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Reform needed to ensure there is justice for all

Reform needed to ensure there is justice for all

With general election fever, or at least its symptoms, slowly but surely gripping the Barbadian populace, we return once again to a contentious situation. We hope it will be addressed whenever either one of the two, three, or however many existing political parties there are, assumes the seat of power in Barbados. Lord Chief Justice […]

VENEZUELA – Tensions rise as 48-hour strike starts

VENEZUELA – Tensions rise as 48-hour strike starts

CARACAS – Opposition leaders in Venezuela have called on workers to stay at home on Wednesday and Thursday as part of a nationwide strike. It…

Thousands flee French wildfires

Thousands flee French wildfires

PARIS – Parts of the French Riviera were evacuated late Tuesday and into Wednesday as forest fires burned swathes of land and threatened thousands of…

TRINIDAD – Violence continues

TRINIDAD – Violence continues

PORT OF SPAIN – An employee from the Port-of-Spain General Hospital (PoSGH) and his father, a retiree who also worked at the hospital, were both…

Protect them!

Protect them!

The Chief Executive Officer of Supreme Counselling Services, Shawn Clarke, has suggested that it is time for Government to build a special facility catering to…

Heeding the lessons of history

Heeding the lessons of history

It was some 80 years ago on July 26, 1937 that social unrest erupted in Bridgetown. This unrest…

A solution to the population problem

A solution to the population problem

One of the great successes of the Barbados development model is its educational accomplishments among which is to…

Taxing the traveller’s dreams

Taxing the traveller’s dreams

What the Caribbean region needs is so simple: rapid, reliable mobility at reasonable rates. What makes it so…

Drink responsibly

Drink responsibly

With the 2017 Crop Over season now in full swing, a local psychiatrist is warning of the serious…

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