“Tax relief on one hand and a tax grab with the other.”
The Budget, as presented by the Prime Minister of Barbados, and Minister of Finance, Mia Amor Mottley, outlines two incentives for Barbadians to invest in developing the country.
There is a common misconception that persons with disabilities are not able to be productive and creative but one senior teaching administrator is emphasising this is simply not the case.
FROM LEFT: Representative of Kite-Surfers Association, Kevin Talma; Principal Race Officer, Peter Burke; President of the Barbados Sailing Association, Gus Reader; Representative R. L Seale, Steve Singh; and Commodore of the Barbados Yacht Club, Dick Stoute, during this week’s media event at the Yacht Club.
From as early as 10 a.m. tomorrow colourful sails can be expected on the horizon when the 2019 Old Brigand Rum Regatta sets sail.
If they intend to deliver on their promise to bring home some hardware from the Windward Islands Football Association Tournament, the Bajan Tridents have their work cut out for them.
The Christ Church Foundation School is showing that they are not just one of the best secondary sports schools but they are up to date with the evolution of sport itself.
There are many mixed messages with regard to the Barbadian economy and how residents are expected to deal with it.
There is much to digest in the recent presentation of 2019 Budgetary proposals and Appropriation Bill by Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley.
The cost of regional transportation has again taken centre stage in recent times, particularly with the challenges that continue to face regional carrier LIAT, and the decision by the CARICOM Heads
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