I so hope that the Barbados Government stands up to Subway and all fast food outlets and does not remove what these people are calling an excess tariff.
This is in response to the article in the Barbados Today dated May14, 2013 on page 3 under the headline Hear Us First.
Your story headlined NCF failure was a very interesting piece with a lot of truth.
Do the majority of people who claim to be involved in culture truly understand what is culture? This includes Andrew Senior, who I met once during his assignment.
In recent times, a number of events varying from immigration incidents to reflective analyses have generated heated and bitter responses from Caribbean people on both sides of the Caribbean Basin.
There is a now growing controversy in the United States after the Justice Department secretly obtained two months of telephone records of reporters and editors for The Associated Press
After reading the Barbados Today dated May 1, 2 and May 3, I am having a very hard time understanding why nothing was done from the first attack that was made on this Mrs Belle’s life
The following was issued by the International Labour Organisation in Geneva, Switzerland last week under the heading Global Employment Trends for Youth 2013:
I am always astounded that when a woman is killed in this country many find it possible to call on or more directly blame women’s organisations for their laxity.