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Let your light shine

Fifty-nine-year-old retired jurist Paula-Mae Weekes was today sworn in...

School chants and more!

The ban on drums remained in place for another year. However, this did...

Open day at BCC

The Barbados Community College (BCC) threw open its doors this week to...

Barbados appoints first Poet Laureate

Literary scholar Esther Phillips has been appointed Barbados’ first...

Latest century-maker full of praise

Barbados has a new centenarian. She is Gertude Hewitt, who was today...

Historical tour

Over 100 special needs students got the opportunity to learn more...

New EU blacklist

The European Union’s list of non-cooperative jurisdictions in...

The pride of St Philip

The ‘Philippines’ gathered in their numbers on Sunday evening at...

Steady recovery in hurricane battered countries 

Six months after two of the most powerful hurricanes recorded over the...

Another noteable first

Justice Janet C. Malone, a native of Barbados, has become the first...

Olga scores a century

Barbados’ newest centenarian Olga Augusta Boyce had plenty to say as...

Long live Chavez!

There was laughter, music, poetry, passionate speeches and many shouts...

Big day

The historic Garrison Savannah was the place to be last Saturday, as...

Final stretch

ST GEORGE’S – Grenada’s two main political parties staged...

Better equipped

Given Government’s limited finances, one of the island’s oldest...

Timely support

China is supporting this island’s disaster preparedness and response...

Stepping it up!

The Chinese Embassy is assisting the Royal Barbados Police Force...

A special plea

While Barbados has made considerable progress in terms of its...

A special pet project

Last weekend at Agrofest, children and students alike were treated to...
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