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Prime Minister Freundel Stuart delivered the feature address and later unveiled
the inscription plaque and received the inscription certificate from UNESCO’s Director
General Irina Bokova.
Minister of Family, Culture, Sport and Youth the Honourable Stephen Lashley and Ms.
Bokova made remarks, while Minister of Tourism, Richard Sealy unveiled the signage.
There were performances by Gabby, Rupee, Pinelands Creative Workshop and the Barbados
Landship, the Royal Barbados Police Force Band, the St. Leonard’s Boys’ Choir and
the Regiment Band in Zouave uniform, among others.
Director General of UNESCO Ms. Irina Bokova is presenting the Prime Minister of Barbados
the Hon. Freundel Stuart with the Inscription Certificate declaring Historic Bridgetown
and Its Garrison a World Heritage Site
TOMMY TIPPETTS, a 23 year old, this morning rowed into Port St Charles Harbour,
on the north western coast of Barbados to a small welcome comittee led by his
Father Christopher Tibbetts, his mother Rosalind and his sister Lizzie. The trip
took him 82 days rowing alone across the Atlantic.
Tommy Tippets is the youngest person to row the Atlantic single handed. The trip
took him 82 days
Thursday, March 15, 2012 (Barbados)
Barbados is holding its own, and it intends to successfully weather the lingering
global economic downturn. That is the message Prime Minister Freundel Stuart left
with scores of Barbadians living and working in and around Washington DC during a
town hall meeting last evening. The event was held at the Bishop John T. Walker National
Learning Centre of the Holy Comforter Episcopal Church, which is pastored by West
Indian priest, the Rev. Dr. Kortright Davis
View from the 5th floor of the high rise unit now under construction at Valerie.
Collymore Rock, St Michael