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Can't force counselling

Former Dean tells senate you can’t compel people who want to seperate to undergo counselling

Move with urgency

Senator urges action to improve housing condition of elderly Barbadians

Too slow for elderly

It has taken too long for successive governments to bring a comprehensive package of measures to help elderly Barbadians.

Sir Roy: Stop elderly discrimination

Trade union boss Senator Sir Roy Trotman is concerned about discrimination in Barbados, including against the island’s senior citizens.

No progress on reverse mortgages

Barbados’ cold response to reverse mortgages has disappointed the Barbados Association of Retired Persons.

No time to wait

AG: Gov’t cannot delay on changes to Family Act

Lashley: Need for overhaul of family support system

Systems and agencies involved in the management of child maintenance issues and matters concerning the family are in urgent need of improvement.

Child support for fathers

Men need child support too!

Opposition caught off guard by changes debate

Government’s decision to debate changes to the Family Law Act in the House of Assembly today caught the Opposition off guard.

De Peiza: Don't be fooled

BLP representatives and others questioning the Police Service Commission’s authority to act are misleading the public.

Consider mediation

Former PSC chairman offers solution to reslove conflict within the police force

A threat to safety

Abrahams: Government cannot afford to stay silent on Dottin issue

Clarke: Stop talking and act

It is time for Government to move from talking about helping the elderly and others and implement the plans they already have.

Minister calls for special health card

Minister of Health John Boyce is pushing for the introduction of a special health card to make it easier for professionals to treat Barbadians when they fall ill.

Hinkson: Change drug policy

Government needs to rethink its policy regarding access to drugs for the elderly, especially those most in need of the help.

Old, but dignified

Gov’t intent on allowing bajans to grow old with diginity

More men to join the force

The Royal Barbados Police Force’s longstanding recruiting difficulties appear to have eased.
Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite reported today that 32 Barbadians, 30 of them male, were expected to complete training at the Regional Police Training Ce

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