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 Top News (11/25/2014)
Policies on target
Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados, Dr. Delisle Worrell.
 
   
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Lowe maintains stance – willing to debate publicly
“THE only call for my resignation that matters is that of the Prime Minister.” So says Minister o...
Drainage systems were overwhelmed, says minister
WHILE many persons have laid the blame on the severe flooding over the weekend squarely on the reduc...
REPAIRS TO BEGIN – on road in South District, St. George
FROM today a crew from the Ministry of Transport and Works is expected to be on the scene at South D...
Science and technology projects will no longer be kept secret
By Regina Selman Moore No longer will the Faculties of Science and Technology and Medicine at the...
Human trafficking is real in the Caribbean
Human trafficking is a real issue in the Caribbean, says Attorney General and Minister of Home Affai...
Canada working with Caribbean to enhance security
The government of Barbados has been lauded for ratifying the United Nations Convention on Transnatio...
Labour Minister gives explanation for delay
As retrenched workers from the National Conservation Commission complain about the length of time it...
NEW STRATEGIES
By Jenique Belgrave Government is currently developing legislation to ensure that this island’s t...
Airports must recognise signs of human trafficking
AIRPORTS have a critical role in putting an end to human trafficking. Chairperson of Crime Stoppe...
 
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