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Tennis Centre eyeing successive titles

Defending champions Tennis Centre will have the chance to...

Teams to clash in BTA Inter-Club semis’

Defending champions Tennis Centre will host Paragon this weekend...

Sands: Barbados not hosting CARIFTA 53’ a disappointment

President of the North American Central American and Caribbean...

‘Local officiating at high level’

Seasoned CARIFTA track referee Andre Procope believes officiating in...

Cricket legends, fans pay homage

More than 200 people gathered at Kensington Oval yesterday...

Budget good for the disabled community

Minister of People Empowerment and Elder Affairs Kirk Humphrey...

BSSAC titles up for grabs

The title race of the 2024 Dasani Powerade Barbados Secondary School Athletics Championships (BSSAC) is finely poised this year with The St Michael School...

Gaskin makes Carifta team

Triathlete Isis Gaskin has been named in a Barbados 31-member squad for the 51st CARIFTA Games at the Kirani James Stadium in Grenada, March...

Up to accommodation sector to profit from increased airlift

Tourism Minister Ian Gooding-Edghill is encouraging hoteliers to capitalize on the surge in airlift to Barbados. Addressing the House of Assembly during his Ministry's...

Jordan: Success of job programmes depends on youth performance

Minister of Labour Colin Jordan has offered a timely reminder to Barbadians that the success of local employment programmes depends on their ability to...

Welfare offers landlords three months’ rent upfront

The People Empowerment and Elder Affairs will pay three months’ upfront in an attempt to facilitate landlords renting to welfare recipients. Minister of People Empowerment...

Ministry more than charity for vulnerable, says Humphrey

Minister of People Empowerment and Elder Affairs Kirk Humphrey has stressed that his Ministry must see itself as more than just an entity giving...