Phase Two of Government’s Economic Recovery and Transformation Plan will get under way next month.
THE 2018 edition of the National Conservation Commission’s (NCC) Operation SOS “Save Our Selves” summer programme got off to a big splash yesterday.
Yesterday was the first day of a long, fruitful relationship between Barbados and Latin America.
This as Copa Airlines made its way to Barbados on its inaugural flight.
GOVERNMENT’S announcement to restructure its debt has been described by the Fortress Fund Managers as a bold and a very public first step down a road that, if followed, will be part of a broad refo
From left to right: Floor Member of the Barbados Sports Medicine Association, Dr. Adrian Lorde; Dean of the Faculty of Sport at the University of the West Indies Mona Campus, Dr. Akshai Mansingh; Minister of Creative Economy, Culture and Sports, John King; and President of the Barbados Sports Medicine Association, Dr. Carl Ward, sharing a light moment during Friday’s opening ceremony.
Sportspersons and sports medicine practitioners from Barbados and across the region got an opportunity to share ideas and skills over this weekend as the Barbados Sports Medicine Association is cur
The ladies came out in fine form for the inaugural Queen of the Green competition which saw Sherri “De Shepherd” Shepherd play to the top of the mountain for the coveted first title.
Two, two-time champions will both be seeking a third title next week when the curtain comes down on the 2018 BICO National Sports Council Primary Schools’ Football Competition.
We are in that dreaded time of the year again, the six-month period known as the Atlantic Hurricane Season.
Yesterday this editorial dealt with the issue of gun violence in society, particularly in Barbados, and pointed out some of the ways that this country can work to reduce these types of crimes.
Almost daily, we are bombarded with news reports about gun violence, which either results in a fatality or serious injury to one or more persons.
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