23 December 2004
Associate Degrees marked for next year

Associate Degrees marked for next year


Chief Education Officer Susan Dougan says the associate degree programme being offered by CXC may not be feasible here just yet. The chief education ...
Concern raised over movement of students

Concern raised over movement of students


Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has expressed concern that students from campus territories are not moving across the region to study at University...
Professor Harris makes visit to SVG

Professor Harris makes visit to SVG


Professor Nigel Harris, the new vice chancellor University of the West Indies (UWI) has embarked on a regional mission, which is expected to make the ...
Prison opens doors  to public

Prison opens doors to public


Nearly 100 persons spent last week Monday viewing the reality at Her Majesty’s Prisons during “Open Day” as activities marking Prison W...
OOPS!

OOPS!


It would seem that some bad spirit had cast its spell over the road leading out of Kingstown last Friday 17th. {{more}}Midday traffic was seriously sl...
Call for banning pit bull in Barbados

Call for banning pit bull in Barbados


There has been a renewed call for the banning of the popular pit bull dogs after an 11-year-old boy was mauled by one of the animals in Barbados.{{mor...
RRU gets tougher in fight against crime

RRU gets tougher in fight against crime


Over the past few months, police officers especially those in the Rapid Response Unit (RRU) have become more aggressive in their attempts to curb crim...
Kids drink alcohol at Stubbs lighting up

Kids drink alcohol at Stubbs lighting up


The adage “children don't know their danger” seemed evident on the weekend when a group of boys were seen drinking alcohol at the Stubbs â...
Stevedores in for severance pay

Stevedores in for severance pay


Stevedores working for the Geestline may be in for a joyous Christmas this year. That all depends on how soon negotiations for severance payments owed...
Missing vessel found drifting

Missing vessel found drifting


Fifteen persons reported missing on the MV Study Us are said to be safe. The Grenada-registered vessel, which was reported missing after it left here ...