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Police in Barbados are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a 74 year old woman.
A Barbadian special education teacher is traveling to the United States to participate in the U.S. Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP). Shantel Lynch, a graduate teacher employed by the Barbados Ministry of Education, and will take part in a three-week project on “Education and Activism for Young Women” from January 29 until February 17.
Tessa Williams-Robertson (first from left)
Caribbean countries have made notable progress in making the shift to sustainable energy but more must be done to promote and unlock financing for a clean energy shift in the Region. Representatives from the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) made this point during the Fifth Caribbean Sustainable Energy Forum (CSEF-V) in Nassau, The Bahamas this week.
Thirty five year old Robert Hollingsworth of Belfield, Black Rock St. Michael Barbados, died this afternoon and police are asking W who may have witness this accident to contact the District ‘D’ Police Station at as soon as possible.
Police in Barbados are conducting investigation into a Mass Casualty Accident which occurred sometime around 4:05 pm today along Gibbs Road St. Peter, involving two minibuses.
The Barbados Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) is preparing to launch its 2017 Luncheon and Seminar Programme.
Plans to fill vacant posts are proceeding well at the Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. (BTMI) as two new directors were recently recruited.
Sir Cliff Richard has been recognized for his outstanding service of the Barbadian diaspora to the United Kingdom he was recently presented with the prestigious award at the Cliff Beach Club. An award that was presented to him by Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Hon. Richard Sealy and the British High Commission.
After seven years at the helm of the Barbados Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI), Executive Director Lisa Gale will be leaving the organisation.
The Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs in Barbados say they are aware of the recall of a number of products and want the public to be cautious.