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April 16, 2014 - Sugar strike escalation on pause The Barbados Workers’ Union ( ... +++ April 15, 2014 - Organizations failing to report fraud Some local businesses are too asham ... +++ April 15, 2014 - Spruced up Gap A previously dilapidated boardwalk ... +++ April 15, 2014 - SAFER GAP Amidst concerns about safety of vis ... +++ April 15, 2014 - Chamber: No more taxes The Chamber of Commerce and Industr ... +++ April 15, 2014 - Layoff lesson Teachers in Barbados could soon joi ... +++ April 15, 2014 - Increasing political participation among youth An initiative has been launched to ... +++ April 15, 2014 - Boost for fashion industry This country’s emerging fashion i ... +++ April 15, 2014 - Broomes launches two books Educator Jeff Broomes has added yet ... +++ April 15, 2014 - Young players shine in Barbados Football Cup Pinelands were on top of their game ... +++ webdesign
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Organizations failing to report fraud

Some local businesses are too ashamed and embarrassed to admit how much their organizations are affected by occupational fraud, or to prosecute employees who are stealing from them. As a result, efforts to determine just how widespread occupational fraud is in Barbados have been hampered. And senior lecturer in accounting at the University of the [...]

SAFER GAP

Amidst concerns about safety of visitors in St Lawrence Gap have come promises of increased security for the area considered “the heart of tourism” on…

LIAT troubles

LIAT troubles

More trouble seems to be brewing at regional airline LIAT. Barbados TODAY understands that the company has suspended its director of flight operations Captain George…

Boost for fashion industry

This country’s emerging fashion industry is among a number of sectors that will shortly be getting major assistance from a United Nations’ development agency. The…

Forde blasts BWU on sugar strike

The sugar strike should never have happened, says Opposition MP Cynthia Forde, who has taken issue with the Barbados Workers’ Union calling out workers and…

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Anchoring exchange rate

by Dr DeLisle Worrell   The key to successful economic policy in small very open economies (SVOEs) like…

Standing firm

Authorities in St Lucia say Barbados is yet to lodge a formal complaint, one week after Minister of…

Sugar strike could be headed to Stuart

It is not easy, but there is too much at stake here! These were the sobering words of…

Movie hiring 250 Bajans

Movie hiring 250 Bajans

More than 250 jobs could be created for film-makers in Barbados when the production series Bajan Heat gets…

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