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Bajans set for Taste contest

Bajans set for Taste contest

Barbados’ culinary team is ready to tantalize the tastebuds of the judges at this year’s Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association’s (CHTA) Taste Of The Caribbean competition that takes place in Miami, United States, from June 11 to 14. And this afternoon, some of the team’s sponsors and members of the media were given a first-hand […]

Gifts and honour to CARIFTA team

Gifts and honour to CARIFTA team

Barbados TODAY’S Touch Outreach Programme continued today with the saluting of the Barbados CARIFTA Games team on their astounding achievements. BT Sales Manager David Wiliams lauded the athletes’ persistence and dedication during the three-day event –– April 4 to 6 –– and encouraged them to continue striving for excellence. Chefette Restaurants’ marketing officer Marquest Clarke-Griffith, […]

UDC cleans up Careenage

UDC cleans up Careenage

In celebration of International Earth Day yesterday, the Urban Development Commission (UDC) embarked on a cleaning up of the Careenage in Bridgetown today. Under the theme It’s Our Turn to Lead, the commission also facilitated 40 students from the Bay Primary School on a tour of some historic sites in The City. Afterwards the students […]

Centenarian Aunt Berths just wants peace . . .

Centenarian Aunt Berths just wants peace . . .

The island’s latest centenarian Albertha Wells is calling for a more peaceful Barbados. The vibrant Gills Gap, Eagle Hall, St Michael resident, who celebrated the milestone today with her nieces, nephews, friends, Urban Development Commission (UDC) officials and other well-wishers, said her desire for the island was that there be “no vexation or quarrelling”. Wells […]

Farmer Bishop rewarded for quality milk

Farmer Bishop rewarded for quality milk

They say a dog is a man’s best friend; but if you ask farmer Barry Bishop, his cows easily take the title. Since becoming a dairy farmer almost five years ago, and operating Bishop’s Farms in East Point, St Philip, he has thrown his all into his livelihood –– and it has paid off. Today, […]

Lashes versus abuse

It is often said if you do the crime you should do the time. But what if the time does not match the crime? Or what if that time does not help to bring about a positive change, serving only to make matters worse? That will be one of the issues participants of the first […]

Jaleah has a precious good time at Disney

Jaleah has a precious good time at Disney

The Precious Touch Foundation is in the business of making ailing children’s dreams come true; and they did just that for 15-year-old Jaleah Hoyte. Jaleah’s dream was to visit Disney World, and she got her –– much to her delight. “I like the characters at Disney World and stuff like that, and always wanted to […]

Critical message of the mural

Critical message of the mural

The vision of artists, environmental concerns of an organization, corporate partnership, and expert craftsmanship of two tilers have resulted in a formerly pale blank wall along Warrens Centenarian Pass roadway springing to life. The 4,500-square-foot environmental wall, with an assortment of 150,000 pieces of colourful earthen tiles, portrays Barbados’ varied and critical environmental features, interspersed […]

CARIFTA Spotlight – Ashley Weekes

CARIFTA Spotlight – Ashley Weekes

Name: Ashley Weekes Medals: 3 gold 3 silver 3 bronze Thirteen-year-old Ashley Weekes believes every child should learn to swim. She began her love affair with the pool at the age of five and now she can hardly stay away. This St. Michael Secondary School student who is also an athlete believes hard work equals […]

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