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The idea of Barbados

The idea of Barbados

by Ralph E. Gonsalves   Barbados is an idea which has, over time, become manifest in reality. The idea of Barbados encompasses more than a nation-state or a national community. To be sure, it flows from a national community which has been in ownership, not residence, of an especial or particular landscape and seascape. Still, [...]

‘Motercycle Diaries’ granted World Heritage status

UNESCO recently granted World Heritage status to the revolutionary Ernesto ” Che” Guevara”s manuscripts, otherwise known as the “Motorcycle Diaries “.

What constitutes religion?

“There is no neutral ground in the universe: every square inch, every split second, is claimed by God and counterclaimed by Satan.” – C. S. Lewis

Comments on tourism meeting

On Friday, tourism stakeholders met with members of the police force to discuss several issues including harassment.
Today we bring you edited comments on the issue.

All about money

After reading the article posted in the Barbados TODAY dated September 12, 2013, BITTER SWEET on page three, I have seriously came to the conclusion that the powers to be don’t really have the people’s best interests at heart.

Better strategy needed

The tertiary educational system was free for 50 years and loads of valid points have been made about how the initial implementation of this tuition cost will affect variant classes within Barbados.

We are to blame

Apathy. Lethargy. Attrition. Incompetence. Irresponsibility. Attention-Deficit-Syndrome. No, I’m not speaking of the police.

Where’s the sacrifice?

Instead of government increasing fees at the University of the West Indies, they should probably just withdraw its subvention.

Board’s actions suspicious

Board’s actions suspicious

My letters of August 11 and 19 to the LIAT Board and Chairman respectively were written after LIAT’s worse crisis in its 56-year history had stretched into its third month

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