PM encourages more human interaction


Prime Minister Mia Mottley wants there to be more intergenerational interactions across Barbados to deal with some of the emerging problems including the growing concern about mental issues among young people. Addressing the 2019 prize-giving and award ceremony at her alma mater Queen’s College in Husbands, St James, Mottley expressed concern that a lot of […]

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‘Engineering genius’ . . . Optimist Club Awards Outstanding Frederick Smith Student

Frederick Smith Secondary School student and budding innovator, 16-year-old Daleron Thomas, was bestowed with the Supreme Innovation and Creativity Award for his inventions by the Pride of Barbados Optimist Club yesterday. He was among a select group of young people comprising, Samara Murrell, Shamelle Rice and Ashley Lashley who received […]