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Barbados has blocked a tanker carrying two crew members with Ebola-like symptoms from berthing at the Bridgetown Port. Minister of Tourism and International Transport Richard Sealy made the disclosure in Parliament this evening, as he insisted that the Ebola threat was not only a health matter but a national security issue. Although he did not [...]

Tighter controls

Despite recently signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with hoteliers to guarantee the purchase of local products, the Chief Executive Officer of the Barbados Agricultural…

Tourism bill passed

Tourism bill passed

Parliament tonight passed amendments to the Tourism Development Act that will allow all local hotels to benefit from concessions similar to those given to international…

So sad!

So sad!

Pro-Vice Chancellor and Principal Sir Hilary Beckles today said the Cave Hill Campus has fallen victim in its jubilee year to an “unprecedented tongue-lashing in…

Off mark

Off mark

Central Bank Governor Dr Delisle Worrell says Government’s much-maligned fiscal adjustment programme has achieved one of its most important objectives to date – that of…

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PSC defends police promotions

As controversy heats up over yesterday’s temporary promotions in the Royal Barbados Police Force, the Police Service Commission…

Men shot in Porters

Men shot in Porters

Police are investigating yet another shooting. In the most recent incident of gunplay last night, two young men…

In David’s name

In David’s name

Former groundsman and porter Bill Forde served under five principals at the Lodge School, never wavering in his…

Get involved in agriculture

Chief executive officer of the Barbados Agricultural Society (BAS) James Paul today commenced the first in a series…

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