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Beach clean-up marks Earth Day

Employees attached to the properties under the Elegant Hotels chain spent their Saturday morning in a beach clean-up exercise which was planned to coincide with Earth Day. The General Manager of Turtle Beach Resort, Adrian Grant, joined the approximately 227 employees in the beach clean–up which started at Brandon’s Beach in St Michael and concluded […]

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Beach clean-up marks Earth Day

Employees attached to the properties under the Elegant Hotels chain spent their Saturday morning in a beach clean-up exercise which was planned to coincide with Earth Day. The General Manager of Turtle Beach Resort, Adrian Grant, joined the approximately 227 employees in the beach clean–up which started at Brandon’s Beach in St Michael and concluded […]

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Beach clean-up marks Earth Day

Employees attached to the properties under the Elegant Hotels chain spent their Saturday morning in a beach clean-up exercise which was planned to coincide with Earth Day. The General Manager of Turtle Beach Resort, Adrian Grant, joined the approximately 227 employees in the beach clean–up which started at Brandon’s Beach in St Michael and concluded […]

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Sharpening skills through competitions

Before we move on to our next topic, I have to clarify some questions that were raised by our readers about culinary competition and its power. Let me start by saying that most, if not all, of the locally-known names in the culinary industry, even up to today, had their genesis in competition. One only […]

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Sharpening skills through competitions

Before we move on to our next topic, I have to clarify some questions that were raised by our readers about culinary competition and its power. Let me start by saying that most, if not all, of the locally-known names in the culinary industry, even up to today, had their genesis in competition. One only […]

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Sharpening skills through competitions

Before we move on to our next topic, I have to clarify some questions that were raised by our readers about culinary competition and its power. Let me start by saying that most, if not all, of the locally-known names in the culinary industry, even up to today, had their genesis in competition. One only […]

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Broken trust

The Central Bank I knew would NEVER dream of misleading ordinary citizens. There was a time in this country when every Barbadian felt a personal bond with the Central Bank of Barbados.  This bond manifested itself through the interaction of the Bank’s Governor with the public and the words of advice often dispensed. When the […]

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Broken trust

The Central Bank I knew would NEVER dream of misleading ordinary citizens. There was a time in this country when every Barbadian felt a personal bond with the Central Bank of Barbados.  This bond manifested itself through the interaction of the Bank’s Governor with the public and the words of advice often dispensed. When the […]

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Broken trust

The Central Bank I knew would NEVER dream of misleading ordinary citizens. There was a time in this country when every Barbadian felt a personal bond with the Central Bank of Barbados.  This bond manifested itself through the interaction of the Bank’s Governor with the public and the words of advice often dispensed. When the […]

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Delia’s experience with autism

As Barbados joins in the observance of Autism Awareness month, one parent has been sharing her experience in dealing with not one, but two children with autism.Dr Delia Samuel, Professor at Century College in Minnesota, USA, has two sons, aged 11 and eight, who are on the autism spectrum. The US Centre for Disease Control […]

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