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Children of the North romp in the South

Children of the North romp in the South

It was a time for fun and frolic when 75 children from schools in the St. Peter and St. James North constituencies travelled south to the King George V Memorial Park Wednesday. The Class Four pupils of Gordon Greenidge Primary and All Saints Primary were guests of St. James North Member of Parliament, Edmund Hinkson […]

Conference a boost for culinary arts

Conference a boost for culinary arts

The 2016 instalment of the Caribbean Junior Culinary Conference, now in its third year, opened yesterday with the event’s mastermind being praised for raising the profile of…

Mourning family gets a hand

Mourning family gets a hand

The family of a 27-year-old woman who apparently died in her sleep last month got some much needed food and toiletries as the Barbados TODAY Touch Team…

Kendal Dairy top in quality

Kendal Dairy top in quality

Business may not be booming like it was about two years ago, but Barbados’ largest dairy farm has kept its quality consistent, earning it the…

Teen Talent celebrates 40

Teen Talent celebrates 40

Veteran Barbadian entertainer Richard Stoute is marking the 40th anniversary of his Teen Talent contest. During a media conference yesterday, Stoute, who has been involved…





Campers tour BT

Campers tour BT

Twenty-three people, including campers and camp counsellors, visited Barbados TODAY yesterday as part of the National Library Service…

Chefette rewards top students

Chefette rewards top students

This year’s top students have been rewarded for their performances in the Common Entrance Exam. Zachary Gill and…

Make Lovell a National Hero!

Make Lovell a National Hero!

It’s time for Pan Africanist and social activist Israel Lovell to be made a National Hero, says General…

Sweet-Eid

Sweet-Eid

At the end of a month-long fast, the Muslim community in Barbados came together Wednesday for a glorious feast.…

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