Project S.O.F.T (Safeguarding Our Future Today) campers take in the information given during the session on juvenile  delinquency.

 

Project S.O.F.T (Safeguarding Our Future Today) campers take in the information given during the session on juvenile delinquency.
  Consider the consequences of your actions if you do not want to come face-to-face with members of the Royal Barbados Police Force (RBPF) and end up being classified as a juvenile delinquent.   This was the message Sergeant Hallam Jemmott of... more

Commanding Officer of the USS John P Murtha (LPD 26) Captain Kevin J Parker as he highlights the unique features of the massive multi-mission vessel.

  THE brand new, technologically advanced USS John P Murtha (LPD 26) is currently in Barbados as part of its maiden voyage.   Persons travelling along the Spring Garden Highway can look towards the Bridgetown Port and see the massive... more
Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Christopher Sinckler.

Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Christopher Sinckler.

FOR the second time in as many week,s Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Christopher Sinckler, has indicated that the stalled Four Seasons project is set to get off the ground again, and has promised that he will soon update the public on the... more
While on a tour of several schools in various stages of renovation, Ronald Jones, spoke with Principal of the Combermere School, Vere Parris. (BGIS)

While on a tour of several schools in various stages of renovation, Ronald Jones, spoke with Principal of the Combermere School, Vere Parris. (BGIS)

All schools should be ready to reopen at the beginning of the new school year. This was the expectation voiced by Minister of Education, Ronald Jones, who recently spoke to the Barbados Government Information Service, following a day-long tour of... more
  The rights of foreign workers will be protected in this island.   This was the assurance given by Minister of Labour, Senator Dr. Esther Byer-Suckoo, while outlining that a technical committee has established recently to advise on and... more
Some of the participants in Project S.O.F.T 2016, listening attentively during the talk on ‘Adolescent Development & Sexuality’ by Youth Development Officer/ Social Worker with the Barbados Family Planning Association, Keriann Hurley (INSET).

Some of the participants in Project S.O.F.T 2016, listening attentively during the talk on ‘Adolescent Development & Sexuality’ by Youth Development Officer/ Social Worker with the Barbados Family Planning Association, Keriann Hurley (INSET).

Participants in the Project S.O.F.T (Safeguarding Our Future Today) have been cautioned not to get involved in sexual activity until they are in a position to fully manage the responsibilities that come along with engaging in the act. This advice... more
Project S.O.F.T (Safeguarding Our Future Today) campers take in the information given during the session on juvenile  delinquency.

 

Project S.O.F.T (Safeguarding Our Future Today) campers take in the information given during the session on juvenile delinquency.

Commanding Officer of the USS John P Murtha (LPD 26) Captain Kevin J Parker as he highlights the unique features of the massive multi-mission vessel.

Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Christopher Sinckler.

Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Christopher Sinckler.

While on a tour of several schools in various stages of renovation, Ronald Jones, spoke with Principal of the Combermere School, Vere Parris. (BGIS)

While on a tour of several schools in various stages of renovation, Ronald Jones, spoke with Principal of the Combermere School, Vere Parris. (BGIS)

Some of the participants in Project S.O.F.T 2016, listening attentively during the talk on ‘Adolescent Development & Sexuality’ by Youth Development Officer/ Social Worker with the Barbados Family Planning Association, Keriann Hurley (INSET).

Some of the participants in Project S.O.F.T 2016, listening attentively during the talk on ‘Adolescent Development & Sexuality’ by Youth Development Officer/ Social Worker with the Barbados Family Planning Association, Keriann Hurley (INSET).

News Stories

 

Minister of Education, Innovation, Science and Technology, the Hon. Ronald Jones (second from left), officially opens the St. Luke’s Academy, while (from left) Chief Education Officer, Karen Best; Founder of the school, Bjorn Bjerkhamn; and Principal of the school, Angelique Edwards, look on.

 

Chairman of the St. John Constituency Council, Richard Harris.

 

Business News

 

General Manager of Digicel Business, Martin Keogh (centre), greeting the children of the Nightengale Children’s Home while (left to right) Charlie Clemenston, CEO Digicel Play; Joan Crawford, Director of the Child Care Board; Bernard Lewis, Digicel ICT Account Manager; Julia Davis, Child Care Board Officer at Nightengale; and Steven Williams, Corporate Sales Manager – Promotech Inc, look on. 

 

Sports

Three-peat champions, the YMCA Capita Finance Wildcats.

 

Orange 3 Pinelands pose with their BABA Summer Jam third-place medals.

 

The curtain came down on the 2016 edition of the Barbados International Hockey Festival, with new champions being crowned in each of the four categories.

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