Lady of the moment, Professor the Most Honourable Eudine Barriteau (second left) standing by the sign at The Ellerslie School that carries her name. She is joined for the photograph by her son, Cabral Barriteau-Foster (third left), Principal of The Ellerslie School, Lt Col. Errol Brathwaite (left) and Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Technological and Vocational Training, Senator Dr. Romel Springer.
The Ellerslie School’s hall has been named the V. Eudine Barriteau Auditorium.
A significant number of constituents in St. James North who not only live, but worked in the heart of the tourism belt, have been hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
It is up to the Government of Barbados to decide whether or not to reinstate Trevor Prescod, who previously served as Minister of Environment and National Beautification, but who was recently remov
THE new Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Senator Lisa Cummins, was sworn in last Thursday and as she took up the tourism mantle of the island, she explained that new paths must be c
THE rain brought a halt to the final of the Masters Over-40 35-overs-a-side between Sagicor Life UWI and BNOC yesterday at the Foursquare Oval.
Dr. Rudolph Alleyne is the new Head of the Academy of Sport at The University of the West Indies (The UWI) Cave Hill campus.
Five Christ Church Foundation School (CCFS) student-athletes and two coaches met with US Ambassador Linda Taglialatela at the US Embassy before the students depart to study in the United States.
The one upside of the challenges facing the Government of Guyana after a five-month impasse in declaring the result of general elections on March 2, is that the country’s economic growth in 2020 is
This was the exclamation of a middle aged woman as she discussed recent events in this country.
July was a sad month, wasn’t it? We lost three Barbadian mahatmas who each contributed so much, in their different ways, to our island story.
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