After some 1800 pounds of garbage was picked up on Chacachacare.
A call is now being made for visitors to the nation's beaches to play their part in keeping the spaces clean and to take pride in themselves.
Volunteers who were part of the Planning and Development Ministry's beach cleanup made the call.
A debate is raging over whether or not the man who was lured to the home of a minor by her family has done anything illegal.
Since the story broke on social media on Friday we have been following the discussion and some have said that the mother was wrong to lure the man. Others are saying that although his questions seemed inappropriate the man may not have actually broken the law.
The Ministry of Education is in sensitive discussions with TUTTA and the National Parent Teachers Association about the dress code of teachers.
Speaking at a PNM General Council meeting on Saturday Party Chairman Franklin Khan said teachers have to set a proper example for students who learn from them, starting with their appearance.
Silver to go with Gold, Akeem Stewart won his second medal at the Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro on Friday evening.
West Indies Test cricket captain Jason Holder has given a performance warning by the Chairman of Selectors Courtney Browne, despite being named as captain for the upcoming Test and ODI series against Pakistan.
The Beacon Cycling On The Avenue Series will celebrate its 5th anniversary on the 5th of October 2016 and this year's Series will feature some of the best local and international riders.
The Barbados Senior Men's Hockey Team is in Trinidad and Tobago for a 4-match Test Series against the locals.
In the National Super League Knock Out Competition, Youth Stars pulled the upset on high flying Queen's Park Cricket Club in the first round.
The People's National Movement Women's League has congratulated Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley on his stewardship over the last year.