More resources for online learning donated


UNICEF Representative for the Eastern Caribbean Dr Aloys Kamuragiye is concerned that thousands of Barbadian children and others across the region have limited access to online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic which resulted in the closure of schools. Speaking during an official presentation of 130 tablets with sim card slots, and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) […]

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Efforts are in motion to spruce up Oistins Bay Garden, with the tenants and the National Conservation Commission (NCC) working together to make the area a world-class attraction. Ralph Thorne, Member of Parliament for Christ Church South, the constituency in which Oistins is located, said he had done some mediation […]