Barbados Brings Home COTA Silver

Barbados Brings Home COTA Silver

Revenue Commissioner of the Barbados Revenue Authority, Wayne Forde, presents Alyssa Blades with her prize while staff and students look on. (Photo: BRA) Barbados has placed in the top three of the regional component of the Caribbean Organisation of Tax Administrators...
Youth Engagement Critical To Sustaining Tourism

Youth Engagement Critical To Sustaining Tourism

Engagement with the youth has been identified as a strategic priority to sustain this island’s tourism industry. This is according to Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Barbados Tourism Product Authority (BTPA), Marsha Alleyne, who was speaking at a prize-giving...
Kya Knight Wins FCCA Essay Competition

Kya Knight Wins FCCA Essay Competition

Kya Knight captured the essence of Barbados, and future of this island’s tourism product, in a page-and-a-half, to win the 2018 Florida Caribbean Cruise Association’s (FCCA) Essay Competition. Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Kerrie Symmonds, made this...
Communities Have A Role In Stemming Violence

Communities Have A Role In Stemming Violence

Minister of Youth, Adrian Forde, believes that communities must get back to being ‘our brother’s keepers’ if they are to have a chance at reducing violent behaviour. He made this assertion at an Awards and Prize Giving Ceremony for the winners of the Primary Schools...
Council Extends Essay Competition Deadline

Council Extends Essay Competition Deadline

(Stock Photo) The Barbados Council for the Disabled has extended the submission deadline for the Dorien Pile National Literacy Competition. The deadline for entries is now Sunday, July 31, 2016. Persons with disabilities, their family members, friends and caregivers...

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