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Toppin: DLP legalising gambling through back door

A “raw decision” to legalise casino gambing in Barbados

Cruise ships only

No room for casino gambling in Barbados, says Tourism Minister

Now not the time for new project

Government’s decision to establish a new $300 million cruise facility at this time is “absurd”.

Sealy: New facility needed

Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy has defended a decision to construct a new cruise facility in Bridgetown.

Bim to benefit from new legislation

Kellman: Barbados will be transformed into a night time cruise destination

Real Speightstown alive

Arthur promises to revitalize the neglected northern parishes

Apology due from Dems for Alexandra

The Democratic Labour Party should apologise to Barbados for the state of affairs at the Alexandra School.

DLP's 'legacy of lies'

A legacy of wutless lies. That is what Barbados Labour Party Senator Kerrie Symmonds says has been left for Barbados by the Democratic Labour Party. Telling a full meeting at the Alma Parris School hall last evening that the passage of time did not mean that Barbadians had forgotten what late Prime Minister David Thompson […]

Gov't to provide more housing for St. James

Nearly 200 lower to middle income housing solutions are coming to the West Terrace Haynesville area. This was disclosed yesterday afternoon by parliamentary representative, Donville Inniss as he addressed a meeting of his branch at Wanstead. He disclosed that heavy duty equipment was already in place to clear the area between West Terrace Gardens and […]

Backing Stuart all the way

Chris Sinckler has Freundel Stuart’s back.

Sinckler: CLICO debate coming

The Opposition Barbados Labour Party will get the debate on the collapse of CLICO, for which they have been clamouring.

Time for some PR

The major problem facing the ruling Democratic Labour Party is not that it has not served the people of Barbados well. It is, said Minister of Health and Parliamentary representative for St. James South, Donville Inniss, that its members have not done a good public relations job to ensure that their achievements are known by […]

Regional Day for Caribbean athletes

Parliamentary representative for St. Michael South East, has suggested that a Regional Day of Recognition for the Caribbean’s athletes be staged. Lashley offered this suggestion earlier today in the House of Assembly while congratulating Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago on their 50th anniversary of independence. The veteran MP, who will be retiring when general elections […]

Money should be spent on youth

While recognising Sunday as the International Day of the Youth, former Barbados Labour Party candidate for the Christ Church East Central constituency in the 2008 general election, Dalton Lovell, argued that the tools should have been given to the youth to make Barbados proud. Lovell presented this argument on Sunday night while addressing a BLP […]

Jamaica and T&T paved the way

Opposition Leader Owen Arthur believes that in some respect Jamaica paved the way for countries like Barbados to be considered for independence. Arthur made this observation earlier today as the House of Assembly congratulated Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago on the 50th anniversary of their independence from Britain in 1962. The St. Peter MP said: […]

Jamaica and T&T paved the way

Opposition Leader Owen Arthur believes that in some respect Jamaica paved the way for countries like Barbados to be considered for independence. Arthur made this observation earlier today as the House of Assembly congratulated Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago on the 50th anniversary of their independence from Britain in 1962. The St. Peter MP said: […]

C'bbean trendsetters

pm congratulates jamaica and trinidad and tobago on their 50th anniversary of independence
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart sees the Caribbean as a great culture sphere that had produced three Noble laureates.
He made the statement today in the Hou

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