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Mia: You don't scare us!

Barbadians and the Opposition Barbados Labour Party will not be threatened into silence.

Symmonds: Too much talk

Much ado about nothing.

Be warned!

Minister Jones warns of a tough response to any act of insurrection

Mobile madness

Education Minister chastises barbadians for posting gruesome photos on social media

Wait your turn, says Paul

There are persons who feel that they were born to be rulers.

New laws needed for better service

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart, though noting that Barbados “has a good trustworthy police force”, wants legislative changes to make the Police Complaints Authority’s work easier.
His hope was that after discussion with the organisation, there would

Plastic shift

Senator: Time for Barbadian shoppers to use own bags at supermarket

Bajans urged to consider their health

Think of your health and the environment.

No permission for B's recycling

B’s recycling “has been operating without permission since the year 2000”.

'Dire' garbage situation

Thousands of Barbadians are currently facing a “dire situation” of inadequate garbage collection.

Plant peril

Former health minister warns that government courting environmental danger

Mounting problem at Mangrove landfill

Barbados is fast running out of landfill space and the increasing amount of waste being taken to the lone such facility at Mangrove Pond in St. Thomas is also a mounting problem.

Nothing solid about waste plan

There is nothing solid about Government’s plans for the management of waste in Barbados.

Not the answer

Leader of the Opposition, Mia Mottley, has charged that Barbados has a crisis on its hands as the current recession deepens.

House pays tribute to Symmonds' mother

A strong resolute woman, an outstanding citizen, a great dignified lady.

Sinckler: Put ideas to paper

Minister of Finance, Chris Sinckler, has challenged the Opposition to put their plans on paper for the reduction of Government expenditure.

Better coming

Boyce: Improved regulation for future recycling projects

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