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#BTColumn – Sheep and goat bleat – we should not

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by this author are their own and do not represent the official position of the Barbados Today. by Roderick P Harris So, I read in your newspaper madame editor, where Sir Roy Trotman is quoted as stating that Prime Minister Mia Mottley approached the BWU’s independent government senator Toni […] The post #BTColumn – Sheep and goat bleat – we should not appeared first on Barbados Today.

29th, September 2020, g:i PM

#BTColumn – But Caswell Franklyn in a party too!

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by this author are their own and do not represent the official position of the Barbados Today. by Vern Smith Over the past few days, there have been two things that have puzzled me, both relating to union leaders in this country. First I must congratulate Toni Moore on […] The post #BTColumn – But Caswell Franklyn in a party too! appeared first on Barbados Today.

29th, September 2020, g:i PM

#BTColumn – Play is the power tool

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by this author are their own and do not represent the official position of the Barbados Today. I’ve had some riveting conversations this past week. Not just with students attending my school, but extra-lessons students too, whose parents have signed them up for ‘Study Skills’ and our Saturday, ‘Robotics […] The post #BTColumn – Play is the power tool appeared first on Barbados Today.

29th, September 2020, g:i PM

#BTColumn – Is there Moore to all the fuss?

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by this author are their own and do not represent the official position of the Barbados Today. by Michael Rudder As I sit to write I glance to my right and I see pictures of my father, my aunt and my daughter hanging on the wall. Those pictures represent […] The post #BTColumn – Is there Moore to all the fuss? appeared first on Barbados Today.

29th, September 2020, g:i PM

2020 City and Guilds exams to be held at St George Secondary

Parents and guardians of students of St George Secondary School are advised that the school will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday, September 30, and on Thursday, October 1. The closure is to facilitate the holding of the 2020 City and Guilds English and Mathematics Examinations. Only the students who will write the City and Guilds Examinations […] The post 2020 City and Guilds exams to be held at St George Secondary appeared first on Barbados Today.

29th, September 2020, g:i PM

#BTColumn – Public Sector Reform – action needed

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by this author are their own and do not represent the official position of the Barbados Today. by Peter Webster I am disappointed that a “call in” programme moderator in a discussion on Thursday 24th September, 2020, with a caller who complained about the performance of the Judiciary in […] The post #BTColumn – Public Sector Reform – action needed appeared first on Barbados Today.

29th, September 2020, g:i PM

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