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Region lags global shipping trends

Barbados and the Caribbean appear to be lagging behind most of the world in using the global postal system’s Express Mail Service (EMS) to boost exports through e-commerce and small package deliveries, experts said here today. Express Mail Service (EMS) is the Universal Postal Union’s answer to commercial shippers DHL and FedEx, provided through the Barbados Postal Service. But as ...

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Region lags global shipping trends

Barbados and the Caribbean appear to be lagging behind most of the world in using the global postal system’s Express Mail Service (EMS) to boost exports through e-commerce and small package deliveries, experts said here today. Express Mail Service (EMS) is the Universal Postal Union’s answer to commercial shippers DHL and FedEx, provided through the Barbados Postal Service. But as ...

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Region lags global shipping trends

Barbados and the Caribbean appear to be lagging behind most of the world in using the global postal system’s Express Mail Service (EMS) to boost exports through e-commerce and small package deliveries, experts said here today. Express Mail Service (EMS) is the Universal Postal Union’s answer to commercial shippers DHL and FedEx, provided through the Barbados Postal Service. But as ...

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Early backing for anti-school violence measures

Government’s new plan to tackle the violence in schools appears to be gaining mostly supportive responses, according to an informal Barbados TODAY survey. During a meeting with education figures on Saturday, Prime Minister Mia Mottley announced a series of initiatives that will be introduced to the tackle student-on-student and student-on-teacher violence in the island’s public schools. Social workers are to ...

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Early backing for anti-school violence measures

Government’s new plan to tackle the violence in schools appears to be gaining mostly supportive responses, according to an informal Barbados TODAY survey. During a meeting with education figures on Saturday, Prime Minister Mia Mottley announced a series of initiatives that will be introduced to the tackle student-on-student and student-on-teacher violence in the island’s public schools. Social workers are to ...

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Early backing for anti-school violence measures

Government’s new plan to tackle the violence in schools appears to be gaining mostly supportive responses, according to an informal Barbados TODAY survey. During a meeting with education figures on Saturday, Prime Minister Mia Mottley announced a series of initiatives that will be introduced to the tackle student-on-student and student-on-teacher violence in the island’s public schools. Social workers are to ...

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Early backing for anti-school violence measures

Government’s new plan to tackle the violence in schools appears to be gaining mostly supportive responses, according to an informal Barbados TODAY survey. During a meeting with education figures on Saturday, Prime Minister Mia Mottley announced a series of initiatives that will be introduced to the tackle student-on-student and student-on-teacher violence in the island’s public schools. Social workers are to ...

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Schools kaiso

The Junior Calypso Monarch competition is through the schools, as the contest undergoes major restructuring for Crop Over. For the first time, the competition will be opened to all public, private, primary, secondary and post-secondary institutions. The competing schools have been divided into four zones. The North zone features St Lucy, St Peter, and St Andrew; West zone is St ...

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Schools kaiso

The Junior Calypso Monarch competition is through the schools, as the contest undergoes major restructuring for Crop Over. For the first time, the competition will be opened to all public, private, primary, secondary and post-secondary institutions. The competing schools have been divided into four zones. The North zone features St Lucy, St Peter, and St Andrew; West zone is St ...

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Schools kaiso

The Junior Calypso Monarch competition is through the schools, as the contest undergoes major restructuring for Crop Over. For the first time, the competition will be opened to all public, private, primary, secondary and post-secondary institutions. The competing schools have been divided into four zones. The North zone features St Lucy, St Peter, and St Andrew; West zone is St ...

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