It is time Barbadians heed the call to eat local, not only to reduce our high food import bill, but for the sake of the health of the nation.
A suggestion has been made that some students may be in need of psychological interventions or psychosocial support as they make their way back to school in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandem
With crime and violence in our country seemingly on the rise, Barbadians need to make a greater effort to become their brother’s keeper and keep a watchful eye out.
TODAY, thousands of children will begin a new normal of school as the new term starts across the island.
In 1994, shortly after Antigua and Barbuda and Cuba established diplomatic relations, Fidel Castro and Antigua and Barbuda’s Prime Minister, Lester Bird, had a memorable conversation in Havana.