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Former England international dies

England manager Gareth Southgate says he is “stunned” by the death of former teammate Ugo Ehiogu. Former England defender Ehiogu died at the age of 44 Friday after suffering a cardiac arrest the previous day. Southgate and Ehiogu formed a centre-back pairing for almost ten years at Aston Villa and Middlesbrough, winning the League Cup together at […]

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Be like Barrow – Hewitt

Politicians must work in the interest of the people! This was the contention of Barbados’ High Commissioner to London Guy Hewitt as he delivered a lunchtime lecture on the topic, Singapore: Barbados’ Mirror Image, at the ruling Democratic Labour Party’s George Street, St Michael headquarters earlier Friday.       While acknowledging that Singapore’s system […]

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Major energy shift – Barbados Today


Barbados Today

Major energy shift
Barbados Today
If Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler were to follow to a 't' the advice that has been given to him by the recently appointed Fiscal Deficit Committee of the Social Partnership, Government would not only be selling off the Barbados National Terminal ...

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Barbados safest in region – Nation News

Nation NewsBarbados safest in regionNation NewsBARBADOS HAS BEEN ranked as the safest destination in the Caribbean by the World Economic Forum in the Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2017. Related articles. Barbados loses ground · Bar...

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QEH receives US$200000 in equipment from China – Loop Barbados

Loop BarbadosQEH receives US$200000 in equipment from ChinaLoop BarbadosChinese Ambassador to Barbados, Wang Ke, made the presentation earlier today at QEH, during the official hand-over ceremony for two Anaesthetic machines, one Ultrasound machine and...

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A violence control plan

There has been, for the past few years, justifiable concern at the senseless violence plaguing our society. Alas, too much of the discussion on this issue has focused on the problem, and few persons have bothered to propose workable solutions. I wish, in this article, to offer my three cents worth of suggestions on what […]

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A violence control plan

There has been, for the past few years, justifiable concern at the senseless violence plaguing our society. Alas, too much of the discussion on this issue has focused on the problem, and few persons have bothered to propose workable solutions. I wish, in this article, to offer my three cents worth of suggestions on what […]

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Consumers still at a disadvantage

Barbados Today reports that for 2016, there were 766 complaints to the Fair Trading Commission in respect of breaches of the Consumer Guarantees Act (of which five have been resolved) and 2555 queries as it relates to matters outlined in the Consumer Protection Act. The majority of the complaints were against the utility companies. Interestingly, […]

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Consumers still at a disadvantage

Barbados Today reports that for 2016, there were 766 complaints to the Fair Trading Commission in respect of breaches of the Consumer Guarantees Act (of which five have been resolved) and 2555 queries as it relates to matters outlined in the Consumer Protection Act. The majority of the complaints were against the utility companies. Interestingly, […]

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Barbados loses ground – Nation News

Nation NewsBarbados loses groundNation NewsWhile there were few Caribbean islands ranked, Barbados emerged ahead of the next highest, Jamaica, which improved on its ranking, moving from 76 to 69 between the last two reports. Trinidad and Tobago regress...

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