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Bees of steel

Bees of steel

Barbados Labour Party candidate for the City, Jeffrey Bostic, has argued that great leaders emerged when conditions were bad in a country.

No mock-sport

No mock-sport

A re-elected Democratic Labour Party will not be making sport with sports.

Ease coming

Ease coming

Owen Arthur says Bajans can look forward to tax relief if BLP is elected

Dems did good, says husbands

All Barbadians have to do is observe what is happening in neighbouring Caribbean islands and they will realise the good job their Democratic Labour Party Government has done.

Days of neglect over

Days of neglect over

The people of St. James North have been assured that “the days of neglect” were over.

Going through the process

A rundown of the nomination procedure

by Latoya Burnham

For some candidates, yesterday was a day of firsts, for others, who were old hands at the nomination process, it was smooth transition from being the person all knew was running for a part

Nothing like the Bees

blp all about figures, while dlp focusses on human welfare,

says pm

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart last night told a massive crowd at Passage Road, St. Michael that there were fundamental differences between the Democratic Labour Party and the B

Party mood

thousands enjoy themselves

at dlp capaign launch event

It was a carnival type atmosphere last night in Passage Road in St. Michael.

The occasion was the Democratic Labour Party’s official launch of its general elections campaign with an elabora

A promise to protect interests

A promise to protect interests

Barbados Labour Party candidate for St. Michael North West, Gregory Nicholls, has charged that his vehicle has been vandalised by unknown persons in the constituency.