A Government Minister is asking parents to ensure that they are monitoring their child or ward’s use of technology.
Government has created a Social Justice Committee.
Word of this has come from Colin Jordan, Minister of Labour and Social Partnership Relations.
Investigative journalism continues to be hindered in this country due to its archaic libel and defamation laws.
EX Central Bank of Barbados Governor, Dr. Delisle Worrell, is advising that Government use some of its assets to improve the country’s fiscal position.
Christ Church Foundation School (CCFS) will defend their Barbados Secondary Schools Netball League U19 title when they face St. Michael School in the final.
Last Friday morning saw all four division records broken at the National Sports Council Trevor Straughan Primary Schools Cross Country race.
Grand Slam winner Xavier Malisse took to the court last Thursday at the Barbados Tennis Centre as part of a youth development programme featured in the 2nd edition of the Barbados Cup Junior Tennis
Despite popular perception that the field is overcrowded, this has not served to reduce the number of those aspiring to enter the legal profession.
If praying is talking to God, does God pray when he ‘talks’ to us?
These days in Barbados there is never a dull moment. Our media no longer has to manufacture fake news.
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