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No quick fix to sewage problem, warns Estwick

Barbadians and visitors alike are being warned that they may have to stomach the recurring sewage stench along the south coast for a while longer. Minister of Water Resource Management Dr David Estwick issued the warning yesterday in response to persistent complaints from residents and business operators in the area that the sporadic problem of […]

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No quick fix to sewage problem, warns Estwick

Barbadians and visitors alike are being warned that they may have to stomach the recurring sewage stench along the south coast for a while longer. Minister of Water Resource Management Dr David Estwick issued the warning yesterday in response to persistent complaints from residents and business operators in the area that the sporadic problem of […]

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Is Barbados sidelining the youth?

Older Barbadians are hindering youth development by not stepping away from leadership positions and becoming guides to the next generation. The island’s education system is also not responding to evolving youth ambitions. These views emerged as the agreed opinions among most of the speakers at a recent YMCA forum where those present contemplated the means […]

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Is Barbados sidelining the youth?

Older Barbadians are hindering youth development by not stepping away from leadership positions and becoming guides to the next generation. The island’s education system is also not responding to evolving youth ambitions. These views emerged as the agreed opinions among most of the speakers at a recent YMCA forum where those present contemplated the means […]

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The question of parental access  

When the issue of access for fathers broke a few weeks ago, I was clear in my mind that I supported access and maintenance as the rights of the child. I have not moved from this position and I think a point of clarity is needed here. One of my greatest concerns about the way […]

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The question of parental access  

When the issue of access for fathers broke a few weeks ago, I was clear in my mind that I supported access and maintenance as the rights of the child. I have not moved from this position and I think a point of clarity is needed here. One of my greatest concerns about the way […]

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An imperialist-orchestrated coup  

 If indeed President Robert Mugabe has tendered a letter of resignation, as the Speaker of the Zimbabwe House of Assembly claims , then let us be honest enough to recognize and acknowledge that yet another African leader has been unlawfully overthrown in a military coup that was cheered on and encouraged by the Western (European) […]

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An imperialist-orchestrated coup  

 If indeed President Robert Mugabe has tendered a letter of resignation, as the Speaker of the Zimbabwe House of Assembly claims , then let us be honest enough to recognize and acknowledge that yet another African leader has been unlawfully overthrown in a military coup that was cheered on and encouraged by the Western (European) […]

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Maloney lands major Dominica contract

Local precast and construction firm Preconco Limited has been awarded a major contract by the government of Dominica to assist in the housing reconstruction effort in that storm-battered Eastern Caribbean island. The development comes two months after category five Hurricane Maria bore down on Roseau, leaving behind a mountain of devastation, including significant damage and […]

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Maloney lands major Dominica contract

Local precast and construction firm Preconco Limited has been awarded a major contract by the government of Dominica to assist in the housing reconstruction effort in that storm-battered Eastern Caribbean island. The development comes two months after category five Hurricane Maria bore down on Roseau, leaving behind a mountain of devastation, including significant damage and […]

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