Dr. Thomas Rogers, Lecturer in Renewable Energy at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus delivering his address.

 

Dr. Thomas Rogers, Lecturer in Renewable Energy at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus delivering his address.
 
  Onshore wind energy is the cheapest source of renewable energy for the foreseeable future.   That is according to Dr. Thomas Rogers, Lecturer in Renewable Energy at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, as he noted that... more
The Business Session of the 11th Biennial Delegates’ Conference of the Congress of Trade Unions and Staff Associations (CTUSAB) was held at Savannah Beach hotel yesterday. From left: CTUSAB General Secretary Dennis de Peiza; President, Cedric Murrell; 1st Vice-President, Pedro Shepherd; and 3rd Vice-President, Grantley Greene.

The Business Session of the 11th Biennial Delegates’ Conference of the Congress of Trade Unions and Staff Associations (CTUSAB) was held at Savannah Beach hotel yesterday. From left: CTUSAB General Secretary Dennis de Peiza; President, Cedric Murrell; 1st Vice-President, Pedro Shepherd; and 3rd Vice-President, Grantley Greene.

  Trade unions in Barbados are being urged to reach out to young workers – the next generation of union members.   According to President of the Congress of Trade Unions and Staff Associations (CTUSAB), Cedric Murrell, the time has come for... more

Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss (third from right) and Christopher Sambrano, Regional Leader, Transaction Advisory Services of EY, cut the ribbon at the official opening of One Welches, while Maria Robinson (left), Country Managing Partner of EY, Barbados; Mark Linehan (second from left), Managing Director of Regus; Connie Smith (second from right), Managing Director of Tricor Group’s Operations in Barbados; and Elizabeth Morgan (right), Country Manager at First Citizens Investment Services (Barbados) Limited, look on.

  One Welches in St. Thomas officially opened on Thursday night, and Minister of Industry, Interna-tional Business, and Commerce and Small Business Develop-ment, Donville Inniss, has tackled any opposition to this investment.   He argued, “As... more

CEO of Cave Shepherd, John Williams, delivering the feature address at CTUSAB’s 11th Biennial Delegates Conference opening ceremony.

  THIS island’s limited resources must be delivered to those with a genuine need, insists Chief Executive Officer of Cave Shepherd, John Williams.   “I believe that when we are allocating resources, we must do so based on needs. We cannot... more
Ignatius Byer and All Saints were two of the Schools involved in yesterday's launch of the National Primary Schools’ Road Tennis Championship.

 

Ignatius Byer and All Saints were two of the Schools involved in yesterday's launch of the National Primary Schools’ Road Tennis Championship.
  Broad Street came alive yesterday as some of the primary schools that will be competing in the 2016 National Primary Schools’ Road Tennis Championship took to the streets for the launch.   With a record number of participants this year, the... more
    President of the Barbados Council for the Disabled, Maria Holder-Small, is more than grateful for the over 200 wheelchairs and mobile devices which had been donated to the institution which she heads, but charged that the process to obtain... more
Dr. Thomas Rogers, Lecturer in Renewable Energy at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus delivering his address.

 

Dr. Thomas Rogers, Lecturer in Renewable Energy at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus delivering his address.
 
The Business Session of the 11th Biennial Delegates’ Conference of the Congress of Trade Unions and Staff Associations (CTUSAB) was held at Savannah Beach hotel yesterday. From left: CTUSAB General Secretary Dennis de Peiza; President, Cedric Murrell; 1st Vice-President, Pedro Shepherd; and 3rd Vice-President, Grantley Greene.

The Business Session of the 11th Biennial Delegates’ Conference of the Congress of Trade Unions and Staff Associations (CTUSAB) was held at Savannah Beach hotel yesterday. From left: CTUSAB General Secretary Dennis de Peiza; President, Cedric Murrell; 1st Vice-President, Pedro Shepherd; and 3rd Vice-President, Grantley Greene.

Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss (third from right) and Christopher Sambrano, Regional Leader, Transaction Advisory Services of EY, cut the ribbon at the official opening of One Welches, while Maria Robinson (left), Country Managing Partner of EY, Barbados; Mark Linehan (second from left), Managing Director of Regus; Connie Smith (second from right), Managing Director of Tricor Group’s Operations in Barbados; and Elizabeth Morgan (right), Country Manager at First Citizens Investment Services (Barbados) Limited, look on.

CEO of Cave Shepherd, John Williams, delivering the feature address at CTUSAB’s 11th Biennial Delegates Conference opening ceremony.

Ignatius Byer and All Saints were two of the Schools involved in yesterday's launch of the National Primary Schools’ Road Tennis Championship.

 

Ignatius Byer and All Saints were two of the Schools involved in yesterday's launch of the National Primary Schools’ Road Tennis Championship.

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The new One Welches complex which was officially opened on Thursday night.

 

CEO of Cave Shepherd, John Williams, delivering the feature address at CTUSAB’s 11th Biennial Delegates Conference opening ceremony.

 

Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss (third from right) and Christopher Sambrano, Regional Leader, Transaction Advisory Services of EY, cut the ribbon at the official opening of One Welches, while Maria Robinson (left), Country Managing Partner of EY, Barbados; Mark Linehan (second from left), Managing Director of Regus; Connie Smith (second from right), Managing Director of Tricor Group’s Operations in Barbados; and Elizabeth Morgan (right), Country Manager at First Citizens Investment Services (Barbados) Limited, look on.

 

Sports

Ignatius Byer and All Saints were two of the Schools involved in yesterday's launch of the National Primary Schools’ Road Tennis Championship.

 

Ignatius Byer and All Saints were two of the Schools involved in yesterday's launch of the National Primary Schools’ Road Tennis Championship.

 

Zander Venezia in action. He advanced to yet another round in the 2016 Vissla ISA World Junior Championships yesterday in Portugal.

 

Zander Venezia in action. He advanced to yet another round in the 2016 Vissla ISA World Junior Championships yesterday in Portugal.
 

 

 (left to right) Christ Church Foundation students Nathan Crawford-Wallis, Shakaila Blackman and Dominique Wood look on in astonishment as Christian Taylor shows off his Olympic Gold medals.

 

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