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Loving local

Loving local

Wine made from dunks and guava, That is my culture … Donkey stake out in pasture, That is my culture… (Gabby)

Frolicking in Bim

Frolicking in Bim

While many Barbadians shift focus to things local during the month of November, it is still quite clear that too many fail to recognise and enjoy the beauty of their own country. But not so these tourists, who enjoyed swimming with the friendly reef fish off the West Coast today.

Diabetes symposium

Focussed on improving health care management for diabetic patients An important health care symposium focused on the treatment of diabetics is due to be held in the Hibiscus room at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre on November 9 and 10. The event is being sponsored by the Barbados Diabetes Foundation in conjunction with the National […]

Committed to communities

While the National Initiative on Service Excellence 100 Improvements in 100 Days project ended a few months ago, its benefits continue to be extended through some Scotiabank employees. Staff at the bank’s main Broad Street branch took an unusual approach of extending the initiative by shoring up the HIV/AIDS Food Bank. Support for the AIDS […]

Focus on child health

CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank in association with the Lions Clubs of Barbados will be promoting a healthier Barbadian population through the prevention of obesity and prediabetes amongst school children ages nine to 13 years. This is through a major project to be undertaken by the Lions Clubs next year that will seek to examine the […]

BCC lecture

The Barbados Community College will present its the Distinguished Voices in the Community Lecture on November 9 at 1 p.m. The inaugural lecture, titled ‘Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Creativity’ will be presented by noted Barbadian, Professor Cardinal Warde at the Frank Collymore Hall, Tom Adams Financial Centre, Bridgetown. This lecture embodies the mission statement of the […]

Observing Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day, also known as Poppy Day, is a memorial day observed in Commonwealth countries to remember the members of armed forces who died in the line of duty. Remembrance Day is observed on November 11 to recall the end of hostilities of World

Ladies under canvas!

by Gail Yearwood

Programme Advisor

Over the Whitsuntide weekend 12 guiders and one young leader along with two trainers, Commissioner for Training Graceanne Crichlow and Programme Advisor, Gale Yearwood, camped out at Pax Hill, Girl Guides Headqu

The right medicine

Over the past four years, the Peoples Empowerment Party has been consistently putting forward a comprehensive six point plan for the resuscitation and development of the Barbadian economy. But, our society – led by the intellectually lazy Democratic

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