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Tipping fee stays

Tipping fee stays

Government appears to be sticking to its guns on the controversial $25 tipping fee, despite recent protests by private garbage collectors. While the private haulers and movers have been anticipating a compromise on the fee, the Ministry of Environment and Drainage this evening, through a Government Information Service (GIS) release, issued a reminder that the […]

Abrahams: Blame CHIKV outbreak on Lowe

Abrahams: Blame CHIKV outbreak on Lowe

Opposition Senator Wilfred Abrahams has charged that a Sanitation Service Authority (SSA) decision to change maintenance contractors for its fleet of garbage trucks is behind…

Tone it down, says Mottley

Tone it down, says Mottley

Opposition Leader Mia Mottley has described a Government advertisement for the purchase of trucks and skip equipment as an act of intimidation against those in…

Small man faces abuse, says Marshall

Parliamentary representative for St Joseph, Dale Marshall, has expressed concern that post clearance audits being undertaken by the Customs Department can lead to abuse of…

More power

The amendments to the Customs Act will give the Comptroller of Customs a very clear and properly demarcated provision within the existing legislation to undertake…

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Low blow

Low blow

Describing the introduction of the tipping fee as a “low blow”, and another multimillion dollar tax grab after…

Not all ganja the same, says McCLean

Warning there were different types of marijuana and raising concern about its impact on the fertility of Barbadians,…

Take action!

At least one Government Senator believes that the majority of illegal drugs in Barbados are imported. Reverend David…

Blame it on the Bees, says Lowe

The Barbados Labour Party (BLP) has been blamed for the many issues currently facing the Psychiatric Hospital. Speaking…

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