AS schools across the island continue to merge online and in-person education, the Sandals Foundation is helping to ease the transition with the donation of 200 tablets.
A broad-based project to support actions to mitigate climate change and its serious health impacts in Caribbean nations, has been launched.
From left: Kiwanis Club Member, Judy Millington, Head Girl of Wilkie Cumberbatch Primary School, Adanna Belgrave, Kiwanis Club member, Joycelyn Watts-Phillips, Reading Teacher, Tameisha Odle, President of Kiwanis Club of Barbados Central, Alison Taylor, Principal of Wilkie Cumberbatch Primary School, Jennifer Phillips, Head Boy of Wilkie Cumberbatch Primary School, Jonathan Hinds and Kiwanis Club Member, Michelle Giles-Leacock. On Thursday, students of the Wilkie Cumberbatch Primary School received over 50 books from the Kiwanis Club of Barbados Central through its Reading Box Project.
Students of the Wilkie Cumberbatch Primary School got a special gift of books from the Kiwanis Club of Barbados Central yesterday.
Photo from left to right: Behind: Katrina Newton, CEO Standard Distributors, Rachel Pilgrim, Group Marketing Manager ANSA McAL, Dionne Walthrus, Consolidated Finance, Maria Higgins, ANSA Motors. In front: Jacqueline Skeete and Dorothy Cooke-Johnson, Barbados Cancer Society and to the right Deborah Brathwaite and Kara Boyce from Bryden Stokes Ltd.
Employees of ANSA Motors, Bryden Stokes Ltd, Consolidated Finance, and Standard Distributors shopped and wrapped 65 beautiful gifts for children diagnosed with cancer or who had lost a parent to ca
National Primary Schools Athletics Championship (NAPSAC) has been given the green light for 2021 and will be staged from February in a revised format.
THE agility and youth of Khamal Cumberbatch saw him win the Senior National Squash title in straight sets over Mark Sealy over the weekend at the Barbados Squash Club.
At the end of four innings an eight foot statue of the legendary West Indies and Barbados fast bowler The Reverend Sir Wesley Hall stood tall to forever be immortalised next to his friend and teamm
I wish that I could look in a crystal ball and see what 2021 holds, if that was the case I would make a lot more money than I currently do.
Celebrations for this country’s 54 years of Independence culminated with a grand parade on Monday, and two days later Barbadians continue in that celebratory mood as they gear up for the holiday se
Barbadians are being encouraged to support local businesses when making their Christmas purchases for goods and services.
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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