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Dramatic beginnings

Storybooks, comics, and popular children’s movies came to life at the Maria Holder Nursery School as they celebrated Character Day under the theme Developing Literacy Through Creative Teaching Techniques on the school’s Oldbury, St Philip compound on Friday. Students delighted their peers, teachers and parents as they showcased their costumes which ranged from Princess Elsa to Bob The Builder. Two ...

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Dramatic beginnings

Storybooks, comics, and popular children’s movies came to life at the Maria Holder Nursery School as they celebrated Character Day under the theme Developing Literacy Through Creative Teaching Techniques on the school’s Oldbury, St Philip compound on Friday. Students delighted their peers, teachers and parents as they showcased their costumes which ranged from Princess Elsa to Bob The Builder. Two ...

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Mount Gay celebrates 316th anniversary of making rum

Mount Gay has marked its 316th anniversary as the world’s oldest operating rum distillery by showing appreciation to its valuable staff members, clients and customers. The company celebrated in fine style with a series of events including visits to clients and customers at bars and rum shops, a staff appreciation event and a massive product sale for the public. Speaking at ...

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Mount Gay celebrates 316th anniversary of making rum

Mount Gay has marked its 316th anniversary as the world’s oldest operating rum distillery by showing appreciation to its valuable staff members, clients and customers. The company celebrated in fine style with a series of events including visits to clients and customers at bars and rum shops, a staff appreciation event and a massive product sale for the public. Speaking at ...

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Rodent control sensitization on today

The environmental health officers at the Eunice Gibson Polyclinic will host a community sensitization programme on rodent control in Welchman Hall, St Thomas, today, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Free rodent bait will be distributed at the Welchman Hall Supermarket, where officers will share information on rodents and their associated diseases. The officers will also go into the surrounding ...

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Rodent control sensitization on today

The environmental health officers at the Eunice Gibson Polyclinic will host a community sensitization programme on rodent control in Welchman Hall, St Thomas, today, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Free rodent bait will be distributed at the Welchman Hall Supermarket, where officers will share information on rodents and their associated diseases. The officers will also go into the surrounding ...

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Teen shot dead in Eden Lodge – Barbados Today

Teen shot dead in Eden Lodge  Barbados TodayPolice are investigating the shooting death of a 16-year-old in the Eden Lodge area. Dead is Ashton Renaldo Forde of Green Hill Main Road, St Michael.

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Teen shot dead in Eden Lodge

Police are investigating the shooting death of a 16-year-old in the Eden Lodge area. Dead is Ashton Renaldo Forde of Green Hill Main Road, St Michael. He was shot and killed around 9:35 p.m. yesterday at an area situated between Eden Lodge Main Road and Eden Lodge Boundary Road, St Michael. A Police patrol unit was patrolling the Eden Lodge ...

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Teen shot dead in Eden Lodge

Police are investigating the shooting death of a 16-year-old in the Eden Lodge area. Dead is Ashton Renaldo Forde of Green Hill Main Road, St Michael. He was shot and killed around 9:35 p.m. yesterday at an area situated between Eden Lodge Main Road and Eden Lodge Boundary Road, St Michael. A Police patrol unit was patrolling the Eden Lodge ...

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