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Tiffany cakes for the sweet-toothed

Tiffany cakes for the sweet-toothed

Baking has always been her passion. Tiffany Hunte, of Vineyard, St Philip, has started to live her dream, having operated her Visions Of Sugar home-based business for the past five years. She bakes a range of items, including doughnuts, novelty cakes, cookies and cupcakes. In any given month, Hunte prides herself on getting over 100 […]

Lady Springer: anchor and support . . .

Governor General Sir Elliott Belgrave and Lady Belgrave headed a list of dignitaries at the St Mary’s Anglican Church in Lower Broad Street, The City, today to bid farewell to Dorothy Lady Springer, wife of National Hero and former Governor General Sir Hugh Springer. And among the dignitaries were Prime Minister Freundel Stuart, Chief Justice […]

Darcy’s dare!

A veteran of the local LGBT community is sick and tired of the recent gay bashing in Barbados and is advocating an end to it. In recent years, Darcy Dear has publicly supported the fight against attacks on gays. Speaking to Barbados TODAY at his Haggatt Hall, St Michael home yesterday evening, Dear declared that […]

Tiffany’s call could have saved fiancé’s life

Tiffany’s call could have saved fiancé’s life

If Tiffany Hunte could somehow turn back the hands of time, she would have called her boyfriend Sean Jordan on that Friday night of June 5 and advised him against going out. For the grieving Vineyard, St Philip resident, that is now unfortunately an impossibility, as she struggles to come to terms with the reality […]

Little Daniel needs $40,000 miracle

Little Daniel needs $40,000 miracle

Eleven-month-old Daniel Best needs a miracle in six days –– a $40,000 plus one, to be exact. That money will give Daniel the opportunity to have what could very well be described as a life-saving test. “I desperately need help,” says his mum Tanya, as she warmly looks at her smiling toddler. “From the time […]

Muslims and friends mark Eid

Last Saturday, Muslims in Barbados commemorated the breaking of their fast with a grand feast. Non-Muslims and members of the religious faith gathered at Bengal To Barbados author Sabir Nakhuda’s Wanstead, St James home for an afternoon of fun and laughter, after partaking of delectible eats and treats, as they marked Eid. Eid, also called Feast […]

Lessons for young McDowall

Lessons for young McDowall

“I told my members to make sure that no fool was elected on that day, and they did just that. They made sure that I was elected along with my team.” Such was Akanni McDowall’s reflection on the election of a new executive of the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) on April 1, in which […]

‘. . . No dying Bridgetown!’

‘. . . No dying Bridgetown!’

Co-chairpersons of the National Habitat Committee, Jeremy Stephen and Mark Cummins, have dismissed suggestions by critics that this country’s capital Bridgetown is “dying”. Over the past couple of years a number of individuals, including those from the business community, have complained that more life needs to be pumped back into The City in order to […]

Steel bands need more, says ZigE

Coming from “pantastic” Crop Over weekend, many are still talking about some of the great performances, and reminiscing. But one of Barbados’ most renowned pannists, David ZigE Walcott, is concerned about the lack of development within the pan community. ZigE, who performed with his band Mosaic at Pan Pun De Sand last Sunday, told Bajan Vibes that if pan was […]

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