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Bajans Wake Up!

Submitted by Theo

Today I am deeply saddened, as a patriotic Barbadian, to read a Notice in today’s Sunday Sun Newspaper advising that the ABSOLUTELY EXCEPTIONAL, BROADWAY TO BARBADOS CHARITABLE TRUST… 764 more words

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Private Sector 'Signals' No Recovery Until After the General Election

Charles Herbert, Head of the BPSA

Dean Straker, Head of the SBA

Roseanne Myers, Head of the BHTA

There is a BU commenter whose oft-repeated refrain is that… 473 more words

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Public Forum Report Released

The report coming out of the Public Forum by a group led by Dr. Ronnie Yearwood and company in July 2017 (Shantal Munroe-Knight, Krystle Howell, Donna Every, Dr. 44 more words

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The Adrian Loveridge Column – How Will Displaced Tourism Workers Vote?

As someone who has spent most of their life in tourism it would be disingenuous not to dedicate this week’s column to all those persons surrendering their quality family time to ensure our cherished visitors receive the best possible holiday ever over the Christmas and New Year period. 476 more words

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A Grenville Phillips Column - Find Redemption Like Scrooge

Sometime during the Christmas season, I normally find myself watching a movie of Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’.  The story describes the reactions the selfish Ebenezer Scrooge to visits by ghosts of Christmas’ past, present and future on Christmas Eve.  569 more words

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Canadian Banks Looking Elsewhere to Sustain Profits|Can the Credit Unions Do the Job?

Two articles in the Canadian Globe and Mail newspaper caught the eye of those who are not fixated on navel gazing on the shitty affair ‘unfurling’ on the South Coast.  561 more words

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The Grenville Phillips Column - Fighting with Yourself

The closer we get to the date of the General Election, the more silly some politicians tend to behave.  Perhaps that is why it is called the silly season.  596 more words

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