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Bank glitches no cause for fraud worry

Bank glitches no cause for fraud worry

The banking system in Barbados is robust and safe. This assurance came from president of the Barbados Bankers Association, Glyne Harrison, as he responded to queries regarding occasional disruption in service by customers. Last weekend and earlier this week, some customers from at least two commercial banks were unable to access funds from automated teller [...]

More secure

More secure

Barbadians’ deposits in credit unions will now receive guaranteed protection in the event that a credit union fails. That is because the credit union movement…

No need for war

No need for war

There is no need for a trade war between St Lucia and Barbados. That’s the position of Minister of International Business, Commerce and Industry Donville…

$750,000 gap

$750,000 gap

Local cement manufacturer Arawak Cement Company Limited now has to find approximately $750,000 per year to fill a gap left by the removal of subsidy…

Sugar deal on the horizon

There could be some light at the end of the tunnel in the ongoing sugar workers’ strike.  Talks between the Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU) and…

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BCC students top ad competition

BCC students top ad competition

Five art students of the Barbados Community College (BCC) are top winners in this year’s Caribbean Advertising Federation…

Organizations failing to report fraud

Some local businesses are too ashamed and embarrassed to admit how much their organizations are affected by occupational…

SAFER GAP

Amidst concerns about safety of visitors in St Lawrence Gap have come promises of increased security for the…

LIAT troubles

LIAT troubles

More trouble seems to be brewing at regional airline LIAT. Barbados TODAY understands that the company has suspended…

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