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Open the coffers

Open the coffers

It is unacceptable that $37 million available for catastrophe relief is in the Consolidated Fund unused when Barbadians are in need of such assistance.

Cannot trick me

Cannot trick me

Symmonds: Amendments to relief fund ploy by gov’t on eve of elections

Small business wronged

Small business wronged

The biggest shame in Barbados is what is happening to small business. Identifying some of the contributions a Barbados Labour Party government had made to small business, Opposition Leader Owen Arthur disclosed that the headquarters on Fontabelle had been built by his party. Addressing a mass meeting at Sayes Court, Christ Church last night, Arthur […]

Bajans losing hope in DLP

Bajans losing hope in DLP

Barbados Labour Party candidate for Christ Church West Central, Margo Durant-Callender, has charged that hope has faded for many Barbadians.

Save our soul

Save our soul

Mottley: Election will highlight plight of Bajans

'Lowe has to go'

'Lowe has to go'

BLP candidate for Christ Church East, Wilfred Abrahams, has claimed that the DLP is trying to control the media.

Think fresh

Think fresh

minister boyce says innovate solutions are need to fight transport board situation

Minister of Transport and Works, John Boyce, believes that management at the Transport Board should continue to pursue innovative ways to reduce the current deficit

Kellman: Appreciate importance of passengers

Kellman: Appreciate importance of passengers

The way the Opposition Barbados Labour Party and international agencies address the issue of financial transfers worries a Government minister. Minister of Industry, Small Business and Rural Development Denis Kellman expressed this concern today while speaking in the House of Assembly on a resolution, which sought approval of Government’s guarantee of a $30 million National […]

Time to discuss way forward, says Clarke

Time to discuss way forward, says Clarke

While throwing his support behind the retention of the Transport Board, former Minister of Public Works Gline Clarke saw the need to discuss the way forward for that state entity. Clarke was speaking in the House of Assembly earlier today where Minister of Transport and Works John Boyce sought a Government guarantee of a $30 […]