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More due diligence

Commercial banks in Barbados have to answer to more than their shareholders and local regulators and this is placing client accounts under heightened scrutiny and increased due diligence. This was explained by Mark St Hill, Managing Director for Retail, Business and International Banking at CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank when he addressed the first Barbados International […]

Feeding ourselves into oblivion

As far back as 1974 an international commitment was made at a World Food Summit to eradicate food insecurity.  The nexus between a strong agriculture…

Trinidad – Wade Mark must resign

PORT OF SPAIN – House Speaker Wade Mark yesterday had the unpleasant task of approving a no-confidence motion in himself filed by Chaguanas West MP…


President of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), Dave Cameron, is holding his ground on the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) threats…

World – Boko Haram raids more villages in killing spree

KANO –– Boko Haram militants have killed scores of people in raids on dozens of villages in northeast Nigeria’s Adamawa state, forcing thousands to flee…

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St Kitts and Nevis PM rings the election bell

St Kitts and Nevis PM rings the election bell

St Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Dr Denzil Douglas last night announced the much-anticipated date for general elections,…

Column – What then shall be our mirror image?

Last Wednesday, Barbados observed Errol Barrow Day. It was noted by several callers to radio that it seemed…

Column – Only people power can save us!

Virtually the entire Caribbean Community (CARICOM) region is in crisis, and at the heart of the crisis are…

COLUMN – Mastermind of The Joneses

Name: Rommel Hall Age: 35 Education: Queen’s College; Barbados Community College; University of the West Indies, Cave Hill.…

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