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  • King Charles III ‘horrified’ by ‘senseless’ Sydney attack
    by Barbados Today on April 13, 2024

    Britain’s King Charles III said Saturday that he and his wife Queen Camilla were “horrified” by “senseless” stabbings at a shopping centre in Sydney that killed six people. Australian police… The post King Charles III ‘horrified’ by ‘senseless’ Sydney attack appeared first on Barbados Today.

  • 6 people and suspect killed in shopping centre stabbing attack in Sydney, Australia
    by Barbados Today on April 13, 2024

    An attacker who fatally knifed six people in a Sydney mall was shot dead by police in the beachside suburb of Bondi on Saturday, police said, as hundreds fled the… The post 6 people and suspect killed in shopping centre stabbing attack in Sydney, Australia appeared first on Barbados Today.

  • All set for Gospel Fest 2024
    by Shamar Blunt on April 13, 2024

    Gospel Fest 2024 has officially been launched with the organisers remaining committed to the cause and message of the region’s premier gospel festival. During a brief media conference at Chefette… The post All set for Gospel Fest 2024 appeared first on Barbados Today.

  • Courses available in Italy for Caribbean solo musicians
    by Barbados Today on April 13, 2024

    The Division of Culture, Prime Minister’s Office, is calling young solo musicians to apply for the programme Transcultura: Integrating Cuba, the Caribbean and the European Union through Culture and Creativity.… The post Courses available in Italy for Caribbean solo musicians appeared first on Barbados Today.

  • Bajans offered scholarships for study in Japan
    by Barbados Today on April 13, 2024

    The Embassy of Japan in Barbados is now accepting applications for the 2025 Japanese Government Scholarship. The selected candidate will receive the scholarship from April 2025 to March 2027 for… The post Bajans offered scholarships for study in Japan appeared first on Barbados Today.