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Wake-up call

Wake-up call

With tensions rising in Korea, the world gets a timely security lesson On Day 2 our international media tour of South Korea, tensions heightened somewhat on the peninsula shared with North Korea, although it was hard to tell. On a day when South Korea reportedly shot down a North Korean drone, the eyes of the […]

Seoul Searching

Seoul Searching

Barbados TODAY’s Kaymar Jordan is in Seoul, Korea this week at the invitation of the Korean Foundation, as one of its Distinguished Guests in Media. The…

Dangerous road!

Dangerous road!

Ahead of the May 30 National Budget presentation, the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) has sounded a stern warning to Government that the island’s…

Higher tuition

Higher tuition

Students at the Cave Hill campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) will have to dig deeper into their pockets to pay for…

BRA warns of false cheques

BRA warns of false cheques

 Business entities, financial institutions and members of the public are asked to be extra vigilant in relation to the surfacing of counterfeit cheques.  This warning comes…

Arthur not surprised by Worrell’s IMF call

Arthur not surprised by Worrell’s IMF call

Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur is not surprised that the recently fired Central Bank Governor Dr DeLisle Worrell…

‘Without delay’

‘Without delay’

He was recently fired from the helm of this country’s monetary authority. But that has not stopped former…

No ease

No ease

Proclaiming that there was no such thing as simple in Barbados anymore, prominent businessman Ralph Bizzy Williams Tuesday joined…

NUPW left out of economic consultations

NUPW left out of economic consultations

The island’s largest public sector union Monday accused Prime Minister Freundel Stuart of treating it with “scant respect”. The…

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