Advocate Publishers (2000) Inc. (second from right) greeting Charge D’Affaires Xi Zou (centre), while Director of the Political section and Second Secretary Jin Gao (right), Executive Director, Samantha Smith (second from left) and Director, Sherry-Anne Padmore look on.
Sir Anthony Bryan, Publisher and Chairman of the Board of the Advocate Publishers (2000) Inc., received a courtesy call from representatives of the Chinese Embassy in Barbados, at the newspaper’s F
The Government of Barbados has begun the process of completing a comprehensive review of its existing immigration policies, as the country seeks to promote growth and trade amongst its neighbouring
THE export of construction materials has increased to just under $50 million so far in 2019 and indications are that it can top that amount before year-end.
In front of a cheering crowd, a toned and muscular Asa Inniss earned a tightly contested Mr School Boy Bodybuilding crown while a sparkling Laneekwa Gibson smiled and posed her way to the judges he
Cheered on by spectators, the male athletes from The Alleyne School destroyed the field in two of the three Barbados Secondary Schools’ Athletics Champion-ships (BSSAC) Cross Country (XC) Boys’ 6x1
Over several years there has been talk about whether or not Barbados should change its system of government.
MANY younger Barbadians may have never heard the phrase “Meeting turn” or “Su Su” until recently. The name of the process also varies throughout the region.
Numerous anti-drug messages have been pushed at youth over the years, advising and encouraging them to stay away from the use and abuse of drugs.
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