The proposed redevelopment of Blue Horizon Hotel is just that – a proposal.
Corey Lane (left), Founder and Ranch Chief of the Nature Fun Ranch speaking to the media. Looking on are (second from left) Chairman of the Barbados Cultural Organisation, Cedric Lynch; Colvin King, Public Relations Officer of the Barbados Cultural Organisation and Janice King, Assistant Public Relations Officer.
A cash donation made to the Nature Fun Ranch is going to benefit three initiatives being undertaken by the charity, including an initiative aimed at reducing the country’s murder rate.
Many residents were not in agreement with the proposed redevelopment; however a few persons noted that should some vital concerns be addressed, they would have no problem with the redevelopment.
THE Barbados Teachers Cooperative Credit Union Limited (BTCCUL) is making it easier for members to borrow in the wake of a slowdown in lending.
THE Burger King Clapham Bulls fought tooth and nail to a finals berth appearance next week in the Co-operators General Insurance Barbados Amateur Basketball Association (BABA) Premier League compet
Jamaica’s Jeffrey Panton has not driven his Ford Focus rally car for the year, but showed the mind is one of the strongest parts of the body as he saved the best for last to capture his fourth cons
Jonathan Jones continues his record breaking ways this year and this time he has erased Barbados’ 34-year old 400m outdoor record and replaced it with a new time of 45.02 secs during the NCAA Wes
International media channels have been showing pictures of a young man and his daughter lying dead in the Rio Grande, the river which separates Mexico from the United States of America.
Speaking at the end of the recent summit of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), Dominica’s Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit, was clear.
Some months ago, I ordered a book, ‘Finding God’s Will for You’ (1998), by (St) Francis de Sales (1567-1622), Bishop of Geneva. He’s a favourite Saint of mine.
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