Principal of Alleyne School Julia Beckles speaking to a parent about the school’s Sixth Form programme.

Students considering continued studies at one of the island’s 11 Six Form schools converged at The St. Michael School, yesterday. The second National Sixth Form Fair, hosted by the Barbados Association of Principals of Public Secondary Schools (... more

Deanne Phillips, the youngest member of the Myasthenia Gravis Association of Barbados.

The month of June has been designated as Myasthenia Gravis Awareness Month and as such, the Myasthenia Gravis Association of Barbados is doing its best to raise awareness about the chronic autoimmune neuromuscular disease, which affects some... more

Leader of the Democratic Labour Party (DLP), attorney-at-law Verla De Peiza.

THE Attorney General must go! That’s the contention of the Leader of the Democratic Labour Party (DLP), attorney-at-law Verla De Peiza. In a statement released yesterday, she called for Attorney General Dale Marshall to be fired, questioning his... more

Students and parents of Christ Church Girls' Primary School joined with the Sandals Team in the beach clean-up.

AS PART of activities to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Island Routes Caribbean Adventures, team members from Sandals Barbados participated in a beach clean-up at Silver Sands beach, Christ Church last weekend. The Island Routes team was... more

President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo (second left), inspecting the troops of the Barbados Defence Force (BDF) alongside Prime Minister, the Hon. Mia Amor Mottley (left) and Deputy Commissioner of Police, Erwin Boyce.

President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, arrived in Barbados yesterday on an official one-day visit. The distinguished visitor and his accompanying delegation were welcomed upon arrival just after 10:30 a.m. at... more

Tyrell McCollin (right), winner of the Caribbean Catalyst’s 15th Annual Kregg Nurse Memorial Scholarship Award, with first runner up Nikkolai Clarke-Herbert (left) and presenter of the award Dionna Browne-Findlay, who herself won the award back in 2010.

Caribbean Catalyst Inc. remains committed to celebrating the life of Kregg Nurse and his legacy, to inspire persons with disabilities to pursue their academic and career aspirations. Angela Boyce, Office Assistant at Caribbean Catalyst pointed out... more

News Stories

Principal of Alleyne School Julia Beckles speaking to a parent about the school’s Sixth Form programme.

Students considering continued studies at one of the island’s 11 Six Form schools converged at The St. Michael School, yesterday.

Deanne Phillips, the youngest member of the Myasthenia Gravis Association of Barbados.

The month of June has been designated as Myasthenia Gravis Awareness Month and as such, the Myasthenia Gravis Association of Barbados is doing its best to raise awareness about the chronic autoimmu

THE agricultural sector could benefit tremendously from having a high-ranking police officer assigned to network with its stakeholders.

Business News

David Parks – Managing Director, Caribbean East, Scotiabank assists customer, Roger Thomas as he used one of the newly installed next generation ATMs – Intelligent Deposit Machines (IDMs) at the Warrens branch.

Scotiabank continues to adopt leading edge technology to improve its customer experience, with the introduction of next generation ATMs

Sports

Jamaica’s Jeffrey Panton and Michael Fennell Jr left it for the very last run before they were able to overhaul England’s Rob Swann for victory at Flow King of the Hill yesterday at Stewart’s Hill.

Jamaica’s Jeffrey Panton has not driven his Ford Focus rally car for the year, but showed the mind is one of the strongest parts of the body as he saved the best for last to capture his fourth cons

Jonathan Jones continues his record breaking ways this year and this time he has erased Barbados’ 34-year old 400m outdoor record and replaced it with a new time of 45.02 secs during the NCAA Wes

Two-time defending champions, Weymouth Wales and the many-time winners, Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme will be letting it all hang out today as they will be both looking to draw first bloo

Columns

WHEN in the early 1990s it became apparent that Europe’s preferential regimes for Caribbean bananas and sugar were coming to an end, an impassioned debate began about a transition to other forms of

I suppose we’re all more-or-less familiar with the biblical story of the burning bush recounted in Exodus 3 and 4 – how God (‘I Am’) spoke to Moses from a bush on Mount Horeb which burned but was n

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