BARBADOS TODAY MORNING UPDATE – November 17, 2014

The Fair Trading Commission warned of major consequences if it does not act immediately to stop Cable and Wireless’ acquisition of FLOW from proceeding.

A Ministry of Environment official gives notice that Barbados is in danger of running out of sand.

A former magistrate tells authorities to tread carefully on proposed domestic abuse protocol.

..and more in the morning update.

2 Responses to BARBADOS TODAY MORNING UPDATE – November 17, 2014

  1. jr smith November 17, 2014 at 8:51 am

    stop back peddling, make domestic and spousal abuse a criminal offence, what’s so hard about that.
    Was so easy for gay marriage.

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  2. jr smith November 17, 2014 at 8:57 am

    CW take over ,this is cartel stuff, much deeper , not that simple ,this is , PCC.

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