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Where our Miami Beach gone?

Where our Miami Beach gone?

It’s one of Barbados’ most popular beaches. However, Miami Beach, Christ Church is now completely overrun by Sargassum seaweed. Today, when our team visited, workmen were busy clearing the area, which has traditionally been a popular recreation spot, especially on weekends. However, today, there were absolutely no recreational swimmers in sight and all indications were […]

Ready, set . . .

Ready, set . . .

This island’s top trade unionists are meeting at this hour at the Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU) headquarters at Solidarity House. The meeting is to make…

Strike not in country’s best interest, says PM

Strike not in country’s best interest, says PM

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has warned the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) against putting the island into “reverse gear” by having a national strike…

St Lucia – Mother seeks justice for son hit by car

CASTRIES – The mother of a 14-year-old male student of the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School wants justice for her son, who was hit by a…

‘Successful’ Summit comes to an end

‘Successful’ Summit comes to an end

Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders ended their annual summit here tonight with the border dispute between South American neighbours, Guyana and Venezuela, and the Dominican Republic’s…

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Inniss won’t let strike be a distraction

Inniss won’t let strike be a distraction

Minister of Industry, Donville Inniss, has sent a strong message to the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW)…

Sir Ron best candidate, says Antiguan PM

Sir Ron best candidate, says Antiguan PM

As Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries await the decision on a regional candidate for the post of Commonwealth Secretary…

Barbados takes Guyana’s side in border dispute with Venezuela

Barbados takes Guyana’s side in border dispute with Venezuela

Guyana’s President David Granger is getting strong backing from CARICOM leaders, including the current chairman, Barbados’ Prime Minister…

Granger wants end to Venezuela conflict

Granger wants end to Venezuela conflict

Guyana’s President David Granger has reiterated calls for the withdrawal of a territorial decree issued by Venezuela’s President…

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