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#BTEditorial – Sport. It takes a virus to remind us we need it

The world of Sport has ground to a screeching halt since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) a global pandemic earlier this month. Almost every major sporting league – FIFA, EPL, NBA, NHL, MLB and ATP Tour – has cancelled or suspended activities. Sports fans will not get an opportunity to […] The post #BTEditorial – ...

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#BTEditorial – Sport. It takes a virus to remind us we need it

The world of Sport has ground to a screeching halt since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) a global pandemic earlier this month. Almost every major sporting league – FIFA, EPL, NBA, NHL, MLB and ATP Tour – has cancelled or suspended activities. Sports fans will not get an opportunity to […] The post #BTEditorial – ...

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#BTEditorial – Sport. It takes a virus to remind us we need it

The world of Sport has ground to a screeching halt since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) a global pandemic earlier this month. Almost every major sporting league – FIFA, EPL, NBA, NHL, MLB and ATP Tour – has cancelled or suspended activities. Sports fans will not get an opportunity to […] The post #BTEditorial – ...

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Chef’s life ends at Checker Hall

The frantic efforts of a terrified wife and first responders were not enough to save the life of renowned west coast chef Dean Butler who died under bizarre circumstances while parked on the Checker Hall playing field in St Lucy. According to police, the 44-year-old Brit was discovered lying in his car with wounds on […] The post Chef’s life ...

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Chef’s life ends at Checker Hall

The frantic efforts of a terrified wife and first responders were not enough to save the life of renowned west coast chef Dean Butler who died under bizarre circumstances while parked on the Checker Hall playing field in St Lucy. According to police, the 44-year-old Brit was discovered lying in his car with wounds on […] The post Chef’s life ...

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Chef’s life ends at Checker Hall

The frantic efforts of a terrified wife and first responders were not enough to save the life of renowned west coast chef Dean Butler who died under bizarre circumstances while parked on the Checker Hall playing field in St Lucy. According to police, the 44-year-old Brit was discovered lying in his car with wounds on […] The post Chef’s life ...

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Chef’s life ends at Checker Hall

The frantic efforts of a terrified wife and first responders were not enough to save the life of renowned west coast chef Dean Butler who died under bizarre circumstances while parked on the Checker Hall playing field in St Lucy. According to police, the 44-year-old Brit was discovered lying in his car with wounds on […] The post Chef’s life ...

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Teachers question teaching format when schools reopen

Hours after an early end to the Hilary term, hundreds of teachers are uncertain about when schools will reopen and what format will be used to teach when that time comes. President of the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) Mary Redman explained that as Government maneuvres unchartered territory with the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers are hoping […] The post Teachers question ...

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Teachers question teaching format when schools reopen

Hours after an early end to the Hilary term, hundreds of teachers are uncertain about when schools will reopen and what format will be used to teach when that time comes. President of the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) Mary Redman explained that as Government maneuvres unchartered territory with the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers are hoping […] The post Teachers question ...

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Teachers question teaching format when schools reopen

Hours after an early end to the Hilary term, hundreds of teachers are uncertain about when schools will reopen and what format will be used to teach when that time comes. President of the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) Mary Redman explained that as Government maneuvres unchartered territory with the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers are hoping […] The post Teachers question ...

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