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    As part of the premiere of the movie The Avengers, HBO Latin America together with Cable Bahamas joined forces to take one lucky winner and three friends or family members to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. The winner, who must be subscribed to the HBO/MAX package with Cable Bahamas, will receive four airline tickets […]

    May 31, 2013Games, TechnologyNo comments
  2. Laying a Strong Foundation: Past Winner of Royal Fidelity’s NDTA – Annette Maynard Watson

    What did winning such an award mean to you? In August 2011, I was pleasantly surprised when I received a call from a representative of Royal Fidelity who informed me that I was one of the ten finalists for an award as ‘A Royal Fidelity-National Distinguished Teacher’. I froze in that moment as I captured […]

    May 31, 2013Education, ReviewNo comments
  3. CPL Announce Franchise Player Assignments and Coaches

    CPL officials announced the country assignments for the 12 franchise players – six West Indian and six international – and named the six head coaches and six assistant coaches at a press briefing in Trinidad, making good on CPL’s promise to keep the public updated on plans for the Caribbean Premier League inaugural tournament and to […]

    May 31, 2013Cricket, EventsNo comments
  4. “The Elimination of Discrimination” by Charles A. Archer

    “We have liberty in order to reform our social system, which is full of inequality, discrimination and other things which conflict with our fundamental rights.” – B.R. Ambedkar This quote by the prolific revolutionary B.R. Ambedkar identifies the problem of discrimination within a society, and notes the solution as freedom. We as free thinking people […]

    May 31, 2013Culture, PoliticalNo comments
  5. Barbarees Gardens man stabbed to Death in Bridgetown

    Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the unnatural death of John Baptiste, 40 years of Barbarees Gardens, St. Michael, which occurred about 12:20 am on Friday 31 May 2013, at Loni’s Bar, Nelson Street, Bridgetown. Police are continuing investigations. David Welch – Insp. Public Relations Officer

    May 31, 2013CrimeNo comments

    Digicel Risings Stars Season 10 is ending its Jamaica-wide search to find the next Rising Star, this Sunday June 2 at the Ranny Williams Centre in Kingston. Over the last 3 weeks, the Digicel Rising Stars judges went from East to West in search of Extraordinary talent. The judges Craigy T, Tanya Stephens and Anthony […]

    May 31, 2013Events, Music1 comment
  7. Nominators win with the Royal Fidelity National Distinguished Teachers’ Awards! Up to $5,000.00 in Cash Prizes!

    Royal Fidelity, in association with the Ministry of Education, Science & Technology launched the 3rd annual Royal Fidelity National Distinguished Teachers’ Awards on April 29th, 2013. This community initiative awards 10 outstanding teachers who are nominated by parents, students and other members of the community. As Royal Fidelity works with RBC Royal Bank, LIME, and Neal & […]

    May 31, 2013EducationNo comments

    On Tuesday 4th June 2013, the same day that the new banknotes go into circulation, Barbadians will get the opportunity to learn more about the notes. The Central Bank of Barbados will be holding two Take Note training sessions for the public in the Frank Collymore Hall of the Tom Adams Financial Centre. The first session […]

    May 31, 2013Business, EducationNo comments
  9. Team AnimeKon is proud to welcome Living Legend – Yale “JL8” Stewart!

    The comic has gained him thousands of followers from across the globe who have noted the comic to be as insightful as it is entertaining. Yale also provides back-up strips in Image Comic’s “The Legend of Luther Strode“.

    May 31, 2013Books, Photo GalleryNo comments

    Detectives in the Southern Division have arrested and charged Shamaine Alexander Hinkson, 18 years of Lower Brighton, St. George for 8 counts of burglary which occurred at the St. Lukes-Brighton Primary School, located at St. Lukes, St. George. Shamaine Hinkson appeared Friday 31 May at the DISTRICT “C” MAGISTRATE’s COURT, and was remanded until 5th […]

    May 31, 2013CrimeNo comments
  11. Dominican Lecturer visits Barbados 30/05/2013 at Walcott-Warner Theatre, Cave Hill

    SUMMER ARTS PROGRAMME STARTS JULY 8TH 2013 REGISTRATION OPEN FORMS & GROUP RATES AVAILABLE! Tel. (246) 417- 4776 Fax (246) 417-8903 Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination University of the West Indies Cave Hill Campus, St. Michael Barbados, BB11000

    May 30, 2013Education, Photo GalleryNo comments
  12. Barbados? You’re invited to savour GR13: Green Reading 13

    Dear Art friend & Word lover! If you’ve received this information before, PLEASE NOTE: the venues have switched. – The reading on Saturday, June 1 is now in Queen’s Park by the bandstand. – The reading on Saturday, June 8 (World Oceans Day) is now on the Boardwalk, Hastings (in that cool spot just behind […]

    May 29, 2013Books, Photo GalleryNo comments
  13. “Walkin’ In My Own Shoes 2013” at Frank Collymore Hall: Sunday 9th June

    “Walkin’ In My Own Shoes” is a Jazz and vocal showcase running for the 2nd year at the Frank Collymore Hall. It’s the brain child of Vocalist & Vocal trainer Kellie Cadogan and is packed with exciting performances, musical drama and original compositions showcasing singers in training (varying levels) to professional singers, musicians and actors. […]

    May 29, 2013Events, MusicNo comments

    As part of its 80th anniversary celebrations the Barbados Museum and Historical Society will be undertaking an 18 month upgrade that will see the installation and use of technology in its exhibits, as it seeks to draw more young people through its doors. CIBC FirstCaribbean will play a major role in the fund raising efforts […]

    May 29, 2013BusinessNo comments
  15. Vanderpool-Wallace: The United States of the Caribbean?

