- Girls headed to Dodds baseby Anesta Henry on September 29, 2022
The three female wards at the Government Industrial School (GIS) in Barrows, St Lucy will be transferred to the Dodds, St Philip location as early as next week. With 95 per cent of the construction work to retrofit the GIS at Dodds to make provisions for the girls completed, interim principal Catherine Jordan said the The post Girls headed to Dodds base appeared first on Barbados Today.
- Fairchild Street Terminal to be renamedby Barbados Today on September 29, 2022
The heavily trafficked Fairchild Street Terminal will soon bear the name of the patriarch and founder of the Spiritual Baptist Faith in Barbados – the late Archbishop Granville Williams. A ceremony to rename the terminal will be held on Saturday, October 1, at Golden Square, the City, starting at 3:00 p.m. The honour is in The post Fairchild Street Terminal to be renamed appeared first on […]
- The right to dieby Emmanuel Joseph on September 29, 2022
Representatives of the medical and Christian community are recommending a national consultation on the merits and demerits of legalising assisted suicide. That consensus emerged on Monday night during another Man Talk discussion series on the topic, Should Euthanasia Be Legalised in Barbados?, organised by the Men’s Ministry of the Cave Hill Wesleyan Holiness Church. Sitting The post The right […]
- #BTEditorial – Spears coming from every directionby Barbados Today on September 29, 2022
The adage that there are only two constants in life – death and taxes, is proving true in this post COVID-19 landscape. Managing a business, a household, or a country is an increasingly difficult task and riddled with a growing number of challenges. At the micro level, many households were forced to tap into their The post #BTEditorial – Spears coming from every direction appeared first on […]
- ‘Loving man’by Barbados Today on September 29, 2022
The brother of deceased Michael Yearwood and the cousin of the man accused of killing Yearwood on Wednesday described him as a loving, caring and friendly man. Peter Yearwood and Daquan Pierre both spoke glowingly of the former tyre repair man when the murder trial of Raheim Ricardo O’Neil Hinds, continued in the No. 5A The post ‘Loving man’ appeared first on Barbados Today.