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Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has welcomed plans by Panama to send students and teachers to Barbados from January next year to study at the Cave Hill Campus, University of the West Indies.

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The Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association BHTA) and the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) are working together to provide hotels, Government officials and stakeholders with best practice information aimed at mitigating the negative effects of high levels of Sargassum seaweed at local beaches.

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The economy of Barbados grew by 1.5 per cent during the first half of the financial year. This was revealed by Governor of the Central Bank, Dr DeLisle Worrell, during a video statement released by the institution.

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Eleven year old Abijah Ijestic Holder-Phillips was yesterday idolized as a child that loved life, people and nature.

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Guyanese law enforcement agents, who have violated human rights, would be barred from pursuing certain American-funded training programmes, according to Charge D’Affaires of the United States (US) embassy Bryan Hunt.

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An Environment Ministry official today said Dominican Republic’s hoteliers have no reason to panic over the seaweed reaching the beaches from the Sargasso Sea, south of Bermuda.

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A cultural presentation by Okolo Tegremantine Dance Theatre at the opening of the Conference (Photo via SKNIS)

A two-day conference hosted by the St. Kitts and Nevis UNESCO National Commission and forming part of the commemoration of the 20th Anniversary of the Establishment of the UNESCO International Scientific Slave Route Project, has reopened the dialogue on the negro legacy, including the matter of reparations for the descendants of the enslaved.

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