    IN THE MIDDLE of musing about regional cooperation, tourism Ministers and Commissioners were recently invited to imagine a gestalt entity, “the United States of the Caribbean.” They were invited to consider what such an entity would look like. Thomas Sowell has written extensively about the achievements of people from the Caribbean in the United States […]

    May 29, 2013PoliticalNo comments
  16. Montserrat seeks EOI’s for Submarine Fibre Optic Cable Project

    The Government of Montserrat is soliciting Expressions of Interest (EOI’s) for the proposed Montserrat Submarine Fibre Optic Cable Project. According to Denzil West, Director of the Department for Information Technology and eGovernment Services (DITES), the government is considering five different Project Business Models for the development and implementation of the project, and “intends to identify […]

    May 29, 2013TechnologyNo comments
  17. Thwipp! National Library Service’s Graphic Novels collection gets a boost

    A donation of over 100 comic books and graphic novels to the Barbados National Library Service has helped boost that institution’s small but very popular collection of graphic novels. The donation was made possible though two online communities and the efforts of one UWI Cave Hill campus student Rashid Holder. Holder is a member of […]

    May 28, 2013BooksNo comments
  18. Trinis beat Bajans, so much for “Out For Blood?” Round 2 – Southern Caribbean Championship Rugby International

    Trinidad and Tobago kicked off with a strong wind to their backs and immediately put pressure on the Barbados line with strong play from their forwards. With pressure building and from play started from what appeared to be a “knock-on“, Trinidad scored a try in the centre by J Philips after 4 minutes converted by […]

    May 28, 2013RugbyNo comments

    The dominance of Digicel in the telecommunications industry was transferred to the streets over the weekend when Digicel sponsored rally drivers, Neil Armstrong and brothers, Roger and Barry Mayers came out on the top in the Scotiabank King Of the Hill event. In his first full year in the new Suzuki SX4, Armstrong showed why […]

    May 28, 2013Rally, Technology, Video GalleryNo comments
  20. Parlez Vous Francaise? As Popular Barbadian group gear for France, NexCyx Gifts Fans An Eternal Summer with New Single

    Five-member Barbadian band, NexCyx, is readying the release of their newest single, “Eternal Summer.” The upbeat, island-influenced track comes to fans just after the band closed a successful season of Mahalia’s Corner and opened for world-renowned musical act, Air Supply, last week. “We are eager to share this song with our fans in Barbados and […]

    May 28, 2013Music, Video GalleryNo comments

    The newly-appointed Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Cricket Committee, chaired by former Jamaica Prime Minister, PJ Patterson, held its first meeting in Jamaica where key issues were discussed, the CPL plans and progress were presented and decisions were taken pertaining to the inaugural Tournament which starts on 30 July in Barbados. The initial part of the […]

    May 28, 2013Cricket, CultureNo comments
  22. DIGICEL LAUNCH AFFORDABLE ANDROID SMARTPHONE: Introducing the colourful and fully loaded Digicel Smartphone DL600

    Digicel is making the Android experience affordable and accessible to all with the launch of its own affordable smartphone, which is now available at Digicentres across Barbados. Dubbed the Digicel Smartphone DL600, the device features a large 3.5 inch display, the Android Operating System (Jellybean 4.1), a 1Ghz processor and an aesthetically appealing and fresh […]

    May 28, 2013Events, Technology1 comment
  23. Flying In The Face of… Usain Bolt’s commercial partners unveiled as the latest sponsor of the Commonwealth Games

    THE WORLD’S fastest man – Usain Bolt– appears more likely to compete at Glasgow 2014 after Virgin Media were unveiled as the latest sponsor of the Commonwealth Games. They will also be the Presenting Partner of Athletics, which is due to take place at Hampden Park and is expected to be the highlight of Glasgow […]

    May 28, 2013Athletics, TravelNo comments
  24. Santo Domingo’s Central Bank cuts their benchmark interest rate again

    With the Dominican Republic’s economy expanding by only 0.3% in the first quarter of the year, less than expected, their Central Bank has announced it is lowering the benchmark interest rate from 5 to 4.25%. “Production has been below its potential capacity and during the January-March quarter the growth rate was below the average from […]

    May 28, 2013BusinessNo comments
  25. Movie Review: ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ by

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    May 28, 2013Cinema, Culture, Video GalleryNo comments