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Police dispute adjourned until December 5

It is back to court on December 5 for parties seeking a resolution to the police promotions dispute. Lawyers representing 15 law enforcement officers and the Police Service Commission (PSC) went to the High Court today for a pre-trial hearing in the complaint brought against the PSC. The officers are claiming that the PSC, on [...]

Under threat

Longer living retired Barbadians are threatening the survival of country’s pension fund and there are fewer workers to replenish it, warned retired permanent secretary in…

S&P WORRY

S&P WORRY

The international ratings agency Standard & Poor’s says while positive improvements are being made, Barbados’ fiscal adjustment programme has not gone far enough. Reacting to…

Stop stalling!

With Government and CLICO’s judicial manager said to be close to signing off on a firm agreement, they are being told to stop stalling and…

BCCI suggests ways to avoid raising taxes

The Barbados Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) says it is “gravely concerned” about the pace of this country’s economic recovery, and it is extremely…

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WET THREAT

No one has control over rainfall. But in the context of the threat of dengue fever and Chikungunya…

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With the Freundel Stuart administration owing the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies in…

Man bailed after admitting to drug trafficking

A man who was arrested after 13 pounds of cannabis was found in a shipment he collected from…

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Pop to boost sector

Barbados’ cultural sector is expected to receive a boost from a new winter festival expected to start this…

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