Last Tuesday, Minister of Education Ronald Jones made statements in the House of Assembly which could be interpreted as suggesting that the Opposition Barbados Labour Party was engaging in conduct that could foment insurrection in the country.
Not so long ago in this space we spoke of the honeymoon period new governments have traditionally been allowed to enjoy as they settle in to do the people’s business.
As Minister of the Environment and Drainage, Dr. Denis Lowe does not have responsibility for any high-profile portfolio.
Across Barbados today there will be a lot of rejoicing. The results of the 2013 Barbados Secondary Schools Entrance Examination are back
In the midst of rather peculiar, and in some instances, quite unwarranted criticism of the Royal Barbados Police Force’s handling of the case involving the late Rasheeda Bascombe
Minister of Culture Stephen Lashley is absolutely correct, and we back him 100 per cent.
It did not require a genius to predict that the 2013 sugar harvest in Barbados would have been the worst ever.
We often spend so much of our time complaining that we pay little attention to doing.
The problem with comfort and human beings is that once it sets in, for too many of us the incentive for further exertion diminishes.