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From left to right: Parent, Errol Griffith; Artistic Director of Praise Academy of Dance and Principal of the Caribbean School of the Arts, Marcia Weekes and Teacher, Terry Hall.

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From left to right: Tara Parris, Liandra Alleyne and Jianna Fagon who obtained Grade 2 in CAPE Performing Arts Unit 2 (Dance) in addition to Dominique Small and Josh-Dayo Weekes who obtained Grade 2 in CAPE Performing Arts (Cinematic Arts).

Praiseworthy students

Students of the Praise of Academy of Dance have been highly commended for their outstanding performance and for making the Caribbean Examination Council’s (CXC) 2019 CAPE Regional Merit Lists.

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With umbrellas in hand, members of the public waited in line for their turn to board the Barbados Coast Guard vessel.

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Auxiliary Fire Officer, Ashad Crichlow, speaking to Trishane, Tavari and T’Merah Alleyne about the breathing equipment used at sea.

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One of the highlights of the Open Day was the tram rides. While onboard, individuals learnt more about the Port’s daily operations and the equipment used.

Open Day at Bridgetown Port

Barbadians got firsthand knowledge of what occurs at the Bridgetown Port yesterday when they braved heavy rains to attend the Port’s Open Day.

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Member of Parliament for St. Lucy, Peter Phillips, assessing some of the flood damage in his constituency yesterday.

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Parliamentary representative for St. Lucy, Peter Phillips, reassures resident, Cosma King, whose house received some flood damage yesterday.

DRENCHED

FLOODED homes, impassable roads, stalled cars and raging floodwater as far as the eye could see.

From left: Moderator, Stetson Babb; BNOCL Renewable Energy Officer and Advisor to the Minister of the Blue Economy, Mark Hill; and Lecturer in Finance with the University of the West Indies, Jeremy Stephen, listen attentively to a point made by Nanyang Technological University of Singapore lecturer, Paul Teng.

From left: Moderator, Stetson Babb; BNOCL Renewable Energy Officer and Advisor to the Minister of the Blue Economy, Mark Hill; and Lecturer in Finance with the University of the West Indies, Jeremy Stephen, listen attentively to a point made by Nanyang Technological University of Singapore lecturer, Paul Teng.

Barbados must embrace managed migration: Economist

Economist Jeremy Stephen is in agreement with the view that Barbados needs to embrace managed migration in order to go forward.

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