Concern has been raised about the number of men who are homeless in this country.
Minister of Agriculture and Food Security, Indar Weir, is encouraging all schools to get their students involved in the 4-H programme.
When the new school term gets underway, students entering St. George Secondary School for the first time will be entering classrooms with a new look.
There is a call being made for more Barbadians to take advantage of the full ride scholarships being offered by the People’s Republic of China (PRC).
Winner of the BWU’s inaugural Domestic Champion Award Marcia Padmore (centre), with (from left) BWU General Secretary Senator Toni Moore, first runner up Shirlon Jack, second runner up Wendy Trim and BWU President General Linda Brooks during a brief awards ceremony held during the BWU’s 77th Annual General Conference at Solidarity House yesterday morning.
MARCIA Padmore is the winner of the Barbados Workers’ Union’s (BWU) inaugural Domestic Worker Champion Award.