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Staff members of the the National Library Service celebrate the organisation's 172nd anniversary with a church service at Whitepark Wesleyan Holiness Church yesterday.

The National Library is planning to establish a department of oral history soon. This was announced by the Minister of Creative Economy, Culture and Sports, John King yesterday, during a church service at Whitepark Wesleyan Holiness Church to... more
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Minister of International Business and Industry Ronald Toppin.

IF we fail to embrace change, we will miss many transformative opportunities and our nation will not realise growth. This is the view of Minister of International Business and Industry Ronald Toppin, who was speaking at the official start of... more
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The Barbados Tridents along with fans.

Barbadians came out in their numbers on Friday as the 2019 Hero CPL T20 Champions, the Barbados Tridents, took to the streets to celebrate their victory and to say thank you to the fans. The “We de Champions” Motorcade commenced at the iconic... more
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Dr. Debra Joseph (left) as she awarded the Funmilayo Jones Award to Sharna Innocent.

Thirty-three graduates and postgraduates of the Faculty of Social Sciences at The University of the West Indies Cave Hill Campus, were recognised and awarded for their hard work during their academic careers. Speaking during the Faculty of Social... more
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Acting Minister of Education, Technological and Vocational Training, Senator Lucille Moe, as she delivered the feature address at the annual BSTU Grace Thompson Memorial Teacher’s Professional Day event.

THE need to create “safe schools” in Barbados is high on the agenda of the Education Ministry, given a number of societal ills affecting schools and threatening the safety of Barbados’ student population. Acting Minister of Education, Technological... more
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Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Education at The University of the West Indies (UWI) Cave Hill Campus, Professor Frederick Ochieng’-Odhiambo, presenting the Faculty prize to Brittany Gibbons.

ONE university Dean has argued that disciplines in the area of Humanities and Education should not be overlooked. In fact, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Education at The University of the West Indies (UWI) Cave Hill Campus, Professor... more

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Parents should begin preparations for their child to undertake tertiary level studies long before they sit Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) or Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examina

Dylana Alleyne has been named this year’s Trevor Browne Educational Scholarship awardee.

For the past two weeks the play park at St. Silas Primary School has undergone major refurbishment and is now fit for use.

Sports

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The Barbados Tridents along with fans.

Barbadians came out in their numbers on Friday as the 2019 Hero CPL T20 Champions, the Barbados Tridents, took to the streets to celebrate their victory and to say thank you to the fans.

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The 2019 #1 Beauty Supplies and Exchange Women’s League Champions, the Preferred Insurance Brokers Pinelands.

IT may have been a relatively dull season, but the end of the #1 Beauty Supplies and Exchange Women’s competition got hyped with excitement as Preferred Insurance Brokers Pinelands rose yet again t

There were close clashes all weekend except for the Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme when they made their debut in the Capelli Sports Super Cup.

Columns

WE recently received reports that those who are participating in a certain aspect of Government’s Farmers’ Empowerment and Enfranchisement (FEED) Programme, are steps closer to putting their expert

THE announcement that the Barbados Government has reached an agreement with external creditors is good news for the country and a boost to the efforts of the present administration as it goes about

From the last week of July into September I was at my cottage by the sea in Wales. You’ll realise the Columns didn’t stop. There’s a simple reason.

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