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Lawyers back Appeals Court ruling on High Court judges

A landmark ruling by the Court of Appeal on the conduct of lower court justices has received the support of prominent attorneys-at-law. The judgment, which was handed down last Friday by the three-member panel of Justice William Chandler and Justices Kaye Goodridge and Margaret Reifer, ruled that it was the panel’s jurisdiction to hear an appeal brought against a High ...

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UPP ‘gearing up for 2023’

With political parties yet to get out of the starting blocks following the Barbados Labour Party’s (BLP) historic clean sweep of the 2018 polls, the United Progressive Party (UPP) is upping its readiness for the next elections. This afternoon, the three-year-old party unveiled three candidates to contest the constituencies of St Lucy, St George South and St George North. Ambrose ...

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Driving instructors want changes at Licensing Authority

Driving instructors in Barbados are concerned that a lack of transparency at the Barbados Licensing Authority has left too many loopholes in the system, opening it up to questionable practices. The instructors have raised questions about the lack of consistency in the way driving tests are executed and say the process has left them and their students feeling like victims ...

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Driving instructors want changes at Licensing Authority

Driving instructors in Barbados are concerned that a lack of transparency at the Barbados Licensing Authority has left too many loopholes in the system, opening it up to questionable practices. The instructors have raised questions about the lack of consistency in the way driving tests are executed and say the process has left them and their students feeling like victims ...

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Driving instructors want changes at Licensing Authority

Driving instructors in Barbados are concerned that a lack of transparency at the Barbados Licensing Authority has left too many loopholes in the system, opening it up to questionable practices. The instructors have raised questions about the lack of consistency in the way driving tests are executed and say the process has left them and their students feeling like victims ...

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Driving instructors want changes at Licensing Authority

Driving instructors in Barbados are concerned that a lack of transparency at the Barbados Licensing Authority has left too many loopholes in the system, opening it up to questionable practices. The instructors have raised questions about the lack of consistency in the way driving tests are executed and say the process has left them and their students feeling like victims ...

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Driving instructors want changes at Licensing Authority

Driving instructors in Barbados are concerned that a lack of transparency at the Barbados Licensing Authority has left too many loopholes in the system, opening it up to questionable practices. The instructors have raised questions about the lack of consistency in the way driving tests are executed and say the process has left them and their students feeling like victims ...

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Driving instructors want changes at Licensing Authority

Driving instructors in Barbados are concerned that a lack of transparency at the Barbados Licensing Authority has left too many loopholes in the system, opening it up to questionable practices. The instructors have raised questions about the lack of consistency in the way driving tests are executed and say the process has left them and their students feeling like victims ...

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Driving instructors want changes at Licensing Authority

Driving instructors in Barbados are concerned that a lack of transparency at the Barbados Licensing Authority has left too many loopholes in the system, opening it up to questionable practices. The instructors have raised questions about the lack of consistency in the way driving tests are executed and say the process has left them and their students feeling like victims ...

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Arthur’s advice

Former Prime Minister of Barbados Owen Arthur met today with the Opposition lawmakers in the House and Senate to advise them on the issues surrounding the Appropriation Bill as they prepare for Wednesday’s Budget Speech. But while repeatedly stressing that he is not planning to join the Opposition, the man Arthur once led in his Labour Party government from 1994 ...

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