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‘Brightest Christmas’ with Colleen

‘Brightest Christmas’ with Colleen

The Barbados Light & Power Co. has announced the winner of its Brighten Your Christmas, 2015 promotion held in conjunction with The Caribbean LED Lighting Inc.  She is Colleen Hunte of My Lord’s Hill, St Michael. The winner was selected from the top five participants selected by the judges on December 27. Quinzel Mayers won […]

BT marks its sixth birthday

BT marks its sixth birthday

Yesterday we at Barbados TODAY celebrated our sixth birthday as a company. Though still young, we, as is customary, celebrated in a big way and took to the streets with our fans and avid readers. Our first stop was at the Barbados Community College (BCC), the place where it all began for most of the journalists […]

Queen of Black Rock

Queen of Black Rock

Llewellyn Wiltshire is quite a chatty old woman. In fact, she made it clear to Barbados TODAY this morning that she loves to talk and everyone knew it. And did she talk yesterday as Governor General Sir Elliott Belgrave visited her Goddard Road, St Stephen Hill, Black Rock home for her 100th birthday! “I got […]

Medical students show they care

Medical students show they care

Second year medical students at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, hosted a health fair yesterday to show the general public they care about their health and well-being. Yesterday’s health fair targeted students, staff and the public who visited a variety of booths where they were able to have health checks, and […]

Naniki last groove in the rain

Naniki last groove in the rain

Rain could not stop the jamming at Holders House yesterday evening –– the climax of the 2016 Naniki Music Festival. Hundreds packed the well-soaked grounds, braving the heavy showers for hours as they enjoyed the sweet sounds of calypso and soca from the likes of Serenader, Ras Iley and Edwin Yearwood. From early in the […]

What a relief!

What a relief!

For several months last year, the shores along the eastern and southern coasts of Barbados were virtually deserted after a persistent invasion of Sargassum seaweed caused an awful stench as the vegetable matter rotted after coming ashore. It’s a different picture today. The seaweed is gone, the beaches have reverted to their customary white sandy […]

PM showers thanks on repeat visitors

PM showers thanks on repeat visitors

Barbados continues to be the place of choice for repeat visors for various holidays. Last night, Prime Minister Freundel Stuart hosted the first of four receptions for repeat visitors at his official residence Ilaro Court. Stuart offered his gratitude to the visitors for making Barbados their destination of choice. “Thanks to you for the confidence […]

No Diaspora!

No Diaspora!

Prominent historian and Vice-Chancellor of the University of the West Indies Professor Sir Hilary Beckles believes it’s time for a new discourse on Africa, arguing that the language used in the quest for African unity is “outdated” and has lost meaning. And for these reasons, the Barbadian historian has called for an African summit to […]

Fine century

Fine century

Eustace Seymour Layne was overwhelmed and emotional as he celebrated his 100th birthday yesterday in presence of the Governor General Sir Elliott Belgrave. The alert centenarian is the first of four from Parish Land, Christ Church, who are due to reach the coveted milestone this year. Layne was overcome by tears today, as he was surrounded […]

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