Category: Local News

All not well

Sir Roy determined to find solution to issues affecting Transport Board workers

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Garner Gardens

Perhaps it is a case of a Marshall in the hand is worth a Garner in the bush.

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Horsing around

On a hot sweltering day when most people were making b-lines for the shade of the trees

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Cents for Alzheimer's

The Central Bank has launched an initiative which is designed to assist persons suffering from Alzheimer’s and other dementia.

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Monitoring viral illness

The Ministry of Health this evening reported that it was monitoring a situation at the St. Stephen’s Primary School, where 26 students took ill with a viral illness. The students at the Black Rock, St. Michael school reportedly showed symptoms including vomiting, fever and headaches during the school day. Officers from the Ministry, a release […]

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CCJ holds Myrie ruling

  PORT OF SPAIN – The Caribbean Court of Justice has reserved its decision on the application by the Jamaican Government to join in the Shanique Myrie case. Myrie, a Jamaican, has taken the Barbadian Government to the CCJ on allegations that she was sexually assaulted by an immigration officer at the Grantley Adams International […]

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Looking to Canada

Canada, a longstanding source of major investment for Barbados, is set to open up

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Hearing them out

Fisherfolk will have the chance to air issues before start of season

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All for one

Slashed pay results in transport board drivers’ strike

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High and dry

Fishermen worried about not being ready for fishing season

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Stock shift

The Barbados Stock Exchange is shaking-up the way shares are sold and bought in Barbados

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Calypsonian educates on road marches

Chalkdust, had a rapt audience this morning at the 8th Annual African Diaspora Heritage Trail Conference,

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False indications!

How could he know if he never met him?

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Bus drivers considering union switch

Some of the drivers of the Transport Board who went on strike earlier today had voiced concern over the level of representation being offered by the Barbados Workers’ Union and suggested that they should join en bloc the National Union of Public Workers. However, in response to the suggestion, President of the NUPW, Walter Maloney, […]

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Disaster preparedness

The St. Peter Constituency Council has joined its counterparts in ensuring that Barbadians are equipped with the necessary information to prepare themselves for any disaster which could affect the island.
To this end, the Council will host a seminar

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Turning art into a business

Louise Jordan is an artist who creates beautiful works of art.
But instead of a canvass or paper she uses cotton to craft amazing items of batik and it’s not just scarves or dresses, but lovely home decor items that include wall hangings, table clot

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Reaching out to Alzheimer’s victims

Community groups and the church has been called upon to help

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