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Adrian Bayley, President of the Bridgetown Port Taxi Co-op Society Limited.

Taxi woes

Coaches operating in the Bridgetown Port are creating quite a bit of competition for taxis there.

Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley with Head of the IMF Mission, Bert Van Selm.

IMF: TARGETS BEING MET

This country continues to make good progress in implementing the Barbados Economic Recovery and Transformation (BERT) Programme, which is supported by the Extended Fund Facility (EFF).

Minister of Information Senator Lucille Moe takes a look at the electronic kiosk where visiting patients will input their personal information for the clinic’s records, while American University of Barbados School of Medicine Campus Dean Dr. Syed Kazmi and other university officials look on.

University opens free community clinic

Persons seeking medical assistance now have another option as the American University of Barbados School of Medicine has opened a free community clinic at its Wildey campus.

Newborn Intensive Care Specialist, Dr. Gillian Birchwood (right) explaining how the incubator works to Camilla Warren of St. Nicholas Abbey and Mark Hassell, Director of Sales and Business Development of Eric Hassell Shipping; while Head of the QEH’s Paediatrics Department, Dr. Angela Jennings (second right) and Registered Nurse with the NICU, Jesecar Gibson, listen on.

New incubator donated to NICU

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) now has a complement of 16 incubators in its Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).

Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley (second from left) makes a point at a Post-Cabinet press briefing at Government Headquarters; while from left, Minister of Tourism and International Transport Kerrie Symmonds, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Jerome Walcott, and Minister of Energy and Water Resources Wilfred Abrahams listen on.

visa-FREE ENTRY

In an effort to increase the number of tourists coming to Barbados and business opportunities, Government has brought to Cabinet the move to remove visa requirements for certain countries.

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