Many of the issues currently plaguing society come from a lack of proper parenting.
A three-million-dollar project to assist with youth unemployment is on its way.
Apostolic Administrator of Diocese of Bridgetown, the Most Rev. Dr. Charles Jason Gordon (left) greeting the Honourable Mia Amor Mottley, Prime Minister of Barbados.
The passionate message “If you want to be great, serve under God!” was given by Apostolic Administrator of Diocese of Bridgetown, the Most Reverend Dr.
Ursuline Convent students Melissa Elcock (Phoenix Creations); Arielle Brathwaite (A Grow Green) and Aaliyah Brathwaite (AJATAS) donated several books to the Barbados Association of Reading, accepted by Bernella Caines-Hall, Learning Support Teacher.
Taj Gulstone, a student of St. Michael School and representative of the Ocean Pure business represented Kemar Saffrey, President and Founder of the Barbados Vagrants & Homeless Society with a donation towards the work of the organisation.
The young participants in the Barbados Entrepreneurship Foundation (BEF) $20 Challenge have embraced the importance and value of “giving back” to society.
A local government minister has spoken out against a negative social media trend, which sees Barbadians being swift to send photos of persons who have died as a result of gun violence or other trag