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Eden Lodge Primary students Omari Watson (foreground) and Christian Atherley learn all they can from Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss, following their tour of the Corporate Affairs and Intellectual Property Office, to mark World Intellectual Property Day.

Eden Lodge Primary students Omari Watson (foreground) and Christian Atherley learn all they can from Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss, following their tour of the Corporate Affairs and Intellectual Property Office, to mark World Intellectual Property Day.

Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss engages Barbados Community College students at their booth in the car park of the Baobab Tower, as part of activities to mark World Intellectual Property Day.

Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss engages Barbados Community College students at their booth in the car park of the Baobab Tower, as part of activities to mark World Intellectual Property Day.

These primary school students showed an interest in the handbags on display at this booth set up during the CAIPO Open Day.

These primary school students showed an interest in the handbags on display at this booth set up during the CAIPO Open Day.

Students encouraged to respect intellectual property of others

STUDENTS visiting the Corporate Affairs and Intellectual Property Office (CAIPO), as part of the activities to celebrate World Intellectual Property Day yesterday, were reminded that they should ha

Reverend Dr. Lucille Baird.

Reverend Dr. Lucille Baird.

A section of the audience in attendance at the 4th anniversary celebrations of the One Man A Month programme.

A section of the audience in attendance at the 4th anniversary celebrations of the One Man A Month programme.

‘One Man A Month’ a success

THE head of the ‘One Man A Month For The Kingdom’ (OMAM) programme would like to see it expand and develop, to the point where it could be presented to the judiciary as an alternative for juveniles

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Governor General of Barbados, His Excellency Sir Elliott Belgrave, admiring the gift presented to him by the St. Bartholomew’s Primary School. Looking on are Principal of the school, Hyacinth Harris; Deputy Head Boy, Jaden Jones; and Head Girl, Shakyra Boucher.

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Treanna Cummin speaking about the challenges of being a single mother.

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Members of the St. Bart’s Line Dance group performing to the soca track, ‘Spontaneous’.

St. Bartholomew’s Primary praised by Governor General

 

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