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Learn from Barbados! – The Labour Spokesman

Learn from Barbados!The Labour SpokesmanThere are lessons to be learned from the Barbadian Government, Barbados cricket administration and the Barbados schools system. There are lessons to be learned from the Barbadians' approach to developing cric...

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Should high-profile officials use government jets for personal trips? – CBC.ca

CBC.caShould high-profile officials use government jets for personal trips?CBC.caAccording to La Presse, Jean and her family travelled to destinations including Jamaica, Mexico, Barbados and France on government-funded flights. When speaking to the Can...

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National netball team competing in Barbados tournament – Stabroek News

National netball team competing in Barbados tournamentStabroek NewsBy Stabroek staff | 0 Comments | Sports | Saturday, September 10, 2011 Some members of the national netball team prior to the team's departure for Barbados yesterday. Guyana's n...

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NHAC Chairman speaks out on HIV/AIDS – Barbados Advocate

Nation NewsNHAC Chairman speaks out on HIV/AIDSBarbados Advocate“I am sure that you are aware that there have been efforts that have been made to address HIV and AIDS here in Barbados in the past, by sensitising the general public, by the traditional...

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How ironic! – Barbados Advocate

How ironic!Barbados AdvocateLast month, a number of non-governmental organisations in Barbados met to protest the NATO bombardment and to protest the United States' and the United Kingdom's participation in the exercise. While most observers ca...

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As a Matter of Fact: They just do not have the answers – Barbados Advocate

As a Matter of Fact: They just do not have the answersBarbados AdvocateSeveral years ago, a former Cabinet Minister told his inner circle of friends that he had no interest in ever assuming the office of Prime Minister of Barbados. This was because, as...

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Revisit education funding strategy – Barbados Advocate

Revisit education funding strategyBarbados AdvocateThis is coming from Professor Frank Alleyne who spoke at the annual general meeting of the Barbados Economic Society under the theme “Financing Education in Barbados” at the Savannah Hotel recently...

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Katia expected to deliver severe weather to the UK, Europe – Caribbean360.com

The GuardianKatia expected to deliver severe weather to the UK, EuropeCaribbean360.comBRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Friday September 9, 2011 - Hurricane Katia is forecast to impact the UK and parts of Europe early next week according to the forecast from the N...

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Tropical Storm Maria threatens Leeward Islands – Caribbean360.com

msnbc.comTropical Storm Maria threatens Leeward IslandsCaribbean360.comBRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Friday September 9, 2011 – Heavy rains from Tropical Storm Maria are this morning affecting the Lesser Antilles as the storm begins to slow as it approaches ...

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Bridge the gap – Barbados Advocate

Bridge the gapBarbados AdvocateThe Government of Barbados has called on accounting bodies to play a more significant role in closing the economic divide between the commercial banking sector and the Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SME). In a recent...

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