President of the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU), Mary Redman (second left), the Union’s General Secretary Dawn Grosvenor (left), and Second Vice President Donna King (right) looking on as Assistant General Secretary Kirtis Luke shows them a document as they participated in yesterday’s Teachers’ Professional Day activities.
OUTSPOKEN President of the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU), Mary Redman, is reminding teachers that it is their right to join a union and to attend the activities of that organisation.
Minister in the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Investment Marsha Caddle is insistent that doing business in Barbados must become more efficient.
On Thursday night, the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, honoured the excellence and hard work of those outstanding students among the 2018 graduating class.
BARBADOS has been told that there must be greater collaboration among key players in the cruise passenger industry in order for that sector to attain its goals.
Things are starting to take shape at the top of the zones in the Guardian Group Youth Tournament.
Representative of champions Bayley’s (front left) and runners up Reynolds Weekes stand between (Back line; from left) Adrian Donovan, Senior administrator of NSC; West Indies U-19 player Jarion Hoyte, West Indies T20 Captain Carlos Brathwaite, Executive Manager of Guardian General Insurance Limited Nigel Adams; MacDonald Fingall, Chairman of the Board of the National Sports Council and West Indies Youth player, Nicholas Kirton.
Yesterday at the launch of this year’s Guardian Group Herman Griffith Primary School’s Cricket Competition, the sporting discipline showed that all those who had the privilege to play were well on
Surinamese Bodybuilder Wendel Setropawiro etched his name in the pages of history when he stormed the 2018 Darcy Beckles Invitational Classic to sweep both the Open and Invitational titles on Satur
In recent times, a number of local videos have been making the rounds on social media of dash camera footage of accidents.
For several years now there have been a barrage of calls being made by those operating in the public transport sector for an increase in bus fare.
Leader of the Opposition, Bishop Joseph Atherley, last week highlighted the need for legislation to be made more meaningful and potent when it comes to regulating the use of social media.
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