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Mottley mum

As shareholder governments struggle to come up with a viable solution to keep island-hopping LIAT in the skies, Prime Minister Mia Mottley is remaining tight-lipped on the talks while a fellow shareholder suggests Barbados wants to offload its majority stake. Mottley stopped short of saying whether Government would dispose of its 49 per cent interest in the cash-strapped carrier, declaring ...

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Mottley mum

As shareholder governments struggle to come up with a viable solution to keep island-hopping LIAT in the skies, Prime Minister Mia Mottley is remaining tight-lipped on the talks while a fellow shareholder suggests Barbados wants to offload its majority stake. Mottley stopped short of saying whether Government would dispose of its 49 per cent interest in the cash-strapped carrier, declaring ...

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Slow poison

Workers at Barbados Statistical Service (BSS) declared today that an ongoing environmental issue has been slowly poisoning them at their Baobab Tower office for the past seven months. Some workers have told Barbados TODAY they were developing some conditions they believe are associated with the sick building. The workers have complained that little or nothing is being done to alleviate ...

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Slow poison

Workers at Barbados Statistical Service (BSS) declared today that an ongoing environmental issue has been slowly poisoning them at their Baobab Tower office for the past seven months. Some workers have told Barbados TODAY they were developing some conditions they believe are associated with the sick building. The workers have complained that little or nothing is being done to alleviate ...

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Slow poison

Workers at Barbados Statistical Service (BSS) declared today that an ongoing environmental issue has been slowly poisoning them at their Baobab Tower office for the past seven months. Some workers have told Barbados TODAY they were developing some conditions they believe are associated with the sick building. The workers have complained that little or nothing is being done to alleviate ...

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‘Deposit insurance for credit unions’

Government senator today called on the Financial Services Commission (FSC) to extend deposit insurance protection to credit unions. Senator Lynette Holder was speaking as the Upper House  debated changes to the Financial Services Commission Act, amid a raft of proposed legislation: the Charities Bill, the Companies Amendment Bill, the Corporate Trust Service Providers Bill, and the Money Laundering and Finance ...

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‘Deposit insurance for credit unions’

Government senator today called on the Financial Services Commission (FSC) to extend deposit insurance protection to credit unions. Senator Lynette Holder was speaking as the Upper House  debated changes to the Financial Services Commission Act, amid a raft of proposed legislation: the Charities Bill, the Companies Amendment Bill, the Corporate Trust Service Providers Bill, and the Money Laundering and Finance ...

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‘Deposit insurance for credit unions’

Government senator today called on the Financial Services Commission (FSC) to extend deposit insurance protection to credit unions. Senator Lynette Holder was speaking as the Upper House  debated changes to the Financial Services Commission Act, amid a raft of proposed legislation: the Charities Bill, the Companies Amendment Bill, the Corporate Trust Service Providers Bill, and the Money Laundering and Finance ...

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Green light

The Senate voted today to grant compensation to 84 former workers at the Ministry of Transport, Works and Maintenance (MTW), seven months after their dismissal last October. But as members of the Upper Chamber gave the greenlight they chided the public service for lacking clarity and efficiency when it came to compensating retrenched workers. Senator Toni Moore, General Secretary of ...

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Green light

The Senate voted today to grant compensation to 84 former workers at the Ministry of Transport, Works and Maintenance (MTW), seven months after their dismissal last October. But as members of the Upper Chamber gave the greenlight they chided the public service for lacking clarity and efficiency when it came to compensating retrenched workers. Senator Toni Moore, General Secretary of ...

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