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November 22, 2014 - Rain hits hard Rain has put early pressure on Barb ... +++ November 22, 2014 - Stuart going back after Canadian market Prime Minister Freundel Stuart beli ... +++ November 22, 2014 - Child abuse remains a serious worry Minister of Social Care, Constituen ... +++ November 22, 2014 - BWU reports progress in air traffic control talks Efforts are due to continue on Mond ... +++ November 22, 2014 - Calling Herbert The top brass of the Barbados Worke ... +++ November 22, 2014 - Wet blow Rain once again dealt title-holders ... +++ November 22, 2014 - Clash for semis The Villages at Coverley will be tr ... +++ November 22, 2014 - St Andrew family reeling after floods A near disaster was averted in St A ... +++ November 22, 2014 - Out of luck Cynthia Ifill broke down in tears, ... +++ November 22, 2014 - FLOG THEM! A new survey has found that Barbadi ... +++ webdesign
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Stuart going back after Canadian market

Stuart going back after Canadian market

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart believes Barbados must take back the Canadian tourism market. He expressed the view Wednesday evening at a reception at Ilaro Court for 33 Canadians on a ten-day visit organized by Betty Hope-Gittens, a Barbadian living in Canada. Stuart told the excited tourists, some here for the first time: “There was a time […]

Child abuse remains a serious worry

Minister of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Community Development Steve Blackett has reported that there were 1,045 cases of alleged child abuse that were referred…

BWU reports progress in air traffic control talks

Efforts are due to continue on Monday at 10 a.m. at the level of the Ministry of International Transport in a bid to resolve outstanding…

Calling Herbert

The top brass of the Barbados Workers Union (BWU) has called on the chairman of the Goddard Group of Companies (GGC) Charles Herbert to intervene…

St Andrew family reeling after floods

St Andrew family reeling after floods

A near disaster was averted in St Andrew this morning as heavy rainfall caused land slippage in Trio Path, endangering the life of four members…

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Out of luck

Out of luck

Cynthia Ifill broke down in tears, overcome by emotions as she spoke of struggling to cope since being…

FLOG THEM!

A new survey has found that Barbadians are against the banning of corporal punishment. However, more than half…

Water everywhere!

It rained cats and dogs across the island throughout the day leaving several communities severely flooded. Schools were…

Flood warning discontinued

Flood warning discontinued

A flood warning, which has been in effect for Barbados for most of today, was discontinued by the…

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