Writer and Publisher of ‘Advanced Level Chemistry. For Life: Unit 1’, Valerie Moseley, with her book at the launch held at Barbados Community College Science Auditorium on Thursday.

Some of the invited guests to retired Queen’s College teacher, Valerie Moseley’s book launch chatting about other local authors on display.

Retired Queen’s College teacher launches Chemistry book

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.

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.

Festival set up to advance entrepreneurs in Creative sector

Speaking at the launch of the fourth annual Barbados Visual Media Festival, scheduled to be held from Tuesday, October 24 – Sunday, October 29, 2017.

Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business, Donville Inniss, conversing with Executive Director of the Barbados Employers’ Confederation (BEC), Sheena Mayers-Granville, on the sidelines of the BEC and International Labour Organisation Workshop: ‘Business Continuity and Disaster Management’, held at the Hilton Barbados Resort, yesterday.

Consider employees’ needs after a disaster

Employers must remember that after a disaster their employees are also struggling with personal priorities.

Faculty of Law student with the highest GPA, Janeil Odle, who is visually impaired, being rewarded by Dean of Law, David Berry.

Barbara Pivott receiving her prize from Dean of Faculty of Humanities and Education, Professor Evelyn O’Callaghan.

Michael Belle accepting his award for good work from Pro-Vice Chancellor and Principal, Professor Eudine Barriteau.


Today, the University of the West Indies (UWI) Cave Hill Campus will see its first cohort of students graduating since Government imposed tuition fees from academic year 2014-2015.

President of the Barbados Secondary Teachers' Union (BSTU), Mary Redman (left), joining her members to sing the Union's solidarity song.


THE Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) is shocked at Government’s move to establish a Teaching Service Commission, and is wondering if its arrival may have something to do with the upcoming


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