The Barbados National Organisation of the Disabled (BARNOD) is pleased with the groundwork that has been covered since the start of their Fully Accessible Barbados (FAB) Project.
Asthma health needs to be taken seriously, so says, Dr. Babatunde Oredein, Senior Registrar, Emergency Medicine, QEH.
GENERAL Manager at the Barbados Water Authority (BWA), Keithroy Halliday, is hopeful that Barbadians will soon come to truly realise not only the importance of valuing water as the precious commodi
PAN AMERICAN Insurance Company is projecting a ten per cent increase in growth this coming year.
“We anticipate a ten per cent growth over last year,” said Country Manager Keith King.
There was no ground gained this weekend as the top two teams faced off when the Barbados Football Association’s Digicel Premier League picked back up.
THE Station Hill Cavaliers still went down to Orange 3 Pinelands despite their starting point guard Jeremy Gill fouling out with five minutes remaining in the battle of last year’s league finalists
Roger Spencer (Sagicor General) back row left and Alison Smith Padmore (BSA President) back row right, together with this year’s trophy winners. [Back row L to R: Roger Spencer (Sagicor General Insurance); Meagan Best; Chemar Burnham; Kemar Lord; Jada Smith-Padmore; Zachary Proverbs-Harris; Jodi Smith-Padmore; Ryan Archer; Amanda Haywood; Khamal Cumberbatch; Darien Benn; Alison Smith-Padmore (BSA President). Front row L to R: Nathan King; Aidan Parris; Alex Stewart; Sumairaa Suleman; Rebekah Nichols; Zishan Motara; Kimani Taitt; Phoebe Gittens; Jordan Greig].
THERE was plenty of exciting squash action on the final day of the Sagicor General Junior National Squash Championships at the Barbados Squash Club, Marine Gardens, on Sunday March 12th, with excel
Of late, the number of reports about serious accidents has been startling.
The Caribbean Youth Environment Network (CYEN) must be commended for the work it has been doing to date, to position youth in the Caribbean to take positive action on issues related to the environm
So we have had a ‘March of Disgust”…What is next?