Queen’s College welcomed the Commemorative Broken Trident yesterday.
With a positive forecast for tourism figures going forward, those closely involved in the industry must take special care in ensuring in moving the industry forward.
Teacher at Bay Primary and Facilitator of the Boys’ Week under the theme of ‘Mission Possible’, Kirt Jordan, speaking with the media yesterday after Boys’ Week morning assembly at the school.
STRONG ADVICE! Constable Richard Garrett of the Royal Barbados Police Force (RBPF) chatting with (from left) Javier Hoyte, Elijah Garrett, Tyrese Nash and Joshua Marshall yesterday after Boys’ Week morning assembly at the school. The young boys were advised to step up and do their best not only in school, but in the rest of their lives.
A call is being issued to boys to step up to the plate and make sure that they can hold their own in their school, their respective communities and in this country as a whole.
Barbados has seen a gradual downward trend in the rate of new HIV infections, and a reduction in the number of AIDS-related deaths, but “the fight is not over”.
“DO nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility regard others as better than yourselves. Let each of you look not to your own interests, but to the interests of others.”