AN INCREASING NUMBER of trained Barbadian chefs are filling key positions in the island’s hotels, cutting down on the necessity to import culinary experts.
WORLD INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Day is tomorrow and Barbados played its part in the observance through an open day activity yesterday.
FASHION DESIGNER Azizi Olufemi, also known as “Passion”, says he is being terrorised by a group of teenagers because of his gay lifestyle.
In the Weekend Buzz: A look back at the Reggae Beach Party.
THE MINISTRY of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation has advised that Combermere School will remain closed next week.
HARRISON COLLEGE is the winner of the 2015 Speak Off competition hosted by the Barbados Association of Office Professionals.
THE FOLLOWING temporary traffic arrangements have been put in place by the Royal Barbados Police Force for Sunday’s Reggae on the Hill show at Farley Hill.