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Psalm 37:28 - "For the Lord loves the just and will not forsake his faithful ones. They will be protected forever"

Celebrating the Life and work of Archbishop Granville Williams Spiritual Leader of The Spiritual Baptist Church

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Sir Richard C Haynes


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Thanksgiving Mass For Pres. Hugo Chaves

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School administrators, parents, students and members of the community are being encouraged to nominate teachers for the 4th annual Royal Fidelity National Distinguished Teachers’ Awards 2014.

Royal Fidelity Merchant Bank & Trust has once again teamed up with the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation to present the awards, started since 2010.

Ten deserving teachers will be adjudged the “best teachers” in the country and will receive a prize of $2,000 from the Bank. The nomination period has officially begun and will close on Monday, June 30.

Teachers from both private and public schools at the nursery, primary, secondary and tertiary levels are eligible for nomination. After being shortlisted, the top teachers will be interviewed by the Blue Ribbon Judging Panel, headed by Principal of Graydon Sealy Secondary School, Matthew Farley.

“This year, in an effort to broaden the reach of the event and improve the overall recognition of the amazing contributions made by teachers, Royal Fidelity has brought on board other locally-based companies to participate in what has become the leading event to recognise the contributions of this island’s teachers,” Royal Fidelity’s Assistant Vice President, Jillian Nunes explained.

Noting that these included R. L. Mark, Chefette Restaurant Ltd. and Flow, she said their association with the competition would make it possible for nominators to have the chance to win vouchers, cash prizes and a grand prize of office equipment for the school submitting the most nominations.

For a teacher to be eligible he/she must be employed as a full-time classroom teacher, with not less than four years’ experience as of January 1, 2014. Nomination forms are available online for both completion and submission and may be accessed at For further information persons may call 434-2673.


Royal Fidelity National Teachers’ Awards

Friday, May 2nd, 2014

The race the World has been waiting for: Lewis Hamilton vs Ken Block

Top Gear Festival Barbados. It’s On

Top Gear Festival

Barbados 17  - 18 May 2014

Sunday 18th May 2014: It’s a race that the world of motorsport was eagerly awaiting, and Top Gear Festival Barbados didn’t let us down. For the first time ever, race ace Lewis Hamilton, took on Gymkhana star Ken Block on the beautiful island of Barbados. The all action head-to-head took place at the new Bushy Park Circuit at Top Gear Festival Barbados, which made history this weekend by hosting the first Caribbean round of the Global Rallycross Championship.

Lewis Hamilton, at the wheel of his MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula One car, took on Ken Block in his Global Rallycross car on the Bushy Park Circuit and rallycross course.

The question on everyone’s lips as the engines started up was: Who will come out on top in a full three-lap race?  Head to head, which is actually faster?  A rally car or an F1 car? The answer may have seemed obvious, but when the race began between two of the best drivers in the world with the rally car on a shorter rally track, it really was anyone’s guess.

The crowd were not disappointed.  It was world-class entertainment from the start, with the two racing superstars going head to head around the track. It was a nail biting finish and in the end there was nothing between the two cars as they crossed the finish line in style, with a sequence of donuts to create the perfect photo finish.

Lewis Hamilton: “I’ve got a huge amount of respect for Ken Block as a driver so I jumped at the chance to go head to head against him in our cars at Top Gear Festival Barbados. Racing Ken is something I’ve wanted to do for a long time, he’s such an exciting driver and is always pushing the boundaries with the cool stunts he does with his car! It was awesome racing against him and I can’t wait to do it again today.”

Ken Block: “"I had a ton of fun racing around with Lewis during the Top Gear Festival Barbados. I never thought I'd find myself racing an F1 car with my Ford Fiesta racecar and I'm super stoked with how it performed—especially off the line! I'm looking forward to getting out there with Lewis again today."

Top Gear Festival Barbados thrilled petrol-heads everywhere today who were treated to the first of two days of high-octane motoring action.  

Hosts Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond, together with guest presenters Eddie Jordan, Lee McKenzie and Tiff Needell, were on hand to dole out a non-stop schedule of motoring antics and visitors witnessed The Stig and key members of the Top Gear Live Stunt Driving Team take to the track in a series of stunts, races and challenges.

