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 Top News (12/17/2014)
Skills boost
Tutor of the natural products programme, Christiana Moore (left), explains the benefits of one of her products to interested patron Sonia Jones (right), as Community Development Officer Sophia Parris looks on.
 
   
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Cave Shepherd weathering the Christmas times
By Kerri Gooding The Bridgetown branch of Cave Shepherd has positive reports to date for the holi...
CXC urged to continue doing their best
The employees of the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) are being urged to continue to do their be...
Discounts, sales, not conducive to longevity of businesses
Discounts, sales and rollbacks solely cannot be the way of conducting business in order to secure sa...
Clarke: What about agriculture?
OPPOSITION Member of Parliament for St. George North Gline Clarke has expressed concern that the agr...
Economy improving; efforts on target
Minister of Finance, Christopher Sinckler says that the economic situation in Barbados is improving ...
Mottley: A message with no hope
By RuthMoisa Stoute In response to a Ministerial Statement laid in the House of Parliament yester...
No new taxes
Barbadians will not face any new major tax reform measures, at least for the time being. This ass...
ICBL staff donates to the Barbados Cancer Society
THE employees of the Insurance Corporation of Barbados Limited (ICBL) have given generously to the B...
New law coming ... some state entities to be reformed
THE Freundel Stuart-led Administration is set to change the way in which public finances are governe...
Sinckler: Budget to come next April
BARBADIANS will have to wait just a little longer to hear Governmentís Financial Statement and Budge...
Growth anticipated in 2015
THERE are promising prospects for Barbados in the areas of tourism, foreign direct investment and en...
Teams expected to be out in full force for Kiddy Cricket Festival
Over yesterday and today, several of the islandís young and budding cricketers will be doing their b...
 
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