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Shaqone Toppin (left) receiving his certificate from Toastmaster, Steven Jemmott.

Brittany Yearwood (left) receiving her certificate from Toastmaster Steven Jemmott.

Speechcraft graduands give back

In attempt to show their gratitude and appreciation for the team members who worked with them, the graduates of the first Speechcraft Programme presented tokens of appreciation to their mentors.

Economist Dr. Kevin Greenidge and Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley at the press conference.

GOV’T TO CUT COSTS

As government seeks to cut expenditure, state-owned enterprises (SOEs) may face restructuring, mergers, and job cuts over the next two years.

From left: Manager of the NCSA, Betty Hunte, Chairman, Hadford Howell, Liaison Officer for the Caribbean with the UN ODC, Bo Harris and Minister of Home Affairs, Edmund Hinkson, sharing a light moment after the courtesy call.

Barbados to benefit from UNODC donations

Barbados is set to benefit from forensic equipment, including drug testing devices, through the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).

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