The action didn’t stop there and visitors were also treated to 2008 Formula One World Champion Lewis Hamilton demonstrating his skills in the MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula One car, and legendary drivers from Global Rally Cross, including Ken Block, Nelson Piquet Jr and Tanner Foust, compete in the first round of their 2014 season – an historic debut in the Caribbean for GRC.

Pic-O-De-Crop Finals

Monday, June 9th, 2014

Christ Church Carnival

Revelers enjoying the Silver Sands to Wotton Christ Church Carnival, part of the 2014 Crop over celebrations

Crop over Cavalcade

Friday, May 31st.2014

KIOMAL entertaining the huge crowd in Queens park at this years Cropover Cavalcade

Foreday Morning Jump Up

Biggie Irie is the  2014 MQI/98.1 The One SWEET SOCA MONARCH . He won from first runner up

Red Plastic Bag with 432 points for Roller Coaster and Sanctuary second runner up with his Mega Monday scoring 393 points. Biggie Irie amassed 474 points

Blood was  fourth gaining 382 points for his contribution The Certified Feter.

Biggie Irie Wins  Sweet Soca  - Sunday July 27th 2014

The  2014 MQI/98.1 The One PARTY MONARCH competition was won by GORG first-timer with 384 points. GORG sang Meh Rum.

Second place were last years winners with the song Turn around they got 382 points.

Mikey was third with 373 points for No Shame.

Blood secured fourth place with 356 points for his song Road.

GORG takes Party Monarch - Sunday July 27th 2014
 March Against Solid WasteTax -Thursday July 24th 2014

Thousands of Barbadians accepted the invitation of Leader of the Opposition Mia Mottley to march in protest against the Municipal Solid Waste Tax recently introduced by the government.

The march took the route from Parliament Buildings in Bridgetown to Government Headquarters.

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Columbus Communications And The BrightPath Foundation

TechLink Bridgetown, Barbados

2014 Scotiabank Junior Calypso Monarch

Saturday, July 19th, 2014

The 2014 Scotiabank Junior Calypso Monarchs  are Raanan in the eight to twelve category  and Sammy G in the  thirteen to eighteen category.

Second place in the eight to twelve category went to Dynamo while  Black Beauty was third.

Sammy G won from Ah-Dee-Lah and DJ was third.

8 to 12

13 to 18

Barbados welcomed its newest High Court judge today just after 10 a.m.when Madam Justice Michelle Weekes seen taking the Oath of Allegiance and Judicial Oath before Governor General and members of her family and friends at Government House.

Barbados’ Newest High Court Judge

Monday, June 16th, 2014

Sunday, June 15th, 2014

Photo above shows Prime Minister, The Right Honourable Freundel Stuart , Sir Lloyd Erskine Sandiford (centre) and at right the Honourable Owen Seymour Arthur

After a 15 minute walk from Parliament to St.Mary's Church and a two hour long service marking the 375th Anniversary of the Parliament of Barbados, former prime ministers and the current prime minister of Barbados pose for Caribpix photographer David Crichlow.

 375th Anniversary Service

Columbus Business Solutions (CBS)

An Unrivalled Experience

The Azul Restaurant, Sea Breeze Hotel

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014,

Crop Over Bridgetown By Night Heritage Tour under themed from Reclamation to Discovery took a route from Princess Alice Highway to Cavans Lane.

It was a back in time guided tour of the city that was once without doubt the centre of trade of the Eastern Caribbean. Participants got a chance to see the city as it then was.

Crop Over Heritage Tour - Sunday July 20th 2014
Prime Minister At BMEX

Saturday, June 7th, 2014

Prime Minister of Barbados Freundel Stuart looking at a label on a product as Mr Jules Evelyn, Sales Manager of Caribbean Label Crafts Limited explains the  finer points of the label. The Prime Minister spent some time visiting the annual expo where he was able to interact with exhibitors  eager to explain the various characteristics of their products to him.

Mighty Sparrow, calypsonian extraordinaire in concert at the Garfield Sobers Gymnasium

The Mighty Sparrow - May 31st 2014

Saturday, May 17th 2014 & Sunday, May 18th, 2014

Wednesday Apr 30, 2014- Sunday, May 11, 2014

St Lucia Jazz & Arts
Crop Over 2014
Pic-O-De-Crop Finals
Ian Webster - The Monarch Again