Damien Pinder, President of the Barbados Film and Video Association and Rommel Hall, Vice President of the Barbados Film and Video Association accepting sponsorship from Annette Nias, Film Commissioner of the Barbados Cultural Insdustries Development Authority for the Barbados Visual Media Festival.
Speaking at the launch of the fourth annual Barbados Visual Media Festival, scheduled to be held from Tuesday, October 24 – Sunday, October 29, 2017.
One retired Science teacher is putting her past teaching experience into print; as one of the few local authors to not only write but publish her own work.
A Government Minister has expressed concern that the public sector has not given human resource (HR) development the level of prominence that it deserves.
THERE was a steady stream of students heading into the career showcase hosted by the Barbados International Business Association (BIBA) at the University of the West Indies on Wednesday afternoon.
SIX goals were on the menu for St. Michael South this week when the David Thompson Memorial Constituency Councils’ Football Classic saw some games rescheduled from the past weekend.
City United Celtics looked to silence the doubters when they led the first quarter 18-27 against the Pan American International Insurance Warrens Sports Club, but the rest of the half did not go as
IT will be a veteran Barbados Amateur Basketball Association (BABA) League finals when the City United Celtics meet Pan American International Insurance Warrens Sports Club on Thursday for all the
WHEN job opportunities arise in Barbados, we generally see the better ‘face’ of prospective job seekers. In fact, this is usually the case across the world.
Our brothers and sisters in neighbouring Caribbean islands hit by hurricanes Irma and Maria are in the rebuilding stage.
We are well into the rainy season, yet some persons have been asking whether this makes any difference, since the wet and dry seasons all seem to be muddled of late.
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