STUDENTS URGED TO APPRECIATE TOURISM

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Winner of the first prize in the 2008 Christmas Postcard Competition, Nareesa Lynch of St. Paul’s Primary, receives her award from Minister of Tourism, Richard Sealy.

The future of tourism depends on the level of appreciation shown by our children.

This was the underlying theme of remarks by Minister of Tourism, Richard Sealy, as he addressed the presentation ceremony to award primary school students, who participated in the 2008 Christmas Postcard Competition.

SUNDOWN BEACH WALK OFFERS NEW EXPERIENCE

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Over 200 individuals are expected to experience the new South Coast Board Walk that extends from the Coconut Court Hotel to Accra Beach Hotel, tomorrow, Saturday, January 31.

PM THOMPSON HIGHLIGHTS WAY FORWARD IN ECONOMIC CRISIS

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Prime Minister, David Thompson, (third from left), in discussion with members of the Barbados Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Caution will be taken to ensure that Government’s fiscal policy does not reduce the current level of employment and special attention will be given to protecting the essential social services.  

CARICOM URGED TO JOIN FORCES TO FIGHT GLOBAL CRISIS

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Delegates at the 13th COFAP Meeting listen attentively as Secretary-General of CARICOM, Dr. Edwin Carrington (left), delivers his remarks.

The small economies of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) have virtually no option but to come together to take decisive and collective actions “to address not only their individual challenges but also to create an effective framework for joint economic decision-making”.

NOMINATIONS BEING ACCEPTED FOR PICTORIAL DISPLAY

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Members of the public are invited to nominate Barbadian women who have made significant contributions to nation building to be a part of a National Pictorial Display to celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8.

MORE INT’L BUSINESSES ON THE WAY

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Prime Minister, David Thompson

If things go according to plan, Barbados could be the base for a number of overseas pharmaceutical, biotechnology, wealth management research and development companies. 

DERMATOLOGY SERVICES IN DEMAND

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Minister of Health, Donville Inniss

Dermatology is one of the medical specialties gaining increasing popularity.

This assertion was made yesterday by Minister of Health, Donville Inniss as he addressed the 2nd Anniversary of the Dermatological Institute of Barbados.