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Millions being spent below the belt

Millions being spent below the belt

An average of 40 women are diagnosed annually with cervical cancer; yet this disease remains an unmentionable topic, and the silence causes its continued spread, says Dr Vikash Chatrani. Chatrani told a Cancer Support Services lecture last night that when doctor visits, chemotherapy, surgery and radiation are added up, the estimated cost of treating those [...]

New secondary school on the way

New secondary school on the way

Work on a new secondary school is set to begin within the next 12 months while several existing ones will be demolished and rebuilt on…

Backing Colin

Backing Colin

He may not have a say either way on who succeeds him in St Peter. But incumbent representative Owen Arthur has revealed that tourism executive…

Arthur not joining the Dems

Arthur not joining the Dems

He is currently sitting alone as an Independent in the House of Assembly. And St Peter MP Owen Arthur says he was quite contented for…

DRUG LINK

DRUG LINK

Barbados’ murder toll has risen to 19 in eight months, a situation police are blaming on the illicit drug trade that continues to fuel execution-style…

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Cut it out!

Cut it out!

Vandalism of school properties is burdening the Ministry of Education and the Government’s pockets. Although he was unable…

MP calls on BWU to fight for Transport Board workers

Shadow Minister of Transport and Works, Dwight Sutherland, is calling on the Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU) to use…

Two men foil RBC robbery

Two men foil RBC robbery

One man remains in police detention following a foiled robbery at the RBC Royal Bank at University Drive…

Four Bajans for agrostudies in Guyana

Four young Barbadians will be winging their way to Guyana next month to pursue studies in agriculture, thanks…

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