Home » Archives by category » Features (Page 135)

UDC welcomes public

entrepreneurs given opportunity to showcase products as part of the commission’s 15th anniversary celebrations

Today the Urban Development Commission threw open its doors on Bridge Street to the public as part of the continued celebration of its 1

Public services challenges

  by Walter Maloney The quality of life in these islands of the Caribbean depends in no small measure on the quality of public services. The Caribbean is a paradoxical tapestry of rich resources, inventive humanity, gross inequalities and persistent levels of poor health and deprivation. Against that backdrop the public services of the future […]

Miss Barbados USA gives to elderly

Miss Barbados USA gives to elderly

Miss Barbados USA, Natasha Sivers is more than just a beautiful woman; she is a beauty with a purpose. Born in the United States, she came to Barbados at the age of four and spent the majority of her life on the island where she attended the Bay Primary and Deighton Griffith Secondary school. Sivers […]

Sickle cell not stopping Neka

Sickle cell not stopping Neka

Exhibition winner’s commitment pays off

Embrace creativity

Embrace creativity

minister todd shares the importance of the arts

Parents have been called on to embrace the creativity of their children and welcome all opportunities for them to learn through the arts.

This advice came over the weekend from acting Minister of Cu

Following in her sister's footsteps

Following in her sister's footsteps

Usually, younger sisters have a tendency of being compared to and being expected to compete with their older siblings.

However, Alicia Alleyne used her sister’s success as an inspiration. The Harrison College student attained four Grade 1 passes in

Following in her sister’s footsteps

Following in her sister’s footsteps

Usually, younger sisters have a tendency of being compared to and being expected to compete with their older siblings.

However, Alicia Alleyne used her sister’s success as an inspiration. The Harrison College student attained four Grade 1 passes in

Promoting our brand

Promoting our brand

Last Saturday evening the Coleridge and Parry community came together at Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the amalgamation of the Coleridge School and Parry School. The gala affair, attended by Governor General Sir Elliott Belgrave and other old scholars who have made a valuable contribution to the island’s development, was […]

Helping future leaders

Unemployment, decision making and lack of inclusion in political spaces are some of the issues facing Barbadian youth. General Manager of Barbados Workers’ Union Cooperative Credit Union Limited, Clyde Sobers, who delivered the feature address at the Barbados Youth Development Council Awards Ceremony on Sunday, said that the United Nations and the BYDC identified those […]