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29 court cases have been identified for dismissal by the High Court

A list of 29 court cases, some as old as 23 years, have been identified for dismissal by the High Court.
Chief Justice Sir Marston Gibson revealed this morning that the information came from the preliminary report of the Backlog Reduction Programme,

BUT head promises fearless representation of teachers

President of the Barbados Union of Teachers, Pedro Shepherd, is doing his job the same way the Minister of Education is doing his.

Gov't dedicated to address gender equality in Barbados

The Government of Barbados remains committed to addressing gender inequality in the island.

Local diocese on mission to ensure clergy equipped to handle domestic violence

The Anglican Church is training its clergy to deal with the scourge of domestic violence.

Concerns about Society's physical condition resulted in early closure

School should be in full session tomorrow at Society Primary after an early end today.

Legal year officially opens with service at St. Mary's Anglican Church

The 2013 to 2014 legal year officially opened this morning with what appeared to be a poorly attended religious service at St. Mary’s Anglican Church in Bridgetown.

A LOT TO SMILE ABOUT

A LOT TO SMILE ABOUT:
Recently appointed Acting Commissioner of Police, Tyrone Griffith, took on a new role today, complete with much pomp and pageantry. He is seen here with Chief Justice Sir Marston Gibson at the start of the legal year this morni

Looking forward to the St. John Polyclinic

While work continues on the St. John Polyclinic, there’s one thing that can be said as far as architecture is concerned

Striving for equality in the workplace

Since its establishment in 1919, the International Labour Organisation has sought to achieve equality between men and women at the workplace.

Wesley Hall Infants School closed until Wednesday

The Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation has advised parents and guardians of students of the Wesley Hall Infants School that the school will be closed until Wednesday, September 11.

St. James North MP reaches out to St. Andrew colleague in effort to end dispute

Barbados Labour Party St. James North MP Edmund Hinkson has thrown out the olive branch to political colleague and St. Andrew MP George Payne.

Fortress Fund initiates major move to safeguard investors as property market sags

A Barbados-based company, which owns prime real estate here and is landlord to some of the island’s leading companies, is moving to save itself and shareholders from millions of dollars in losses.

BUT will decide by Sunday course of action at Alma Parris

but will decide by sunday course of action at alma parris
It will be another 48 hours before the Barbados Union of Teachers decides what it will be doing at the Alma Parris School on Monday.
President Pedro Shepherd told Barbados TODAY that they

There is no reason to be alarmed about lightning strikes!

There is no reason to be alarmed about lightning strikes!

Helping the homeless

Gold Coast Records and The Barbados Vagrants and Homeless Society are teaming up to feed the homeless.

Cop was grossly foolish: His bid for monetary damages dismissed by High Court

A policeman injured while on duty at the residence of former Chief Justice Sir David Simmons eight years ago has had his bid for monetary damages dismissed by the Barbados High Court.

RDC all about assistance

Between January and September this year, the Rural Development Commission spent $4 million to provide housing solutions for Barbadians.