Special coin honours frontline workers – Barbados Today

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A literal glowing tribute for Barbados’ essential workers was unveiled by the island’s leading financial institution.The Central Bank of Barbados has presented a limited edition glow-in-the dark circulation coin in honour of Barbadians across all sectors who worked during the national COVID-19 curfew imposed at the end of March.At a virtual launch this evening, Prime Minister Mia Mottley said the coin, which was originally developed for We Gathering brought to a halt by COVID-19, represents the Bajan spirit.
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Diplomat criticises EU for blacklisting Barbados - Barbados Today

Honorary Consul for Belize in Barbados Ambassador John Beale has described the European Union’s (EU) decision to put Barbados on its so-called blacklist this year as “unfair” and nothing but “sheer nonsense”.At the same time, he said Bridgetown should take some of the blame for ending up on the unfavourable […]

Special coin honours frontline workers – Barbados Today

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A literal glowing tribute for Barbados’ essential workers was unveiled by the island’s leading financial institution.The Central Bank of Barbados has presented a limited edition glow-in-the dark circulation coin in honour of Barbadians across all sectors who worked during the national COVID-19 curfew imposed at the end of March.At a virtual launch this evening, Prime Minister Mia Mottley said the coin, which was originally developed for We Gathering brought to a halt by COVID-19, represents the Bajan spirit.
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Diplomat criticises EU for blacklisting Barbados - Barbados Today

Honorary Consul for Belize in Barbados Ambassador John Beale has described the European Union’s (EU) decision to put Barbados on its so-called blacklist this year as “unfair” and nothing but “sheer nonsense”.At the same time, he said Bridgetown should take some of the blame for ending up on the unfavourable […]

Special coin honours frontline workers – Barbados Today

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A literal glowing tribute for Barbados’ essential workers was unveiled by the island’s leading financial institution.The Central Bank of Barbados has presented a limited edition glow-in-the dark circulation coin in honour of Barbadians across all sectors who worked during the national COVID-19 curfew imposed at the end of March.At a virtual launch this evening, Prime Minister Mia Mottley said the coin, which was originally developed for We Gathering brought to a halt by COVID-19, represents the Bajan spirit.
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Diplomat criticises EU for blacklisting Barbados - Barbados Today

Honorary Consul for Belize in Barbados Ambassador John Beale has described the European Union’s (EU) decision to put Barbados on its so-called blacklist this year as “unfair” and nothing but “sheer nonsense”.At the same time, he said Bridgetown should take some of the blame for ending up on the unfavourable […]