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New minister, last warning!
While some children get to enjoy their two week vacation, hundreds of Class 4 students across the country have been heading back to school.
At a time when businesses in Barbados are sending home their employees due to a downturn in the economy, at least one company is expanding and hiring more staff.
American producer sees no validity in regional rum complaints
Crime against visitors are up by almost 50 per cent for the year.
The 400 temporary clerical officers who packed the Horatio Cooke Auditorium today can now rest comfortably tonight.
The head of the Barbados Economics Society is “very surprised” by Central of Barbados information showing the island’s reserves of foreign currency have held firm amid a period of economic decline.
Economist questions whether gov’t’s efforts to correct the economy could ever have worked
Former Senator, Rudy Grant, is expected to be the new Chief Executive Officer of the Barbados Labour Party.
Government is facing a significantly deeper financial hole — at least $400 million more — than contemplated in its 2013-2014 budget approved by Parliament last month.
Gov’t to encourage greater local and foreign investment with new task force created
St. Thomas residents express concerns at town hall meeting following B’s Recycling fire
One of Barbados’ cultural icons was again recognised for his outstanding contribution.
Central Bank Governor modifies statement made yesterday about government’s fiscal strategy
Residents of Deacons Farm awoke this morning to the news that someone they knew had been killed.
Shape up and fly right, or else.
Minister of Commerce and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss, acknowledged that L&N was suffering the effects of the current economic downturn.
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