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The Barbados National Oil Company says it is continuing efforts to bring a gas leak at the Woodbourne St Phillip site under control as soon as possible.
Air Traffic Controllers at the Grantley Adams International Airport remained off the job today as they continue to protest working conditions.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart warns that Barbados’ inclusion on a recent blacklist of the European Commission could impact the country’s reputation.

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